• SQL Server 2008: Query for names

    Now in SQL Server 2008, is there a way that I can query for names in all tables that contain the column with name. Something along these lines:%myName%

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  • How to calculate previous row value?

    Here is the model I am using: Data: Date Hours Worked FullDay 9/4/2013 7:13:00 No 9/6/2013 10:52:00 Yes 9/7/2013 6:43:00 No 9/10/2013 9:26:00 Yes FullDay column to be updated as 'Yes' if previous day worked hours is at least 8 hours. How can I calculate whether or not the previous row value is...

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  • Administrator privileges in SQL Server 2008

    I recently installed SQL Server 2008 R2 onto my local machine. However, I can't create a new database because I'm getting the following message:CREATE DATABASE PERMISSION DENIEDAfter I saw that message, I tried to switch my administrator privileges but I received this:"User does not have permission...

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  • How to change datetime values in SQL Server?

    I want to present a datetime value without hours, minutes or seconds in SQL Server 2008? Would this code work?Statement @SomeDate datetime = '2013-09-18 16:30:22' select trunc_date(@SomeDate) ----------------------- 2013-09-18 00:00:00.000

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  • Windows Forms and SQL Server 2008 database

    Now, I have created two different things: A local database and a Windows form. With the Windows form (In Server Explorer), I added the database's connection. How can I begin querying it using LING-to-SQL? Thanks!

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  • How to store TOP 2 variables in SQL Server 2008?

    How can I make it so that I can store the top 2 results in 2 variables?create table t(id int); insert into t (id) values (1),(2),(3),(4); declare @id1 int declare @id2 int select top 2 @id1 = first id, @id2 = next id from tIs there a way to make this happen in one query without using a loop?

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  • T-SQL: Split function

    I'm trying to split "1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10" into a table or table variable. Is there a function that returns each number in a row?

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  • I keep receiving an error in SQL Management Studio

    When I'm trying to create several users in SQL Management Studio, I first create them under the server name, followed by the database. However, when I'm trying to log on, I keep getting this error message: A connection was successfully established with the server, but then an error occurred during...

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  • Logging and finding queries in SQL Server 2008

    In SQL Server 2008's activity monitor, I can see the most expensive queries. But my question is if I can actually log this info via Query Analyser? Thanks!

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  • iDB2 connection String permenant solution

    I have a DB2 connection string to our i-Series that works. "DataSource=10.10.10.10;userid=LIVEXML;password=LIVE1;DefaultCollection=DATALIB031;" We have been developing a lot of apps and web services that use this type of connection. My problem is when our i-Series software is upgraded (about every...

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  • SQL Server configuration

    How would I configure SQL Server 2008 R2 to handle 1 million connections?

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  • How to query a SQL Server 2008 database from Outlook

    The purpose of this module is to monitor the activity of Outlook and grab the attachment (. Zip file) for a specific email address and subject line and place it on the server (and create the Server Folder(s) Structure: CompanyName->weekNo.->zip file(s)) I have to mention that we are going to...

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  • SQL query help – SQL Server

    Okay, I hope I can explain my dilemma... I need a SQL select statement that will Select part_number from RCTOOL the column part_number has values such as BR643-0034-344-34 AS54-54689 A77360-3454-34456-4 B7374-343-33-32-356-433-11-1 In each of these cases ALL we want it to return is the values UP to...

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  • SQL server 2005 and 2008 needed on same network. Same machine or seperated?

    Hello there, I have to install both SQL server 2005 and SQL server 2008 in order to use CRM software and a financial software. After chatting with the financial software support & the CRM guys I understood I have to have both versions on my network since each needs its own version of SQL server...

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  • SQL Server 2008 R2 replication

    Good Day. I configure Transactional Replication using SQL Authentication. The subscription account was added to the PAL and it belongs to the Sysadmin group and database_owner role. When I clicked on the VIEW SUBSCRIPTION STATUS and the result shows that the synchronization is working. I also...

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  • SQL server native webservices and PHP

    Hi, I have a SQL server 2008 database and I need to query it from PHP running in a Linux box. I thought that using webservices was our best option. I am trying to use native HTTP SOAP in SQL server. Following some tutorials, I made first an SP USE [Basededatos] GO /****** Object: StoredProcedure...

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  • Creating second instance on SQL Server 2008 cluster

    Hi, I need help to create second instance on SQL 2008 Cluster. I have active/passive Windows 2008 R2 cluster and currently using a default instance of SQL. Most of the blogs mention that installation of new instance is same as the first one and you need to provide IP, network-name and disk...

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  • Unidirectional replication in SQL Server 2008

    Can transactional replication be bidirectional?

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  • Creating service accounts in Windows 7 home edition

    In Mike Hotek's book SQL Server 2008 he gave instructions on how to create service accounts using XP. How do I create these accounts using Windows 7 home edition? Thanks.

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  • Getting 2008 voting data inside Spatial

    When creating a choropleth map, first I must obtain the data. If I have the table of values in my possession, what are the steps for moving the data inside Spatial?

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