• Oracle to SQL Server Migration – User Defined data types

    Oracle database has two user defined types as the following: CREATE OR REPLACE type arrayType1 is table of int CREATE OR REPLACE type arrayType2 is table of varchar2(255) How do we represent these in SQL Server 2005?!! (Note: Microsoft SSMA fails to migrate these) Thanks

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  • how to get database name?

    hi i am using th sql statement "SELECT * FROM MASTER..SYSDATABASES" but i want for perticular username and password

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  • ACL Problem

    Dear All One of my Usere required Access to ASRAC Mailfile, I have added users name in ASRAC ACL as Person & Manager. User can Open database, Create new mails,reply mails but not able to Forward any mails. It shows error "you are not authorise to access this Database"

  • Partitioning Tables

    I have two tables taht are exactly the same (indexes fields etc) but in different schemas. The one is partitioned, and the other one is not.. Both tables have about 1000000 records. The partition table has 5 partitions with the follwing number of data per partition: P1 : 0 P2 : 271697 P3 : 1200172...

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  • Using the BLOB datatype

    IT HAS BEEN CLEARED THAT TO INSERT THE IMAGES INTO ORACLE DATABASE, A COLUMN WITH DATATYPE BLOB HAS TO BE CREATED IN THE TABLE, PLEASE TELL ME HOW TO INSERT AND RETRIEVE THE IMAGE INTO AND FROM THE DATABASE RESPECTIVELY. THANKS, SIMRAN.

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  • Switch/Case statment in access

    how i can use Switch/Case Satatment in Mic. Access 2003, am working on database as follow: Field Name: Directions in this field i need to write codes like: TAm Field Name: Translation here i need to read TAm as T=Take, Am= Morning. the problem i have more than 200 codes, which they have to be...

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  • Oracle to SQL Server Migration – CURSOR type conversion

    When I migrated a small database from Oracle to SQL Server using Microsoft SSMA, it converted CURSOR types to varchar(8000) **SSMA Warning** O2SS0259:CURSOR type was converted to varchar(8000) ** Do we just leave this as is or does it require attention. Thanks.

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  • How to copy selected documents to other database

    Hi, I have a view where people can choose documents. Users must have the option to copy the selected documents to an other database located at the same server. My problem is how can i get the selected documents copied to the other database. But users gets an inputbox for filing in a date these date...

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  • SQL Integration with Oracle10g

    have created a link between our Oracle DB and SQL server db it was succussfulty created and i was able to select data from oracle table using SQLServer. then i have created a view in sqlserver using this link to read from Oracle, the view was created create view dah_test as ( SELECT count(*) as...

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  • What’s the best way to import an Oracle database?

    I have two databases in two different computers, but my databases are the same name, service and password. I recently updated the structure of one and backed it up using exp full=n file=*** and log=*** etc. I now want to imp this backup to the second machine so as to avoid repetitive work. Each...

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  • Export parameters TABLESPACES, TRANSPORT_TABLESPACE in Oracle 9i

    Do we need to set the parameters TABLESPACES, TRANSPORT_TABLESPACE to export table spaces and transportable table spaces meta data even when the parameter FULL = y. Please suggest me what to do for this case.

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  • autobackup

    How do you enable the autobackup for the controlfile using RMAN

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  • Database Project Definiton

    A corporation has decided to move its production data off the OS 390 platform to a windows platform running the windows data center operating system. *There are 18 terabytes of data of mission critical data that needs to be available 24 hrs a day. *Because of the size of the customer database they...

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  • Setting isolation levels with hibernate and DB2/AS400

    I am using hibernate with DB2/AS400. When I set any isoltion level other than '0' in the hibernate.cfg.xml and try to insert/update data in the table on DB2/AS400, The Exception '' could not update :" occurs. Update is succesful for isolation level 0. Please guide how this can be solved. Following...

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  • Problem deleting an object(form) in Access 2000

    When I try to delete a form that is visible in the object list a message 'could not find the object' is being returned. I have tried compact/repair and decompile on the database to no avail. Any ideas....

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  • Problems with the SQL query function

    I am designing a website, and I’m having a problem with the SQL query function. My table looks like this: Table Structure Ref_ID Mem_ID 1001 1002 1001 1003 1001 1004 1002 1005 1003 1006 1003 1007 1003 1008 When I try the command “select * from table where ref_id='1001',” it returns 1002, 1003...

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  • inserting

    from front end we will get 20 records at a time.how can we insert them into a table .

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  • Why sqlcode error=100 comes ?

    sqlcode error=100 comes. The required fields are being populated in table. Still why i am getting this error ?

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  • Access database management

    Hi guys I am managing a database and need to know if there is away of moving 'completed' records into another database but keep them linked. Senario is: We have records of pieces of work coming into the office and which take about amonth to complete the cycle. My query is instead of having this...

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  • processing biometric data

    can biometric data be incorporated into desktop or stand-alone applications like ms excel and ms access?

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