• Loading image into MySQL database from Excel file

    I have an excel file that contains an image in the first col. When I save it to an csv format, the excel program creates two images ( 1 small, 1 large) for each line in the excel file. How do I load both the file data and the large image into my mysql database?

    Wlm49hv5 pointsBadges:
  • DSNTEP2 output problem

    DSNTEP2 (aka SPUFI in batch) is causing problems for my extract JCL. How do you get rid of the SPUFI-like column headers from the output datafile produced by DSNTEP2? I don't have ANY experience with REXX, so an example would be appreciated. Jon

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  • oracle forms 6i, export, import

    I am a SAN architect. Our test Oracle 6i forms import exports fail intermittently and tables that should fill in 30 – 45 mins run for over 10 hrs without completing. Refreshing the tablespace seems to be the only way to clean this up. For me this is an egregious way of handling the import export...

    Bwright5 pointsBadges:
  • Free IT Book: Governing Shared Services On-Premise and in the Cloud

    This week's free IT book is from Prentice Hall: SOA Governance: Governing Shared Services On-Premise and in the Cloud. From the publishers: "[This book] is the result of a multi-year project to collect proven industry practices for establishing IT governance controls specific to the adoption of SOA...

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  • AS400 – ORACLE JDBC

    Can we take an RPG program that reads a DB2/400 database table and without modifying its code change it to point to the “same” table in an Oracle database using JDBC?

    Kevin4005 pointsBadges:
  • Access Oracle/Sybase/Informix from RPG

    Hi, I would like to access Oracle/Sybase/Informix directly from within an RPG program. This is something similar to ODBC but in reverse - my data source is external to the iSeries and my application and APIs, or called routines, internal in the iSeries. The access to the external database should:...

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  • Access 2007: VB code to make a button press link to a specific record in another form

    The database is for a set of components. One of my forms shows details about each component on a separate record (the property "Default View" is Single Form). The other form is a list of all components by component number displayed all together (the property "Default View" is Continuous Forms). The...

    VinDibo5 pointsBadges:
  • join logical file

    can you do update operation on join logical file

    Spandanaacha5 pointsBadges:
  • AS400 File Transfer using RUMBA Office V 7.3.0

    We use RUMBA Office V 7.3.0 for AS/400 Display. We would like to restrict certain users from using the RUMBA AS/400 to PC File Transfer. Is there a way we can do this from the 400? The only reason that I ask is that we are a corporation and have more than 70 AS/400's. A user can use a sign on with...

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  • DYNSLT (Dynamic Select Concept)

    Hello All, This question is regarding the dynamic selection concept in DB2/400. As we know we can create a LF with our without the DYNSLT keyword. The question is what is the difference in using LF with and without DYNSLT? What should I prefer if my PF handles millions of records? Thanks in advance

    BibinG20 pointsBadges:
  • MS-Access data inserted in to Oracle 11g CLOB

    I have an old MS-Access database storing data in bullet point format. I need to transfer this data across to an Oracle 11g EE database version at the same time maintain the MS-Access formatting.  How do I go about this?

    Sgafair5 pointsBadges:
  • How to call trigger stored in database using Oracle Forms

    how to call trigger stored in database using oracle forms

    RoseForHeba5 pointsBadges:
  • Return nth record

    I have a db where I can not change any data type (they are all text). I want to retrieve every 237th record.

    Clockwatcher25 pointsBadges:
  • Change order of timestamps

    I'm doing legal research on a case; If some files's timestsmps were changed, could the files be put in chronological order with existing files on the harddrive? (so these new files would look older)

    Greenpolarbear5 pointsBadges:
  • Failed Import Table

    Is there a way that I can return different fields into the failed Import Table instead of "Error Field and Row?"

    Kilo88stone5 pointsBadges:
  • Tempdb Size increases and acquires the complete disk space

    The issue goes as follows, Tempdb size generally remains around 3GB. One day it starts increasing and acquires the whole of the empty disk space of 29 GB within 15 hours. How can we avoid such kind of situations from happening in future? Any specific reason for such thing to happen? Also the .LDF...

    Manuni5 pointsBadges:
  • Access Point

    I have 2 routers, how can i do an access point?

    Mpineda5 pointsBadges:
  • Slow boot-up in win xp home edition

    My notebook(40gb HDD, 256mb RAM)with win xp home edition has become dramatically slow in last 1-2 months. It takes more than 5 minutes to boot even after I removed everything from startup group using msconfig. The initial screen (win XP home) stays atleast 2-3minutes. How can I manage this? Is...

    BinooDas123410 pointsBadges:
  • reusedlt *yes

    Hi, Has reusedlt *yes behavior changed with V5R3? When I add a record to a PF that is reusedlt *yes in V5R2 is uses a record that has been deleted, however when i do the same thing on a V5R3 system it adds a new record rather than re-use one. Anyone run into this before? Thanks, Luis

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  • I have a table unload query, which is of length 33, But I need the output file length 80, which means 47 bytes extra..

    I have a table unload query, which is of length 33, But I need the output file length 80, which means 47 bytes extra..

    SujaGiscard5 pointsBadges:

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