Is the physical file keyed? Are there any logical files built over the new physical? If so, you should consider temporarily removing the logicals. If the application isn’t keying the physical as it runs, it should run much faster….
View Answer | October 25, 2004 8:20 AM
COBOL, Data analysis, DataCenter, Development, Disaster recovery software, ERP, Financial services applications, Help Desk, Incident response, Lifecycle development, Manufacturing applications, Office Applications, Programming Languages, RPG, Special-purpose software, SQL, Storage, SunGard Data Systems, Systems Union Group, Tech support, Transaction Systems Architects
What you’re describing looks like to me a basic HelpDesk package. These can have quite a bit of functionality. I basic one like Track-it, http://itsolutions.intuit.com/landing.asp or a more intuitive self-help application like HelpDesk from http://www.grouplink.net.
View Answer | October 24, 2004 9:55 PM
Business/IT alignment, Corporate portal applications, DataCenter, Desktops, E-mail applications, Exchange, Hardware, Help Desk, Implementation, IT architecture, Knowledge management applications, Lotus Domino, Migration/Upgrades, Mobile devices, Network management software, Networking, Outlook, Planning, Security, Security management, Systems management software, Tech support
Service Oriented Architecture is a generic term for an architecture offering Services and all the supporting infrastructure such as directories and permissioning, etc. It could be argued that the first SOA was the Distributed Computing Environment (DCE) many moons ago. Web Services is the current fashionable SOA, coming as it does from a long line [...]
View Answer | October 22, 2004 4:56 PM
Implementation, IT architecture, Planning, Web services
Personal biased opinion here. I find Microsoft technet abismal at best. 90% of the problem solutions I need come from other sources, namely Oracle Metalink, HP, or others. If you can find the “right” solution on technet you still need someone to explain it to you. Recently I’ve been having a problem with an HP [...]
View Answer | October 21, 2004 10:52 AM
configuration, Desktop security, patching, PEN testing, Platform Security, Security, vulnerability management, Windows, Windows 2000 desktop, Windows 2000 Server, Windows 95/98, Windows client administration and maintenance, Windows Server 2003, Windows tools/WSRM, Windows XP
If you are running Win2000 or XP you can right click on My Computer and choose Properties (or go click on the System icon in the Control Panel). In XP you click on the Advanced tab and chose User Profiles. Click on the old profile and choose Copy To. Browse to Documents and Settings folder [...]
View Answer | October 20, 2004 9:39 AM
Hardware, Networking, Planning
IMHO. as the budget is only 125k I would say forget it. eg 40 average laptops @ $2k = 80k leaving $45k for infrastructue. Even if go to a server at main site and all satellite clients over terminal services etc the licensing as well as assoc. hw will chew up much of the if [...]
View Answer | October 19, 2004 6:48 PM
Budgeting, DataCenter, Networking, Project management, Security, Servers
You did not mention the average daily increase – industry average would be about 1 percent per day for very rapid growth = 250 to 350 percent each year (do you work weekends). Or medium growth of 1 percent a week, I hope this is your model or you are living on borrowed time. NAS [...]
View Answer | October 17, 2004 10:31 AM
Backup & recovery, DataCenter, Dell, IT architecture, Veritas
As far as I know you cannot implement a use counter in a template because when the user saves their data the template is not updated. This is as it should be otherwise mistaken input would alter the template for the next user in ways you never intended.
View Answer | October 15, 2004 10:21 AM
Database Management Systems, DataCenter, Desktop management applications, Desktops, Development, Hardware, Microsoft Systems Management Server, Networking, Programming Languages, Security, Systems management software, Tech support, VBA, VBScript, Visual Basic
Pretty broad question, but for installation issues with Oracle on Linux, I have found this site very helpful if used with the installation notes as well as some the documents available on Metalink. Good Luck http://www.puschitz.com/OracleOnLinux.shtml
View Answer | October 15, 2004 10:15 AM
Administration, AMD PC hardware, Data warehousing/Business intelligence, Database Management Systems, DB2, Development, Hardware, Implementation, Installation/Upgrade, MySQL, Operating system platforms, Oracle, Oracle 8i, Oracle 9i, OS/390, Performance/Tuning, PostgreSQL, Security products, Servers, SQL, SQL Anywhere Studio/M-Business Anywhere/Avantgo, Standard Edition, Standard One Edition, Storage, Storage management, Tech support, UDB for mainframe, Unisys, z/OS
Your are doing three times the same job. First of all I think you don’t need the delete, insert, update files. Simply compare the new file downloaded from main-frame with the “shadow”, if it is new INSERT in the table cheking the SQLSTAE for duplicate key (maybe you need to create a primary key or [...]
