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    How can I save query results into .xls format directly from Microsoft SQL server Management studio?

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    I am trying to begin database mirroring in SQL Server 2005. I have Service Pack 2 installed, and I have three instances running. When I attempt to start mirroring, I receive the error message, “One or more of the server network addresses lacks a fully qualified domain name.” My network...

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  • BCP and SQL2005 collation issues

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  • Oracle to SQL Server Migration – User Defined data types

    Oracle database has two user defined types as the following: CREATE OR REPLACE type arrayType1 is table of int CREATE OR REPLACE type arrayType2 is table of varchar2(255) How do we represent these in SQL Server 2005?!! (Note: Microsoft SSMA fails to migrate these) Thanks

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  • What are the benefits of SQL Server 2005 over SQL Server 2000?

    If i am satisfied with SQL 2000 then why I should go for SQL 2005

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  • SQL server – Stocks Data -How to Push Data To Client Application

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  • Oracle to SQL Server Migration – CURSOR type conversion

    When I migrated a small database from Oracle to SQL Server using Microsoft SSMA, it converted CURSOR types to varchar(8000) **SSMA Warning** O2SS0259:CURSOR type was converted to varchar(8000) ** Do we just leave this as is or does it require attention. Thanks.

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  • SQL 2005 to .XML

    How do I automate 2 sql servers to replicate .xml files

    Camofa5 pointsBadges:
  • sql server 2005 slow

    Several times during the day SQL Server 2005 Express is becoming very very slow (actually freezes), even if there was no activitry at all. After restart it is normal again for a couple of hours, then freezes again.

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  • ASP.net profile object

    I attempted to use the profile object as described in a training video; however when I hit f5(to execute the app in debug mode) the browser begins to opens up but I end up with the debugger telling me it cannot open SQL Server. According to the video the Profile object will default to "string" if...

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  • Setting up failover notifications in SQL Server 2005 cluster

    We are new to clustering. We have recently successfully implemented a four-node (active/passive config) SQL Server 2005 cluster. How can I be automatically notified when a node within the cluster fails over to the passive standby or other node within the cluster? Thanks, JGalt

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  • Command to display virtual nodes hosted by a physical server.

    We have a four node (N+1)SQL 2005 cluster. From a DOS prompt, is there a command that can be run on each of the physical servers that will show you if it is hosting one of the virtual nodes of the cluster?

    JohnGalt35 pointsBadges:
  • Error message in Query Analyzer on SQL Server 2005

    I am trying to run the following command in Query Analyzer on SQL Server 2005: use temp alter user [MY-LP79EFIWXO93login_a] with login = [MY-LP79EFIWXO93login_b] However, I keep receiving this error: Msg 102, Level 15, State 1, Line 3 Incorrect syntax near 'login'. Why might this be?

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  • i5/OS vs MS sequel server 2005

    The powers that be would like to replace our 20 year old i5 home grown billing system with a .NET solution (partial) over MS SQL Server 2005. How do we convince the powers that be to keep & improve what they have or should we just surrender and start taking .NET classes?

    Soooyeah5 pointsBadges:
  • How to create new ramco test server?

    Plz help me,when i restore my sql database with ramco backup then my database is restore but problem is that front-end not lounch in my system.

    Amitshukla60 pointsBadges:
  • Can’t Upgrade to SQL Server 2005

    I am trying to upgrade a SQL Server 2000 SP4 standared edition running on 64bit Windows 2003 to SQL 2005. Since I am trying to upgrade, I am updating the Default instance. After selecting default instance, the wizard takes you to what components to upgrade; but the Database services is locked so it...

    Randym1,740 pointsBadges:
  • Receiving an error in Quality Assurance on SQL Server 2005

    I am trying to run the following command in Quality Assurance on SQL Server 2005: use temp alter user [MY-LP79EFIWXO93login_a] with login = [MY-LP79EFIWXO93login_b] However, I keep receiving this error: Msg 102, Level 15, State 1, Line 3 Incorrect syntax near 'login'. Do you have...

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  • Copying a database from SQL Server 2000 to SQL Server 2005

    I am using the Copy Database Wizard to copy a database from SQL Server 2000 to SQL Server 2005. I gave it the data file path on the source server (ex. \SOURCEDBC$Program FilesMicrosoft SQL ServerMSSQLData), but it returns an error when I attempt to execute the package ("Access to the path...

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  • problem with sys.endpoints

    Hi, I have ms sql database created in 7.0; I had shift all the data files to a different server where ms sql 2005 is installed. I was able to start sql server from the 7.0 database by specifying the startup parameters. But when I try to connect thru sql mgmt. studio I am getting the "object not...

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  • SQL client number

    If I have 500 clients in an environment, does that mean I need 20 servers with SQL 2005 Enterprise--each with only 25 client availability?

    Cnotejunebug20 pointsBadges:

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