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  • Iseries Queries.

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  • How to check the existence of a Column in SQL Server 2000?

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  • inventory

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  • Microsoft Access 2007 Data Input & Report

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  • What should our next contest be on ITKnowledgeExchange.com?

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  • DB2 SQL Confusion

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  • Export Access to Outlook

    Is there a simple way to export an Access Database to Outlook? There seems to be an export to Lotus 123 but not one for Outlook, am I missing something?

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  • Slow JDBC DB2 Connection

    Hello, Having an issue with a new server we are setting up. The server is Linux RHE 4, running DB2 8.1 and Domino 7.03. Our DB2 databases reside an a separate dedicated DB2 server and are cataloged on our new server. Connections to these databases are working fine using SQL tools and from the...

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  • AS/400 definitions and Password Change Century

    AS400 is new to me and i realy need help... I have 4 questions :) 1. What is the meaning when i see '1' on the column of 'Password Change Century'? 2. How can i see if ODBC is in use in AS400 and if it is in use, how can i see relevant definitions. 3. How can i see if DDM is in use in AS400 and if...

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  • Look at query results & pass a value to form in ACCESS 2003

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  • Crystal Reports can’t connect to Access 2007

    We have just upgraded from Access 2003 to Access 2007 and CR-XI can not see the dB's. I think it is the new file extensions with Access 2007. Anyone know how I can connect and see the dB's.

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  • AS400/iSeries Queries on a schedule

    I have several queries that I run daily manually, I will like to know step by step how can I have my queries to run on a schedule using the SBMSCHJOB command, then I will like to export them to Excel or Access.

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  • Code to upload CSV file to AS400

    I am looking for code to convert .CSV file to AS400 automatically. I need to automate this feature. Thanks in advance.

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  • Clustering

    I am using Oracle 10g on Windows I would like create clustes for faster reterival. How can I create it(syntax) can you help me with an example. How does it effect the performance

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  • Setting run priority on prestart jobs

    We have several applications that query the iSeries through ODBC, so they all use the prestart job QZDAINIT. Is there a way to change the run priority on these jobs so that one application's queries can have a higher priority than another application's queries? Since each application's queries...

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  • Access Database – Colorize one word or letter

    How do I colorize one character in a field in a table? I want the letter "O" to be in red for one customer and blue for another customer in the same column but different rows.

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  • Reporting problem when dates contain zeros in the same field

    Using AcuODBC and creating simple lists involving dates, ie, termination date in an employee file. When I select only records that (in this case) do NOT have a valid date in the TERM-DAT I select no records at all. The data is a signed decimal 8 characters with a valid sign. Crystal seems to not...

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  • Database connectivity using ActiveX control

    Provide a sample code to how by using VB 6.0 connectivity can be done by ActiveX(ADO) Control tool with the database SQL Server 2000

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  • Database connectivity using Data Control

    Provide a sample code to how by using VB 6.0 connectivity can be done by Daat Control tool with the database SQL Server 2000

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