• Creating JCL to execute a large merged file of SQL for DB2

    I need to create a JCL that will execute - individually - SQL statements within a merged file (multiple SQL) and write the SQL results to a single output file. Suggestions?

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  • Can SQL make noises?

    can you get SQL to 'make a noise' to indicate when a query has been executed? I.e. for long running queries, you wouldn't have to keep checking

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  • sql instance

    what is a sql server instance for? thanks.

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  • Veritas vs. SQL Server 2005

    Why will SQL Server not accept files restored from Veritas backups?

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  • Journey from SQL/400 to SQL Server Development

    I'm fairly comptent with SQL/400 , scripting, etc. - - how difficult would it be to applying this to learning something like "SQL Server" ?

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  • VFP9 DBF to Ms SQL

    is there tools available for converting VFP9 DBF to Ms SQL? or what is the best approach? thanks.

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  • SQL Macro

    I need a SQL macro to populate a form? Please help. wkharrell@gmail.com

    SAS70ExPERT125 pointsBadges:
  • sql server 2000

    i am learnin sql server 2000 by ownself tell me the wright way how i can learn after this i shall go for oracle

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  • Oracle 10g Standby Database not opening readonly

    Hiii, I have created Oracle 10g Primary database where control file locations are as follows: *control_files='P:\oracle\product\10.1.0\oradata\tceng\control01.ctl','C:\oradata\tceng\control02.ct l','E:\oradata\tceng\control03.ctl' Then I have created standby database in standby server where the...

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  • Execution time is varying with query analyzer and visual studio 2005

    when a stored procedure is executed in query analyzer its working fine and getting the result quickly.but when same procedure is executed through visual studio timeout expired error is generated.can any one olve this issue

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  • replace field with count variable in foxpro

    Hello, in Foxpro 6, I need to replace a field with the count from a memory variable when an invoice # is the same. The database lists the detailed line items of the invoice and the invoice # next to them. So, if invoice 56 had two items, I would need 1 in the count column for item 1 and a 2 in the...

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  • Return zero when there’s no data

    I am trying to write a query that I can use to generate an Excel chart to show activity in our database. I have it returning rows for each minute over the previous two hours (no problem). The problem comes when I plot a line chart. If there's no activity in a given minute, there's no row returned,...

    DanM5 pointsBadges:
  • Random number generation

    Hi, I have a 6 digit number. I need to make this as a 10 characters with those 6 digits within it. For eg, if my input number is 123456, the result should be a4y2d365p1. some combination of characters with the original 6 digit numbers. Please do let me know if this could be done by any ways..

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  • Using xp_cmdshell

    Hi, I am using xp_cmdshell in one of my stored procedures(database SQL server) to delete older files from a folder in another server. That server is mapped as a network drive on the sql server computer. But when I used this drive inside xp_cmdshell command and do a dir , the output I get is 'Access...

    Gullu15 pointsBadges:
  • Select last 3 transactions

    Hello Can someone help me to put together an SQL statement to select the last 3 transactions from a transaction file. In TransactSQL I would do something like this: select top 3 CustID, TransDate, Amount from Trans where CustID= '12345' order by TransDate desc. I believe there must be a more...

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  • SQL and Moss 2007 from Jameel Ur Rahman (Abbottabad)

    hi, I recently done Moss 2007 certification . an di want to know the relation of SQL and Moss 2007 , and also let me know for Moss 2007 implemention how i prepaer my self regarding SQL because SQ L new for me any book or white paper that help me and also SQL 2005 Administration thanks jameel

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  • How to install a passive node on an active/active SQL Server cluster

    We have a SQL cluster server running with SQL Server 2005 Enterprise Edition SP2 on Windows 2003 Enterprise Edition. Currently the cluster has 2 nodes with Active/Active. Now I need to add a new node as a Passive node. So once I’m done, the cluster will be a Active/Active/Passive cluster. Because...

    SQL Server Ask the Experts2,585 pointsBadges:
  • “GET DIAGNOSTICS” SQL Procedure

    I am currently writing an SQLCBLLE Program on a V5R2 box. I would like to use the SQL Procedure "GET DIAGNOSTICS", however each time I enter it into my code the both SEU and the compiler complain about it. I receive the message GET was not expected. I know the procedure was supported in V5R2 but...

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  • Combined Address

    I have one tblContacts that has "Home" and "Work" address included within it, I also have an option button 1="Work" and 2="Home". I need to prepare a mailling report, but only for the defaut address. Someone suggested that I create a calculated field. I tried this but all that it is doing is...

    Thuzinec10 pointsBadges:
  • Moving a SQL database from one host to another

    I need to help out in a move of a site coded in ASP/VBScript from one host we're having major problems with to another host that has been highly reliable for us. They both offer all the same features needed for this site, but we don't know how to move the SQL database along with the site. Can...

    Kwoodall10 pointsBadges:

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