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Ease of Storage led to Massive Data Overload

Blog  Today, when buying airlines tickets online, you have the ability to know what type of airplane you will be flying in, you can pick up your seat and they type of meal you prefer. In addition, you will know how long the flight will take, what is the expected weather at destination and you can print yo...

Last updated: Dec 15, 2009   7:50 PM GMT  |  Blog: IT Project Management   |      Database, DataCenter, DataManagement
Batch processing and ActiveBatch 7.0

Blog  If you are a business manager or IT consultant, you know that there is not enough time, time is your biggest killer, so many tasks that need to be executed in the shortest possible time. The concept of batch processing (in its simplest form) is to have a software program (script) run a task for you...

Last updated: Nov 22, 2008   12:57 AM GMT  |  Blog: IT Project Management   |      CRM, Database, DataCenter
Do you need a SAN anymore?

Blog   Andrew Reichman has written a Forrester report titled Do You Really Need A SAN Anymore? The title itself has generated some industry buzz for obvious reasons, and several blog posts from SAN providers. Check out Chuck Hollis' (EMC), Hu Yoshida's (HDS), Tony Asaro's, and Chris Evans'. ...

Last updated: Dec 19, 2008   6:32 AM GMT  |  Blog: Taylor's Take on Storage   |      Application-Centric Storage, Database, DataManagement
In Focus: Dim vs. Dark Data Centers

Blog  When comparing a Dim Data Center to a Dark Data Center the obvious and clear solution would be to opt for a dark data center design which can be described as a remotely monitored IT environment, in which computer systems analyze and correct problems with minimal human involvement. To achieve a compl...

Last updated: Sep 22, 2008   8:17 PM GMT  |  Blog: Tales from the Data Center   |      Database, DataCenter, DataManagement
The desert island procedural set-based thinking challenge

Blog  The below text is contributed content to the Computer Weekly Developer Blog written by Michael Vessey, senior consultant with software quality specialist SQS. One of the biggest challenges for modern day developers is dealing with the number of platforms thrown at them by technology providers. Depe...

Last updated: Dec 12, 2011   3:08 AM GMT  |  Blog: CW Developer Network   |      Data, Database, methodology
What do vendors mean by "scalability"?

Blog  There is so much talk of big data and cloud these days that you can barely read a single tech story without hitting a slew of descriptive adjectives usually featuring the terms 'scalability' and 'flexibility'. If you're not scalable today, then you're not going forward. But the cloud is all about f...

Last updated: Oct 3, 2012   0:01 AM GMT  |  Blog: Open Source Insider   |      Data, Database, Hardware
Data's main drivers: volume, velocity, variety and variability

Blog  Trends typifying data usage today appear to fall into four categories. Volume, velocity, variety and variability; allow me to explain... Volume -- of data is getting higher/bigger than ever. Velocity -- of data is increasing e.g. Complex Event Processing of real time data. Variety -- of data is s...

Last updated: Nov 3, 2011   7:32 AM GMT  |  Blog: CW Developer Network   |      Analytics, BI, Big Data
Canonical on the cloud = IBM DB2 on Ubuntu

Blog  Canonical's engineering and professional services for Ubuntu has this week begun to offer the IBM DB2 database on the Linux-based operating system's cloud platform. A virtual appliance of IBM's DB2 Express-C software is now available to run on the Ubuntu cloud computing platform. The full version...

Last updated: Jul 23, 2010   8:39 AM GMT  |  Blog: Open Source Insider   |      "Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS)", "Small business", "virtual software appliance"
USE DATABASE

Answer  How can I write a stored procedure which can switch to new databases using something like "use DBASENAME", but without knowing the dbase names before the procedure runs? The example below was my attempt to do this using SP_EXECUTESQL. The reason for this is so that I can call stored procedures wit...

Last updated: Nov 7, 2007   1:40 PM GMT   |    Database, SQL, Stored Procedures
Possible Deadlock Condition

Answer  I have a server at work that I have been having some serious issues with. It is our main server that holds our database and runs our applications. For the last 3 days we have been receiving 'Possible Deadlock Condition' errors which leads to the server locking up. The only way to restart the serv...

Last updated: Dec 13, 2007   6:04 PM GMT   |    Database, SQL Server 2005
SQL 2005 Restore DB with Multiple files in Primary File group

Answer  Is it possible to take a backup of a database that has multiple files within the primary file group (10 total in this example) and restore that backup to a new database that has only one file in the primary file group? THanks, Lee

Last updated: Nov 6, 2007   8:58 PM GMT   |    Database, Restore, SQL
saving text files in oracle database

Answer  how to save text files in oracle database

Last updated: Nov 14, 2007   10:59 AM GMT   |    Database, Oracle
COBOL data appearing out of order in database

Answer  Hi....Would you know what could be the cause of data appearing in an IMS database out of order? Access type is HIDAM, rules=(,H). The segment that is out of sort order is a child, there are 4 occurrences, and it should be sorted by effective date. Here is an example of the database in data vantage...

Last updated: Jan 2, 2008   3:06 PM GMT   |    COBOL, Database
data sync

Answer  we have a home grown product developed in cobol and have schema defined as DDS. Our schema is very complex and system has been running for the past 10 years. As part of our application migration, we are planning to create a new database with relatively simple schema. We are planning to move the d...

Last updated: Jan 3, 2008   0:12 AM GMT   |    Database, Synchronization
export oracle 8i database from unixserver

Answer  I have oracle 8i database on unixserver. How i able to export the entire database or schema to windows Xp. plz suggest

Last updated: Jan 4, 2008   9:53 AM GMT   |    Database, Microsoft Windows XP, Oracle 8i
HOW TO INCLUDE LOG IN INFORMATION IN AN SQL SCRIPT

Answer  Please I have an SQL update statement which I want to put in an SQL script which users can run to update an oracle9i database running on a windows 2003 server.The statement is as follows: update jobs set JOBSTATE = 3 where APPID = 5 ; COMMIT; Exit I do not want users to be opening the script and ...

Last updated: Jan 21, 2008   12:06 AM GMT   |    Database, Microsoft Windows Server 2003, Oracle
I'm not able to use hints in my tables

Answer  I'm not able to use hints in my tables. TOAD is treating it as comment I think. Do I need to do some setting.????

Last updated: Jan 28, 2008   11:34 AM GMT   |    Database, TOAD
File sort using qshell (this time with tags)

Answer  Hi, I'm trying to use qshell to do a sort of a (non-keyed) DB2 database file to remove duplicate records. I use the following command :- sort -u /QSYS.LIB/$1.LIB/$2.FILE/$3.MBR | cat > /QSYS.LIB/$1.LIB/$2.FILE/$3.MBR Where $1 = Library name, $2 = File name, $3 = Member name. The command does ...

Last updated: Jan 16, 2008   3:12 PM GMT   |    AS/400, Database, IBM DB2
Oracle 9i how to create dictionary managed tablespace

Answer  Hi, How can i create database with SYSTEM as dictionary-managed in Oracle 9i?. DBCA creates by default a database with locally managed system tablespace. How can i change it? Thanks in advance.

Last updated: Jan 22, 2008   2:06 PM GMT   |    Database, DBCA, Oracle 9i
terminal server and gpo

Answer  i have a server 2003 that configure as a terminal server, and i want implement a strict acess to this server from client (xp pro) to that server, i create ou that called "for terminal users" and create for that ou a gpo, now,, i want to know how should i change the gpo to achive the next goals: 1. a...

Last updated: Aug 5, 2006   5:01 PM GMT   |    Access control, Application security, backdoors
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