• How Would You Define Database Concepts?

    I am recruiting for a DBA for an ecommerce company and so far every candidate I have submitted to the HM has been rejected as they "do not understand database concepts". Circling round to the rejected candidates they all comment the HM is asking programming questions yet when I ask the HM and...

    tekhunter5 pointsBadges:
  • Should I use SQLite or Shared Preferences for data storage?

    For storage purposes, does anyone think there's more of an advantage using SQLite over Shared Preferences? My application data is currently small right now but it might rise quickly over the next few months. Is there any differences in speed between the two? In your honest opinion, which option...

    ITKE351,300 pointsBadges:
  • Eternus DX60 – Failing NL-SAS disks

    Hi, We are currently using a Fujitsu Eternus DX60 with NL-SAS disks as storage for our virtual machines. During the last 18 month 8 out of 12 disks had to be replaced because the system claimed them to be failing. Fujitsu Support told me that this is totally normal. Since our support contract...

    TimoWille15 pointsBadges:
  • How can I determine by database size in MySQL?

    Does anyone know if there's a specific query or function that can determine the size of my database in MySQL? If there isn't one, what's the best way to go about it? I tried this and it came up with 474989023196466.25 MB (even though I know the database is 400 MB). SELECT...

    ITKE351,300 pointsBadges:
  • Database structure and application outsource protocol

    When an application has been outsourced, Don't the software developer need to share the database structure with the client prior to development

    Bobharis5 pointsBadges:
  • Creating a new database using an MDF file

    My database saves as MDF. I want to know what are the steps to restore or create a new database using a MDF file? I tried to restore as usual but it shows an error. Please help.

    Thrstorm5 pointsBadges:
  • Qmf for Windows 8.1 fp18 – date datatype from db2 z/os 8 format error in excel 2003

    When I import a DB2 z/OS query result  containing date or date(timestamp) columns from QMF for WINDOWS in EXCEL 2003 using the Add-in the cells cannot be formatted. In the same column the date are displayed sometimes as dd/mm/yyyy, sometimes as nnnnn or in the previously defined format (example...

    Erredi5 pointsBadges:
  • Problems with printing in FoxPro 2.6 for DOS

    I have a foxpro program it is ok but when i try to print it will show error that your printer is not ready. Anybody have .dbf printing file??

    faizanumrani5 pointsBadges:
  • Microsoft Access: ACCDE and ACCDB

    what does the word ACCDE and ACCDB stand for?

    Humphrey25 pointsBadges:
  • Determining the Crystal Report XI database at run time

    How can I determine the database being used in a Crystal XI report when it is passed from a report viewer at run time?

    wrelder5 pointsBadges:
  • What’s the best network connection?

    Hello! I have and old client-server application written in Visual Basic 6. My database is MySQL 4.0. It has 10 concurrent clients under the same LAN. I need to make a new android application to run on tablets. The new app must connect via Mobile Internet to my old client-server application (or...

    Vfafou10 pointsBadges:
  • Retrieving ‘MyFolder’ contents of a deleted user from Access Manager

    Hi Cognos experts out there! I have deleted a user's cognos account unknowingly from the Access Manager. Now i have created a new account for him, but lost all the contents of his 'MyFolder'. Could you please suggest me a way to retrieve those contents?

    Seshasayee5 pointsBadges:
  • Open IT Forum: What do you want to see from IT Knowledge Exchange in 2012?

    We asked what your goals are for late 2011 and early 2012, but now we want to know what you hope to see from the IT Knowledge Exchange community. If there's a functionality you would like to see, or a topic you want to know more about, let us know in the discussion section! Don't be afraid to get...

    MelanieYarbrough6,345 pointsBadges:
  • Equations in Microsoft Access

    I have a database that contains species, height and diameter for 1000's of trees. I need to create a query that calculates the volume of each tree using a different and complicated equation for each species (there are approximately 8 different equations to use). I thought about writing a...

    richalds5 pointsBadges:
  • Sending email through database: Query isn’t working

    I'm sending email through database, but when I run a query it's not allowing me to get all records.

    nitinshendge20 pointsBadges:
  • What’s the importance of a data model?

    Can someone tell me the importance of data modeling?

    franco55 pointsBadges:
  • “Inventory Log Message” OILM error (ODBC-2035)

    we often encounter ' this entry already exists in the following tables " Inventory Log Message" 'OILM' (ODBC-2035) Message 131-183

    lorielynpechardo775 pointsBadges:
  • Hotel database in Access 2007

    How do I create a Hotel database in Access 2007?

    Reginaldsackey10 pointsBadges:
  • Hotspot button – reply with mail history

    Hi, I would like to have a hotspot button in email which will send a reply back to designated email address (not sender) with email history will give me @prompt after sending the email. I came up with something like this.. but this just sends email and not replies to the email. tmpMsg...

    Ashshadow120 pointsBadges:
  • How to read HTML in Lotus Notes inbox messages in VBA

    Can anyone show me how to get html from Notes inbox messages in VBA? I am using Access VBA to send notes email messages.  The message is a form I'm asking the recipient to fill out and return.  The message contains html with <select> and <input> elements.  The replies come back and...

    JoeLilly5 pointsBadges:

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