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  • Copy a SQL Binary Large Object (BLOB) from one database to another

    Is there  a way to find out the name of a Blob stored in a database. I am trying the code below and apparently the name is not correct. SQL> Declare   2   tpsr Blob;   3   spsr blob;   4  Begin   5   Select '8502' into tpsr from ca90joetmp.spec_form_psr where spec_form_id = '90710';...

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  • Archiving Exchange 2007 in a SQL database

    How do you set up an SQL database/server to receive and store archiving/journaling for exchange 2003/2007 email.

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  • SQL Database is corrupted

    Respected sir, Unfortunately the hard disk of my system is damaged, now I recovered my database. but it cannot be attached again to SQL management studio 2005. The error is myfile.mdf is not a primary database file. (SQL server, error 5171) Please sir help me.

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  • How do I save pictures in database VB.NET

    I'm using SQL Express to develop application which have I pictures so I can try how a save picture inside database and loading VB picture box. Can anyone tell me please? How do I do this?

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  • Exporting a SQL database to MySQL

    I have a MS SQL .BAK database that I need to convert to MySQL. I was able to import the database but not actually export to MySQL. A friend of mine told me to use MySQL Migration Toolkit but it's been replaced by MySQL Workbench. Can I use this tool to migrate the database? Or is there another way...

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  • VB.NET code to search if a record already exists or not

    Hi! I need a fresher..I want a VB.net code to search record from SQL database table by using two fields of table as a condition i.e client name and client code before saving any new record and if record already exist in table it give me message for that. I'm sending you the code. Please help...

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  • SQL convert numeric to date format

    How can I convert an 8 digit numeric (format ccyymmdd) into a real datefield to be used in date arithmetics? I need to calculate the number of months between the month (current date) and a date represented in my DB as an 8 digit numeric with format "ccyymmdd". Therefor (I assume) I need to convert...

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  • How to read a table in SQL database

    How can I read a table in a SQL database?

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  • Connecting a SQL database to Lotus Domino Designer

    I've been creating a Lotus Notes application that have dynamic combo boxes. Those boxes are going to be retrieved by selecting from a SQL database. Since I'm pretty new to Lotus Domino, could someone help with connecting my SQL database to Lotus Domino Designer? Thanks.

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  • It seems our SQL database is corrupted

    Hi, Is there a way to completely check a SQL-Anywhere database (5.5.05) integrity? "Validate" won't help: we had databases that were broken but "validate"  always told us that everything is o.k. :-( I had the idea to simple read every record in every table (first "select count(*) from...", second...

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  • SQL database recovery from corrupt database file!

    Last week I backed up my SQL Server by using BE 2012. I named the file "SQL Server BAK" which contained copies of my SQL Server databases. A few days ago I lost some part of my data due to accidental deletion. I backed it up, so I tried to restore the database from the .bkf file. The problem comes...

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  • Documenting column in SQL table in QADBIFLD (AS400)

    When a table is created with SQL, several fields in the system cross-reference file QADBIFLD gets content (headings, defults a.o). I noticed that the QADBIFLD table contains a column named DBIREM (length 2000 bytes..). I also noticed that the old S36 IDDU actually put some documentation into this...

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  • Security issues for MySQL in a cloud environment?

    Hi everyone! In general, I've been asked by my manager to find out about running a MySQL DB on a cloud -- has anyone done this, and what do you think are the security issues that can come up when doing so? More specifically, IT has questioned me about how auditing would work on a cloud, and what...

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  • Database replication in SQL Express

    Please suggest me some way about how to replicate data at regular intervals among two or more systems having its own SQL Express database.

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  • What’s the best way to create a cloud-based SQL database?

    We have a website that's currently being hosted on Amazon S3 and it's working fine. But we have run into a problem with our data (and it's static). So the next step we're looking at is to create a SQL database in the cloud so we can store user data. Could we possibly do this through Amazon AWS or...

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  • Restore a SQL Express 10.0 database

    How can I restore a SQL Express 10.0 database on SQL Express 10.5?

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  • Adding a field when using SQL to copy a file on iSeries

    My company is upgrading some applications and I need to copy the data from current files into the new files. In some cases the new files have additional fields. Is there a way with sql to copy the current data and at the same time add either a default value or a running sequentional value to the...

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  • SQL 2000 migration to SQL 2005 – need to preserve user security

    Hi, I have a customer that is planning on moving to new hardware and performing a SQL upgrade (2000->2005).  I know that our application (FileNet Image Services) is sensitive to what we refer to as an "orphaned" database.  Our app stops working if a database is simply detached/attached to...

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  • Database Creation

    Recieving an error for database creation permission for sql 2005. Please advise

    Praya5 pointsBadges:
  • Read Excel from Sql Server 2005/2008 SQLEXPRESS

    How to read the excel data's from Sql Server 2005/2008 SQLEXPRESS

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