• Link two stored procedures in one Crystal Report

    Hi, In a report called ICD_PrivateHospital, I have designed to show output to two table from two store procedures. 1st store proc: usp_RPT_Private and 2nd store proc: usp_RPT_Private2.I have created both the store procs and it is executing successfully. I also have designed the Crystal Report in...

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  • Backup stored procedures in MySQL

    With MySQL, I've been using mysqldump to back it up daily. But how do I store stored procedures? Is it backed up with everything else?

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  • SQL stored procedure is taking too much time to execute

    One store procedure is working fine at one location. But the same store procedure is taking too much time to execute in different location on same network. What would be reason for this and how to reduce response time?

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  • DB2 Cobol stored procedure example

    DB2 Cobol stored procedure example FETCH  sql =-504

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  • Performance Tracking of Stored Procedures

    We have a current system where a COBOL stored procedure is called by a .NET application. This COBOL SP then calls multiple COBOL subprograms which perform calculations and update files and then eventually return a value to the .NET app. We have a limitation in tracking the performance of each...

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  • Slowdown of the SAN due to overusage of temporary tables

    We make use of temporary tables when we develop stored procedures, but they also become very slow when there is a heavy workload. We have an ISCSI SAN running RAID 10, and our database, logs and tempdb (15 GB) are on the SAN. We think the SAN is overworked; the SQL Server shows no CPU. Should we...

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  • SQL 2005 Database Compare

    If there a way to compare two similar database to find where a Stored Procedure is different between the second database. Different in it not there or the Create Date or Modify Date is different?

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  • Triggering a stored procedure from C#

    How to trigger a SP from C#?

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  • Writing procedures for two databases I designed. How do I print the screens to attach to the procedure?

    Writing procedures for two databases I designed. How do I print the screens to attach to the procedure?

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  • When submitting a procedure via CL program, I do not get any abnormal end message.

    When submitting a procedure via CL program, I do not get any abnormal end message even though the procedure has not not completed normally, is there anyway by which we can find the cause of the failure of the completion of the procedure normally.

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  • Locating default library in AS/400 with iSeries

    I'm having trouble figuring out how to boot to the default library while connecting to an AS/400 stored procedure layer using the IBM iSeries Access for Windows package. This set-up works through.NET DLL with classes similar to those in the System.Data namespace, and therefore uses its connect...

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  • Error inserting into table with identity column

    I have 2 stored procedures. Both insert records into table variables, and each of those table variable has an identity column. One procedure executes and the other gives an error telling me that I am explicitly trying to insert into the identity column (which I'm not). Here is the code from the 2...

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  • Stored Procedures in SQL Server 2005

    Will you please explain me about Stored Procedures in SQL Server 2005?

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  • SharePoint profile import error

    When performing a full or incremental profile import, I always get these three errors in the event viewer: A runtime exception was detected. Details follow. Message: Could not find stored procedure 'proc_ar_BumpCacheInvalidationCounter'. Technical Details: System.Data.SqlClient.SqlException: Could...

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  • Calling an Oracle stored procedure from SQL Server

    Is it possible to call an Oracle stored procedure from SQL Server?

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  • Passing an array into a Stored Procedure

    Is there a possibility of passing an array into a Stored procedure? I'm using Java and SQL Server 2000.

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  • Calling a SQL Server 05 Stored Procedure from Oracle

    Is it possible to call a SQL Server 2005 stored procedure from Oracle? If the sp is called get_item_desc and has one input parameter (item_id), what might this call look like? Any help most appreciated!

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  • Calling an Oracle stored procedure in Java

    In my Oracle database, I have this stored procedure: procedure getInfo ( p_ids IN IDS_TABLE, p_details OUT cursor ) Here's what the IDS_TABLE means: create or replace type IDS_TABLE as table of IDS create or replace type IDS as object ( id1 NUMBER, id2 NUMBER, id3 NUMBER ) Would it be possible for...

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  • What’s the easiest way to test an Oracle stored procedure?

    We've been working on an ASP.NET project that's using an Oracle database. We've been using TOAD to add and manage stored procedures. This is where the problem lies....we're having too much trouble testing an Oracle stored procedure. Here's an example of one of our stored procedures: CREATE OR...

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  • How can I connect DB and input values in stored procedures using VBA

    Hi all, I'm using a automation tool, which is with VBA scripting. I want to execute the stored procedure by giving the values. guys help me.

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