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No such column error jdbc

Suppose I have a table: SERVICE={SID,NAME,PORT} and with the help of a Java program, I want to select the SID of the known port with the help of a SQL query: Select SID from SERVICE ...
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What minimum permissions do I need to provide to a user so that it can check the status of SQL Server Agent Service?

I have created a user and granted many permissions and roles to it including SQLAgentUserRole and SQLAgentReaderRole. My application checks the status of the agent to see if it is running or not, and ...
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Using non-replicated read/write databases on a MySQL slave server

I have a MySQL slave server that has two databases being replicated from a master. What I'd like to do is add a third database that I will exclude from replication and use as a read/write database. ...
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Transaction Time out error C#

Database Type : SQL server 2008 R2 Issue description: There are two machines. One is server machine(OS- Windows server Enterprise) another one is client machine(OS- Windows 7 professional). In Both ...
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Maintaining mongodb for a huge list of message “documents”?

Intro: I am working on an app right now for live messaging and it's almost complete. The database strategy is in order. So when a new message is created it is sent as an object fitting my mongoDB ...
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Using EncryptByPassPhrase in where condition

I am using EncryptByPassPhrase of sql server. But i am not able to use where condition properly. DECLARE @login_details TABLE(uid integer,username varchar(10),password varbinary(100)) insert into ...
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Is it impossible to store 2^266 records on a database of some kind? [closed]

Each records weighs 52 bytes, is it possible in today's technology if someone had the storage needed? What kind of db would hold the data and will make it possible to retrieve it. An example record: ...
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Short CIrcuit in WHERE clause [duplicate]

How to make short circuit in where clause, e.g: select 1 where 1=2 AND 1/0=0 In the above example 1/0=0 condition should not be evaluate as the first condition is false.
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434 views

Find actual data size from a query?

Is it possible to find the size of data contained in a particular query? e.g. I can use the following to find the number of rows per date: select mydatecolumn, count(*) from MyTable where ...
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Reduce read write delays in specific database setup

I have a database with a large table with 15 columns (type double). It contains a large amount of data (~ 100 rows of data for every second. Holds 3 days of data). I also have a real-time program that ...
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MySQL Master <=(Slave,Master)=> Slave configuration

Sorry for the wonky title if it got you confused. I want to know if a server can be a slave and master at the same time. Our problem is that we have lots of mobile units that need to be synced to the ...
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1answer
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Confused on how a value gets added with the DEFAULT constraint

A recent definition I've read about Default Constraints: DEFAULT is specified for a column to assign a column a specific value if no value is specified when a row is added. I believe I've seen code ...
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Powershell Error Handling W/ SQL Restore Jobs

I would like to rebuild many of our SQL scripts into Powershell to further integrate my department with the Windows Operations team and to open up a lot of other options. Questions: 1-preference ...
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Efficient way to fetch/update X records in a loop

What I need is a simple process that handles requests. I have setup a simple table as follows: CREATE TABLE Requests ( id INT NOT NULL AUTO_INCREMENT PRIMARY KEY, request_param VARCHAR(250) ...
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1answer
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Restoring a SQL Server 2008 R2 backup on SQL Server 2005

I'm getting an error whenever I restore a testing database on SQL Server 2005 that was backed up from SQL Server 2008 R2. It seems that I cannot restore from a higher version of sql onto lower ...
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0answers
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Lost all my Postgres database tables? [closed]

I'm a novice using PostgreSQL on a local database that I created using Postgres.app on my Mac. My dbase included multiple related tables with ~50MB of data, and after restarting my Mac (system update) ...
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How can I get rid of the “No Join Predicate” warning

I have this fairly straight-forward snippet of a query: DECLARE @ClientGUID numeric(16) = 9000011916900200; SELECT ch.GUID, c.LastName, c.FirstName, mrn.ClientIDCode AS MRN FROM Client c INNER ...
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SQL Query with optional WHERE clause parameter for date range?

I have a procedure that takes, among other things, start and end date parameters. These two parameters are optional inputs and default to NULL. What I would like to do is modify one of the current ...
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1answer
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Delete Query takes a long time

I have a innodb table that counts circa 1 billion entries. I started a delete operation (with a small where condition on an indexed column) that should delete a lot entries, leaving circa 100 million. ...
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How to update Status using IF Condition in Mysql trigger

I'm trying to write an update trigger that will Design_Update_Status to Customized when a date is entered in Custom_Design_Update_Date field and if nothing is entered that field it should update ...
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What type of fact table / loading solution for a reservation system?

I am designing a Data Warehouse with SQL Server 2012 and SSIS. The source system handles hotel reservations. The reservations are split between two tables, header and header line item. The ...
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1answer
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Index to fix this query MySQL

We have an extremely large forum running lots of third party software (Most of which doesn't run all that well) and we're starting to optimize things as time allows. This query keeps popping up in the ...
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1answer
434 views

ORA-00942: table or view does not exist

I have application / service which connects to Oracle database (11g) which shows me "ORA-00942: table or view does not exist" in its log file without any indication of particular table/view with ...
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What is the best practice for free space for a SQL server database drive?

I'm trying to determine the best practice for sizing a single database on a 120Gb data drive that will contain the LDF and MDF files. I'm assuming that I don't want to set the size to be the maximum ...
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0answers
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SCAN verification error during 11gr2 installation

Hi All, I am getting the following warning when installing RAC DB (11.2.0.4). Does any one has idea what could be the reason? I have tried to search from Metalink but no help. Can I proceed with ...
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1answer
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Dropped Database Connections in SQL Server 2008R2

We are having an annoying intermittent problem where database connections from our client application on a variety of stations will get dropped. We have applications that use ODBC, Borland Database ...
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1answer
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PostgreSQL : send all rows of a table to a function

I have a table with one column (double precision numbers). I also have made a function (with double precision numbers as input and output), and I want to send every value of my table to the function, ...
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I can't connect to my servers SQL database via an IP Address

I have setup a server that runs Windows Server 2008, and has SQL Server 2008 Express installed. I can connect to the machine's SQL Server Express database via the MACHINENAME/SQLEXPRESS. However ...
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What could cause an auto increment primary key to skip numbers?

