• Attaching files to row information in SQL server

    I'm a new babie in the use of SQL server. Infact i've never used it though i use SQL and Mysql but just as a beginner. Now i find myself in a company where I have to create a database for 180,000 records. whereas, each of these records have 5 documents to be attached against it. Please how can i go...

    Phunmie10 pointsBadges:
  • Cannot connect to SQL Server via LAN

    I try to add a new server registration using Enterprise Manager in a client machine to the SQL database in the server machine. I somehow keep getting 'Access denied' or registration failed. Then I can finally add the server registration after I open the shared folder at the server. Can anybody...

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  • Performance of very large SQL Server table with millions of rows

    Performance of very large sql server table with millions of rows: - I have a SQL server database - I have more than 200 tables in the database - I have one table that contains information on every row in all the tables. So this table will have millions of rows (Let us name it Bigtable) - Any data...

    Elhajjh5 pointsBadges:
  • Figuring out the SA password in order to upgrade to SQL Server 2005

    I am upgrading my firm’s legal software to a version that uses SQL Server 2005. We are on a Windows 2003 Small Business Server, and SQL Server was installed before I started at this firm. My new software needs me to login as the System Administrator. I cannot seem to do that, as I do not know...

    SQL Server Ask the Experts2,585 pointsBadges:
  • Password Policy for SQL Server 2000

    Is there any way to set Password expiration Policies on SQL Standard Users in SQL 2000?

    Rickmcd1,720 pointsBadges:
  • How to enable a trace for SQL Server Analysis Services using T-SQL?

    Hi I want to enable a trace on analysis services Filter only the errors and notifications log them in a table and send a mail. I am right now doing using sql profiler, but i dont want to do this using profiler as i have to log on the server continuously. I need to do this in T-sql like an SP or a...

    GIG240 pointsBadges:
  • Deleting a SQL Server with a common name

    How can we delete a SQL Server named "instance" when more than one item named "instance" is present?

    SQL Server Ask the Experts2,585 pointsBadges:
  • Implementing indexed views on a SQL Server

    How can I implement indexed views on our SQL Server? Is there an example that shows how they would improve query performance?

    SQL Server Ask the Experts2,585 pointsBadges:
  • Tracking Table Changes SQL Server 2005

    Is there a SQL Server 2005 script that would give all the table_names in a database, the last time they were updated and by whom? I've gotten as far as: select name, modify_date from sys.tables order by name but I can't figure out the "user" part.

    VelameLaCosa110 pointsBadges:
  • Multiple users with access to a table in SQL Server 2005

    If more than one user can put in a BEGIN TRAN statement, along with being able to update records, of the same table on SQL Server 2005, what will be the rollback results?

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  • SQL Server 2005 Maintenance Plans – overwrite vs. append

    I am trying to create a maintenance plan, but when I use the backup database widget, it defaults to 'append existing...'. I want 'oversrite existing...'. Can anyone help me find where that is set? Thank you Carla

    Cecrane10 pointsBadges:
  • SQL 2005 Transaction Logs

    I am by no means very good at SQL. I know the basics. I am a network engineer but was recently asked to do a few tasks in a SQL 2005 environment. I currently have a database that is residing off-site and I was asked to import the database and transaction logs so that this server can be used for...

    Danyluk15 pointsBadges:
  • run DBCC SQLPREF on linked server.

    I want to run DBCC command on linked server remotly

    Mangesh jadhav5 pointsBadges:
  • jobs runing on the server

    hi every 1, i am having a real tough time to figure this one out . i need to find out what jobs are schedule in the server that sends data out to ever . we are doing the migration from 2000 to 2005 and need to know which jobs send data to the another server . i looked at the sysjobs_view , it tells...

    deal11deal110 pointsBadges:
  • In an effort to free up SQL Server disk space, how can a DBA know when it is time to drop developers test databases from local servers?

    Apart from maintaining a SQL Server checklist to check in with developers, how can a DBA know if restored databases on local servers - that were gotten for developers to test – can be dropped after a few days? This would help increase the available SQL Server disk space. Let’s say about 7 user...

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  • Replication

    Can I have multiple Distributors configured on one SQL Server instance? Also, can I have multiple Distributors configured on one SQL Server instance? Finally, can I have multiple Subscribers configured on one SQL Server instance?

    Consultant16535 pointsBadges:
  • Merge Replication Identity Ranges

    What should the publication range and subscription range be set to for each table with identity ranges, bearing in mind thousands of changes can go into some tables each day. I have 1 Publisher and 9 Subscriptions (Merge) and have started getting "The Publisher failed to allocate a new set of...

    Ramapa25 pointsBadges:
  • sql server 2000

    i have booted my system with windows xp as user xyz with limited rights not an administrator now problem is i am not able to run sql server.please tell me what should i do to run sql server 2000 in user xyz. *it works with administrator login.

    Css10 pointsBadges:
  • SQL

    How to find out if database are crypted

    Mike645410 pointsBadges:

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