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    in SQL 2000 it was easy to cntl-right-click and select multiple views, stored procedures or tables and generate one script which could be changed (using SQL Analyzer) to create new objects (search and replace text) with different names. This was a big time saver but I don't know how to do that in...

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  • SQL relational database

    A relational database contains the following tables: Employee (EmployeeNo, EmployeeName, DateOfBirth, JobDescription,DeptNo) Project (ProjectNo, ProjectName, Location)Assignment (EmployeeNo, ProjectNo, Role-in-Project)Formulate the following using SQL:i. Find the names of all employees assigned to...

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  • Custom alert messages with SQL

    sql custom messages, how to put a message box if value entered is already taken? and if value entered does not exist?

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  • Oracle Forms 6i Database Objects

    I have problem that Forms 6i does not see packages stored on Database with Dynamic SQL code on it. When I open Forms Designer it does see Database Objects at the bottom but with running the forms it gives and error that does see sys. dba_sql. Thank you

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  • tell me why I’m getting the message “The multi-part identifier “134062-DB1.netFORUMSTaging.dbo.Individual.individualKey” could not be bound”

    I'm trying to process this SQL statement select cxa_cst_key, cxa_key, cxa_key from [134062-DB1].netFORUMSTaging.dbo.Individual LEFT JOIN dbo.co_customer_x_address ON [134062-DB1].netFORUMSTaging.dbo.Individual.individualKey = co_customer_x_address.cxa_cst_key where delete_flag = 0 and source not in...

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  • Crystal Reports XI – Showing records when setting criteria

    Goal: To show all customer orders. Along with those orders, I want to show all related notes on the progress for filling those orders. Problem: Some orders have no notes. When I set the criteria to show all orders and to show the notes, only orders with notes now appear in the report. Question: Is...

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  • Looping Queries in Oracle using data from SQL Server

    I have a table of entries from SQL server called PID. Each of this entry should follow the following select * from HR.TABLES a START WITH a.SID = '0' CONNECT BY PRIOR a.parentid = a.sid' Where I have '0' in the query above, should take all the values from PID. Is there a easy way to write this? or...

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  • Embed date in SQLBase unload filename

    I have a scheduled task to runs a backup script each night using a program called SQL_Talk for Windows version 9.0.1. I am using this program to unload a SQLBase database each night for backup purposes. I have a separate script for each night of the week. Below is the Monday script: set server...

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  • Slowdown in SQL Restore on SQL Server 2000

    We are running SQL Server 2000 on Windows 2000 Server SP4, and our SQL Restore takes at least 10 minutes to launch in Enterprise Manager. We had to roll back after an upgrade, and we find that when selecting "Restore Database", Enterprise Manager runs remarkably slow. I'm sure we could run the...

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  • SQL DB MIRRORING ACROSS VPN?

    Can SQL 2005 DB mirroring work if the mirror server is to be in another building (building networks connected via VPN router)? We just want employees to be able to remote into the mirror server from home if power is lost at the main building.

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  • Virtual machine setup – SQL 2005

    I’m setting up a virtual machine -- SQL 2005 install -- and I want to make a separate drive for the logs and one for the data, but as this is a virtual environment using the same mirrored physical disk, is that advisable?

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  • Stored Procedures, One Database, Different Software Releases

    Hi Everyone. Currently at my work we use SQL in our VB.NET code. I have previously always used stored procedures for all of their benefits. My company has said that our customers might use different versions of our software against its one database. For example: While a customer is migrating from...

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  • SQL Server 2005 query to get the average

    Hi, I'm using MSSql 2005 on Windows 2003 Server. I need some assistance to write a query to get the average of two columns and write the value to a third coulmn. All the transactions is in one table. Basically it is column 1 + column 2 devide by two = column 3 Thank you, George

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  • Finding the number of rows of all tables of a user/schema in Oracle

    how can i know all the table names along with the no. of rows they contain for a user/scema in oracle 9i through sql? plz answer ......

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  • SQL query and Oracle database design help needed

    Sorry for all the confusion with the questions.So let me clear myself,i am doing this not as assignment or homework,but something which interests me and trying to leran.Earlier as I stated that its a part of my school(** well frnakly speaking, it was my plan if i could put this as an item of the...

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  • How can I select unique records from Access based on two criteria

    I need to do the following: SQL = "select amount, count(amount) from table1 group by amount having count(*) =1" This returns all unique records, but I need to add another criteria to that statement ie: I need to select all unique records only if a second value is met as well! This is what I had in...

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  • Server 2003 memory performance configuration

    We have a SQL application running in an n-tier environment. Some of the users are complaining about application performance. I am going through the environment looking at all of the elements involved in processing this application. The information below shows all of the server systems involved in...

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  • PL/SQL

    Hi Experts, I would like to mentione here i was trying to test one package and found the package has a procedure named SET() which hav UPDATE on Report table and INSERT on A_R table in same transaction Both the above mentioned tables hav a tim_upt column which s given as systimestamp and strange it...

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  • How do I combine multiple rows into one row?

    I have a table Col1 Col2 Col3 Col4 Col5 ----- ------ ------ ----- ------ 1 abc NULL NULL NULL 1 NULL def NULL NULL 1 NULL NULL ghi NULL 1 NULL NULL NULL jkl I want: Col1 Col2 Col3 Col4 Col5 ----- ------ ------ ----- ------ 1 abc def ghi jkl At first I thougt I could use pivot which I'm not sure how...

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  • SQL Restore takes 6-10 minutes to come up in Enterprise Manager

    SQL Restore takes 6-10 minutes to come up in Enterprise Manager. We have a customer with hundreds of sites, and all their servers do the same thing. We had to roll back after an upgrade and we find that when just selecting "Restore Database" it will seem like Enterprise Manager is hung, but...

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