• Connecting to SQL Database

    We are no longer able to connect to our SQL database or open the DB manager on Windows Server 2008. This is SQL 2005 how can we troubleshoot this issue? We have a 2.9gb database and backups from each night.

    NewnanIT1,110 pointsBadges:
  • Updating a Date Time Field

    I need to update the Confirmation Date Time field to NULL for a specific meeting but am unsure how to insert it.  The script below works for an individual but if they have more than 1 confirmation date it clears then all. Meet_Master.MEETING is where the meeting code AM2011 is. UPDATE   ORDERS...

    DJandLO130 pointsBadges:
  • Ageing Report T-SQL

    Im trying to write a query to retrive debtors ageing report in sql I have two tables [strong]1. Billing(billAmount,BillDate,AccountNo)[/strong] [strong]2.Payments(payAmount,payDate,AccountNo)[/strong] I need the output to show ageigng [strong]0-30, 31-60, 61-90, 91+[/strong] with the balances for...

    Sanisto45 pointsBadges:
  • Calling stored procedure in a database to query data in another database

    Hello, I am writing a stored procedure that will query data from another database, but the database name is variable. Do I have to use a dynamic query? We dont want to use dynamic queries because of performance loss. But is there a way to do it without a dynamic query? Example GetData...

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  • SQL Server 2005 backup server

    Is there a way to replicate a SQL server database to another SQL server with the same hardware and software? I want a live copy of the data up to date in case something goes wrong and we need to switch to the backup server.

    NewnanIT1,110 pointsBadges:
  • Renaming a SQL 2005 server

    What considerations and procedures should be followed when renaming a Windows server that is hosting SQL 2005? Previous testing has shown considerable applicaiton problems after a system rename. Thanks for the guidance.

    Labnuke9932,960 pointsBadges:
  • Optimize SQL 2005 databases on a schedule

    How can I optimize my SQL 2005 databases on a schedule?

    NewnanIT1,110 pointsBadges:
  • System tables in SQL Server

    How to view System tables in drop down menu of a database in SQL SERVER 2005

    VendoorMohankrishna5 pointsBadges:
  • Stop one database in a SQL 2005 environment

    If there are multiple databases ever one unique SQL2005, how can I stop only one of them?

    MoroExpert5 pointsBadges:
  • SQL 2005 Database instance

    Hi there i have a windows 2003 domain in our school, i have a problem with my sql 2005 database. im trying to uninstall a instance from the database engine. it wont uninstall. i believe that this is corrupt. im trying to reinstall sophos but as the old database will not uninstall sophos wont...

    Philcrox160 pointsBadges:
  • Updating a SQL Server record in a large table

    We are using SQL Server 2005 and I have an SQL DB on it with 270,876 records in it. There is a PRIMARY KEY defined on the first field called RecordID (Identity field). The index name is PK_ListOfFiles_as_of_3-7-2011. If I execute the following command from the Query Window on the server it takes a...

    BDW65 pointsBadges:
  • SQL Server 2005 database installation

    i installed sql2005 s/w in my system.but i don't know how to use it.i don't know how to create database and manage and all.can u help me?

    Saranya885 pointsBadges:
  • Can I install SQL Server 2005 32 bit on 64 bit OS?

    can I install SQL Server 2005 32 bit on 64 bit win 2003 OS?

    Siddiquiali15 pointsBadges:
  • How to concat SQL Server 2005 data with line feed

    I am attempting to update a column in SQL Server 2005 by concatenating data from two other columns and include a line feed between the two and have the second line begin with a /. The data will be viewed through an MS Access 2003 database with a linked table using an ODBC connection. The script I...

    TLMercer45 pointsBadges:
  • Connect Powerbuilder in SQL Server 2005

    how to connect the sqlserver 2005 database in power builder

    Venkateshr5 pointsBadges:
  • VIEW_TABLE_USAGE SQL 2005

    In MS SQL 2005, when I select * from VIEW_TABLE_USAGE, I get incomplete results. At least one object that is used in at least one of the views is not listed. View "PTP__MARA_MARC" uses two tables and one view, but VIEW_TABLE_USAGE only lists one table and one view.  Can you please help?

    44444Dave5 pointsBadges:
  • Storage Area Network Configuration IOPS

    I have a SAN with a RAID 10 (16 Drives) and a stripe size of 512. I want to align the disks for better SQL Server performance, the problem is that the OS is already installed on a non-aligned drive and SQL Server is running in production using non-aligned drives. My current 8 drives starting...

    Rick Martinez585 pointsBadges:
  • Alter proc to fetch a table structure from SQL Server 2005 database

    hi please segest me... what is the problem in this proc. CREATE Procedure sp_tab @tablename nvarchar(517), @flags int = 0, @orderby nvarchar(10) = null, @flags2 int = 0 As if @flags is null select @flags = 0 if (@tablename = N'?') begin print N'' print N'Usage: sp_table_struct @tablename, @flags...

    Amitshukla60 pointsBadges:
  • SQL Server Plan Cache

    There is a bucket in plan cache with 75 objects in it and it is the same sql statement. Other than using DBCC FREEPROCCACHE what will clear out the cache? Restarting SQL SERVER Service? I use the code below to look up how many plans are in a bucket. SELECT   bucketid,   entries_in_bucket =...

    Rick Martinez585 pointsBadges:
  • SQL Server 2005 with SAN storage problem

    i have a very strange problem: - i have an  windows 2003 server - a SAN storage attached to that server - i installed SQL server 2005 proffesional into the server - database files in the san storage - when i attach the database into the san storage it gives an error that it cann't see the drive E...

    Masterofpcs5 pointsBadges:

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