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IBM Data stage compiler error

I have installed InfoSphere Datastage 9.1.2 on Windows Server 2008 R2, and also installed C++, but when I try to compile a job show error in transform stage.
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CheckDB error 9003 SQL server 2014

Currently I am restoring SAN snapshots to another server nightly and running weekly checkdbs on that test server. The checkdb is throwing the following errors. The log scan number (105217:402:0) ...
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Is there any name for common sense / knowledge integrity constraints?

The Wikipedia page on data integrity lists 4 types of integrity constraints: entity integrity, referential integrity, domain integrity, and user-defined integrity. Is there a name for integrity ...
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Is there any point in specifying the precision and scale of a number for a foreign key?

I am running Oracle 11gR2 11.2.0.3. I have two tables: table1 contains a column named SUBJECT_ID, whose datatype is NUMBER(7,0) (numbers range from 13 to 48480) table2 contains a a column named ...
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When is it safe to disable InnoDB doublewrite buffering?

MySQL InnoDB allows us to disable doublewrite buffering by setting innodb_doublewrite = 0. Other databases doesn't seem to allow this setting to be tweaked. How could InnoDB still be able to maintain ...
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How to verify a SSAS Backup and how to perform Integrity Checks in SSAS?

I have a procedure to backup SSAS Databases that is working successfully. I also delete the SSAS backup files that are older than 2 days. What I am looking forward to implement is: 1) How to verify ...
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Understanding how relationship sides works

So, I have this relations on my tables (see image) and I need to understand some things. I'll enumerate what I understand and what I need from yours is to say if I'm right or not and in case I'm not ...
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Data exchange between 2 remote postgresql databases

As per subject I'm looking into a reliable way to synchronize 2 tables that have a same structure between two remote postgresql databases. I was thinking about dblink but an not really sure as in the ...
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eCommerce orders table. Save prices, or use an audit/history table?

Im designing my first eCommerce schema. I've been reading around the subject for a little while, and am a bit confused about the relationship between an order_line_item and a product A product can ...
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Is it safe to use “NOT BLOCKING” option on HSQL backup?

The HSQL documentation has the following to say about the "NOT BLOCKING" option on backups: Hot backup is performed if NOT BLOCKING is specified. In this mode, the database can be used during ...
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PostgreSQL 9.2 tstzrange null/infinity CONSTRAINT CHECK

I'd like to limit a PostgreSQL 9.2 tstzrange to valid dates at both ends. No NULLs nor 'infinity'. Various revisions of this SQL isn't constraining '-/+infinity' input: CREATE TABLE bill ( id ...
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Restoring tab exports to a mysql database with integrity

I have a database with a lot of data for a client that's on a shared web host. Doing a plain mysqldump is causing the job to get killed on the server, so we were looking at backing up the tables ...
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Complex constraint across all data in a table

We have a table to record processing that occurs on a system and we need to ensure that only a single row has an 'in process' status. I want to ensure that the result of this is always either zero or ...
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how I can create check sum to validate no changes at int string pairs on table

Business case is. 1)Users print document on paper 2)users carry printed paper to Boss, Boss sing on paper 3)after that users going to administrator to digitally sign that paper. My task is to help ...
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How can I enforce data integrity in this model with a M:2 relationship?

This model describes a part of my database (somewhat simplified): A "Tumor model" describes an experiment a researcher does on animals. The "Animal line" is a breed of lab animals, e.g. a Black 6 ...
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Is SET INTEGRITY of any use after IMPORT statements, or just after LOAD statements?

I'm getting the feeling, both from documentation and empirically, that you can only put SET INTEGRITY to good use after a LOAD, not after an IMPORT. LOAD is mentioned for SET INTEGRITY, but not ...
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MySQL: Fixing Unique key constraint violation

I have a database with an unique key constraint. When I import this database from a dump created by mysqldump I get '14698-3' for key 'UNQ_CATALOGS EARCH_FULLTEXT_PRODUCT_ID_STORE_ID' But when I ...
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How do I ensure consistent MySQL backups?

How can we ensure MySQL backups are consistent when they are taken as full backups as well as incremental backups using binlogs? According to me, I record the COUNT(*) from random tables after ...
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Reformatting master MySQL server and temporary solution

We have MySQL master and replication servers both running on different machines. We have noticed some system files showing integrity issues in the master machine. Temporarily we would like to make the ...
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Modelling constraints on subset aggregates?

This is a cross-post from Stack Overflow. I figured I might get more interesting thoughts here. I am using PostgreSQL but I figure most of the top-end db's must have some similar capabilities, and ...
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What is the actual lowest possible positive REAL number

MSDN says that the range of REAL numbers is - 3.40E + 38 to -1.18E - 38, 0 and 1.18E - 38 to 3.40E + 38. Apparently the true lower limit is much lower. The following script populates a REAL column ...
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How do you verify that all InnoDB tables are in good shape?

Without using a script, Is there a way to get mysql to check all the tables at once to make sure they're not corrupted?