• Power builder 7.0 compatible with SQL 2005

    We currently use Powerbuilder 7.0 with SQL Server 2000. We want to upgrade to SQL Server 2005. Does anyone know if SQL Server 2005 is compatible with Powerbuilder 7.0?

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  • 32 and 64 Bit SQL 2005 on Same Server

    We need to still link to MS Access databases and understand the 64 bit SQL Server does not allow. So, a thought is to have the new 64 bit SQL Server coexist with a 32 bit SQL Server Express instance. The thought is the 32 bit instance will enable linked server access to MS Access databases. We...

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  • SharePoint profile import error

    When performing a full or incremental profile import, I always get these three errors in the event viewer: A runtime exception was detected. Details follow. Message: Could not find stored procedure 'proc_ar_BumpCacheInvalidationCounter'. Techinal Details: System.Data.SqlClient.SqlException: Could...

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  • SSRS statistics

    Hi, I new to SSRS. I have a table grouped by a category. I need to make a statistics about number of rows of particular item and sum of few columns in each of the group. I can make those statistics inside the tablix. But I need to have those statistics outside of the tablix in a separate text box....

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  • Trigger SSRS report when particular table is updated in the database

    Hi, I need Trigger or run the SSRS report automaticallty and deliver to my email when some updates happens in particular table. Is that Data driven subscriptions is solution for the above or any other methods to be done. Looking forward you answer quickly   Thanks

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  • Transposing a table in SQL Server Reporting Services Layout.

    Hi Eveyone, Can anybody tell me that [strong]How to Transpose a table in SQL Server Reporting Services Layout?[/strong] I am having my data displayed in a [strong]Table[/strong] inn SSRS 2005; Please help... Thanks, Swapnil

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  • SQL 2005 Password

    I inherited SQL 2005 server from a previous employee and the SA password is currently stored and saved in the GUI. This has allowed me to do my job up until now. I have what I think to be the password but I am unsure if it is correct. I am afraid to remove the stored password to check. Is there an...

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  • SQL server production virtualization – to do or not to do

    I am being pushed to say yes for virtualizing our production server. We have already moved all our application servers, developement, stage and qa database environments to the virtualized environment (VMware). (These environments are not nearly the same size or power as production, can barely...

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  • Using Right() inside SQL Join

    I need to join two tables where one table uses 0809 as data in the field and the other table uses 200809. Can this be done? Can I use a Right() statement in the join? Thanks

    JeffCreek15 pointsBadges:
  • numeric test in SQL

    I have a complex select query and must now add an additonal condition. One of the elements must be numeric. The 'isnumeric' function keeps erroring out on me. select FWVCCOA_FMS_CENTER cfmsctr,        fwvccoa_fund_code  cfundcde,        fwvccoa_orgn_code  corgncde,       ...

    Sherryborden85 pointsBadges:
  • SQL question

    One table named as employee has 3 columns (name, salary, department). I need to retrieve the employees whose salary is greater than average salary of their department. that is name    salary   department iioo      10000    Technical aaaa    15000     HR pppp    17000    ...

    Hema19865 pointsBadges:
  • The most-watched IT questions this week: Dec. 15, 2009

    Here are the 10 most watched questions on ITKE: There’s some great discussion going on. Go answer a question now! 1. Ak1bo78 asks for a C# how to on IF Statement’s, which Mshen and CarlosDL help create. 2. Dbsi2006 asks for help on how to map drives without UNC, which Rklanke, MrDenny,...

    Michael Morisy8,323 pointsBadges:
  • applications of rdbms in real world

    i need to know how rdbms is used in our real life with good example

    Chithra5 pointsBadges:
  • how to save file doc, xls, into database sql server 2000 in VB6

    how to save file doc, xls, into database sql server 2000 in VB6 with rdoconnection?

    Rlino5 pointsBadges:
  • Stored Procedures on AS/400

    Greetings, I understand SQL stored procedures on the AS/400 generate C source code which is compiled to create a C ILE program object. I could use the same SQL statements in an RPGLE with embedded SQL program and use that to create a RPG stored procedure. Which of the two is more efficient? Thanks...

    Ashnirody100 pointsBadges:
  • The IT Blog Top 10: Dec. 10, 2009

    10. No Exchange 2007 on Windows 2008 R2 – but why? Brendan Cournoyer delves into why the latest Windows 2008 R2 takes a surprising turn in not support Exchange 2007. 9. How to use command line arguments in VBScript via the Wscript.Arguments Object Jerry Lees explains a helpful VBScript trick. 8....

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  • The most-watched IT questions this week: Dec. 1, 2009

    Here are the 10 most watched questions on ITKE: There’s some great discussion going on. Go answer a question now! 1. CompEng asked about open-ended SQL statements, and Mrdenny and Meandyou delivered the goods. 2. Kalpana queried Networking certifications, and where the best place is to get...

    Michael Morisy8,323 pointsBadges:
  • composite WHERE condition in SQL Server

    In Oracle, I can do: Select * from table where field1 || field2 in ('01XX','02YY','03ZZ') ; Where field1 has values of 01,02,03 and field2 has values of XX,YY,ZZ etc Can I do the same thing in SQL Server, or do I need define some derived fields to get the same effect?

    MarcW25 pointsBadges:
  • Hiding the system views table from Microsoft Access

    How can you hide the system views table from applications like Microsoft Access? For example, whenever I link to tables in our SQL Server database, INFORMATION_SCHEMA and sys system views are included in the list of tables. This prevents us from finding our tables immediately. How can this be done?

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  • sql server express 2005 cannot see drive on my server (drive q)

    I have installed sql server express on my local computer and now I would like to install it on the server (q). When I go to install it, it is not seeing the q drive. What could be causing this?

    Shircol25 pointsBadges:

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