• Display Multi-Valued Fields In Views

    I have created an expense reports database where the user may enter the customer’s name when entertainment expenses are customer-related. I also have a hidden field where I create a text list of all customers entered (could possibly be 14 different customers). I can display this multi-valued...

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  • securing sql server database object

    I connect my access project to sql server. Is there as simple way to secure sql server object such as table, view, stored proc from editing or deletion since access let us to edit sql server object directly

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  • How to move a DTS from sql 7 to a server running sql 2005?

    I have several dts packages that are running on a sql 7 server, I need to move them to a server running sql 2005. Any suggestions on how to do this? Thanks

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  • Common User Interface SQL Serve Management Console

    Does anyone know a way to standardize the SQL Serve Management Console so that all of the DBAs will see the same list of servers as we used to have in the SQL 2000 Enterprise Manager?

    Jerry25 pointsBadges:
  • BCP Utility With Additional “INSERT VALUES” Clause

    I've nested 23 separate BCP commands into a single BAT file. Each BCP command pulls data from a separate text file and inserts the data into a single table. Here's the kicker, when inspecting the newly inserted rows in the table, I need to be able to associate each row with the BCP command that...

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  • Impact on TSM backups after an upgrade to SQL Server 2005

    What would the impact be on TSM backups if I undertook a side by side upgrade of SQL Server 2000 SP4 to SQL Server 2005 SP2?

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  • Accessing SQL Server with a Visual Basic application

    I have an application in Visual Basic 6 with SQL Server as the back-end. It is supposed to be run on a server, but it will not access the server when installed and run on a client’s machine. I think it might be a code issue; I have used the following coding at form load: cnh =...

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  • SQL Server Upgrade and Server Move

    I have an old Windows 2000 server running SQL 2000 and need to retire the server and move my SQL databases to a new server. The new server is a fresh install of Windows Server 2003 and SQL Server 2005. I am having a hard time finding a procedure for this complex conversion. Is this something that...

    RussGunther5 pointsBadges:
  • Moving SQL 2005 databases with no downtime between servers

    We have 2 SQL 2005 servers and would like to move the database and the logins and passwords from server to server. I ran backup and restored the full database with no recovery mode which allow me to copy the transaction logs then I transfered the logons and ran sp_change_users_login to associate a...

    Theitman25 pointsBadges:
  • Click Through Report in SSRS

    Hi, I have developed a click through report and scheduled it. When I go to History and see the last instance of the Report, the subreport which comes up is the latest one instead of the History instance. Can you please tell me how to get the subreport of the history instance. Thanks in Advance

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  • Read Only Table

    I create a table in sql server 2k5, the script is look like this: CREATE TABLE [dbo].[tb1PmtD]( [PmtDLU] [int] NOT NULL, [PmtDInvLU] [int] NOT NULL, [PmtDAmount] [money] NOT NULL ) ON [PRIMARY] GO ALTER TABLE [dbo].[tb1PmtD] WITH NOCHECK ADD CONSTRAINT [tb1Pmttb1PmtD] FOREIGN KEY([PmtDLU])...

    Ipong40 pointsBadges:
  • SQL Database Migration Process

    Hello, I would please like to know if someone could help me out with a database migration issue.I have a server and i need to migrate all of my data on my current database to a new database.It seems that the new database might be a little different in structure and the tables generally so i would...

    Absorbed5 pointsBadges:
  • Error message on versioning in SQL Server 2005

    I’ve received this error message on SQL Server 2005: "Version store is full. New version(s) could not be added. A transaction that needs to access the version store may be rolled back. Please refer to BOL on how to configure tempdb for versioning." What exactly is version store, and do I need to...

    SQL Server Ask the Experts2,585 pointsBadges:
  • SQL 2000 and 2005 Offline Table Reindex Determination

    Hello, I have prcessed SQL 2000 offline reindexes in the past for specific tables when there was scheduled downtime, but I was wondering if there is a tool or script that I can run for a specifc SQL database to determine which tables in the database would need to be reindexed. I do not want to...

    Bankerdba5 pointsBadges:
  • Receiving a DOS output with a Visual Basic script in SQL

    I would like to solve this following complex script in SQL by using Visual Basic, either version 5.0 or 6.0. My first table name is tblClient, with fields ClientID and ClientName. My second table name is tblPurchase, with fields ClientID, Item Name, Qty and Price. I would like to pass one SQL query...

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  • Can we use a central database for distributed CRM software?

    Can I implement a central database (Microsoft SQL Server) with distributed CRM application servers in remote locations? Due to large number of Outlook CRM clients, we'd like to try this model of distributing CRM application servers in remote major data centers with a single SQL Server. Thank you.

    CRM Ask the Expert250 pointsBadges:
  • slow outer join after delete rows

    Hi, I've tried this on two installations of SQL Server 2005 service pack 2. If I delete rows of a table, an outer join on the empty table is extremely slow...if I truncate it's ok, if I delete with the tablock hint it's ok. Any ideas why? The code to reproduce this follows, the outer join takes...

    dpaproskijr5 pointsBadges:
  • Running a stored procedure in SQL Query Analyzer or as part of a SQL job

    I have been trying to run a stored procedure in SQL Query Analyzer and as a step in a SQL job. If I run it in Query Analyzer, it takes less than a minute, but it takes considerably longer if it is run as a step. I use SQL Server 2000. Why would there be so big a difference?

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  • SQL Server Error while creating db from DUMP

    Hi, We get the following error while trying to create a new db from a dump which contains the MDF and LDF files. Appreciate if anyone could let me know on what could be the reason for this error. The operating system returned error 38(Reached the end of the file.) to SQL Server during a read at...

    Vidukarth25 pointsBadges:
  • Error accessing Oracle data using SQL job

    I have a DTS package that use the MS OLE DB provider for Oracle. The DTS package executes stand alone; but when placed in a schedule job, it won't run. This was working; but quit after I had detached some databases to copy them. After re-attaching them, the jobs would no longer run. I have logged...

    Randym1,740 pointsBadges:

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