• T-SQL command to make SQL Server sleep

    Would anyone happen to know if there's a T-SQL command that would make SQL Server sleep for some time (particularly several hours)? We're working on a web service that we want to test - to see if asynchronous pattern is scalable. For that to happen, we have to call a SQL Server with a script /...

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  • Convert SQL Server 2014 database to 2012

    Does anyone know of a way to convert SQL Server 2014 database to 2012? I tried the Generate Script but I have too much data and SSMS didn't go through with it. Thank you very much

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  • SQL Server database list of name for tables

    On SQL Server, is there a way I can get the list of names for all of my tables in a specific database? Please note that this is for SQL Server 2008 or 2012. Thanks!

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  • Clearing SQL Server transaction log

    We currently have a testing database in SQL Server (there's not much in it - just a bit of data). However, our transaction log is pretty large. How can we clear that out? Thanks!

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  • Disable SQL Server foreign key restraints

    For SQL Server, is there somehow I can disable the foreign key restraints? If not, is my only option to drop / re-create the restraints? Thanks so much

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  • SQL Server browser won’t start

    For some reason, I can't start my SQL Server browser from SSCM 2008. I can't find a way to start it at all (no options available to me). As of right now - it says it's disabled. Can I restart the service?

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  • Backup and restore SQL Azure database

    I have a SQL Azure database that's roughly 40 GB and when I'm backing it up and restoring it, it takes roughly 6-8 hours. Is there a way to make it faster? If so, what's the process?

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  • Reset password for SQL Azure account

    I just created a new SQL Azure account. I'm able to get into the 'manage' page as an administrator but there's one big issue: I forgot the password to one of the databases! I'm looking to reset that password - is there a way to do that? Thanks!

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  • Copying SQL Azure database to development machine

    I'm looking to copy my SQL Azure database to my local development machine. I already have a development database in the cloud but don't want to pay for it anymore. I have copied by production database to the new development database but I need that same one on the local machine. How can I go about...

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  • Oracle 10g CONTINUE keyword for T-SQL stored procedure migration

    I'm looking to migrate a T-SQL stored procedure to PL/SQL but I'm constantly running into one particular issue. I noticed that there isn't a CONTINUE keyword for Oracle 10g. Is there a workaround for this? My friend told me to just upgrade but I can't do that right now.

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  • Three ways to login in to SQL database server?

    Does anyone know what are the three ways to login in to SQL database server?

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  • Deleted SQL Server 2005 database

    Hi, actually I know the importance of backup, but I don't have the back up in any-how condition. Accidentally the database deleted by me. How do I recover it? How to use the transaction.log file to restore deleted database in SQL Server 2005?

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  • Changing password on SQL Express 2008

    I recently installed SQL Server Express 2008 and I'm signing in using Windows authentication. But after that, I can't do anything. Is there a way I can change the password so I can have access? I'm also using Windows 7.

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  • How can I change SQL language and date format?

    I'm using an older version of SQL Server (2005 to be exact). So when I try to execute, DBCC USEROPTIONS, it's giving me a foreign language and the date format DMY. I need the language to be in English / format in MDY. Is there a way to change this? Thank you very much

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  • Can I restore my SQL Server 2012 database backup to SQL Server 2008?

    This probably isn't possible but can I restore my SQL Server 2012 database backup to SQL Server 2008? I'm assuming I can only go forward, not backup.

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  • Free online practice exercises on SQL/Oracle

    I would like to know is there any website which offers free practice exercises on SQL/Oracle queries? Preferably advanced level queries. Thanks, Kruti

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  • Opening SQL Server ports

    I'm looking to open up my SQL Server port through a Windows firewall but I'm struggling with the process. Is there a way I can find the ports that SQL is running on so I can open them?

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  • Should I run a SQL view in my SQL Server database?

    For SQL Server, should I run a SQL view in my database? My friend told me to just run a stored procedure but I would rather run a view for security purposes. What should I do?

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  • SQL command for database recovery

    Does anyone know if there's any SQL command that can determine the recovery model of my SQL Server database? I'm trying to figure out if the database is in full recovery. Thank you very much.

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  • Using Count in SQL database

    I have a database with students results, for test and assignments also examination final marks so I want to count the number of student who wrote a certain test, count the number of those who passed and those who failed. How can I implement that in SQL?

    EllyodM5 pointsBadges:

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