Hi You would need to make use of the PREPARE statement to achieve this. For example if BankList contains ’0001, 0010, 0137′ you would use something like the following: Eval Text=’SELECT field1,field2 FROM file WHERE BankCode In(‘ + %Trim(BankList) + ‘)’ /Exec SQL PREPARE S1 FROM :Text /End-Exec /Exec SQL Declare C1 CURSOR FOR S1 [...]
View Answer | November 29, 2004 11:47 AM
These days, it’s most likely DB2.
View Answer | November 29, 2004 6:39 AM
Use the ISA server built-in report utility, where you can define different reports to be run on f.ex. daily and/or monthly basis. ISA server will supply you with a number of reports including the one that you want. Tip: Run the report generator under a separate service account and not with your own user account, [...]
View Answer | November 29, 2004 2:49 AM
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When you connect to the Oracle DB, you supply a userid and pwd. this is the user that is authenticated by Oracle and access privleges checked. If you are using a generic userid, then you have chosen to bypass Oracle security.
View Answer | November 26, 2004 11:09 AM
Is the reason you need java script is because your nsf file is on the web? ie Browser based? If not will Lotus Script or lotus formula do instead?
View Answer | November 26, 2004 4:11 AM
there is no Notes functionality to do the trick. You have to use a Windows API function to get a handle to the Notes window and bring it to the front. Here is the function to get a handle to the window: Declare Function FindWindow Lib “user32″ Alias “FindWindowA” (Byval lpClassName&, Byval lpWindowName$) As Long [...]
View Answer | November 25, 2004 1:54 AM
I am not sure what you mean when you say moving the DNS services outside? The DNS servers you have setup now will need to remain active as AD will not work without the internal DNS service. I suspect you know that already, that is why I am confused as to what you are asking.
View Answer | November 24, 2004 8:47 AM
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I have seen this error when your session times out. Check your session/user settings. Stefan
View Answer | November 24, 2004 8:13 AM
Oracle, Oracle 8i, Oracle 9i, SQL, Standard Edition
We use Aldon/CMS (iSeries only solution). We have had very good experience with it. Intuitive interface for the most part. The Winders side of the shop still uses Source Safe <shudder>, so we have no experience with any REAL tools on that side of the aisle.
View Answer | November 23, 2004 4:56 PM
Development, Lifecycle development, Project management, Sarbanes-Oxley Act, Software Quality Assurance
This is what I’d recommend. This is for SQL server, if you have another DBMS this will be slightly different. I’m assuming you want to automate this task. (1) let all your users know that scheduled maintenance begins at ?? time and give them advanced notice of the outage. (2) In SQL server, next you [...]
View Answer | November 23, 2004 10:29 AM
Well, exactly. We have done it on WIN2003 servers . One for sibel 7.7 one for DB2 V81.6 Workgroup Edition. There is a IBM redbook on the subject. Sorry I do not remember the book number. One hazel we had was misc DB space/size parameter related. IBM recomend in general lager “numbers” than Siebel, but [...]
View Answer | November 23, 2004 8:14 AM
Data analysis, DB2, Development, ERP, Hardware, Tech support
First off, check your default domain controller policy to sort out your incorrect SID. It’s most probably power users in the windows security settings. Static IPs won’t give you a problem unless you run DHCP as well and hand out the same IPs. Make sure subnet masks are correct. Your problem does look like an [...]
View Answer | November 23, 2004 4:55 AM
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You probably have to set ALWREPCHG to *NO in your ADDPFTRG command. Regards
View Answer | November 23, 2004 2:44 AM
AS/400, Development, Lifecycle development, RPG, Software testing
How long have you been coding? I was writing RPG III for 18 years and only wrote sporadically in RPG ILE until recently, self taught from the manuals. I managed to pass the RPG Developer Certification from there. You may just want to see where your knowledge is insufficient. I’m sorry that I don’t remember [...]
View Answer | November 22, 2004 8:53 AM
Certifications, Development, RPG
Hi – have you checked out the RUP methodology by IBM? It’s popular within IT industries, and you can find out more about the concepts at the Rational website: http://www-128.ibm.com/developerworks/websphere/library/techarticles/0306_perks/perks2.html We involve the entire project team in a project implementation review process. This way you get an honest review of what went well and what [...]
View Answer | November 21, 2004 6:24 PM
Marco, Havn’t done anything with linked servers myself, but came across the info below when looking for something else recently. Even if it doesn’t help you directly I think would be worth posting your problem to. http://blog.benjolo.com/archives/2003/08/27/mysql-mssql-linked-tables-or-just-kill-me-now/
View Answer | November 19, 2004 7:10 AM
AS/400, Database Management Systems, Development, Microsoft Windows, Networking, SQL Server, Tech support
Have you tried doing an Explain Plan on your query?
View Answer | November 18, 2004 10:04 PM
Development, Oracle, SQL
No, CL does not have the capability of updating database files. It is possible to indirectly update a file by creating a Query Manager Query and passing it parameters at run time.
View Answer | November 17, 2004 10:15 AM
The Web Facing function (5250 DDS to JSP) is a standard part of the WebSphere Design Studio Client. There is a great Redbook out on the process also as well as numerous books from 29th STreet press. This facility will easily handle all the conversion and JSP work for you without having to touch a [...]
View Answer | November 16, 2004 10:15 AM
Development, E-business, Graphical User Interfaces, Hardware, i5, iSeries, Operating system platforms, OS/400, Programming Languages, Servers, Tech support, Web services, WebSphere Studio, Windows
Recommend you use TYPE date instead of TYPE integer for nDate. In your SQL, a current date of 15 Nov 2004 gives: 20041115 – 30 = 20041085 (not a valid date)
View Answer | November 15, 2004 3:30 PM