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  • How to check Max Worker Threads in SQL Server 2005

    We've had a few performance incidents in SQL Server 2005 and I want to check the Max Worker Threads. Would someone explain how to return that? Thanks. Moderator Note: This is a user submitted question

    BrentSheets6,875 pointsBadges:
  • Setting up SQL Server 2005 memory

    My SQL 2005 Enterprise Edition SP1 on server 2003 Enterprise SP2 has 12GB memory. I set min memory 10MB,10GB for max memory and set 'lock page on memory', but Task Manager show only 4.50GB only and performance monitor show SQL server manager - total memory on 4GB. Expert: Do I setup memory wrong?

    Maylee6330 pointsBadges:
  • error in creating new database using sql server

    I enter as the administrator, and when creating a new database a message always appear stating that permission denied in database master! what shall i do?

    Ladylynn15 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...

    Ncs5 pointsBadges:
  • Can two separate cursors update the same SQL table when executed together?

    I have three tables. Table One is a master table which contains rows which need to be updated with data from the other two tables (I'll call them Table Two and Table Three). I have created a cursor which updates existing rows in Table One with data from Table Two. This works fine, and following the...

    MrRussellWebb5 pointsBadges:
  • Trouble installing SQL Server 2005

    I have installed SQL2005 as default instance on a server that already has 2000 as the default. how can I remove sql2005 safely and reinstall 2005 as a named server.

    Pmister5 pointsBadges:
  • Running Profiler, an update statement show reads but no writes?

    Example: last 3 columns are write, rowcount,reads [table] [tbody] [tr] [td]75072[/td] [td]SQL:StmtCompleted[/td] [td]UPDATE UserHdr SET LastActivity = '29-Aug-2010 01:23:24 AM' WHERE UserKey = 'M'[/td] [td]205[/td] [td]2010-08-29 01:23:24.393[/td] [td]The FactorSoft Program[/td] [td]12695[/td]...

    Manodak15 pointsBadges:
  • SQL Server 2005 System Report

    I need some ideas of how to create a SQL Server System Report, i.e. how much memory has been consumed, how much time was taken in a job run? Can some one provide me an example, please? Thanx.

    RonitReno25 pointsBadges:
  • bulk update query using sql server

    Hi , We need a way using sql server  for updating more than one rows at a time . Thanks , Pramod.  

    Pramoda5 pointsBadges:
  • Permission to Export SQL Server 2005

    On SQL Server 2005, what is the minimum permission needed to allow a user to export tables from one database server to another server? Permission on SOURCE=? Permission on DESTINATION=?

    VelameLaCosa110 pointsBadges:
  • SQL 2005 transaction logs

    At what point should we truncate the transaction log

    Hydrostani20 pointsBadges:
  • SQL Server Reporting services

    I am trying to add a field that has different values.I need to add them to get a total number .Example: Lesson num field contains value 1245,3467,6754,9987,4089 I need to add them to get a total of 5.

    Hydrostani20 pointsBadges:
  • Fulltext Search – SQL Server 2005 SP2

    I am new to the SQL Server 2005 Fulltext search technology and I have not tried it yet myself. I would like to ask about availability of a feature which is provided for example by the Oracle Text technology which is indexing documents using FTP protocol. I have various formats of text documents...

    Repo5 pointsBadges:
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