• SQL programming

    If I have info about clients on my server is it possible to program SQL to send only certain parts to certain people who all require different information to save me typing it in manually every time. Much like a price comparison website. Also is it possible to access my database from outside the...

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  • SQL Server 2000 connection to multiple databases using variables

    I have a fairly simple select statement that joins three tables from two SQL Server 2000 databases. It works fine, but now I need to run the stored procedure against different servers, so my hardcoded reference to the second database (currently coded as "secondDB.tableName.columnName") needs to be...

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  • Is it possible to copy system DBs to another server?

    Hi, I am at total lost at trying to copy system db(master, model, distribution, etc) from a 2005 server on one machine to another 2005 server on a different machine, so all the logins, job, etc are also copied to the new server. I have tried to google this problem and am at a lost to how to do...

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  • Creating XML file using SQL Server 2005

    How to create a xml file using sql server 2005? what are all the steps to do for this?

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  • MIgration to 64-bit Sql Server

    What issues do I face with database file compatibility if I migrate from 32-bit SQL Server 2000 to 64-bit SQL Server 2005?

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  • Deleting a SQL Server with a common name

    How can we delete a SQL Server named "instance" when more than one item named "instance" is present?

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  • Implementing indexed views on a SQL Server

    How can I implement indexed views on our SQL Server? Is there an example that shows how they would improve query performance?

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  • Producing a nightly tab delineated file for a SQL Server database

    I wish to produce a nightly tab delineated file, based on a recordset, for our SQL Server database. How could I program this to be produced at a specific time each night?

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  • Analyzing Existing Indexes

    Hello, I am trying to analyze existing indexes on few tables. I think I can do this by using system views like sys.db_dm_index_usagestats, physicalstats and operationalstats. I am here trying to figure out disk space used by each index, I/O stats ,fragmentation etc I am wondering if ,Apart these...

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  • Improving the performance of full-text searches in SQL Server 2005

    Why does a full-text search perform so slowly in SQL Server 2005? How can i improve the performance, in general, of query results ?

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  • SQL Server 2000 (Performance Trace)

    Hi All, I have a job which is running since last 6 months. The job was taking around 2-3 hrs to be completed. However, for the last couple of weeks, its taking more than required time (Max-26 hours)and we have to kill the job for users to acces the database. I am not able to find any clue to it. I...

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  • LSXODBC and MS-SQL Stored Procedure Parameters

    Using LSXODBC and ODBCResultSet, how do you pass parameters to a stored procedure using result.Execute or result.ExecProcedure? I am looking for a working example not just syntax.

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  • Using answer as criteria in sql server

    I have a table that has a demand order and a supply order I want to search for a order in the demand order column it may have more than one supply order and then I want it to look to see if that/those supply order is in the demand column and if it is get the supply orders and so on. So essentially...

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  • Accessing an SQL 2005 Synonym with ODBC

    Is there a way to link to a synonym in SQL 2005 using ODBC and MS Access?

    Randym1,740 pointsBadges:
  • SQL 2005 and Security Account Delegation

    I read this feature for SQL2000 SP3 but I wonder if this is still valid for SQL2005 or, if it has changed which is the new feature that enables to retain the authentication credentials of the original client.

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  • Windows XP power settings not staying…

    The setup: Server: Windows server 2003. Workstations: Windows XP Mandatory roaming profiles. All computers login as the same user. I do not want the computers to go into standby or hibernate or turn off the monitor. I have configured mandatory profiles, set the workstations into 'Presentation'...

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  • netgear storage with sql7

    i have a database stored in my netgear storage central. When I start my PC, it runs sql7 BEFORE the drivers for the Netgear, so my database can not be found. What can I do ?

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  • Tracking Table Changes SQL Server 2005

    Is there a SQL Server 2005 script that would give all the table_names in a database, the last time they were updated and by whom? I've gotten as far as: select name, modify_date from sys.tables order by name but I can't figure out the "user" part.

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  • How to create a temporary table in sql 2005 via SSIS

    I need to load a flat file into a temporary table. So I need to know how to step by step how to in SSIS "Data Flow Task" create a temporary table, load one col from the flat file to the temporary table along with the date it was loaded. I will then use the temporary table to delete from another...

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  • Connect SQL Server 2005 Express db to Visual Basic 2005 Express

    I get an error "Generating user instances in SQL Server is disabled. Use sp_configure 'user instances enabled' to generate user instances. I run the store procedure on SQL Server and it looks like it worked, but "Test Connection" gives me the same error. What can I do to resolve this error?

    Dhanson20 pointsBadges:

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