• Restoring SQL Server 2000 database

    I want to restore a database in SQL Server 2000, using a specific name. I tried restoring it using Enterprise Manager, but kept getting the error 'You must select a backup set to restore'. Why is this and how do I resolve it?

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  • LAZY WRITER Process

    Hi, We have Database production server with following configuration: Model: HP DL 585 G5 RAM: 64 GB Processors: Intel Xeon (R) CPU E7320 @ 2.13 GHz (16 processors) OS: Windows 2003 Server R2, SP2 SQL Server 2005 with SP2 LAZY WRITER 16 Process is running continuously, daily we will have to restart...

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  • Query error when using application role with ADO connection

    I am developing an application with an ADO connection. I need to run a query on two different databases on the same server using an application role. When I run the query I get an error \domainusername does not have a logon on database (referring to the second database). Is there any way around it?...

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  • Error when upgrading SQL Server 2000 to SQL Server 2005

    I am upgrading SQL Server from 2000 to 2005. While upgrading I have received the below mentioned error. Kindly review and advise me on this. By the way, I have sufficient disk space on my server. "TITLE: Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Setup SQL Server Setup has encountered the following problem:...

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  • SQL Server error message ‘Could not find the index entry for RID ’1628000000a412030044160000869a0000040000′ in the database

    I'm getting the error 'Could not find the index entry for RID '1628000000a412030044160000869a0000040000' in the database. The table is a very big table and lots of transactions are happening every minute. Please let me know what would be the possible cause and solution for this problem.

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  • Can’t Install SQL Server 2000 on Window XP SP2

    I try to install SQL Server 2000 on Window XP SP2, but there is an error message mean "OS not support.". What should I do? How can I install SQL Server 2000 on Window XP SP2? Please, give me the best and detail answer. Thanks.

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  • New user permission to SQL server

    Hi all, I have created a new local user on the sql server. Now when i access the sql enterprise server, it fails and gives error as " login failed to user, check SQL registration properties. Thank you.

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  • Great Plains 8 ODBC Error (45)

    This just started today, Great Plains has been working for a good time now. I get first error message when logging on " A get/change first operation on table 'tablename' (45)." And then when you click on More Info... it says "[Microsoft][ODBC SQL Server Driver][SQL Server]Database'Databasename' is...

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  • unable to modify field in SQL Server 2005

    I have a database that was working perfectly on SQL 2000. We moved the data to SQL 2005. Now when our program accessing the SQL 2005 Server we get "Field 'optional' cannot modify." The Field optional is a bit field. The program is able to modify other tables in the database. It just won't modify...

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  • SQL Server – Is there a formula for determining what identity range to set?

    We have been struggling with exhausting our range and get the following error: The Publisher failed to allocate a new set of identity ranges for the subscription. This can occur when a Publisher or a republishing Subscriber has run out of identity ranges to allocate to its own Subscribers or when...

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  • Need help with running an external SQL query from within VB.Net code.

    Hi all, I'm in a bit of a bind and new to SQL. I have built a DB using the SQL Manager and it works perfectly in my code. I have used SQL Manager to build the SQL to rebuild my DB as I want to use it in my VB.Net code. When I execute this SQL in the SQL management studio it works 100 %. When I...

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  • sqlevn70.rll error

    "Your SQL server installation is either corrupt or has been tampered with (Could not open SQLEVN70.RLL). <I have been getting this error during bootup since i cleaned my registry and messed with startup programs. im still learning so basic instructions would be appreciated.

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