• Calling an Oracle stored procedure from SQL Server

    Is it possible to call an Oracle stored procedure from SQL Server?

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  • 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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  • SQL Server as SAP BW database

    I'm looking for resources on using SQL Server has the BI/BW database.  Benchmarking information would be helpful.

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  • Passing an array into a Stored Procedure

    Is there a possibility of passing an array into a Stored procedure? I'm using Java and SQL Server 2000.

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  • Defrag SQL Database

    To my understanding, a normal defrag application will not defrag a SQL database. How would this be done, how would you defrag a SQL database? What applications could you use and/or what commands would you use? Kind Thanks.

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  • Calling a SQL Server 05 Stored Procedure from Oracle

    Is it possible to call a SQL Server 2005 stored procedure from Oracle? If the sp is called get_item_desc and has one input parameter (item_id), what might this call look like? Any help most appreciated!

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  • How can we use SQL 2000 or latest with Visual FoxPro

    Hello Friends I want use SQL in visual foxprox. How can I do it? I ready many website, but all answer not fully cleared. Please send me solutions. My Computer (SQL Server 2005 and Coputer Name) name is SEMSVR. Waiting your reply.

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  • How can I call a trigger in a SQL Server stored procedure?

    How can I call a trigger in a SQL Server stored procedure?

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  • Calling an Oracle stored procedure in Java

    In my Oracle database, I have this stored procedure: procedure getInfo ( p_ids IN IDS_TABLE, p_details OUT cursor ) Here's what the IDS_TABLE means: create or replace type IDS_TABLE as table of IDS create or replace type IDS as object ( id1 NUMBER, id2 NUMBER, id3 NUMBER ) Would it be possible for...

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  • What’s the easiest way to test an Oracle stored procedure?

    We've been working on an ASP.NET project that's using an Oracle database. We've been using TOAD to add and manage stored procedures. This is where the problem lies....we're having too much trouble testing an Oracle stored procedure. Here's an example of one of our stored procedures: CREATE OR...

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  • SQL question

    One table named as employee has 3 columns (name, salary, department). I need to retrieve the employees whose salary is greater than average salary of their department. that is name    salary   department iioo      10000    Technical aaaa    15000     HR pppp    17000    ...

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  • Database Views in SQL Server

    When I open database expert and open a new DB connection, only tables and stored procedures are shown. How do I get views to show? And yes, I did select views under options/database.

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  • Adding a password to a SQL Server 2005 database

    We are moving our Microsoft Access database to SQL Server 2005, and the Access database has password protection. How can you add a password to a database in SQL Server 2005?

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  • convert SQL datetime to date only

    Using SQL, how can I convert a data in a datetime field to a date only data? When I run a job to collect data, I use the getdate() function that returns the date and time. I want to then convert this to the same date but with a time of 00:00:00. Please advise. Thanks! ~Gina

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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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  • How to implement crosstab query in Access?

    How to implement crosstab query

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  • Impact on application after upgrade from SQL Server 2005 to SQL Server 2008?

    What would be impact/changes to be done in my application which is using general SQL for upgradation from SQL Server 2005 to SQL Server 2008 ?

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  • How can Systems Center help with uptime, availability and performance of SQL Server instances and Exchange mailbox servers?

    We are particularly concerned with the uptime, availability, and performance of SQL Server instances and our Exchange Mailbox Servers. How can Systems Center help me with this? This question was asked during the Microsoft System Center live chat on IT Knowledge Exchange in January 2010.

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  • Invalid String or buffer length ERROR in SQL Server 2005

    I am trying to connect to SQL Server 2005 express edition using JDBCODBC bridge driver. I have succesfuly configured the data source but when I use DriverManager.getConnection("jdbc:odbc:sql")-->SQL is the data source name. I catch this Exception. Many thanks in advance.

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  • Backing up and copying a database across SQL Servers

    I have SQL Sever 2005 on both servers A and B, although I do not have SQL Studio Manager on server A. I would like to backup a SQL database from server B onto server A, and then copy it over to server B and restore it to the same database. How would I go about doing this?

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