• Installing Oracle 9i Standard Edition on Windows Server 2003 with Xeon CPU: Why does Java Virtual Machine fail?

    We are replacing an old NT 4.0 server with a new Windows Server 2003, the new hardware (a Compaq ProLiant) equipped with Intel Xeon CPU. The old server was running a couple of database instances in Oracle 8i Standard Edition, which we want/need to replace with the 9i version. The installation files...

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  • Mac OS9 client selectively not connecting to Windows 2000 server

    Hi, I have OS9.2 clients which are having some kind of TCP/IP issue connecting to one of our Win2k DCs. Appletalk is working fine (printers are available, the server name can be resolved) but the authentication (TCP/IP stage) times out. No changes have been made to security on the server (clear...

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  • Mainframe security / Racf

    My first time on ITKE , so please forgive, but why do I not see any RACF/Top Secret/ACF2 related issues? It should be under security, or not ? Thanks Pieter

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  • Network UserID Creation/Change

    Looking for White Papers, Best Practices, Your Practice...on UserIDs What should a Network UserID look like for strong security? I don't believe it should contain any part of the user's legal name. Agree? So what do you use to create a UserID? Should a user be able to change their UserID? Thanks...

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  • Microsoft Word 2003 and files opening in read only form

    The platform is Windows XP and the application is Word 2003. I have a user that when she opens a file it opens a window that says the file is in read only and would she like to continue in that format or have the ability to change the document. She clicks no and the document opens normally. When...

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  • Lotus Script Error Message: Subscript out of range.

    I've recently taken over support of a homegrown Notes database. An agent runs daily in this database on all documents and pulls data from a flat file (which lives on the same server as database) and uses subroutines to process adds, deletes and changes to person docs in a Name and Address Book....

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  • AD Group Policy Documentation

    What is the best and most expedient way to document Group Policy Settings either policy by policy or (preferbly) all policies for a domain as we are a low budget goverment team and would prefer to use something available with the 2000 Server or Server Resource Kit programs. It does not have to be...

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  • Windows XP home

    Can anyone confirm or deny that Windows XP home edition can not participate in an MS windows environment with a domain. i.e. I want to join a pc running windows xp home edition to an MS windows 2000 domain.

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  • Citrix Server V/s Terminal Server

    Hi All, Just wondering what is the basic difference betyween the citrix server and terminal server. 1) Security point of view. 2) End-User point of view. 3) Network Bandwidth. etc. etc. Best Regards Vijay Mishra

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  • hardware information

    What's a good command to get hardware type/status information from your AIX Servers

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  • memory and capacity planning

    How do you you remove and/or add memory with AIX for testing

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  • Scanning Documents into SAP

    Does anyone know of a way to scn documents into the SAP database quickly and easily ?? Is it possible to scan froma workstation and integrate via SAPGUI components somehow? I am seeking an easy way to get paper documents into the database without having to gather them all up centrally first. It is...

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  • Alternate way to stop Oracle Services on Win 2K Server

    Our database server is a Machine running Windows 2K Server. We make our backups stopping the Oracle Service and then copying the files to other location (and then to tape), but in order to do this, the user loged in on the server must be an administrator, and this is a problem, because the backup...

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  • Alternate way to stop Oracle Services on Win 2K Server-2

    Our database server is a Machine running Windows 2K Server. We make our backups stopping the Oracle Service and then copying the files to other location (and then to tape), but in order to do this, the user loged in on the server must be an administrator, and this is a problem, because the backup...

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  • Database Replication

    Hello, i have to set up an Database Replication for both read and write access to a tables data from anywhere. Who knows a good description with an example for the set up and administration?

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  • Error when tried to update the SSOledbGrid connected to with Sybase Server Database

    I have a visual basic 6.0 application with connect to Sybase Server 11 with OBDC Driver ?Sybase System 11?. In VB application use ADO 2.8 for update a table with two fields (Integer, Varchar(10)), the SSOledbgrid return error ?16389? to update or add a register. Show error when I tried to update...

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  • execute immediate

    Can anyone remind me what EXECUTE IMMEDIATE does, and what are the pros and cons of using it versus regular dynamic SQL refcursor fetch. Thanks.

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  • XML in UDB Version 8

    I am looking for some help in using the UDB XML Extenders. We have a need to store and then recreate some XML. Has anyone used this feature?

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  • High-Level Overview via “Straw-man Diagram”

    Good morn ... In effort to capture a high-level overview of all our database management systems in production, we developed a "straw-man"-like diagram that is intended to represent our core mission critical processing system and all related peripheral systems. The diagram basically illustrates...

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  • Linux clustering versus supercomputing

    In an article on SearchEnterpriseLinux.com, Cray Canada CTO Paul Terry said: "Cluster vendors would have you believe that their performance is the linear sum of each of their respective GFLOPS [Giga Floating Point Operations Per Second]. Most cluster [experts] know now that users...

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