• Import data from Access into SQL Server 2005

    Hello, I have a large database on ms access with more than 100 tables. I am planning to do migrate this database into MS SQL Server 2005. I am receiving info into database access on a daily basis. So I have to do an auto job to import data from access into SQL Server 2005. I think that creating a...

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  • How can I pass tablename as a parameter in MySQL stored procedure?

    my SQL stored procedure is like this.... ALTER PROCEDURE [dbo].[Sp_InsertDataMaster] @_ImageID int, @_Stat bit, @_tablename nvarchar(200) AS begin declare @strTemp nvarchar(max) set @strTemp = 'Insert into ' + @_tablename + '(ImageID,Status) values ('+ convert(nvarchar(5),@_ImageID) +','+...

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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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  • Debugging stored procedures for DB2

    Is there a tool for IBM DB2 similar to PL/SQL Developer where I can develop a debug stored procedures?

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  • Row by Row Stored Procedure in SQL Server 2008 R2

    Hi all, Hopefully someone will be able to help me here - I'm nearly there but can't get it right, I'm trying to create a stored procedure that when it runs, it will do a query and then send send an email out for each of the rows that it returns. e.g. If I have a DB with 4 columns (ID, Days,...

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  • Exporting stored procedure results into an XML file in SQL Server

    I need to export the result from a stored procedure into an XML file directly in SQL Server. How would I go about doing this?

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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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  • Calling a stored procedure in a SELECT list on SQL Server 2000

    I am using SQL Server 2000, and my question is: is there any way to call a stored procedure in a SELECT list?

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  • Creating stored procedures to execute tables at runtime on a SQL Server

    I’d like to execute different tables at runtime on my SQL Server by creating stored procedures. This is the syntax I am attempting to use: create procedure sp1(colname varchar(400), tab_name IN varchar2) AS BEGIN select * from '@TABLENAME' where CompanyName='@COLUMNNAME' end Is this syntax...

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  • How can I write a stored procedure to copy data from one database to another database on the same SQL Server, every weekend?

    How can I write a stored procedure to copy data from one database to another database on the same SQL Server, every weekend?

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  • Ability to spawn (or fork) a sproc in SQL Server 2000

    Is it possible in SQL Server 2000 for a sproc to call another sproc and then return it's output variables and close before (or while) the nested sproc processes? Goal is to nest a sproc that willl perform auditing on the called sproc without slowing it down waiting for the auditing.

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  • How to read data from a stored procedure in RPGLE

    How do I read data from a stored procedure?

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  • Issue with passing data between two SQL Server databases

    I am having an issue to passing data between two SQL Server databases. I can not simply use Import/Export functions or Data Transfer Functions from SSIS because I was asked to transfer “20%” data with more than 15 criteria among 400 tables. Also we are not allowed to use the linked server,...

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  • Stored procedures

    What is meant by stored procedures? What is purpose of them and where can we use this stored procedure? Can any one provide the information regarding this? Thanks in advance.

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  • SQL server

    i want to copy  the store peocedure from one database to another . iam using sql2005

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  • Code Impact Analysis Tool

    Hi, Need a tool to do the impact analysis of .net/java/com code files and should produce the matched code/classes/objects/methods/references etc. for a particular database hit (stored-procedure or select/insert/update query)

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  • Stored Procedure and crystal reports resources

    Can anyone please tell me where to buy store procedure and crystal reports book in one.  Thanks.

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  • SQL Server Help

    Hi all, I am running into a little bit of a problem. I need to insert records with a stored procedure into a table based on the information selected. From the info selected, it decides what table to insert it into.  Example: Select top 1 SerialNo from dbo.Serial --returns 'ASEEADL1234567' based on...

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  • SQL Server equivalent of Oracle’s “when no data found” exception

    In a stored procedure, I'm storing the result of a select statement in @variable. Is there a way to capture a SQL Code 100, like Oracle's SQLERRM(100)/ORA-01403 if no records are returned? I'm currently setting @variable = '*' before the select and and IF @variable = '*' afterwards, but there must...

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  • Validating Active Directory login from within a stored-procedure

    I have an application that needs to use active directory to ensure user login is valid. The issue is that the machine is in a different domain than our AD server. I am looking at creating a clr procedure on the SQL server that is in the same domain. Then from the application execute a procedure...

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