• SQL reporting

    I am using sql server 2005. I have a report with 2 columns.one for report name and the other for status.I want that when a user clicks on a report's status column,the corresponding report should be opened. i am using the following code in the navigation tab-->jump to report....

    SFD15 pointsBadges:
  • SQL Server 2005 permissions required by public

    Our security madates that ALL object permissions be removed from"public". After doing that, no one can see their tables or do anything. What are the absolutly NEEDED permissions required by public (Execute, Select, etc.)?

    VelameLaCosa110 pointsBadges:
  • SQL Server 2005 Reporting Services Move

    I am trying to move an entire report server to a different server. When I move the databases and config files all of my shared data sources do not have a connection string and credentials in them. How can I move SSRS data sources with connections strings and credentials to another server?

    Rick Martinez585 pointsBadges:
  • SQL server 2005 vs. SQL server 2008

    What is the benefits of SQL server 2008 over 2005 (version 3.5 over 2.0)?

    Ryzawack15 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:
  • Running scripts in SQL Server 2005

    How can I run scripts in SQL Server 2005?

    SQL Server Ask the Experts2,585 pointsBadges:
  • Resolving all losing conflicts-Merge Replication in SQL Server 2005 and 2000

    The application I support uses SQL Server 2005 as the publisher and SQL Server 2000 at the subscriber. One of our clients went nuts trying to prune his database and deleted a year and a half of sales data. Unfortunately I did not have a backup, but I did have an old copy of the db. I manually...

    SQLFish5 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:
  • SQL Server 2005 Enterprise Edition SP3 Performance

    We have SQL SERVER 2005 SP3 Enterprise 32-bit running on a windows server 2003 Enterprise 32-bit with 32GB of RAM and 8 dual core processors. Our CPU, RAM, and I/O are always through the roof and the application is always running slow. We use AWE for buffer cache the maximum memory is 28GB, the...

    Rick Martinez585 pointsBadges:
  • Cost to Upgrade to SQL Server 2008 R2

    How much will it cost to upgrade from SQL 2005 to the 2008 R2?

    ITKE350,790 pointsBadges:
  • Upgrading for database structure

    hello everyone  Maybe my previous question was not the correct question to ask. I am in the middle of making an application upgrade which includes DB structure upgrade with keeping Data "data loss is not accepted here". I have a complex DB structure in my application which depends "in some...

    Mshafie70 pointsBadges:
  • DBCCShrinkDatabase as Security Cleanup Measure?

    Recently a private document wasposted to a publicly accessible SharePoint site. The file was deleted and removed from the search index by running an intermediate crawl of the content database. Now the client wants to shrink the database, which is just under a 1Tb in size and sits on a SAN, claiming...

    KansasCoder40 pointsBadges:
  • SQL SERVER 2005 Storage Performance

    We have an IBM server xSeries 460 with a QLogic FC HBA card 4gb on the server with a PCI-X 266MHz bus speed (16 CPU 667MHz FSB, 32GB RAM). The HBA card connects to a Brocade 5000 switch then to the SAN Controller then to a Cisco 9124 Switch then to SAN Drives all through FC. On the IBM server we...

    Rick Martinez585 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:
  • How do you set a SQL Server job step status?

    I am running SQL Server 2005. I have a job that has six steps to load a database table from an external source. The external source is required to send the file nightly. In system testing I found this is not always the case. I created a batch 'step' (Step 3) to check if the file has been sent (see...

    Redwine20 pointsBadges:
  • Stored Procedures in SQL Server 2005

    Will you please explain me about Stored Procedures in Sql server 2005

    Rajanarina110 pointsBadges:
  • Adding another level of security to SQL 2005 database

    We have a SQL 2005 Database. It is protected by Windows Authentication. Can we add another level of security - requiring a SQL username and password along with a valid user name and password on the domain?

    NewnanIT1,110 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:

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