• 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:
  • SQL Server Disk Alignment

    What size should I set the Starting Partition Offset on the disks when running sql server 2005 32-bit enterprise edition, shuld it be 1024KB or 64KB?

    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:
  • SQL I/O Best Practice

    I just inherited a SQL SERVER 2005 32-bit attached to a SAN Server. I want to use SQLIO for performance testing and stress testing. The database is in production. Would it be a good idea to run SQLIO on a production sql server during non-work hours?

    Rick Martinez585 pointsBadges:
  • Question on SQL 2005 table

    tablename:-software pname             packagename                    cost MARY               README                             1200 ANAND             PARACHUTES                     6000...

    Vijaykumar45625 pointsBadges:
  • SQL Server 2005 procedure to Create stored procedure

    sir,plz tell me the procedure from strating that how to create stored procedure

    Gkhlhlhjhhghgg15 pointsBadges:
  • SQL Server 2005 License

    This question is not about doing something illegal toward the SQL Server Licensing; on the other hand it is about knowing relationship between Licensing and hardware. Question: I have SQL Server 2005 licensed for 2 physical CPUs. Recently, I bought a system with 4 CPUs to replace the old machine. I...

    Vahemelikian10 pointsBadges:
  • Is it safe to delete SQL Server Transaction Log?

    In one point, I create two Transaction Log for a database, and now I want to delete the second Transaction Log in order to free more space. I just want to get ride of the second file. Is it safe to delete it? SQL Server allow me to do it from DATABASE PROPERTIES WINDOW, but I want to make sure that...

    Vahemelikian10 pointsBadges:
  • SQL SERVER SAN Setup

    I do not know much about SAN's, I want to setup a SQL Server to use a SAN. 1. Should I use a SAN drive to install the OS or is it best practice to install the OS on a local drive on the server? 2. Should I install SQL SERVER on the SAN or on a local drive on the server?

    Rick Martinez585 pointsBadges:
  • Filename from SQL 2005 Query

    I have a batch file that runs a SQL query command overnight once a week and outputs the results of that query to a file as a .csv file. The query produces, amongst other things, a week ending date. Is it possible to to name the output file with result of the week ending column in the query. All...

    Apbarker5 pointsBadges:
  • Migrating from Windows server 2003 32-bit to Windows Server 2008 64-bit

    We are migrating from Windows server 2003 32bit to 2008 64 bit. What should we be aware of before progressing? What pitfalls or incompatibilities should we be prepared for? The server is an Active Directory box running SQL 2005.

    NewnanIT1,110 pointsBadges:
  • Documenting stored procedure jobs in SQL 2005 enterprise

    Our consultant created several stored procedure jobs within SQL 2005 enterprise. How can we view them to document them? SQL runs on a Windows 2008 box with 32gb of memory.

    TeachMeIT975 pointsBadges:
  • Extracting in SQL Server 2005

    IS THERE ANY WAY TO EXTRACT FROM A FIED EXAMPLE: I HAVE A ADDRESS LINE AS 1065 VALLEY LANE APT 120                                                       SCHAUMBURG...

    Hydrostani20 pointsBadges:
  • SQL Server 2005 Memory

    I have a server with 8 dual core processors, 32GB of RAM, windows server 2003 32bit, sql server 2005 enterprise, and a 500GB database running on it. 1. How does sql server use memory in this case? 2. I have heard from sql server pro's that sql server can only use 4GB of RAM is that true?

    Rick Martinez585 pointsBadges:
  • How do I modify stored procedures in sql 2005?

    Where can I view in SQL 2005 when a stored procedure was run and what its outcome was? Can I see who ran it? Can I see who modified the job?

    Karl Gechlik9,860 pointsBadges:

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