• Is it possible to replace a string in a SQL Server table?

    We have a SQL Server table which references different paths (UNC or otherwise) but we've just found out that the path is going to change. In our path column, we have many records and we need to change a portion of the path (not the entire thing). We also have to change the string to the new one as...

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  • auto send e-mail

    How does one auto send e-mail from access

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  • Storing GPS coordinates in a MySQL database

    We have a MySQL database that carries both longitude and latitude (GPS data). Here's how it's stored: column type ------------------------ geolat decimal(10,6) geolng decimal(10,6) Here's our question: Do we really need a data type that's large as "decimal(10.6)" to properly store the data?

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  • How to connect and query C# records to a database

    I have a set of records in C# and I need a way to connect and query them to a database. How can this be done? Thanks!

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  • How can I my MySQL database file working?

    I was recently given a MySQL database file and now I need to restore it as a database on Windows Server 2008. I've been trying to use MySQL Administrator but I keep getting this error: The selected file was generated by mysqldump and cannot be restored by this application. What should I do to get...

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  • Can we have multiple primary keys in a single table on a SQL Server database?

    For our database, is it possible for us to have multiple keys in a single table? We're using an SQL Server database.

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  • Visual Basic 2012 time format for label link to database

    I am new to programming and i was trying to figure out how to display a label i have as 12 hour format from the current 24 hour format. currently the label pulls the data from a Mysql database but display as 24 hour format since that's how Mysql stores it. all i want to do is have the label display...

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  • Clustering in SQL Server 2005

    What's the steps to use (Clustering ) in any SQL Server 2005 System??

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  • I want to parse data from one field into two based upon criteria.

    I have lots of data with disparate information in one field and I need to take all information to the right of any * that might appear into a separate field? There will be an * about 10% of the time. Examples of the field in question. Example 1: CKD Stage I ****250.40/585.1 Example 2: /Prosthesis...

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  • Access 2007 setting up repetitive entry form

    I'm doing a database for our transportation company. How can I set up multiple expenses for multiple vehicles? How can I set up a form for data to be entered by choosing a vehicle, a month during the year, and multiple expenses on a single form?

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  • How to search for a local file programmatically using C/C++

    HOW, I develop a c/c++/java program for searching a file on my Personal computer

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  • Add to Excel spreadsheet from System i

    I want to add data from a DB2 file to an Excel template that has a header row and totals certain columns without overwriting the header row or the totals.

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  • How can I run a mysqldump without locking up the database?

    I'm trying to copy a live production database onto my development database. Would there be a way to do this without locking up the live database? I've been using this: mysqldump -u root --password=xxx -h xxx my_db1 | mysql -u root --password=xxx -h localhost my_db1 The only problem is that it's...

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  • How to do auto-increment values in PostgreSQL

    My department is switching over from MySQL to PostgreSQL and we need some help with auto-incrementing values. We saw in the PostgreSQL document that the datatype "serial" should work but we keep getting errors. Thank you very much.

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  • MySQL: How to restrict certain tables from mysqldump

    Does anyone know of a way to restrict certain tables from the mysqldump command? I'm using the following syntax that only dumps table1 and table2: mysqldump -u username -p database table1 table2 > database.sql Would there be way that I can dump all the others, except for table1 and table2? Would...

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  • How we can import a SQL dump into a PostgreSQL database?

    We're in the process of switching hosts and our old host provided a SQL dump of the PostgreSQL database of our site. Now, we're looking to set it up on a local WAMP server to do some testing. But we're running into an issue with importing that database in the PostgreSQL 9 that we have set up. We've...

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  • SQL Server database: How to interpret precision and scale of a number

    We have this column in our SQL Server database: decimal(5,2) but we're not sure how to interpret this. When we're looking at it through SQL Server Management Studio, we can see what it means: decimal(Numeric precision, Numeric scale). What does precision and scale mean in real terms?

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  • Can I import a single MySQL database using a mysqldump?

    Does anyone if it would be possible to actually import a single database from an all databases mysqldump? I've already tried modifying the file manually but it didn't work. Are there any command line options to do this? We're removing a ton of databases but we need the option to restore one if need...

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  • How to list the tables from a SQLite database file

    What SQL can I use to list all the tables in a SQLite database file (along with the rows inside those tables)? Thank so much for the help.

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  • SQL Server database: Inserting a table using the input from another table

    I've been trying to insert a table using the input from one of our other tables. I know this is possible but I'm having trouble with the correct Syntax for the SQL engine of the day. Would anyone know of a silver-bullet syntax coming from a SQL standard that would allow us insert the values without...

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