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Status for a service broker queue

Looking at the sys.service_queues DMV, I see that there are columns called "is_enqueue_enabled" and "is_receive_enabled". However, in the "ALTER QUEUE" DDL, there only seems to be a "STATUS" that can ...
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how to send mail from gmail smtp server by using the ssis [duplicate]

I'm just getting into sql-server SSIS, so forgive me if this is a basic question. Use the SSISwant to send mail from gmail smtp server. Smtp host =smtp.gmail.com port=587 , ...
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Non clustered index : performance issue

I have table which has schema as follows TABLE EMP EMPID - Primary KEY DEPTID - NON Clustered Index ISActive - NON Clustered Index It has other non index columns as well This table is ...
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mysql auto adjusting max connections values

I have set max connections to around 2000 in my.cnf file. max_connections=2048 I have upgraded to 5.5.20 and now I see the following line in the error log. 120201 19:40:24 [Warning] Changed ...
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What is a basic model for making a database with users and groups?

I'm trying to find the best way for a basic security system for a website. I know I want users and groups. I thought I'd have: user_table user_id user_name ... group_type group_id group_name ...
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177 views

Why isn't the result of an OpenQuery refreshing?

I'm trying to get some data from the Active Directory in SQL. I use the code: SELECT * FROM OpenQuery ( ADSI, 'SELECT objectGUID, objectSID, employeeID, lastLogon, mobile, telephoneNumber, mail, ...
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ORA-04031: unable to allocate bytes of shared memory (“”,“”,“”,“”)

I am receiving this error in a development database. It happens on some specific queries (simple inserts and deletes via .NET application). The database is used by one user, and error happens ...
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can mysql cli exit with error if no records returned?

I would like to execute a sql command in bash, and do something based on whether or not there was a result. e.g. $ LOOKUP=123; mysql -e \ 'SELECT id FROM table WHERE id='$LOOKUP dbname \ ...
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SSAS Modelling - many to many with one dimension

I'm having bit of a hard time modelling an OLAP cube. My analogy is this: I have a list of students. Each one has one Major subject of study, and zero or more minors, up to five in total. The raw ...
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restoring a table from sql file in postgresql through Windows Command prompt

Im trying to restore an sql file which contains the dumpf a table (with COPY commands) into a table into the database, it would be great if someone could share an example, as the pg_restore doesn't ...
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Attaching MDF without LDF

I only have an .mdf file of my database which is not attaching. I am using the following command: EXEC sp_attach_single_file_db @dbname = 'Test_Data', @physname = N'D:\Test_Data\Test_Data.mdf'; ...
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Oracle11.2g post-installation problem on Oracle Linux kernel

[question copied from stackoverflow] After installation of Oracle 11.2g in silent mode on the Oracle Linux kernel, I have the following error: [u01/app/oracle/product/11/bin] $ sqlplus sqlplus ...
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Why does it take so long to calculate an Execution Plan?

One of our customers has just upgraded to a new server. For a particular stored procedure the first time you execute it, is taking over three minutes to run. Subsequent runs are less than 1 second. ...
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SHRINK FILE works with SA but not as a normal user

My problem is that when I try to shrink the Log it works when I am logged in as SA but when I log in as a "normal" USER it does not shrink the log. (SQL Express 2008r2) I have tried to find a answer ...
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how to set default charset while create new field

Is there any command in mysql that makes the following: if I create a new field and I set the type to TEXT than it automatically knows that by this I mean not latin1_swedish_ci but utf8_hungarian_ci ...
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sp_send_dbmail with attachment

SQL Server 2008, connecting via SQL Server Authentication. I have a sproc in DatabaseA which calls sp_send_dbmail in msdb to send an email with a file attachment. The file is on the db server, not on ...
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1answer
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MySQL wont start after modifying /etc/my.cnf

I have Linux Red Hat 5, with Zend Server and MySQL Server installed. I am trying to change the default MySQL port to 512. However, after making this change, MySQL will no longer startup. I get the ...
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Can I physically split a SQL Server database?

I seem to remember some time ago reading an article saying I could split a SQL Server database into more than one file, allow me to elaborate. I have a database that has a dozen or so tables that ...
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1answer
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How can I disallow restore from backup on SQL Server?

I want to disallow restore from backup. How can I do this? One Of my friends said to me "Take a certificate for your database and anyone cant restore from your backup" I searched about ...
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1answer
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mysql: find column data size on disk

I have fairly large MyISAM table with longtext field in it Table size is somewhat 16GB. I need to know if clearing this column in old records helps to keep table small I can retrieve table wise ...
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1answer
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sp_dts_getfolder isn't in my MSDB database, any ideas why?

We're currently moving our applications from a SQL 2005 to a SQL 2008 R2 database and everything has gone well(ish) but now one of our applications calls a stored proc called sp_dts_getfolder which is ...
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Copy scheduling information form local system to remote system SSRS

I am scheduling some reports locally in my system. How can I copy this schedule information to remote system to avoid re-doing of scheduling at remote system?
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SSRS schedule failure intimation

I am scheduling a report using SQL Server Reporting Services Subscription option. Suppose my rdl file is corrupted or my stored procedure has got some problem. Then the report won’t generate in its ...
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1answer
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Oracle SQL for left outer join to rownum = 1 of another query?

Background I have a query joining many tables together, the chief of which is a workorder table. I also have a table called WOStatusHistory, which stores every status for every workorder. A diagram ...
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1answer
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Who changed the job schedule on a SQL Server Agent Job (SQL 2000)

Someone (or some unknown process) changed the job schedule on a SQL Server Agent Job on a SQL 2000 database. The original start time was 6:00, but was changed to 4:45; that much I can determine. Is ...
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Splitting Tables in MySQL. Good practice?

