• The most-watched IT questions this week: Oct. 20, 2009

    Here are the 5 most watched questions on ITKE: There's some great discussions going on ranging from SQL to diagnosing app crashes. Go answer a question now and take your shot at winning a TV, or check out the rest of the top 10 on the Community Blog: 1.ORA-31672 in oracle 11g tops the list, with...

    Michael Morisy8,323 pointsBadges:
  • STORED PROCEDURE

    Hi All i search to make procedure in strsql please can anybody help me and search code open text file from the procedure and put data on  it  

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  • SQL related tables

    I have 2 tables one with all my products and their accociated details and another with comments on the products. Product table 1 prodID, title, description, price Comments table 2 commID, prodID, comment I would like to export this to a single XML file, thus an XML element for each product from...

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  • Different database & server collation

    Hi, We have a database that is sitting on a SQL Server 2005 with different collation setting, the application connect to the database is running with out any issue. Have anyone had this same issue, if so how long has your application run with different database and server collation without running...

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  • MS SQL Server 2000 Vulnerability

    Hello, I have installed on one of my servers SQL Server 8.00.2273 - SP4 (Standard Edition). At the last vulnerability tests it founds the followings: 1. Microsoft SQL Server MTF Data Structures Memory Corruption Vulnerability (MS08-040) 2. Microsoft SQL Server 'sp_replwritetovarbin' Remote Memory...

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  • ms sql query problem with a case statement

    [strong]This code works: SELECT     passengers.*, passship.passship_name AS name, passship.passship_speed AS speed, passship.passship_size AS cargo, hyperjump.hops AS hops, ROUND((passengers.pass_engers * passengers.pass_price) / (hyperjump.hops * passship.passship_speed), 0) AS ptprofit...

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  • SQL Server 2005 distribution agent failed

    Getting this error message

    ITKE344,705 pointsBadges:
  • Most popular blog posts this week

    10. Removing old hardware after a P2V conversion Eric Siebert shares a long-held best practice regarding old server management. 9. The challenge of managing risk when IT budgets tighten Linda Tucci explains the challenges of a down economy -- and offers some tips on coming out ahead. 8. Ellison...

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  • Tree View Control

    i am trying 2 make and explorer using the tree view control in my project using VB 6, SQL Server 2000 and crystal reports. in the looping statements i had inculed the details and all. i need 2 display the results in the Grid Box when click the nodes in the Tree control. please provide the code for...

    RAYNISH35 pointsBadges:
  • Restore a View Sql Server 2005

    I over-wrote a VIEW by mistake. How do I recover the original version of the view? Is there a way to ROLLBACK a "CREATE VIEW..." command?

    VelameLaCosa110 pointsBadges:
  • The most-watched IT questions this week: Oct. 13, 2009

    Here are the 10 most watched questions on ITKE: There’s some great discussions going on ranging from going green to how to create a new network. Go answer a question now and take your shot at winning a TV, or check out the rest of the top 10 on the Community Blog: 1. Going green: Are you feeling...

    Michael Morisy8,323 pointsBadges:
  • Resource usage of SQL Server 2005 Generate Script

    Hi, I am wondering how resource hungry the Generate Script for SQL Server 2005 is. We are planing to script out one of our production database on a production server that has over 1000 object to script, and wether this will have more affect on SQL performance during the scripting? Thanks.

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  • Trying to setup a Merge publication between two database Need Help!

    HI I am trying to setup a Merge publication between two database and I am having troubles.  I have to server one is HKDD01 and LDDD01 and the HKDD01 is set as the distribution and the LDDD01 is set as the subscriptions. I am trying to create a Merge publication with pull subscription and I am...

    Fubarms5 pointsBadges:
  • Pulling data from tables on different servers

    I have a join between a table on my local database and a table on a different database on the same server. I reference the non-local database with DatabaseName.TableName. Now I find that the non-local database might be on a different server. I tried ServerName.DatabaseName.TableName, but I got this...

    CO Bill120 pointsBadges:
  • Retreiving AS/400 SQL scripts

    When I start sql on our iSeries, the system returns my previous scripts I have run. Which fle do these live in in the iSeries and can I report on them?

    Morticia00110 pointsBadges:
  • file user open exceptions for printer file

    i'm opening a program defined printer file in SQLRPGLE.. i get error file is already open.... if that is the case, then i'm trying to write in that file but now this gives me exception that attempting to write in closed file...   Please help

    Nutangujar895 pointsBadges:
  • Can I Use Tomcate as a “Witness” Server in SQL 2005 Mirroring

    Hello i am using SQL 2005 and i have Tomcat as an Application Server i want to use Mirroring on my DB and i am looking for the way that let me make Tomcat as my Witness server [Br class="height5" />[small] [/small]

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  • Replication Causes Client Application to Hang

    I've got 25 Sites that are running an application that connects to MS SQL 2005, All the sites have their own copy of a database and have one similar database that holds information gathered from the different sites, now what is happening is that if a client registers at one institution and then...

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  • Diff. between PF and a sql table

    can anybody say what is the most basic diff. between making pf by writing DDS and sql table by create table command because both can having index.....

    Anky10 pointsBadges:
  • How does SQL Server 2000 CAL licensing work

    Hi, Just wondering how SQL Server CAL licensing work. For example in one of our client SQL Server 2000, we notice in the SQL Server 2000 licensing icon in Control Panel, it is set to CAL of 50. Does this mean if the 51st client tries to access the SQL Server, an error will occur? Thanks in advance.

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