• Netgear storage with SQL 7

    I have a database stored in my Netgear storage central. When I start my PC, it runs SQL 7 before the drivers for the Netgear, so my database can not be found. What can I do?

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  • Performance Tracking of Stored Procedures

    We have a current system where a COBOL stored procedure is called by a .NET application. This COBOL SP then calls multiple COBOL subprograms which perform calculations and update files and then eventually return a value to the .NET app. We have a limitation in tracking the performance of each...

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  • Migrating SQL Reporting Services 2000 Reports to SRS 2005?

    We are in the process of upgrading our SQL Reporting services 2000 to 2005. We have installed SQL Server, etc on a difference box. We now need to move the reports (I assume RDL files) from our SRS 2000 box to our new SRS 2005 box. Is there any documentation, step by step instructions on how to...

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  • Upgrade SQL 2005 Cluster to SQL 2008

    We have a remote SQL 2005 server set we will be replacing with a Windows 2008 Cluster. The db supports a 3rd party app. The app has not completely endorsed for SQL 2008. If I build an active/passive cluster with SQL 2005 on Windows 2008, is there the ability to upgrade the sql server to a SQL 2008...

    tcstl95 pointsBadges:
  • Advantages of SQL Server 2005 over SQL Server 2000

    What are the benefits of upgrading to SQL Server 2005 from SQL Server 2000?

    SQL Server Ask the Experts2,585 pointsBadges:
  • Linking Visual Basic and SQL database

    I wish to know a code that can enable me to link Visual Basic and SQL database in an organisation.

    131113115 pointsBadges:
  • SQL with Windows Vista home premium 32-bit

    Can I install SQL programs in Windows Vista home premium 32-bit?

    Mayo5 pointsBadges:
  • Updating the database using information_schema in SQL Server 2000

    I am having database a and b. I want to update database a according to adaptations in database b. b is same as a operations are done on b database and after completion a will get updated for permanent change? How can I do this automatically by using information_schema in SQL Server 2000

    Mcm5 pointsBadges:
  • Linked SQL Server problems

    I have 2 servers. Server 1 has SQL 2000 (SP2). Server 2 has SQl 2000 + SQL 2005 (sp2). I'm trying to create a linked server on Server 1 to Server 2 SQL 2005. I can get SQL 2005 linked into SQL 2000 on server 2 itself but when I got to Server 1 and try to create a linked server to SQl 2005, I get...

    KH155 pointsBadges:
  • Maximum memory on a 64-bit operating system?

    I need to install a new SQL server and we are buying a 64-bit OS. What's the maximum amount of memory that the operating system can hold/support/make use of?

    ITKE371,580 pointsBadges:
  • Do you have an IT blog or website and want to earn 100 knowledge points?

    We hope you find this community helpful in answering all your questions. But we want everyone to get every answer they need and wthat means more experts are always welcome. That's why we're asking you to tell your friends about IT Knowledge Exchange (ITKE). If you have a blog or website that is...

    ITKE371,580 pointsBadges:
  • How to restore SQL Server 2000 backup file

    How do I restore a SQL Server 2000 backup file?

    Nareshaswal5 pointsBadges:
  • Resources for learning about SQL Servers

    Can someone point me in the right direction on learning about SQL Server?

    Mulky5 pointsBadges:
  • Slowdown of the SAN due to overusage of temporary tables

    We make use of temporary tables when we develop stored procedures, but they also become very slow when there is a heavy workload. We have an ISCSI SAN running RAID 10, and our database, logs and tempdb (15 GB) are on the SAN. We think the SAN is overworked; the SQL Server shows no CPU. Should we...

    SQL Server Ask the Experts2,585 pointsBadges:
  • Open IT Forum: Tell us your must-read IT blog or Twitter feed & earn 50 knowledge points!

    We're always looking for great resources to share with the community, so here's your chance to share what's in your own bag of tricks! Share your favorite IT blogs or Twitter personalities, what they write about, or a link to a post that taught you something you'll never forget. Don't have a...

    MelanieYarbrough6,345 pointsBadges:
  • What is SQL ingestion?

    Please explain SQL Ingestion with a example?

    Mayurkhe295 pointsBadges:
  • Migrating data from Microsoft Access to SQL Server 2000

    I want to transfer data from access to SQL table and vice versa through Windows service. So, please help me.

    VBNET5 pointsBadges:
  • Visa and SQL compatibility issues

    Do you have any solutions for the compatibility issues I am having with Microsoft Vista and SQL server Data Engine?

    SQL Server Ask the Experts2,585 pointsBadges:
  • Oracle DECODE and SSMA

    Does the SSMA or SQL Server Migration Assistant actually have a custom DECODE function that can be used in SQL Server? I've installed SSMA and can't find that function in the sysdb database. I assumed there was such a function based on a blog posting made by Kevin Kline.  If there is a function...

    Dirk5 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:

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