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    Can a C program in a mainframe environment call a COBOL program or a DB2 stored procedure. If so is any sample code available.

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    I'll start by introducing myself and my background and then hopefully explain what information i'm looking for. I'm a COBOL developer for an insurance company based here in Ireland. I'd like to think of myself as been proficient at programming and at navigating my way around the AS/400. I have...

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  • How to solve lock problem in Oracle 9i on Linux

    Hi DBAs I have foundPersistent Lock in my database Suggest me how to solve this error.

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  • Cannot connect to Database Oracle Error -1033.

    Hello, I have a Problem with my HP B132L-Workstation, running HP-UX 10.20 and Oracle 7.x. An application, which is based on the Oracle database won't start any more with the Error Message: Cannot connect to Database Oracle Error -1033. My first guess was, that the Harddisk is defective, or the...

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  • Lotus Notes and DB2 support, or lack there of.

    We are a longtime Notes Domino shop with several databases in NTF format. We did a Beta of ND7 and DB2, on a single server. Now we are serious about developing a Bug and Enhancement tracking system for our own software application. On 2 servers; one for ND7 and one for DB2. Problem; there is...

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  • Regarding Oracle connectivity issues

    I have Oracle 7i and 9i installed on my PC under C:/ORANT and C:/ORA9 respectively. When i try to connect to Oracle from a front end application (Visual Basic v6)that takes as input the Database domain name and Database schema name as input and tries to establish a connection to Oracle using the...

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  • Migration from OS/390 to Z/OS V1.6 with CSP

    We are migrating from OS/390 v2.10 to Z/OS V1.6 as V1.4 is no longer available.We still keep some old application development environment based on CSP/AD and CSP/AE. Is there any issue other than adopting the new LE library that we need to be aware of?

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  • Using Query returned values in Oracle Graphics 6i

    Hi all, I wrote a query in Oracle Graphics Builder (6i)(Bar Graph). The query will return diff. categories(so multiple bars) wherein each category will contain atleast one subcategory(Maximum three). So, each bar will contain either one or all the three sub-categories. My requierement is to set the...

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  • Indexing on Large table

    Hi, Is indexing on 5 keys of a table containing 100 fields more slower than indexing on same 5 keys of a table containing 150 fields. Both the tables (one containing 150 fields and other containing 100 fields) are similar except the 50 attributes which are redundant. Suppose there are 2 attributes...

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  • Delete maximum records in a table

    Hi! I need to Delete maximum records in a table that has 2 columns, such as Ord No. & Part No. Each Part No. can have many Ord Nos. I need to identify the Maximum Ord No per part No & delete the record from the table. Help would be much appreciated! Sarj

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  • SQL Server 2005 adoption

    My name is Nick Bellistri and I am the assistant site editor for SearchSQLServer.com. I am interested in your thoughts on SQL Server 2005 adoption. Based on your knowledge of SQL Server 2005, what hurdles do you foresee in using the new DBMS? Do you think Management Studio will be more difficult to...

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  • Stop bit problem: USB to Serial Converter attached to motion controller, unable to set for 7-E-2

    I have three different USB to Serial converters, one of them an isolated converter from B&B. One brand of motion controller I work on uses EVEN parity / 7 data bits / 2 stop bits as its default. I find that none of my converters will work on the controller in this configuration. If I borrow a PC...

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  • Memory (helpfield) usage in Microsoft Access with VBA

    Microsoft Access software is running on the desktop of every user, but the database is installed centrally on a server. More users can start and run on the same database simultaneously. In VBA I have various helpfields defined. What I want to know is: if more users are in the same part of the VBA...

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  • database down

    can anybody tell me how to know "Exactly at what time the database has gone down

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  • sql query

    what is the query to find which user is executing what sql statement

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  • sqlplus killed

    when i say SQLPLUS at $ prompt it is saying KILLED, hence i could not able to connect to my database. can anybody clear me how to connect to my database

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  • Effect of DB migration on Interfaces

    We are in the process of moving our R/3 4.6 system from Informix to DB2. What are the checks needed to ensure that the interfaces perform as expected. Thanks

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  • Name that computer?

    Warning: this may be historic (1970's, PDP-11, etc.) or might be fictional. Don't loose sleep over this (although you might could get some additional insight around 9pm EST;-) And please don't flame me either. Minicomputer, comparable phyiscal size to PDP-11 appears to be two CPU units 3-5 feet...

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  • Java and Oracle

    hi Sir, I have an application web based. using Oracle backend and Java front end. App server is in weblogic and Solaris os and two cpu with 8 applications. DB server is oracle 8.1.7 on Solaris This application is getting slow when number of threads are more ( like many users login and related...

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  • Connecting to the Database

    I am trying to connect my project in Visual C++ 6.0 to the database in Microsoft Access 2003 using DAO but am receiving an error message stating that 'unrecognised database format', how can I do it then?

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