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sql server replication - error when creating a subscription - The article '(null)' does not exist

when trying to add a subscription to an existing publication use [Product] exec sp_addsubscription @publication = N'Product', @subscriber = N'REPLON1', @destination_db = N'Product', ...
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Selecting records where date range is current year minus #years

I want to select and eventually delete records from a point in time earlier than current year minus "x" years. I'm unsure of the most efficient way to do this.
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Create rows when selected rows exist

I haven't spent much time with SQL Server, and I can't seem to figure something out. I have 3 tables; user, usergroup, group. usergroup is a table that contains both a group id and a user id, where ...
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0answers
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Recover mysql using data folder

One of our MySQL servers died but somehow we were able to recover all the files from it. This server was a slave at one time however we stopped it being a slave so we could use it for housekeeping ...
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1answer
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How should I handle unknown primary keys?

I'm working as a database-administrator at a school. Recently the school upgraded its pupil administrative software into a web-based solution. This works great, but this web-based solution is missing ...
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SQL server data copy bug?

I have one query who shows some data, and those data I'm manually copying to Table1. The query shows the numeric type and it is in this form Query +---------------+ | status ...
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1answer
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Use of smallserial gives error with PostgreSQL

I know the very basics of databases. I worked in the past with MySQL and recently switched to PostgreSQL (9.1) with PostGIS 2.0.1. At the moment I'm designing a new database and I use the tool ...
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0answers
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How to find queries that timed out in MongoDB?

Is it possible to find queries in the system.profile-Collection of a MongoDB-database that did not finish due to a timeout? I found some queries that ran longer than the time specified in $maxTimeMS. ...
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Synchronise Oracle Tables to SQL Server

Our ERP is using an Oracle database while our BI system is based on SQL Server. We need to get the changed data in Oracle and copy it in our staging area. At the moment we get the changed rows by ...
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1answer
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T-SQL Trying to create a trigger that uses joins across 2 server instances [on hold]

I am trying to complete a trigger on 2 instances of SQL Server. I am running MS Dynamics ERP set CRM & GP. I need to remove data from one server once an update happens to another table. I have ...
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1answer
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MobiLink: How to add a new table to synchronisation using Sybase Central and mlagent

How to add a new table to a synchronisation using mlagent configured from Sybase Central. This might be related to this or this question. When doing a change on remote database as described on ...
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Postgres - Error while adding constraints

Can anyone tell me what this error is? And How to resolve it? ERROR: could not read block 27651 in file "base/114689/118316": read only 4096 of 8192 bytes CONTEXT: SQL statement "SELECT ...
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Innobackupex: How to extract individual files from xbstream compressed backups

We are scripting a mix of full and incremental backup setup for our prodcut backend with sunday triggering full backup and incremental backup on all the remaining days. In this process, we should be ...
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0answers
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sql server replication - how to find and drop subscriptions?

I had 2 subscriptions to a publication, but they were from the same subscriber server and writing to the same subscriber database, just one was bad and one was running fine. I could not find a ...
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1answer
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How can I inform myself that an automatic SQL Server process has worked?

I have a Windows batch file which extracts some data from a remote system and then imports it into an instance of MS SQL Server 2014. The batch file runs SQLCMD and uses SQL files to bulk insert from ...
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3answers
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Show all stored procedure definitions (content) for editing

Apologies if this has been asked before, the suggested 'related' questions weren't relevant and my own search turned up very little. I need to list the definitions (code) of all my stored procedures, ...
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How to use multiple conditions using AND and OR in WHERE statement? [on hold]

how can I apply a multiple conditions in my WHERE clause using AND and OR? What is the best way to apply this? My scenario looks something like this. ...
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0answers
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Recommended Database(s) for Selecting Random Rows

I'm familiar with selecting random rows from a table in PostgreSQL. It's really slow. I've looked into some other databases and they all seem to be bad at it. Mostly because it's not a normal use case ...
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1answer
13 views

Optimal time interval for scheduling of Transaction Log Backup

I have a database which is currently of size 50 MB. The database is bound to grow by 10 to 15 MB per hour and the data is important. So, I wanted to ask what should be the optimal time interval in ...
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1answer
22 views

Location of RMAN backup

I have two servers. One is DB server another is RMAN Catalog DB server. From my RMAN Catalog, I connect to my remote DB server and I run the backup. Where will the backup files be stored? Will it be ...
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1answer
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Is my shopping list database schema good enough?

So Im wondering if my schema is correct? It's basically suppose to hold shopping list items for each user, a user belongs to a household. Items will be added to the household. The stocklist is ...
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2answers
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Uses of Database Mail [on hold]

What can I use Database Mail for in SQL Server 2012? I have configured Database Mail but would also like to know where I can use it.
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0answers
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How to archive DB2 data

The current system is going to become obsolete but we need to preserve the data as part of compliance for a few years. (P.S. The system is on a mainframe.) What are the various ways I can achieve the ...
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1answer
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Secondary and Arbiter stuck in Startup

I'm using MongoDB version 3.0.0. I'm trying to setup mongodb replication on our machine. Replication was initially setup but due to some changes on the VM the entire thing crashed. When I tried to set ...
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0answers
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Joining a date range with a query that needs the date

I've got a table of orders id, start_date (not null), end_date, client_id, order_type ("standing", or "temporary") The data has non overlapping standing orders for a client_id and occasionally a ...
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1answer
15 views

Does our application work with sql-server AlwaysOn?

This is the question a client of ours is asking. For now I have given a generic response that we will support this however they should provide us with a test environment. Our application is using ...
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0answers
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Design for fast database query over millions of rows [on hold]

I want to query in a database like : Let us consider a student table with the following attributes: (Id, Age, CGPA, Address, Gender). Our table contains record for all the student in the world (so my ...
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0answers
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Insert row not working in postgres-xl?

