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  • Would like to learn SQL. Which vendor should I go for and what certification should I get?

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  • SQL Writer error

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  • SQLCODE and SQLSTAT error messages?

    Does anyone know where I can find SQL CODE and SQL STAT error numbers and messages?

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  • SQL in an SQLRPGLE program

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  • How do I retrieve data from Visual Basic 6.0 with SQL?

    How can I retrieve data in VB 6.0 from SQL?

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  • SQL code -727

    Does anyone know what -727 SQL return code is?

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  • Using SQL code to read a filename

    Can you write a SQL query that will read PDF filename from a dir and then match the filename to a data element in a table having the same name? For instance, the filename is 12345.pdf where 12345 is actually an invoice number. Can the query read the filename and then locate the same invoice number...

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  • What is the difference between DBMS, RDBMS and SQL?

    What is the difference between DBMS, RDBMS and SQL?

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  • SQL Report Help

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  • When do I use a collection instead of a table in Oracle

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  • Adding files to TempDB

    Do I need to restart SQL Server 2005, if I have added additional files to the TempDB?

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  • DB2 to SQL conversion

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  • Upgrading Forms30 on Oracle 7.0

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  • SQL statement using RRN(file) on join pulling only Max(date) records from second file in iSeries

    I am using WebSmart with the I-series data base files. I am joining two data base files receiving the RRN so that I can use the fetch rrn and the fextnext to display one screen at a time in my WebSmart program. I have used this method many times except this time I have a one to many relationship...

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  • New to SAS need date equivelant for script in proc SQL

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  • Using SQL to insert records into a table

    I have a table with a period in the table name, i.e. AB.CDE that I need to insert some records into. When I query the table (Select * from "AB.CDE") it works fine. When I try to insert records (insert into "AB.CDE"), however, I get a file not found message. Does anybody know why this is happening?

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  • Delete all data in the database

    Good day! Currently I am using MS SQL Server 2000. I wish to delete all data in the database table except data in login table and security table. Furthermore, TRUNCATE is done on stand-alone and child tables, else DELETE if table has any foreign key references (normally refer to parent tables): Is...

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  • Need to create SQL DTS Package

    We are using SQL 2000 DTS Packages and I want to create a DTS Package which can copy only all text file names from folder(source) to SQL table column(Destination). Also, I want to write number of rows in particular text file to SQL table. DTS or Procedure or Activex Script?

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