• Shrinking a SQL Server database

    My problem is regarding SQL Server 2000. Whenever I try to access SQL Server Enterprise Manager, I am told that the disk is full, along with the tempdb log. I tried to shrink the database, but for some reason I am not able to do so. Can you help me?

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  • Send a email with attachment?

    How do I send a email with attachment in a sql script using SQL2000

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  • Virtual machine setup – SQL 2005

    I’m setting up a virtual machine -- SQL 2005 install -- and I want to make a separate drive for the logs and one for the data, but as this is a virtual environment using the same mirrored physical disk, is that advisable?

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  • Taking a backup of a running site on a SQL Server

    How can you take a backup of a running site on a SQL Server?

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  • The hierarchyid data type in SQL Server 2008

    In regards to the hierarchyid data type in SQL Server 2008, what is the solution if the parent node gets deleted?

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  • SQL Server user instance error

    Generating user instances in SQL Server is disabled. Use sp_configure 'user instances enabled' to generate user instances." idon't know how to solve it

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  • A Smart Developer

    I have been out of touch from VB Programming for a long long time. In front of me is a task and I am ambitious about doing it in a quick & smart way. I work for a small businessman (a shop keeper) who buys Steel wireropes from wholesalers & sells it as a retailer. Currently he has a manual (cash...

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  • Stored Procedures, One Database, Different Software Releases

    Hi Everyone. Currently at my work we use SQL in our VB.NET code. I have previously always used stored procedures for all of their benefits. My company has said that our customers might use different versions of our software against its one database. For example: While a customer is migrating from...

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  • SQL Server 2005 query to get the average

    Hi, I'm using MSSql 2005 on Windows 2003 Server. I need some assistance to write a query to get the average of two columns and write the value to a third coulmn. All the transactions is in one table. Basically it is column 1 + column 2 devide by two = column 3 Thank you, George

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  • SQL Server data purging

    I hv a trans tbl and want to keep the records to be purged on Tape/Media and read the data from there whenever required? I want to know, Is that possible to read data from the tape ? if so, then how to do it, neee help

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  • Crystal Reports 10

    How To get first record means last entry record of a from crystal report 10

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  • SSIS and Microsoft Excel

    I have a road block that I need to find a work around for. I work on a system where the Databases reside on a soley database server (SQL 2005). I need to run a stored procedure on a nightly basis and export the results into a template excel file and put out on shares. Sounds simple right? Here's...

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  • SQL Server 2005 SP2 backup failing

    This is my first post and thanks in advance for any replies. I have a backup that failed midway (about 120G of 230G) into the backup twice in the last 2 weeks. Each time, the first error that gets reported in the Application log has been, "BackupMedium::ReportIoError: write failure on backup device...

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  • Website and database connection

    can anybody tell me how to connect the MS sql database with the jsp pages....I got the ip address and username with the password...I know how to connect it in a local system...but I dont know how to connect it with the database in the web server....Please help me to solve this matter

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  • What are basic differences between SQL Server 2000 and 2005

    What is the Basic difference between SQL 2000 and 2005, thanks

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  • Explain Stored Procedures in AS/400

    Hi, Can any one please explain me 1.What is stored procedures in AS/400. 2.What is the use of Stored Procedure 3.Please give me small example how to code stored procedures in AS/400 4.What is the object type of Stored procedures 5. How can we code stored Procedures and how can we call it. and main...

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  • Server 2003 memory performance configuration

    We have a SQL application running in an n-tier environment. Some of the users are complaining about application performance. I am going through the environment looking at all of the elements involved in processing this application. The information below shows all of the server systems involved in...

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  • PL/SQL: How to check address NOT NULL but can take -(hyphen) instead being NULL

    Hi Experts, How can we make a check on an attribute not null but can take - rather I have address 3 which can't take null instead - would be fine how this can be check n PL/SQL procedure I can check IF address 3 IS NULL THEN ... END IF But i want to test with test case tat it can't take NULL but...

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  • Installing SQL Server 2005 Enterprise Manager in Windows XP Pro

    how to install SQL 2005 enterprise manager in XP professional.. When I am trying to install it, it is giving me IIS errors

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  • SQL Server 2008 Export data problem

    Hi I'm trying to get used to sql server 2008 having been forced to upgrade by my isp. I need to back up my key db on a weekly remote schedule, so have been trying to use ssms to export data from my remote db to a local copy. Firstly I created a new empty db on the local machine. Then I scripted the...

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