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  • SQL Server 2005 Performance optimiztion

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  • SQl Server 2008 Plain Text procedures results iin Encrypted Text within Profiler

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  • Color coding of Toad for Oracle-

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  • The most-watched IT questions this week: Nov. 24, 2009

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  • SQL Server 2005 Error Registering database

    I try to copy SQL Server 2005 Database to VISUAL Jobshop (ERP INFOR) get message when VJS DB Wizard of Jobshop tries to create catalogue tables "Error registering database - operation is not allowed when object is closed" Thanks for help where I have to look to solve that problem.

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  • The IT Blog Top 10: Oct. 29, 2009

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  • Crystal Reports problem

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  • How do I confirm all the data moved from Source to target for different tables

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  • hardware requirement for sql 2005.

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  • sql help

    is there a way to update multiple records in a table the meet criteria from another table. here is what i'm trying update table/detail set condition = 'r' where condition = ' ' and number_d = (select number_h from table/header where date between 050101 and 051231) thanks in advance

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  • Rename Sheet when report exported to excel

    hi, When i export SSRS report to excel, each new page comes with new sheet. The sheet names are default names (sheet1, sheet2.. sheetn). Is there a way to rename these sheet names while exporting. Thanks in Advance, Rachitha.

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  • Dell Optiplex GX520 hibernation/sleep mode issues

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  • SA Password change for SQL

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  • What is correct syntax for SQL for Maxrecords in OS400/DB2?

    What is correct syntax for SQL for Maxrecords in OS400/DB2? We have a process automatically generating SQL code. However, our iSeries doesn't recognise the code it generates for maxrecords. Here are the examples of what I mean. The DB2 database seems happy with SELECT I1PHON,I1ACC,I1ACC1, FROM...

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  • Msg 102, level 15, State 1, Line 14

    Hi, I'm ttrying to create my db tables in a stored procedure and I keep getting the error that the syntax is incorrect around the 'ON' on the line "SET ANSI_NULLS ON". Could you please help me? I can't see what's wrong. Here's my code:  CREATE PROCEDURE InsertDBTables  AS  BEGIN  SET NOCOUNT...

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  • The IT Blog Top 10: Nov. 19, 2009

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  • Access SQL Server 2003 database from ISeries

    Hello everyone, I have searched the web for SQL Server/ISeries connectivity and have come across some interesting options: java, JDBC etc. But they have not been very clear. I understand that it is not a simple task, but has anyone successfully accessed an SQL Server database from ISeries using SQL...

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  • MS SQL Server to Oracle Applications

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