What is it with you people today, the previous bloke wanted to use a trigger, you want to deploy a dtx and schedule it with some tool. USE A SQL JOB. That is precisely what it is designed for! there are a whole bunch of stuff available [^]
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Hi. I am creating an application that uses sqlserver and asp.net c#. I need to create a trigger that inserts data into a table 30 days before an expiry date field in another table. I have created the trigger but dont know how to implement the dates? Any suggestions would be appreciated.
I am new to ssis. I Created on pakcage which loops excel fils(.xls) of one folder and extracts to database.
I placed Excel files in one folder (like C:\Documents and Settings\username\My Documents\Temp). The Sqlserver2005 server located on another machine (where i need to dump the data from excel to this destination server.)
I am running package on my local machine. When i run it is giving below error at Excel Source of Data Flow task.
SSIS Error Code DTS_E_CANNOTACQUIRECONNECTIONFROMCONNECTIONMANAGER. The AcquireConnection method call to the connection manager "Excel" failed with error code 0xC0202009.
In DB2, i have used XMLAGG built in function in order to convert Rows to Column String Concatenation. Since lot of records are available in the table, performance wise it was too slow. Whether any user defined function is available for DB2 for string concatenation.
SELECT M.ID,(ROW_NUMBER() OVER(PARTITIONBY M.EmpID ORDERBY M.EmpID)) 'RowNumber', M.EmpID, M.Leave_Year, M.Taken, M.Credit,
FROM Table_Name WHERE ID<=M.ID AND EmpID=M.EmpID)
FROM Table_Name M
I wouldn't do that. It's against the "Rules" of normalization. You don't want to make a row dependant on another row in the same table.
Think of all the fuzz to update the table when you find out someone inserted some wrong data last year, or when HR decides to change the rules (quite probable actually).
So you should make a query that gets you the result you want instead.
Hint, checkout ROLLUP.
CASEWHEN (GROUPING(Leave_Year) = 1) THEN'Total Balance'ELSE ISNULL(Leave_Year, 'UNKNOWN')
SUM(Balance) AS Balance
GROUPBY EmpID, Leave_Year WITH ROLLUP
I haven't tested this code, but it should give you an idea.
I also assumed SQLServer, Different Databases have different syntax. Use Google.
Be excellent to each other. And... PARTY ON, DUDES!
Several screens (or one very functional one) to view the data in a variety of ways like by Phase, by ESXHost, by Application.
I think if we have several drop downs for filtering then that would work; so I can choose Phase 1, to show only the databases that will be migrated in Phase 1, then I can choose some other criteria and the screen shows a subset of data etc.
3. The Pre-requisites and Post-Migration checks should show whether the Phase or database migration is ready to start or is ok to complete.
I require your opinion on what approach is good and/or practical for the following scenario.
There is a web application which queries data from SQL server.
Users report to a manager
1. The process by clicking a button is finding who reports to me (manager)
2. So there is a stored procedure written to find the users reporting to the manager
Now, there is a report (rdlc on the web server displayed via reportviewer control) which takes the manager as an input to generate report data for the staff members reporting to that manager.
The stored procedure for this report uses existing stored procedure (as in step 2 above) to find the staff members reporting to the manager and then generate required data.
My question is:
1. Is this the right way of doing this
2. Is there a need to develop a separate SQL view just for this report
3. What would be the best approach on doing this.
Hi all. I am busy writing a program, in Microsoft Visual Web Developer, and have a database was several tables. The one I am focusing on now is the ACCOUNT table. This table contains username, password and email column.
I want to compare a username entered into a textbox with the existing usernames in the ACCOUNT table, so that I can create a message saying that the entered user already exists.
I know how to do this in C# with if statements, but am really unsure with SQL, since not sure how to use it with SELECT.Thanks
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