• Changing the statement heap parameter on iSeries

    Hi, I would like to know how to change the statement heap parameter DB2 (stmtheap) on the AS/400. I tried the command GET DATABASE CONFIGURATION FOR database-alias (giving alias name as the AS/400 server name) but it returns the error "SQL0901N The SQL statement failed because of a non-severe...

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  • Damaged File In Save Operations

    I have a file that is damaged, therefore, it will not save during my nightly backups. The file is QASZRAIRD in library QUSRSYS. Does anyone know what this file is used for or how I can find out what this file is used for? Can I delete the file and re-create the file, or will that cause more of a...

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  • Choice of Operating System for SAP

    We are planning to implement SAP modules in our Company (one of the leading industries in Pakistan). Presently we have two options with reference to the selection of Operating System for the server. One is Windows and the other is Linux. Presently we have equally good arguments in favour of and...

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  • Installing PTFs questions and concerns.

    I am now responsible for installing PTFs on the as400. I will be performing my first install on June 25th. I have some questions if someone doesn't mind helping? 1. Documentation says to check the CD to make sure that it works. I put the CD in my CD drive at my local PC and browsed through the...

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  • Record Blocking Factor

    I have found several different equations to calculate the correct blocking factor when utilizing NBRRCDS in a CL to optimize I/O. One stated (128k)/(reclength), another (128k)/(reclength+1), another (1024*256)/(reclength) and still another (131072)/(reclength+1), with different variations in the...

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  • Need one WinXP PC not change Daylight Savings in Win2k Server domain

    I know that this sounds strange, but I have a requirement for one WinXP PC to NOT change their time when our Win2k DC?s change their clocks to reflect daylight savings. Bottom line: When the servers change from Eastern Standard Time to Eastern Daylight Savings Time, I have one PC that must stay on...

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  • Accessing Linked Server in SQL Server 2000 (Urgent)

    I have a server named say 'SRVMAIN'. Using Enterprise Manager I added a linked server 'LNKDSRVR1' (existing server). I m able to access any database in 'LNKDSRVR1' by writing a query in query analyzer of 'SRVMAIN' as SELECT * FROM LNKDSRVR1.TESTDB.DBO.TESTTABLE Now if I have server as...

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  • Improve MS Access performance on a Win 2k LAN

    We have recently replaced our old DataEase database with a package that was built using MS Access, and the system has slowed away down to an unbearable speed. However we are stuck with it now, and I would like to know if there is anything that we can do to improve the performance of the database....

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  • Slow File sharing access in Win 98-2

    Actually I have 2 questions: I have a small workgroup of 3 XP Pro systems, 2 win98 systems, 1 win 2000 server and a 16 port ethernet switch(100mbps). I have enabled the ICS in the server and each compter can access files/printers and internet with the help of DHCP. 1) When I access the win98...

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  • Stored Procedure Error

    This is mu stored Procedure: CREATE PROCEDURE ADMINISTRATOR.DIMS_SP_PerformSearch ( vuserId integer, vsearchText varchar(500) , vfromID integer, voption integer ) ------------------------------------------------------------------------ -- SQL Stored Procedure...

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  • OS/400 descriptions of files in Library QUSRSYS.

    Hi There, Does anyone have descriptions of the files and their contained information for the files in Library QUSRSYS. In particular I am looking for where the "Go Backup" and "Go Cleanup" configurations are stored but explanations of the other files in this library will also be extremly usefull...

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  • Moving DNS outside

    We are moving DNS services outside and I would like to learn more about how to set this up. We currently have AD Integrated DNS server, Primary DNS server, and Secondary DNS servers set up in our AD domain. We have 2 Domain Controllers, one on Windows 2003 w/Exchange 2003 w/GC, and one Windows 2000...

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  • How to Obtain security information of Win 2003 server folders

    Does somebody know if there is a way to query the Directory database to obtain a listing that includes security and other settings (shares, permissions, etc) of all folders and subfolders of a machine running Win 2003 Server ? Any help or comment will be appreciated.

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  • i5 Capacity Planning

    We are planning to procure a single i5 server to replace the existing iseries machines - 600 & 620. Any help/methods/procedures to follow on sizing the new i5 server will be helpful.

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  • Oracle 8.1.7.4 connectivity

    Recently We installed Oracle 8i (8.1.7.4) Server on a Machine running Windows 2000 Professional SP 4, but we're experiencing connectivity problems: 1 minute after the Listener started up it's not possible to connect to the database any more . At this point, if the listener service is restarted then...

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  • Oracle 9i Agent

    I had a problem running the agent in the background over some number of weeks where the system bogged down (memory swap area or something was hosed) -- anyway, I only turn on the agent when I need to monitor performance. Why can't I run it in the background all the time?

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