• Replication Causes Client Application to Hang

    I've got 25 Sites that are running an application that connects to MS SQL 2005, All the sites have their own copy of a database and have one similar database that holds information gathered from the different sites, now what is happening is that if a client registers at one institution and then...

    Sanisto45 pointsBadges:
  • Reformatting SQL Data in a Field

    Hi, I'm new to the whole SQL experience and need help converting some data.  In our Activity table, data was imported into the UF_4 field incorrectly.  We want to convert this data "from a Decimal format" to a “NonDecimal”.  Currently the data looks like 5234.000 and we want it to look like...

    DCDJ45 pointsBadges:
  • Web Application very slow SQL 2005

    Can I get a detailed information on what are the possible things we can do to identify the performance issues? I had run the SQL 2005 profiler against load test for about 2hrs and captured all the trace. I could see the procedure that runs for various different parameters was consistently taking...

    Jsql155 pointsBadges:
  • Show the table field on vb.net form

    How can I show table fied on vb.net form.I have used sql2005.

    Chat305 pointsBadges:
  • Which version of SQL will work best?

    We have a small but critical application that is accessed by about 30 - 40 users on our network. We want to set up a SQL environment to run the database, but the application accessing the data is locally installed on each users machine. Users will access the db over our network using an ODBC...

    LeninKAF5 pointsBadges:
  • Deleting Nightly Database Backups (dumps)

    How do you set up a maintenance plan to delete or overwrite daily database backups (*.bak) file. My maintenance plan in SQL 2005 does not work...it doesn't do the cleanup it continuously appends to folder and I have to manually delete the files everyday

    637815 pointsBadges:
  • SQL 2005 Password

    If you move a sql 2000 database to sql 2005 which admin password does it have now.

    Jabbman4220 pointsBadges:
  • SQL2005 SP3

    Hi, I recently applied Service Pack 3 to SQL2005 64 bit and my server performance has been very slow since. The statistics have been updated on my databases, but that has not made a difference. Has anyone else experienced such behaviour post SP3 install? Thanks, Lakshmi

    Lmurthy5 pointsBadges:
  • Database and Log file location

    How do I change the default location for database and log files during a SQL 2005 installation?

    Quincy185 pointsBadges:
  • SQL 2005 SSIS Package to load table from positional flat file

    I have a positional flat file which I need to load contents into a SQL table. I've created an SSIS package and will need to call a VB script to parse the file but since I'm new at VB and SQL I need some assistance creating the VB script. There are 4 fields in the table I need to populate. The first...

    Dacker5 pointsBadges:
  • SQL Server 2005 Select Multiple views or Tables

    in SQL 2000 it was easy to cntl-right-click and select multiple views, stored procedures or tables and generate one script which could be changed (using SQL Analyzer) to create new objects (search and replace text) with different names. This was a big time saver but I don't know how to do that in...

    SapwizSAP5 pointsBadges:
  • Reporting and Mirrored SQL2005 DB

    Can i access the sql2005 mirrored db via crystal reports for reporting

    Civmailman15 pointsBadges:
  • Virtual machine setup – SQL 2005

    I’m setting up a virtual machine -- SQL 2005 install -- and I want to make a separate drive for the logs and one for the data, but as this is a virtual environment using the same mirrored physical disk, is that advisable?

    BladeMarvel35 pointsBadges:
  • How to move the msdb database to sql 2005

    I have a server running sql 7.0 and I need to move the msdb database to another server running sql 2005. When I try to restore the db from a backup I'm getting a compatability error message. Any suggestions greatly appreciated.

    Bubbanm90 pointsBadges:
  • Address segregation in SQL 2005

    I am working in SQL 2005 and would like to parse an address filed such as "1234 N CLARK ST APT 111 " into seperate fileds like House Number/Street Name/Street Type ie LN ,ST, or Cir/Apartment Number

    Dkrueger40 pointsBadges:
  • SSL on SQL 2005 Express

    Hi, I am attempting to encrypt the connection string to/from my database server. I cannot seem to find guidance on where [what directory] to place the CA certificate. I am working with a Windows Form application that call to the data store. Any assistance will be appreciated.

    ETCGMan40 pointsBadges:
  • How to write Bcp command to insert data in to a table

    Hi, I have a file which contains the data 2:23:3#1:2:4#2:3:5 i have to insert the data in to the table in multiple rows from a single file as #--indicates to be inserted in next row : --indicates next column column1 column2 column3 2 23 3 1 2 4 2 3 5 I need to use BCP. Can any one let me know how...

    GIG240 pointsBadges:
  • SQL SERVEUR 2005 SISS AND WHERE statement

    I create a SSIS to transfer the date from AS/400 TO SQL Server 2005, and it's work fine. when I go to modify it and I add a where statement to choose only the year 2008, I received the following error code 0x80131937

    Sqlbeg5 pointsBadges:
  • Limit SQL Admin Access to a single DB

    I need to set up admin access on a MS SQL server but limit the access to a particular db.

    Cybx10 pointsBadges:
  • Limit admin access to a single database SQL2005

    I want to set up an account similar to sa but limit the rights to a particular db.

    Cybx10 pointsBadges:

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