I have started working on an existing project and the previous developer had split up a table into 10 separate tables with identical schemas but different data. The tables look like this: ...
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2answers
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pt-table-checksum with slaves using non-standard ports

Trying to run pt-table-checksum to detect slave drift in MySQL replication. My slaves are not using the standard TCP listening port however, and so when I run the tool I get an error: Cannot connect ...
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1answer
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Reading and writing the common data

I have a couple tables and application service that intensively inserts, updates its. From the other hand some client application have to read data using those tables. Sometimes client application ...
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How many Sproc Parameters is too many?

I've just started writing a Stored Procedure in SQL Server 2008 and have 30+ parameters. I've never written one with more than ~10 parameters, and that got me thinking... At what point are there too ...
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do oracle redo logs need to be copied when all other data is copied to a new disks?

I have to migrate all data for an Oracle server from the present SAN to a new SAN. It is an 11g database in production on a Linux server. Database software is on local disk but all data (including ...
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3answers
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How do i set up an Alert that tells me when a replication of data failed?

I've got Database Mail setup and tested fine. Alerts do work when I stop and start the replication agent job, but I cannot get it to throw any alerts when data moves from a publisher db to a ...
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Painless way to create a clustered index on a huge table?

So we have a customer site that is complaining about some seriously slow performance. I took one look and it's obvious that the problem is because Somebody Else (grrrr) designed a table holding some ...
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Installing SQL Server Express instance so common users can access

I need to install a SQL Server Express instance (as an admin) which can be later on read and modified by regular users. I run into http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms254504.aspx, and I'm ...
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When is a result returned deterministic and when not?

if you execute a statement like this: select first field1, field2 from exampleTable where field1 = '1'; then you get a warning like this: The result returned is non deterministic SQLCode=122 ...
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1answer
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enable agent XPs

I am trying to run the following script on SQL 2000: sp_configure 'show advanced options', 1; GO RECONFIGURE; GO sp_configure 'ave enabled' 1; GO RECONFIGURE; GO sp_configure 'Agent XPs', 1; GO ...
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Is any tool for taking MySQL Dump Automatically with a particular time? [closed]

I am using VS2010 and MySQL for my project. My client wantw to take mysqldump every day like a daily backup. I want to give my client a tool for taking mysqldumps on a particular time schedule. Do ...
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Time to import an sql dump

I'm currently uploading one of Wikipedia's dump files. It has 1GB compressed and ~7GB uncompressed. It has been importing it for 6 hours already. The size of the imported table in MySQL is at the ...
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2answers
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Database size increases after creating a partition

I have just partitioned an existing table. The database size was 5GB with 14 million records prior to the partition operation. After the partition operation moved rows to the new FileGroup, I ...
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1answer
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Quick MySQL Backup (1 file per table)

I asked a relevant question few months back and got answer with wide variety of options for backup. But this time I have different scenario and I have got a database with 7 tables and 1 of them has ...
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2answers
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Inputs on handling large volumes of data for specific tables in SQL Server standard

I have large OLTP ERP database with 10 million records in few tables. The database size is as large as 10GB. I have few critical transaction tables like this: 1. Payments 2. Cheques etc., and each of ...
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1answer
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SQL Server 2008 R2 Most Efficient Full Text Search Field Type

In SQL Server 2008 R2, what is the most efficient column type to store data enabling full text search? I can currently see two options, nvarchar and varbinary. Which one performs better and why? ...
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Questionnaire database design - which way is better?

I have ONE long html page, several sets of questions divided into small sections (approx. 15 sub-sections in one page), the total of questions are about 100 questions: varies from input, multiple ...
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1answer
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Optimization: Delete with Top and minimize the where clause date range

I have a delete statement that get run repetitive until all the data are removed. Delete TOP (1000) From Log Where CreationDate < '2011-Dec-31' AND pKey NOT IN (...) I am considering of ...
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What is the best and easiest way to turn off SQL Server when not in use?

Situation: developer workstations that typically just use the client tools to connect to other non-local sql servers. However, there are rare times that having the full version of sql server to do ...
4
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2answers
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how to get unique records

Table structure CREATE TABLE [dbo].[Order Details2]( [OrderID] [int] NOT NULL, [ProductID] [int] NOT NULL, [UnitPrice] [money] NOT NULL DEFAULT (0), [Quantity] [smallint] NOT NULL ...
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1answer
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CREATE DATABASE Permission denied in database 'master' error

I'm working with a tool that as one of the automated steps will attach databases from my file system to my local SQL Express 2008 instance. The tool requires a login in the sysadmin server role, for ...
3
votes
2answers
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How to keep one query from slowing down entire database?

Using MySQL 5.0.x, we have a process to generate benchmarks for our business that consolidates a bunch of data, then pull out data based on certain criteria. This process used to take 18 hours, it's ...
6
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3answers
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How much memory will a MEMORY table take up?

Let's say I have a MyISAM table with a data length of 4.8GB and an index length of 6.2GB. So, a total data size of eleven gig. How much memory would this require, were I to convert it to a MEMORY ...
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3answers
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SQL Analysis Services - SSAS

Do you know what the best practices would be regarding SSAS and having real-time reports. I am not sure if we should be pulling data off our live database or using SSIS to move data periodically to a ...
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2answers
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In a trigger, how to check if no fields have changed?

If we receive an update statement that does not check if the value has changed in the where clause, what are the different ways to ignore that update inside a trigger? I know we can do a comparison ...

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