I have a table created with the following T-SQL: CREATE TABLE [dbo].[TableName]( [id] [int] IDENTITY(1,1) NOT NULL PRIMARY KEY CLUSTERED ( [id] ASC )WITH (PAD_INDEX = OFF, ...
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1answer
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Rollback parent procedure on failure in MySQL

I have the following two procedures on my server: CREATE DEFINER=`someone`@`localhost` PROCEDURE `NewMagnet`( IN `nick` VARCHAR(32), IN `tth` CHAR(39), IN `name` TINYTEXT, IN ...
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1answer
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Migrating Postgres from 9.2 to 9.3

I have 2 CentOS servers, one is running PostgreSQL 9.2 and the other, 9.3. I'm trying to migrate the database but I'm getting 'relation does not exist' errors. What I did was on the 9.2 server: ...
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Altering Multiple Tables

I have database with 170+ tables in mssql 2012. Some of them contain the field "UserID", varchar(9) while others do not. Due to an application redesign, I need to alter all tables in the database to ...
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1answer
2k views

Version control tool for postgreSQL [closed]

Can anyone suggest a windows based version control tool for PostgreSQL. Thanks and Regards, GP
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Howto debug sudden crazy high CPU usage

I'm running postgresql 9.3 on a production server. An hour ago, out of the "blue", I ran into an issue I have never encountered before: my server started to use CPU as crazy. The server is a standard ...
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Naming convention for columns with same name (but different logically)?

How do I name columns in my database tables which have the same name in outside world but are logically separated? Lets say an example Company Share: 100% of 50% Now I have two company shares: ...
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1answer
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Database never maintained

Just moved from wrong forum i paste here my question: I just got a new client recently migrated from SQL Server 2000 to SQL Server 2005 due to vendor application limitation to new releases. Vendor ...
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1answer
175 views

How to change the output encoding of Oracle command line tools to UTF8?

I am using a german oracle 11.2.0g install, which has some command line tools communicating with some non-ascii characters (ü, ö, etc.). These are written out in iso8859-1 encoding, but I need them as ...
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1answer
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Need help with data model

Schema does not list all fields, but only the relevant ones User adds credits/funds to his account using paypal or Internet Banking (which has to be verified manually, and approved, so the 'status' ...
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243 views

Inside stored procedure, set column names of returned query according to variable

I have a query which I'd like to reuse, instead of having many different copies of it just for the sake of changing the column name. The report (for example) uses the same query, but there are either ...
3
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2answers
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How to Log All mysql queries into log file?

I am using Mysql 5.6.12 under Wamp server environment. Now I want to log All queries into ".log" file, the queries which are running by PHP or from PHPMyAdmin, I want to log them...
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1answer
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Connecting to Active Active Cluster Services

I have a two node active active cluster setup as below: NODE 1 - SQLINST1 ( with DTC1 ) NODE 2 - SQLINST2 ( with DTC2 ) I wish to now have the application connect to SQLINST2 whenever ...
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What synchronizes two delayed replicas, which is part of the replica set, included in sharded cluster?

Please take a look at my mongodb map at http://postimg.org/image/krzvmep4d/ What synchronizes two delayed replicas, which is part of the replica set, included in sharded cluster? How can I use my ...
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2answers
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Not able to select the disk during Oracle 11g Installation

Hi All, During the 11g installation on Win 2012, I am not able to select the available disks which are already stamped using ASM. Any idea what could be the reason? I have tried to select using ...
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0answers
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Not able to select the disk during Oracle 11g Installation [duplicate]

Hi All, During the installation, I am not able to select the available disks which are already stamped using ASM. Any idea what could be the reason? I have tried to select using keyboard space as ...
0
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1answer
2k views

Create table shows ERROR 1005(HY000) errno 150

i tried to create tables as per given in my textbook in MySQL server as follows: create table department (dept_name varchar(20), building varchar(15), budget numeric(12,2), ...
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1answer
373 views

Difference between COUNT(ColName) vs COUNT(ALL(ColName))

Both query return the same output: select COUNT(id) from Employee select COUNT(All(id)) from Employee So what is the difference in SQL-Server 2008R2?
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1answer
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mysql directory grow to 246G after one query, which failed due to table is full

I was trying to run the following statement with the hope to create a join of two existing tables. create table CRS_PAIR select concat_ws(',', a.TESTING_ID, b.TRAINING_ID, a.TESTING_C) as k, ...
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0answers
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Every 30 minutes mysql stuck for 20-30 seconds [closed]

I have very strong mysql 5.5 computer (Windows server / AWS) . My CPU ~8% ,Disk IO - 0.5% , ~Connection - 800 binlog_format=MIXED, innodb_read_io_threads=64, innodb_write_io_threads=64, ...
0
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1answer
3k views

MySQL database freezing after 'use'

I recently made a rather stupid mistake and corrupt my Ubuntu installation. To resolve it, I booted with a live cd and copied the database files over. However, now I have copied the folders from the ...
2
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3answers
193 views

How to make a better Data model

I am creating a database system using MySQL for a group in my school (a University). I am new to MySQL and its usage.I have started with the data modelling process, since this process will be the main ...

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