• How do you change user password for a separate Access database than you are working in?

    I've built a database (Production) with user level security on it.  I also have built a smaller database (Login) so I don't have to use Access' login.  I'm trying to figure out if there is a way to change the user password in the Production database FROM the Login database.  I've been working...

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  • Hyperlinks in forms sent from Access 2007 to Sharepoint 2007

    Hi, I send files from Access 2007 to Sharepoint 2007 daily. The first column of data in the Access file is a hyperlink, and appears as one(htt:.....). When I send the file to our Sharepoint sight I would like it to appear as an image of our logo in that field, instead of the url. The link is the...

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  • Dir() Function doesn’t find .pdf files in Access 2003

    I've used the Dir() function with VBA several times for different file formats, but for some reason it's not working on .pdf files. Am I missing something?

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  • Select/Insert Statements causing out of memory error run under VB Script

    I'm using VB Script on a Windows 2003 Server against an Oracle 10g database to both query against a table and insert new rows of data against that same table but as it runs it starts eating up RAM and when it gets to about 1.5gb it causes the out of memory error.  As far as the Select...

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  • Earn 250 Knowledge Points now by tweeting out our contest

    We've recently added 250 Knowledge Points to the following profiles for tweeting out our Google Nexus One Challenge: JaideepkhandujaOwenAmbroseCarlosdlRyan8613MarkK Tweet out our Google Nexus One Challenge now and you can also earn the 250 Knowledge Point bonus. Remember that you don't have to be...

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  • Excel 2007 – creating a graph from CSV data with a macro

    I want to create a macro that will take a CSV file and remove the same columns each time. BUT the number of rows can vary.  Can I create a macro that will create a grapgh ? The problem is, like i said before, the number of rows can vary each time but the number of columns is consistant.

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  • How can I export from Notes to MS Access and have links function within Access taking you back to a Notes data page?

    How can I export from Notes to MS Access and have links function within Access taking you back to a Notes data page? Copying as Table from Notes creates the links and it works when pasted to Excel or Word...but not Access. Importing to Access from the working Excel file then breaks the hyperlink in...

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  • Problems with DB2 program

    I have a COBOL program that calls a db2 stored proc program. I get corrupted o/p records when reading the input file from CARTRIDGE. The same records, when copied to DASD, come out fine. Same code, JCL, etc. WTH! Is there a parameter that I need to pass to the system with PGM=IKJEFT01 to solve this?

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  • Upgrading for database structure

    hello everyone  Maybe my previous question was not the correct question to ask. I am in the middle of making an application upgrade which includes DB structure upgrade with keeping Data "data loss is not accepted here". I have a complex DB structure in my application which depends "in some...

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  • Change password through JDBC

    hi can any one help me .. how to change a password reset/ change password through JDBC connections specifications: 1)we are going to change password from front end URL 2)we need to connect through Db2 database through JDBC connections

    Srinivas204415 pointsBadges:
  • Application Upgrade and Data migration

    Hello Sir/Mam We have a web application that has an intensive usage of Database operations. This application of course has some sort of sophisticated Database (tables, indexes, ...)  structure according to Database engine used.  My question now is , what is the best practice to migrate old...

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  • how to use databases made in access or excel in sql

    how to use databases made in access or excel in sql   importing readymade databases in sql

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  • Sybase to Oracle

    If I move a database from Sybase to Oracle with no coding changes what is the impact on the target database with respect to CPU, Memory, IO, etc?  Note that the OS will go from Solaris to LINUX also. 

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  • IT Knowledge Exchange’s iPad Contest Starts Today!

    Today marks a new contest around IT Knowledge Exchange. The Lowdown (i.e. The Rules**) Every member who earns 500 knowledge points in the next 4 weeks (between today and Wednesday, February 16th) will be entered into a drawing for 5 names. You must have a completed profile including a photo or...

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  • Converting from Access 2003 to Access 2007

    hi, everyone i have 3 desktop with Access: one have Access 2003 two of them have Acess 2007 so i divide my Access database in two parts on of them have tables an other a form queries, etc. My problem is, is possible link tables for these three desktop's. because of that diference i convert for two...

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  • The future of PHP

    Big companies are not working in php. so what is the future of php?

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  • Sending -/+ Number from VB.NET to COBOL

    Is it possible for someone on the VB.NET side to send a -120 to a COBOL program? The COBOL program LINKAGE SECTION is WS-AMOUNT PIC S9(3). The only way I got it to work is having the VB.NET person to send "12}" in char field. Just figured there was a way they could send like they normally would...

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  • DB2 table load JCL with current timestamp

    Hi I need load the data from the flat file to db2 table by dsnuproc (mainframe ) utility my file dont have the timestamp value but the cloum in the table col2 declared as timestamp not nulll caould you please help how do load current timestamp.Thanks in advance Regards Manju

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  • Running Multiple SQL statements through JCL

    I need to run multiple sql statements seperatd by ';'. I want the execution to continue for all the SQL statements even if any of the SQLs throws out error. Is it possible?

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  • Adding another level of security to SQL 2005 database

    We have a SQL 2005 Database. It is protected by Windows Authentication. Can we add another level of security - requiring a SQL username and password along with a valid user name and password on the domain?

    NewnanIT1,110 pointsBadges:

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