• A copy tool??

    Hello to all, I am a COBOL programmer working for a life assurance company which uses a life assurance package developed on the iSeries. I have been tasked with looking into whether it is possible for us to copy a 'contract/policy' from our live environment to a development/test environment. This...

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  • Reg. POP3 Service….

    Hii Everybody, I have installed Active dir. with win server 2003 and Exchange server, in my home PC for practice purpose using loopback adaptor.... My problem is that using microsoft webmail i am able to send and receive the mails, but using Outlook express i can not..... i checked POP3 and SMTP...

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  • Fixing violation errors found with CHKOBJITG

    I have just begun running the command to check object itegrity on my system. I have encountered 2 basic errors - BADSIG & ALTERED. Can you please explain how I now correct these errors? The objects are basic IBM supplied code (i.e. ADDTCPLNK in QTCP library). I have no idea how these objects were...

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  • Terminal server installed on a WIndows 2000 DC – GPO question

    I have a Windows 2000 Domain controller with Terminal Server installed on it. I understand that running TS on a DC is not recommended, but I have to use what I have available. My question is how do I lockdown a user with a GPO when they log on remotely and not when they log in over the LAN. I would...

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  • Virus scanning the iSeries IFS

    Do you know of any products that will allow me to scan my IFS for viruses? If so, are you using the product(s) and are you satisfied with their performance? THANKS! for your help.

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  • File size for DB2/iSeries

    When CREATE TABLE (PRIMARY KEY) is executed and before loading rows, the sizes related to the files are: DSPFD Data space size in bytes . . . . : 24576 Access path size . . . . . . . . : 139264 Total of member sizes . . . . . . : 163840 DSPOBJD Size . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . : 188416 Why are...

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  • IMS conversational transactions

    I am looking into IBM's IMS SOAP Gateway to expose our IMS transactions as Web Services. 98% of our IMS transactions are conversational. I am looking for possible ways of exposing them as SOAP/Web services without acquiring WebSphere or IMS Connect for Java on the Mainframe

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  • List of Values in a SP Parameter

    I need to pass a List of Values parameter from a Crystal Report to a Store Procedure. 1) How do I define the Parm? and 2) How do I code the WHERE clause? Example: Result Sets 1 Language SQL Begin Declare C1 Cursor with Return For Select * From Table1 WHERE Field1 in('Value1', 'Value2','Value3',...

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  • adding partition to existing non-partitioned table

    Hello all! I have a tables without partitions and I now want to partition it. How do I go about this? I tired alter table ... add partition... but it errors with "ORA-14501: object is not partitioned " So I tried to re-create the table with partitions: create table quote_header_test as select *...

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  • Database Implementation

    What is the best practice for implementation of a new Database software package (I.E. creating teams, or work with a Committee) My boss would like me to learn everyones job, is this really necessary to implement a new Database package...

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  • Limiting User rights to SQL Server from Web Service

    Hi folks I am in the early days of developing an app that has (I think) some unusual security requirements. It will be deployed eventually on an intranet. As an example, please see the following: There is a Clients table that everybody has access to. this will have the usual fields such as ID,...

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  • Oracle Sql Tuning

    Hi everybody. I need some help with Sql Tuning. I have a query that returns information from many tables (let's say 5 for the example). 2 of that tables are big tables (20 million rows each one). I usually write 'where' clauses putting first the join conditions and after them, the table specific...

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  • In VPN Which protocol to be used……??

    Hiiiii everybody..... I am Bala new member of this group I have got one small querry regarding VPN, in my organization i am trying to implement VPN for the remote access, in the bangalore office i wanted to install concentrator Cisco 3015 and in the bombay and pune office i wanted to configure VPN...

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  • Syncronize DB2 email dist list with Lotus Domino v6.5

    A quick question that has us stumped here. Currently we maintian our email distribution lists in DB2 on our iSeries (810), running OS400 v5r2. We syncronize the dist lists with our Domino server (v5) using a migration tool Lotus provided. We are planning to update Domino to v6r5, and our iSeries OS...

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  • Microsoft Access Query Questions

    I have created a MS Access database and am experiencing two issues: 1) I need to create a query that displays results of specific records that have been created (this criteria is based on a date column) during three separate timeframes: a) The previous seven days. b) The previous month. c) The...

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  • Permissions problem in Windows NT 4.0 Server

    Hi, My file server is WinNT 4.0. In my network I have Windows 98, 2000, Xp as clients. My problem is, I have one folder named 'Project' on my file server. Team Members(TM) have only update access rights, Team leaders(TL) have 'Change' rights. When TM is accessing and updating from Windows 2000 or...

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  • Exam question Antivirus – VPN – related

    Hi I would like to offer a sincere thank you for reading this far. Im in deep trouble and need to answer a theory question for a presentation and would really appreciate any thoughts you can offer me. I only have the below information to go on and need to explain and present a soultion for the...

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  • Oracle boolean data type questions

    Greetings, Since Oracle Table structures do not support a boolean data type, there is a choice (Make it a varchar2(1) or Number(1)), with contents of 0,1 or Y,N The questions I have are: 1) From a comparison perspective, which provides better performance? Comparison of a number (1,0) or string...

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  • AMD vs. Intel: Data Warehouse Servers and Consolidated Database Servers …

    Hello everyone, Hope all is well ... Any help, opinions, direction to whitepapers, benchmarch reports, overkill/underkill comments, and the like would be greatly appreciated: We are in the process of spec'ing out hardware needs for our targeted new data warehouse and new consolidated database...

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  • Selecting and inserting library names

    Jeremy wrote in with this question recently: "Within an /exec SQL statement, I want to select from a file in one library and insert into the same file in a second. How should I refer to the library names? The editor rejects my attempts to refer to the libraries as host variables as per the...

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