• Calling an Oracle stored procedure in SQL Server

    I need to call an Oracle stored procedure from SQL Server. The stored procedure is written in ANSI SQL. ORCL is my linked server. I am calling ORCL.USER.PROCEDURE P1, P2, P3 and I am getting this error: Could not execute procedure 'PROCEDURE_NAME' on remote server 'ORCL'. [OLE/DB provider...

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  • stored procedure in delphi with oracle

    how to match the datatype of the field that is in database and the datatype of the variable that holds the value of the returned value from database using stored procedure.

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  • How to configure the database instance to respond slowly for any request?

    With default configuration settings at DB instance, the db server is responding quick. For my tests, i want the db server response to be slow. What configuration changes or anything else can be done so that the db instance will respond slowly (atleast take 1 minute time to execute). The request can...

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  • Figuring out the SA password in order to upgrade to SQL Server 2005

    I am upgrading my firm’s legal software to a version that uses SQL Server 2005. We are on a Windows 2003 Small Business Server, and SQL Server was installed before I started at this firm. My new software needs me to login as the System Administrator. I cannot seem to do that, as I do not know...

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  • eMail SQL Server Logs

    I'm new to SQL Server Management Studio...... Is it possible to set it up to eMail Server Logs to myself? Thanks!

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  • Corrupting database in an VB.NET application in SQL Server 2005

    I have a application in VB.NET with SQL Server 2005 Express Edition. In the last few days, the database is continuously corrupting. I repair it, but the problem continues. I revise my code, but I can't find transactions errors that could produce the problems. Do you have any general ideas?

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  • issue sp_helprotect

    if i give sp_helprotect on one table. it shows the list of access few tables permissions including given table. can i know why it is happens

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  • Moving data from one DB to another DB in SQL Server 2005

    Hi all I got formula to calucalate Row_size of a table Row_Size = Fixed_Data_Size + Variable_Data_Size + Null_Bitmap + 4 Fixed_Data_Size = total byte size of all fixed-length columns Variable_Data_Size = 2 + (Num_Variable_Cols x 2) + Max_Var_Size Num_Variable_Cols = number of variable-length...

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  • Index Strategy for existing SQL Server 2005 project

    Hi All I Newly joined with new Project,My Boss told me that Create Index strategy document which in excisting Project. I don't where to start. I prepared some documents which is basically saying about Index recomandation,When we have to creat Indexes,and so other stuff which is finding most used...

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  • CPYTOIMPF – SQL ERROR

    I am using CPYTOIMPF to copy AS400 database file to another AS400 database to get the receiver file in .csv format to download to a pc folder. I get a SQL error " Error occured in SQL Call Level Interface. Function sequence error." Does anyone know what this error means? I know that my receiver...

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  • SBS 2003, SQL Server 2005 and database mirroring

    Hello! I m trying to get db mirroring to work between two sbs 2003 premium based sql (2005) servers. Am I just plain stupid or did I miss sth? And please dont tell me about traceflags becaouse they dont seem to have an effect on my ... problem? Perhaps I came out as a bastard but Im in a realy bad...

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  • SQL Server 2000 Enterprise Edition upgraded to SQL 2005

    I am researching different Hosting companies with dedicated servers that we can look at moving to. I need to know some information when I am looking at these different companies about the SQL server. We are currently running SQL Server Enterprise 2000. I have seen that the companies are offering...

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  • Error when restoring a SQL Server 2005 database

    Every time I restore one of my SQL Server 2005 databases to a point in time, my log shipping restore job fails on my secondary server. Any ideas on how to correct this?

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  • Assigning data distributions to SQL Server 2005 databases

    In SQL Server 2005, we have two databases. We want the first one to store tables, and the second one to store views of the tables in the first one. We have achieved this if the tables and views are in the same database, but is there a way to do it with two?

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  • Joining Tables in SQL Server

    What is the difference between Outerjoin and Left outerjoin.

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  • SSRS Performance

    I Have created an SSRS Report for retrieving 55000 records using a Stored Procedure.When Executing from SP it is taking just 3 Seconds but when executing from SSRS report It is taking more than one Minuits.How i can solve this problem?

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  • SQL Column Headings

    When I run an SQL statement the column headings I see are the field names. When any of the other members of our team run the same statement they get the field descriptions as column headings. I have compared user profiles and there are no differences. Is there some other place that this setting is...

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  • SQL Stored Procedure

    I need to create a stored procedure with an input parameter of member name to create an Alias, select all the data in the member then drop the Alias. This procdure wil be called by 3rd party software using an odbc connection.

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  • SQL Server – where clause

    When I execute query like below select * from A where bb in ('1','2','3') That is very fast. not a problem. But in procedure first, if I make a "B" table with '1','2','3' and join with A table like below, select * from a a , B b where a.xx = b.xx and than it is very slow. Do you know why and how to...

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  • How to use SQL triggers to log errors in a SQL table?

    How to log errors in sql table using sql triggers

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