Sql Server 2000->->->->->Data->->->-> Sql Server 2005
How can i migrate data from Sql Server 2000 to Sql Server 2000
A backup file of SQL 2000 can be restored on SQL 2005
ThanksMark post(s) as "Answer" that helped youElectronic ScrewWebsite||Blog||Dub@i.net...SQL Server Express >>> SQL Server
Hi SQL Server gurus
I have developed a web-site using SQL Server Express -- mainly due to the open licence. Now, when I look at the hosting companies, I see that some of them do not support SQL Server Express, allegedly due to performance issues. Is this a valid argument? In short, I am trying to find out whether SQL Server Express is good enough for me -- because it definitely seems to do what I want it to do -- OR should I be seriously thinking of upgrading as SQL Server Express will give me problems down the road? Will it be able to take the load when site tr...Recommendation
I'm looking for some quick advice on how to achieve a task I've been trying to do.
I run a script on my various SQL Servers (2000 and 2005). The script's output is an XML file. (I chose XML because the majority of the servers are on their own domains with different firewall rules and what not, so linking al servers was not an option).
I also created an XSD file (booooooooring), which I still need to link to all the tables I created in a central SQL (for now 2000) Server. So I have an x-amount of XML files in a folder, and I will need to import those one by one. So f...Sql, Sql express, Access or mysql for data
If this has been discussed before i apologise as i am fairly new to the asp forum and was not sure where to search for threads.
I am upgrading to a new web plan that supports asp and i noticed that godaddy supports all of the above databases. I was curious if there are any advantages to using one db over the others as far as web is concerned?
What i am looking to do is handle guestbook, logins for registered users which would control access to certain downloads and possibly pages as well. And it was also advised that i look into using a database to store and d...Problems SQL Server -> SQL Anywhere
We have a strange problem when moving from MS SQL Server to SQL Anywhere.
Can anyone help us with this problem
Windows XP Sp1
Visual C++ 6.0
Adaptive Server Anywhere 8.0
ODBC driver 8.00.01.2600
I have derived a recordset class from CRecordset,
and is using bulk row fetching. The data from the
database is fetched in batches of 25 rows (default
recordset size). If I terminate the operation when
x rows are handled, the remaining (25-x) rows will
turn up in the first batch when I restart the operation.
All is well so far, but the first batch will hold
...SQL Server Reporting Services for SQL SERVER 2000 AND Visual Studio.NET 2005 .NET 2.0
Hi, Which version of SQl Server Reporting Services will work with SQL SERVER 2000 in pararrel with ASP.NET 2.0 (.NET 2.0 framework)? Thanks, Azam HighOnCodingWanna get high!
Hi, Okay I got the answer. Yes, we can use the SQL SERVER 2005 Reporting Services with SQL SERVER 2000. HighOnCodingWanna get high! ...SQL Anywhere for QNX -> SQL Anywhere for NT
I have a system (local server with http-server and Sybase SQL Anywhere) on
QNX - several cgi-programs written on Watcom C with embedded SQL.
Now I want to try to move all programs to Win NT. But I don't have time to
entirely rewrite all the programs. Also currently I don't have opportunity
to try SQL Anywhere for NT. So before I begin to experiment I want to ask
First of all, I want to try to recompile all my cgi-programs with Watcom C
for DOS using SQL Anywhere for NT sql-preprocessor. (btw, I don't use any
qnx-specific functions in my programs). ...Tool to migrate from MS SQL -> Sybase SQL?
Is there a simple tool (besides bcp) to move from Microsoft SQL Server to
Sybase SQL Server? If yes, where can I find it?
Thanks in advance,
> Is there a simple tool (besides bcp) to move from Microsoft SQL Server to
> Sybase SQL Server? If yes, where can I find it?
When you're using an old version of Microsoft (4.x) you can upgrade it
to Sybase. I don't now if this is possible with newer versions too..
But on the other hand: it is not very difficult to generate a script to
bcp out and in all you tables. W...SQL A and SQL Server
Hi I heard SQL Server used to be owned by Watcom is this true? Is SQL
Anywhere, therefore, similar to SQL Server?
Not quite true. SQL Anywhere was created by Watcom. SQLServer was created by Sybase, and Microsoft licensed the
technology. So MSSQL and ASE have common roots, not SQLAnywhere.
"John Kingan" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message news:40d82aa1$1@forums-1-dub...
> Hi I heard SQL Server used to be owned by Watcom is this true? Is SQL
> Anywhere, therefore, similar to SQL Ser...SQL Express to SQL ?
I am developing a site using the express edition of all tools (VWD and SQL Express). I want to use GoDaddy hosting and was wondering if I will be able to effectively put my SQL database and website up on their hosting even though it was developed via Express edition of Microsoft programs?...sql or my sql query
hi,in my database i have the two tables...1)programs 2)reservedin the programs...two fields 1)program id 2)maxseats................these details wil be entered by adminin the reserved table two fileds ..1)PRogramid 2)statusmy requirement is .. i need the available seats..meansif any body is intersted in any program...they wil select the program...then status becomes approved(1)..then i need the o/p as ...Help! How do I create an SQL database on my machine? + Access -> SQL ??
According to my technical support for web hosting, for database format they only use "MS SQL" operating on a windows system, usualy clients create they're sites on their local machines using "MS SQL".
I'm just wondering.....
Is 'MS SQL' free? where can I get it?
I also have the option of creating the site round an access databse but I'm worried about the security issues,
do you think it would be wise to use access?
Is it easy to convert a site written in ASP.NET&ACCESS into a site using ASP.NET&"ms sql"?
because then I could code a sit...Strange difference between SQL from .Net and SQL within stored proc
Hi, I am trying to fill a DataGrid with random records from my database. It thought I had found a way to randomly select records using SQL. So I built a stored procedure in Access and sure enough, it returns a random set of records.
Whe I tried to call this from my app, it kept returning the same set of records. So I copied and pasted the SQL into the app (code below) but it made no difference. Could anyone tell me why this wouldn't work?
<%@ Page Language="VB" ContentType="text/html" ResponseEncoding="iso-8859-1" %><%@ Import Namespace="System.Data" %><%@ Import Namespace="...SQL >>> datediff in access 2000
DateDiff seems not working
Members.Fin) As Diff From Members
I want to get the number of minutes for each members between to columns Members.Deb and Members.Fin.. and it doesn't work
I found the seconds in that way
Members.Fin) As Diff From Members
but if I use "m" or "minute" I get an error, how can I get the minutes ?