• How do I INSERT records into AS400 DB2 file from SQL server?

    I can pull data from AS400 to SQL but cannot get my command on the SQL server to push the data back.  This is a very small process, I only need an item number and date. Also, the date on the SQL db is "datetime".  I'll need to convert that to a more recognizable date field to put in the AS400...

    Normap2275 pointsBadges:
  • Cannot forward events from SQL Server 2005

    I'm trying to forward events from SQL Server 2005 SP3 to a different server, but the only server I can select is the local server.  What must I do to see other servers in the Event Forwarding Server drop-down box?

    Bmajor5 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:
  • Improve performance on Insert rows into DB2 400 table from SQL server

    Using INSERT OPENQUERY and a linked server on SQL Svr 2005, to insert rows to DB2 table on AS400. To a local AS400 runs very quickly. Performance on a remote 400 is very slow, and seems to be out of proportion to the change in line speed. Is there anyway to improve the performance for Inserts to...

    Code2live55 pointsBadges:
  • SQL SERVER 2005 Database Options

    We have a database in production that is 500GB, what are the pros and cons for setting the "Page Verify" option to "NONE" on the database for best performance? How will "TORN_PAGE_DETECTION" and "CHECKSUM" affect performance?

    Rick Martinez585 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:
  • Rolling back a SQL server 2005 database.

    We need to roll back a copy of our database 5 hours. We are running sql 2005 on a windows 2003 server. How can we do this? We do not want to effect production data but want to report against the 5 hour old data.

    Karl Gechlik9,860 pointsBadges:
  • Web Hosting strategy – NAT’ing and ARR

    I'm looking to develop a new strategy for our web hosting farm. Currently I've got  set of standalone IIS 6 web servers and sql 2005 database servers sitting in a network behind a kerio winroute proxy (which handles our nat'ing and intrusion prevention and VPN to our office location) which in turn...

    Phil4mat5 pointsBadges:
  • After Patch Installation Documentation / Checklist

    just wondering once you guys patch windows servers (any type), SQL server, windows xp or even as400, do you guys come out with a checklist or a document to show that the patch has been installed on the servers?

    jinteik17,600 pointsBadges:
  • Why does SQL server use no more than 500MB in RAM?

    Why does sql server use no more than 500mb in ram? We have sql server 2005 running on server 2003 32bit with 32GB of ram and in the task manager under processes, Mem Usage sqlservr.exe is only using 430, 268 K. SQL Server min memory is set to use 25GB and max is set to use 29GB. Our database is...

    Rick Martinez585 pointsBadges:
  • SQL Server 2005

    Is user cloning the only way to use windows authentication in sql server?

    Kingjah15 pointsBadges:
  • SQL Server Profiler

    What numbers are considered high when using sql server profiler for reads, writes, and duration

    Rick Martinez585 pointsBadges:
  • Disaster recovery for SQL 2005

    How can we setup a disaster recovery sql server? We are running SQL 2005 on a 2003 box. We need a real time exact replica we can switch to?

    NewnanIT1,110 pointsBadges:
  • Upgrading from SQL Server 2000 to SQL Server 2005

    We want to upgrade our SQL Server 2000 to SQL 2005. What should we watch out for and what is the actual procedure for the upgrade? Will it require another server or can the upgrade be done in place?

    NewnanIT1,110 pointsBadges:
  • SQL Server 2005 Express

    Hi, Is it worthwhile to schedule optimisation job (update stats and rebuild index) on another server so it can be run on a database that was created on SQL Server 2005 Express from an application installation? I know it is probably a good idea to atleast change the autogrowth setting from 1MB but...

    Db23290 pointsBadges:
  • SQL Server I/O

    Hello, we have a database that contains three tables. Each table has more than 25,000,000 rows in them. All three tables are in the same file group, array, and drive. Our daily Avg physical I/O is 1,000,000. Our users are complaining that the system is slow daily. Everytime a user writes to any of...

    Rick Martinez585 pointsBadges:
  • Migrate MYSql database to SQL 2005

    We are looking to migrate from MySql to a full blown iteration of SQL 2005. Are there tools in place that will allow us to migrate our data and tables or are we on our own for getting our data into the MS database?

    Karl Gechlik9,860 pointsBadges:
  • Avoid duplicate entry in database through Visual Basic 2005

    I have made a program in VB 2005 with SQL2005 as back end. In the data base there are three fields which are unique id of a person. I want to display "Already Exist" message box when i enter an already existing id. matching all three fields and not allow duplicate entry.

    Sukas10 pointsBadges:
  • Log of stored procedures run on my SQL 2005 box.

    How can I tell who ran which stored procedure on our SQL 2005 server and at what time? Can we see if one stored procedure called other stored procedures there as well? Can we enable verbose logging somehow as well for more data?

    Karl Gechlik9,860 pointsBadges:

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