• Maintaining a company table in SQL

    I am not sure if I should mix budget data and sales data in one table in SQL or separate it. Also, if I add descriptors into the table, this will only increase record sizes and reduce the value of caching by padding each record out with repeated data. Is using small descriptor tables at run time...

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  • Error inserting data in table

    hi plz help me ,i want to insert some data in a table but some error ocurred. --------------------------------------------------------------- using System; using System.Data.SqlClient; using System.Data; using System.Configuration; using System.Web; using System.Web.Security; using System.Web.UI;...

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  • Writing a query in SQL for use in SQL Server 2005

    I’d like to write a query that would allow me to view items with a characteristic of my choosing and filter out the others. Is it possible to write something like this in SQL and use it in SQL Server 2005?

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  • Oracle Reference to Table_Name, Column_Name, etc by reference to variable

    Does Oracle prohibit reference to Table_Name, Column_Name, etc by reference to a declared variable? I am trying to create a simple routine to print documentation whenever any changes are made to the database using the following routine: DECLARE CURSOR Table_cursor is SELECT * FROM TABS WHERE...

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  • Writing a specific query involving primary keys in SQL

    I need to write a query in SQL that will get the fifth-from-last record from my database when either a primary key is defined or no primary at all is defined. How would this query look?

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  • T-sql date question

    Does anyone know how I can convert 2005-09-14 09:49:13.873 to 2005-09-14 00:00:00.000 in a query?

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  • When do I use a collection instead of a table

    I am an old MS SQL server guy and I am doing some work in oracle 10G. Most of what I am doing is all set manipulation(insection between two dataset) My first instinct would be to use temporary tables and use a not exists. I was wondering if that is the most efficient way in oracle. I read about...

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  • Receiving a DOS output with a Visual Basic script in SQL

    I would like to solve this following complex script in SQL by using Visual Basic, either version 5.0 or 6.0. My first table name is tblClient, with fields ClientID and ClientName. My second table name is tblPurchase, with fields ClientID, Item Name, Qty and Price. I would like to pass one SQL query...

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  • how to view data in gridview with a sqldatasource

    hi , i m amit i want a help to view datasource and grideview,when i make connection in datasourse and use this connection in gridview and run it page can not display gridview structure. plz help me

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  • Unable to open a SQL application on two different machines

    If someone in our office opens a SQL application, no one else is able to open it. We all receive the message: “Another application is using this file.” How can we solve this problem?

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  • SQL File Member Can SQL on i allows users to select a specific member to be processed without using a OVRDBF command

    Cqn SQL on i allows users to select a specific member to be processed without using a OVRDBF command

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  • Definition of the withGrant parameter in SQL

    When giving permissions to database users in SQL, what does the withGrant parameter do?

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  • Duplicate Sql

    Hi, I want to know in a given PL/SQL Procedure or PL/SQL Function How to find the duplicate(i.e., Repeated) SQL Statements. regards, aditya.

    Garimella5 pointsBadges:
  • Access databases

    I have a database that is in Access, Does anyone know if it is possible to query this DB using SQL server 2000..?

    Michaelrdowney10 pointsBadges:
  • can a file be loaded from an embedded sql statement?

    can a file be loaded from an embedded sql statement? I want to use the file that was loaded to display the data in a subfile.

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  • Backup/Restore a DB from Microsoft SQL Enterprise Manager to SQL Server Management Studio Express

    Hi Is it possible to copy a DB from a server that has a genuin SQL Enterprise Manager to a server that has SQL Server Management Studio Express installed? Both servers are on the same net. I get following error when trying: Restore failed for Server 'PROGTST\SQLEXPRESS'....

    Lissy5 pointsBadges:
  • how to get database name?

    hi i am using th sql statement "SELECT * FROM MASTER..SYSDATABASES" but i want for perticular username and password

    Shwetha20 pointsBadges:
  • SQP file members

    Does SQL on AS400/iSeries allow selecting a specific member to be prcesssed without using a OVRDBF command?

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  • Problems with the SQL query function

    I am designing a website, and I’m having a problem with the SQL query function. My table looks like this: Table Structure Ref_ID Mem_ID 1001 1002 1001 1003 1001 1004 1002 1005 1003 1006 1003 1007 1003 1008 When I try the command “select * from table where ref_id='1001',” it returns 1002, 1003...

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  • Why sqlcode error=100 comes ?

    sqlcode error=100 comes. The required fields are being populated in table. Still why i am getting this error ?

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