• Union operator in SQL server 2000

    How to give where condition to the result of the query using Union operator?

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  • ODBC connection to the SQL server from the iSeries

    Is there a way on the iSeries to establish an ODBC connection to the SQL server?

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  • Reading xml url into SQL Server 2008 Table with OpenXML

    I am parsing an xml file that contains an xml url and a text file url as values. OpenXML appears to be unable to read neither the xml url nor the url to the text file. It reads the urls to pdf and html locations fine. How can I get the process to get the xml url as text into my sql table.  My...

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  • How to get local time of a SQL server?

    Hwo to get local time of a SQL server and store it in a variable of a client program written in C#?

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  • How to connect my application using Visual Studio 2005 to a SQL Server database?

    how to connect my application using visual studio 2005 to a database using sql server?

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  • Problem with Visual Studio 2010 and SQL Server 2008.

    Hello friends! I am new here in this forum. I have a simple question. I am using Visual Studio 2010. But the SQL Server 2008 that comes with it does not have Management Studio with it. So I have installed SQL Server 2008 again seperately in my machine. Now I want to know how to attach SQL Server...

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  • Retrieving data from SQL server 2005 using VB6? VB6??

    How to create an application in VB6 that can retrive data from microsoft SQL Server2005.Is that possible.Thank you.

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  • How can I save a picture to the SQL Server database and retrieve it using VB.Net 2005?

    How can I save a picture to the SQL Server database and retrieve it using VB.Net 2005?

    SQL Server Ask the Experts2,585 pointsBadges:
  • Exporting stored procedure results into an XML file in SQL Server

    I need to export the result from a stored procedure into an XML file directly in SQL Server. How would I go about doing this?

    SQL Server Ask the Experts2,585 pointsBadges:
  • naming column returned from FOR XML EXPLICIT query in SQL Server 2005

    Is there a way to name the column returned from a query that includes a for xml explicit? I get a column named XML_F52E2B61-18A1-11d1-B105-00805F49916B. I'd like to name it something more appropriate for ORM software The code I currently have is: Declare @RoleIDs table (RoleID int) insert into...

    Cramhead15 pointsBadges:
  • How to create table using a subquery in SQL Server

    Hi everybody, Everyone knows that a table can be created using a subquery in oracle. How to do the same task in SQL Server. In Oracle I tried as "create table table1 as select * from table2" My requirement is to create dynamic tables in stored procedure based on existing tables. I'm so desperate, I...

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  • Why can’t I connect to SQL Server 2005 through ODBC?

    Hello people, the situation is this: we have 2 computers, one is for local store (let's call it backend) and the other is a web server (let's call it frontend). Both are PCs running Windows Server 2003 SP2 and both have the SQL Server 2005 Enterprise Edition installed. The webserver is using IIS...

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  • Cloud Computing market: Blip or trend?

    Based up on the Q1 reports, expert David Linthicum says that while some public cloud providers (such as Amazon) continue to show growth, others are starting to see their sales either stall or even decline. Do you think this is the beginning of a trend for cloud companies? Or could it just be a blip...

    Michael Tidmarsh25,335 pointsBadges:
  • Access SQLServer remotely.

    Can somebody tell me how can I access the SQL Server instance which is running on a different network? I'm developing a website which should access the instance of sql server running on user's computer. The user can be on a different network. I'm not able to find a way to achieve this.

    ITKE56,495 pointsBadges:
  • Storing images in SQL Server 2005 and retrieving them from VB.NET

    How can I store images in SQL Server 2005 and retrieve them from VB.NET?

    SQL Server Ask the Experts2,585 pointsBadges:
  • Why shouldn’t I use immutable POJOs instead of JavaBeans?

    I have implemented a few Java applications now, only desktop applications so far. I prefer to use immutable objects for passing the data around in the application instead of using objects with mutators (setters and getters), also called JavaBeans.But in the Java world, it seems to be much more...

    snehalmasne15 pointsBadges:
  • Facebook oauth

    Sir, My Question is:- I am using facebook oauth on my site: just like -login with facebook-fetch the detail like name ,email,lastname etc. and fill on my aspx page. and I am using the code-- using System; using System.Collections.Generic; using System.Linq; using System.Web; using System.Web.UI;...

    1223fb5 pointsBadges:
  • Calling RPGLE Procedure returning 10 length char value from Java

    Hi, I need to call a RPGLE procedure which is in a NOMAIN module and returning a 10 char. Example of the procedure I need to call is as follows: PRtvChgDesc       B                   Export dRtvChgDesc       PI            10 d  P_Name         ...

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  • how can i retrieve the data from sql-server2005 from multiple tables in two combo-boxes in vb6.0 using programming code

    how can i retrieve the data from sql-server 2005 from multiple tables in two combo-boxes in vb6.0 using programming code

    Narendar30 pointsBadges:
  • Making a POS form for a pharmacy program

    I need to make a POS frame for a pharmacy automation program am working on. >need to add data from a field in access in which it searches while I type. >when I select the name, the data from the access corresponding the name selected should be added in my flexgrid list and should be asked to...

    josewan5 pointsBadges:

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