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  • 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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  • Storing GPS coordinates in a MySQL database

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

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  • How can I my MySQL database file working?

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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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  • Access 2007 setting up repetitive entry form

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

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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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