• cube data fails to display

    Working through the Foodmart 2000 sample sales cube in SQL Analysis Manager, all goes smoothly but at the end data does not display. The error message is "unspecified error", unable to browse the cube. This is the Sales cube created with the Quickstart example on Foodmart 2000.mdb.

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  • unable to attach sample database in SQL 2005

    Hi, I installed SQL server 2000 and SQL 2000 SP4. Than I installed SQL Server 2005. But when I am trying to attach the AdventureWorks Sample database, I am getting the following error: TITLE: Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio ------------------------------ An error occurred when attaching the...

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  • datamining SQL with access

    I have been asked by the sales department to datamine our SQL database and pull the names and e-mails of all our guests for the last few years for a contact list. I am new to SQL but have worked with access in the past. Using access, how do I set things up so that access will see the database...

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  • Linked Servers????

    Hi everybody, I'm an IT student and i'm doing professional practices. A simple project was assigned to me. This company uses SMS to collect information of all his PC's and stores this information in a MSSQL database. A manager checks this information and fills another database located in another...

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  • Optimizing Query

    Hi, I am having a table which is having around 170 Columns(Don't blame me but my Developer) and there are only 989 records in the table.I created all sorts of Indexes but still the query (Select * from Table) takes almost 2 mins to display 989 records.I need all the columns to be displayed.Is there...

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  • Archiving databases on SQL Server 2000

    Could you help me to estimate how long it takes to archive 400 GB records from one of our test databases located on SQL Server 2000? Also, what would be the best approach?

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  • Database migration from SQL Server 2000 to SQL Server 2005

    I am attempting to migrate a database from SQL Server 2000 to SQL Server 2005; the size of the database is almost in terabytes. During migration, I would like to interact with the database on the SQL 2000 server. Is it possible to achieve migration without detaching the database from SQL 2000? If...

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  • Backing up and restoring a LIVE database in SQL Server 2000

    I am using SQL Server 2000, and I backup and restore my LIVE database to a new backup server every night. Do you have any ideas as to why my restored database runs slow when compared to the LIVE database? Do I need to rebuilding indexes? Is there any way of backing up indexes as part of the main...

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  • Looking for a database name query in SQL

    Is there a query in SQL that could return me the name of a database, or whether it is connected to SQL Server or Oracle?

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  • Using a .bak file with SQL Server 7

    I currently use SQL Server 7, and I have a .bak file downloaded. Can you direct me on how to open this .bak file and how to convert it to allow usage with SQL Server 7?

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  • Slowdown on a server running SQL Server 2000 and Windows Server 2003

    I have a server with SQL Server 2000 SP4 and Windows Server 2003 Standard Edition SP1 that runs SAP Business One. The server's specs are: ML350G5 XEON 2.0DC 4GB RAM 6 UNITS SAS 72GB C:=>Raid 1+0, D:=>DATA Files, E:LOG files, F:TempDB files Swith Hub: 3COM 2924 SFP plus 3COM 4210 Cable: CAT5E...

    SQL Server Ask the Experts2,585 pointsBadges:
  • Assigning access to SQL Server Integration Services (SSIS) packages

    How do we assign access for users to SQL Server Integration Services (SSIS) packages?

    SQL Server Ask the Experts2,585 pointsBadges:
  • Allowing SQL Server 2000 Enterprise Edition to utilize free physical memory

    I have two identical SQL Server 2000 Enterprise Editions running on Windows 2003 Enterprise servers. They both have 8GB of RAM with /PAW and /3GB switches configured. The max server memory is set to 7GB on both. On one of the servers, the available physical memory under Task Manager Is always...

    SQL Server Ask the Experts2,585 pointsBadges:
  • How SQL Server will work with PerformancePoint Server 2007

    Can you explain the basic architecture and operation of PerformancePoint Server 2007, and how it might work with SQL Server?

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  • SQL Server 2005 within MS Access VBA

    I have am MS Access (VBA) program where I need to create a table on a SQL Server database then append data to the table. I have the code that generates the update query but I need the ADO code that creates the connection to the SQL Server 2005 database then I need the code that will execute the...

    Rjwilcox45 pointsBadges:
  • Setting database security to prevent restoring databases on other SQL Servers

    Within a database in my SQL Server, I am able to control users from Alter Table and Alter SP, and a strong ‘sa’ password is also created. When I login to the backup of that database with a backup operator ID, the backup operator is able to restore the database, and his and others’ rights are...

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  • Including a primary key in a nonclustered index in SQL Server 2005

    The query optimizer for SQL Server 2005 is suggesting that we include a primary key as part of a nonclustered index. Is it OK to include that to increase SQL performance?

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  • Network Redeisgn

    Hi, I am serving as a system admin for an organization. We have ISA 2004 network, with Exchange 2003 Standard edition server, 2 Microsoft SQL server 2005 Standard edition for database projects, Windows 2003 domain controller in two sites A and B using active directory services. These two sites are...

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  • Code differentiating between SQL Server 2000 and SQL Server 2005

    If SQL Server 2000 and SQL Server 2005 run on the same server, how can your code differentiate which database to use? Can you give the new instance of SQL a different name?

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  • Dealing with a hyperactive SQL Server

    On occassion, our SQL Server goes hyper - 100% disk activity with I/O queues. It happens only once a year, lasts for a couple of days and then stops. We have our database administration staff look at it, but we have no real idea what the cause is. Can you suggest a direction or idea?

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