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  • Determining which concatenated dataset is being processed by a COBOL program

    I'd like to determine which dataset in a group of concatenated datasets is currently being processed. I have multiple datasets going through an edit process (COBOL) on a mainframe and when I find an error I'd like to list the DSN the record is in. 

    Jfruehwirth5 pointsBadges:
  • How to connect Access database to a Visual Studio 2005?

    i use the following code to connect and i created DSN but its not getting connected... whats my fault can anyone help me?? Dim X As ADODB.Connection Dim RS As ADODB.Recordset Dim RS1 As ADODB.Recordset i am getting underlined error in adodb.connection, adodb.recordset i think there is some error in...

    Rajeshbnp20005 pointsBadges:
  • Failover issues in a SQL Server 2005 mirrored database

    I have a SQL Server 2005 mirrored database with a witness. Everything seems to be working OK but I am having problems in the instance a failover occurs. Once the primary server goes down, my access to the database continues normally once both servers are back up and running and the old mirror is...

    SQL Server Ask the Experts2,585 pointsBadges:
  • MySQL and JSP connection

    I hosted my site and I got the mysql server. Now, I want to connect it with the jsp pages . I am not understanding how to use ip address in connection string and while creating DSN i used my local server that is tomcat. But my website is in linux server. Will it create a problem.

    Advancedjava25 pointsBadges:
  • DSN and DSN-Less Connection

    What is difference between DSN and DSN less Connection? Which is better to use and Why?

    Mkaaa15 pointsBadges:
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