I have 5 GB data, when I move from SQL server 2000 to 2008 with Import and Export wizard, my LDF size is increased to 30 GB, Can I reduce my LDF file or move. In my one of the table contain around 20 Lakh data which i have normalized in 2008 and create 4 tables, so my data is entering in normalized form in 2008. But due to size by hard disk is full. I have used shrnik command but it reduce to only 1 GB.
Previous developers have developed a .SSISDeploymentManifest file (SQL Server 2005) to install SSIS packages which prompts a Package Installation wizard. I tried to install it on SQL Sever 2008 (it works on SQL Server 2005), but it failed with the error: "Storing or modifying packages in SQL Server requires the SSIS runtime and database to be the same version. Storing packages in earlier versions is not supported".
How do I install 2005 SSIS packages on SQL Server 2008? I have all the .dtsx files, not sure how to install them?
The sites that I've got are still in classic ASP. I know this is a good reason to move to .net but I don't want to have to redo all the sites yet.
So here is the problem:
When I have "On Error Resume Next" no erros get posted and everything runs just fine, the pulls from the database work perfectly. But as soon as we take On error resume next we start getting the following erros: err#424err desc:Object requiredsql:SELECT Name,URL,Title FROM tblMenu WHERE Parent_ID=1 AND Deleted=0 ORDER BY SortOrderScript Name: /index2.asp
For my web application I need to allow the user to upload a word document to the database. I've searched the forums and I've only been able to find with uploading to a server. Can anyone one give me a link to a tutorial or step by step guide on how to do it? I'm not even sure what data type to set the attribute to in the database.
For a while I've used shopping cart software in classic ASP that could use Access database or MS SQL Server.
I am now using a asp.net shopping cart application by the same company
However this program only supports MS SQL Server and not Access.
Would it be possible to export the SQL Server as an Access database (I've moved Access databases to MS SQL, so why not the other way)? Is there a way to support stored procedures in Access, and if not, any workarounds in ASP.net?
I used SQL SERVER 2008 R2 express as my web development database and I set its compatibility level to 2005. Unfortunately this database cannot be be attached to SQL server 2005. Are there any other options?
i had the sql 2008 enterprise and i want to go back to sql server 2005 because in 2008 i created new database but when i did some changes in the table , it gave me an eror that i cant save thins and i need to creat new one if some one know what i'm talking aboutif not i need the sql server installation tutorial i tried by myself but probebly i did it wrong and now i cant connect well to the sql
how to download a file , from sql server 2005 to local disk.
using asp.net and c# as my code behind, when i click on gridview column, a pop up windows should appear asking fr the path to save in local disk, when name is entered and save button is clicked, that particular file should get saved in disk.
i have a store procedure that load data in a table of SQL SERVER 2008 from an excel file.the issue is, that the excel file have a column of DATE type, and i want that the system interprets the format in it, no matter what comes in it.dd/MM/yyyy mm/dd/yyyyi have an argue about this with my parnerts, cause i think is imposible, if you don't have a format before the process runs.
how to read the data's in the text file using sql server 2000 and 2008. i have a text file in a server and it contains one column name with the multiple column values i need to read that informations and i need to update in a table in the database.
I need to be able to FTP a .txt file to a db2/400 server. Found this piece of code which I think I will be able to use. I do not see where I would place the content of the traditional "put" command (which I am using in dos), in this case my put would be: "C:File.txt library/file" (where to get the file and where to put it on db2/400).
Code: Public Sub uploadFileUsingFTP() Dim myFileName As String = "C:FuelFacsMacon_EOM_20110405_080937.txt"
Dim ftpWR As FtpWebRequest Dim ftpWP As FtpWebResponse [Code]....
I have created my database in SQL Server 2005 Enterprise Edition and now planning to tranfer this databse to another server, But this other server is SQL Server Standard Edition, So if i try to attach my database which is created in Enterprise Edition will get sucesully connected to Standard Version ? or i will get any error message or i am doing something wrong ? This situation is fine or Version should be kept same ?