• SQL indexes

    hello, there are many indexes clustered an non clustered .so how can i see the result of each index, clustered and non clustered seperately through (T-SQL) pls guide me. RINO

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  • SQL Server partitioning

    Hello Sir, i m creating a partition  as  use master go create database mypartpracdb214 on primary (name=db_dat, filename='c:partitionpracticedb.mdf',size=4mb), --filegroup fgi --(name=fgi_dat,filename='cpartitionpracticefgi.mdf',Size=2mb), filegroup fg2...

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  • Have you taken a shot at the Intel Open Port IT Scavenger Hunt?

    If you're answer is no then what are you waiting for? Get in the hunt! You could win... GRAND PRIZE WINNER: Dell Precision T7500 Tower Workstation FIRST RUNNER UP: $100 Amazon.com Gift Card SECOND RUNNER UP: $50 Amazon.com Gift Card THIRD RUNNER UP: $25 Amazon.com Gift Card IT Knowledge Exchange...

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  • DBFs into SQL Server 2008

    Does anyone know of an efficient way to import DBFs into SQL Server 2008 (besides the "import into Access, then import the Access files into SQL server-method")? I don't work with SQL Server much, but I do it enough to have had this problem before (to be exact, it seems I have this problem once a...

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  • Using stored Procedure in SSRS

    Hi.... I am trying to create a Report using Report wizard in MSSRS 2005, I am trying to use Stored Procedure. The steps which I am following are below.... Solution Explorer--> Add New Report--> Next(as DB is already shared one)--> Query Builder (But when going into query builder the...

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  • Spatial query optimizing

    I have a development machine and a production machine with identical databases, but I'm getting huge differences in execution plans when running a spatial query. First, my development machine: It's SQL Server Express x64 with Reporting Services running on Win7 with 8Gb RAM. Then my production...

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  • Error in the installation of SQL Server 2005 (64-bit)

    We are trying to upgrade our installation to SQL Server 2005 (64-Bit) Edition, but we cannot get past the following error reported in the Event Log: *********************************** Event Type: Error Event Source: MsiInstaller Event Category: None Event ID: 11706 Date: 17/07/2008 Time: 14:01:43...

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  • SQL Server enterprise manager

    how to register enterprise manager to connect to database

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  • Import data file into SQL database

    I need to import tis .dat file into sql database table having four column client-007092~WITCO clname-CORPORATION ,matter-0005,mattername-LAZY OIL V. WITCO

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  • Virtualizing SQL

    Is it possible to run SQL Server 2000 on a VM on a workstation? If so, anything special to consider?

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  • How to find who called a stored procedure

    I would like to know what process or stored procedure called one of my stored procedures. Is there any way of getting this information from SQL Server 2005? Thanks in advance, Ed

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  • Sql Server CAL

    I have a Sql Server Enterprise 2005 64X, installed licesed by processor, I what to cut budget so thougt if I change to CAL licensing could save money, but know how to calculate how many users are currently conecting to my server. How can I get this info?

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  • SQL 2005 Database Compare

    If there a way to compare two similar database to find where a Stored Procedure is different between the second database. Different in it not there or the Create Date or Modify Date is different?

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  • Subquery only returns column names

    I have the query below, but when I run it, I can only get column names to return. Can someone please help me??? For each subject there are multiple values at each marker. I want an average, by date, for each subject at each marker. I have spent literally hours on this... Thanks in advance for any...

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  • SQL Syntax Error SQL0104

    I have to recreate a duplicate logical file, but I can't use the crtdupobj command because it doesn't recreate the correct library pointers. Using the dspfd command. I'm attempting to recreate the logical file in a different environment(library). Using the exact same commands (different library)...

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  • File access restriction for users in Logmein

    Hi, Please let me know whether logmein has a feature to restrict access of certain type of files for users. For example we have sql database having customer,account details etc.We need to restrict user who connects remotely to not to access account related files.

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  • SQL Server schema

    Hi,    How can i get the user names assigned to the Schema through (T-SQL) Regards; Rino

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  • change track in sql server 2008

    HI, use Northwind Alter database [db_track] set change_tracking=on (change_retention=3 days,Auto_cleanup=on) i m running the above  command i m geting the ERROR AS Msg 5011, Level 14, State 5, Line 3 User does not have permission to alter database 'db_track', the database does not exist, or the...

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  • anybody can tell me that how to create setup which will accept database name & server name

    anybody can tell me that how to create setup which will accept database name & server name trhough which i can create database in perticular server during setting up the application. i mean to say i don want create manually in sql Server, which should be created during sepup only

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  • password recovery of win 2003 server…..

    Hi, I disjointed my server from the domain and I forgot the local administrator password of this server!!!!now I don't have the access to the server!!! I downloaded some free password recovery tools from internet but they are demo version!!! Could you please help me!!??? Thank you. ----- Regards...

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