I have several maintenance plans setup in SQL 2005, but if the backup fails I am not alerted in any manner how can I fix this? Will I need to script something or is this a built in feature?
Answer Question | August 26, 2010 1:16 PM
Backup, Maintenance Management, SQL, SQL 2005, SQL Manager, SQL Scripting, SQL Server 2005, SQL Server 2005 backup
This request for help was originally submitted to the Research Assistant on WhatIs.com. We are facing rising maintenance costs with our IT vendors. What are other companies doing to control maintenance costs?
Answer Question | September 2, 2008 4:28 PM
IT budgeting, It maintenance, Maintenance, Maintenance contracts, Maintenance Management, Repair
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 colors dynamically to the sub-categories based on the [...]
Answer Question | November 28, 2005 7:08 AM
Billing and customer care, Billing Support Systems, Business/IT alignment, Career development, Database, DB2, Desktops, Development, Financials, Human Resources, Intelligence, Interaction Center Technology, Maintenance Management, Management, Manufacturing, Marketing/Sales, Microsoft Windows, Oracle, Order Management, OS, Procurement, Product Lifecycle Management, Project management, Projects, Security, Servers, Service, Software, SQL, SQL Server, Supply Chain Planning, Training