View Answer | October 13, 2004 3:18 PM
Use the BSDROUTINGPARMS statement to define the characteristics of each link defined at the host over which OROUTED will send routing information to adjacent routers running the RIP protocol and which NCPROUTE will send transport PDUs to client NCPs. Syntax >>__BSDRoutingparms__ _TRUE__ ___________________________________________________________> |_FALSE_| <_________________________________________________________________ >____link_name__ _DEFAULTSize_ __cost_metric__subnet_mask__dest_addr_|___________________> |_mtu_________| >__ENDBSDRoutingparms___________________________________________________________________>< The TCPIP stack uses the [...]
View Answer | October 13, 2004 1:58 PM
** Please remember to include OS info ** Microsoft only has dynamic disks in Windows 2000/2003. Optional in 2000 – preferred in 2003 Conversion is ONE-WAY! Going from basic to dynamic changes partition into volumes. To change back requires deleting volumes -BACKUP! BACKUP! BACKUP! As stated in your query, you should be ok. reference pp263-264 [...]
View Answer | October 12, 2004 11:18 AM
Maybe this is too elementary a level for the question, but when I’ve had issues deleting an object I should have had authority for, its been due to an attribute conflict…
View Answer | October 11, 2004 4:36 PM
configuration, patching, PEN testing, Platform Security, Service and support, Vulnerability Assessment & Audit, vulnerability management
Our customer base is not as widely distributed as yours, but in our ERP implementation we’ve established a Change Management group to liaise with customer “Change Agents”. Our CMs are very survey oriented for getting information from customers, using the Change Agents to champion the surveys. They are successfully using demonstrations (PPT) and web-based articles [...]
View Answer | October 11, 2004 4:27 PM
Data analysis, Data warehousing applications, DataCenter, ERP, Financial services applications, Implementation, Information risk management, Knowledge management applications, Remote users, Transaction Systems Architects
Have you installed SP1 & other smaller upgrades prior to trying SP2?
View Answer | October 11, 2004 11:43 AM
DataCenter, Desktops, Hardware, Networking, Servers, Tech support
Your IBM Solution Provider is your best resource. If you need to do this on your own, use PM/400.
View Answer | October 10, 2004 3:59 PM
Budgeting, Business/IT alignment, Hardware, i5, iSeries, Operating system platforms, OS/400, Performance/Tuning, Server consolidation, Servers
Our QAS region replicated the production domain’s address book and a corporate information & forms database. We set it up so that Production could update QAS but any changes in QAS were not replicated back up to production. This allowed us to have a QA version of the production data. This mught be an option [...]
View Answer | October 10, 2004 2:01 PM
IT architecture, SAP, Storage, System utilities
Hello. Try to rule out something that may have corrupted the user’s profile (s/w upgrade perhaps). Did you try logging on and off as a new user (i.e. an account that has never accessed the server before)? Check the Application Event log for Userenv errors. Also, check this out http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;828326&Product=win2000 Good luck and please post [...]
View Answer | October 8, 2004 11:40 AM
Active Directory, DataCenter, Hardware, Lotus Domino, Microsoft Windows, Networking, Remote management, Servers, Windows, Windows Server 2003
i don’t really know any cisco command for you . Also check if there is no virus on the network that is increasing the traffic thereby slowing down the router and also have a look at his bandwidth management that could solve the problem.
View Answer | October 8, 2004 5:08 AM
DataCenter, Help Desk, Networking, Routers, Tech support
What Oracle version you are using and on what platform/OS?
View Answer | October 7, 2004 10:52 PM
DataCenter, Development, Oracle, Storage, Tech support