I am using postgres-xl 9.2 in ubuntu 12.04. The Problem is i am not able to insert data in table. apple@ubuntu:/usr/local/pgsql/bin$ ./psql postgres -p 7777 -h localhost psql (PGXL 9.2.0, based on PG ...
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1answer
46 views

Minimum value on most recent date per account MS ACCESS SQL

I have a MS ACCESS DB table Riskscore with the three fields: CHACCTBS, CHRQDATE, CHSCORE and want to find the lowest CHSCORE on the most recent CHRQDATE per CHACCTBS where it is possible to have ...
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0answers
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MySQL Query with good execution plan is very slow due to Sending data operation

I have the following query: SELECT a.borrowerId AS borrower_id, a.created, NULL AS initiator_team_id, NULL AS initiator_user_id, NULL AS old_team_id, NULL AS old_user_id, ...
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1answer
23 views

Database design - need someone to guide me

Im probably doing this wrong, but here it goes. Im trying to build something like very basic CRM. I know there are plenty of them, but I want something to learn actually. Requirements: Some ...
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2answers
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will table partitioning and compression help heavily used OLTP database?

We have a very big table which is over 300gb with over half billion rows in it. This table is used for audit purpose for all critical applications. A lot of inserts are happening per seconds. Due to ...
2
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0answers
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Moving from access to SQL2012, need help with column history

I'm moving an access database from all the data being in access to access being just a frontend, but I'm having trouble figuring out how to do a sort of column history. I have a tasks.description ...
2
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1answer
19 views

Plotting graphs for MYSQL

I was executing following command mysqladmin ext -i1 -c3600 It produces valuable output but I want to use the output to plot graphs so that I can visualize inserts, updates, buffer and other stuff. ...
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0answers
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Update Table Query: Automatically handle “Enter Parameter Value” prompts?

I'm trying to create a single, Update Query in Access 2007 that does all of these 3 things: Update (skipping zero-length values) Append Automatically handle missing Fields without showing any "Enter ...
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0answers
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MariaDB multi-master replication (star topology) - Bizarre out-of-sync behavior

This may look familiar, I've been learning about this stuff for a few days - but this is a new question. I have a setup like this: Every node is a master, and I have them all replicating to each ...
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1answer
20 views

When does SSIS SQL Server Configuration write to the configuration table?

I am using SQL Server configuration in an SSIS pacakge. Other than when you create/edit the SQL Server configuration entry in the SSIS Package Configurations, are there other times that SSIS writes to ...
4
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1answer
56 views

Stored procedure with recompile

I have this stored procedure..when i told the developers that it is not recommended to use with Recompile option they replied "This was because this SP can be called with a number of different params ...
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0answers
27 views

MySQL: is it more efficient to query for duplicate row or insert(update) on duplicate?

Just curious on resource efficiency. If I have a list of inserts that need to be accomplished repeatedly which may contain duplicates (there is no way around this, the API I have to work with sucks), ...
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1answer
19 views

Storing Large Nested Objects

What is the best way to store a large (thousands of properties) nested JSON object in Postgres? It does not need to be index, queried, or anything. Just written and read. Write speed isn't an issue ...
2
votes
0answers
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Options for copying data out of continuously updating tables

I work with a pretty large (O(10^1) TB) DB2 (LUW, v. 9.7) database. It's got data coming in on a continuous basis via Golden Gate replication from another DB2 database. It's used for business ...
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0answers
13 views

Migrating from SQL Server 2005 (Win 2003R2) to SQL Server 2008R2 (Win 2008R2) new Server [duplicate]

I am pretty new to the DBA field and i have been assigned to migrate all of my Production database from SQL server 2005( server A) to 2008R2 (Server B) and Decommission all of those database from 2005 ...
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1answer
26 views

Modulo operator with nonintegers - unexpected results

MySQL 5.5.32, Oracle 11g MySQL returns strange results for queries involving mod() with noninteger moduli. Why is this? I have a column defined thus: ...
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2answers
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Is an SQL Server trace 'considered harmful' in production?

Context: Careful DBAs We've been bought out a few times and our latest overlords have DBAs who keep carefully guard their production database servers. Overall this is good. However, we have run ...
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1answer
17 views

MYSQL find if a default value has been set for a table (DateTime Specifically)

I am trying to internationalize a database, but there are places where the timestamp that gets set is using NOW() instead of UTC_TIMESTAMP(), and it's using Amazon's RDS with multiple MySQL servers. ...
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0answers
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select does not use index when using different column

For my server: > select version(); +---------------------+ | version() | +---------------------+ | 10.0.17-MariaDB-log | +---------------------+ I created a small workable example of ...
0
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0answers
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INSERT INTO SELECT causing data to double

I have strange issue. I am working in a Teradata database. In a procedure I am populating a main table by processing data via multiple intermediate tables. But in the end only one table is populating ...
0
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1answer
11 views

RMAN archivelog backup in Oracle 11gR2

I use below command to do RMAN backups on rhel 5.9, but archivelog backups always ends up in $ORACLE_HOME/dbs Backup as compressed backupset database plus archivelog format '/path' How to use ...
0
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0answers
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Postgres 9.0 data huge folder

On our production environment we are using alfresco-4.0.c as content repository. Alfresco uses an instance of postgresql to index the contents. Looking at the filesystem size, I noticed I'm running ...
0
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2answers
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Is dmp file suitable despite ORA-01555 'snapshop too old' warnings?

Well, the title of the question is self-explanatory. Export finished successfully with warnings. Log shows several ORA-01555 snapshot too old errors. - Is it OK to use that dmp file to perform an ...

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