SQL Server :: Reading Text File Using Sql Server 2000 - 2008
Sep 22, 2010
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 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.
Could anyone tell me the features comparision between sql server 2000, 2005 and 2008 in the table format like below. sql server 2000 features | Extra features added/supported in 2005 | Extra features supported in 2008
I'm trying to read the contents of a text file into a text box on my form. When I run the following code, nothing happens.
VB.NET Code: Protected Sub lbLogs_SelectedIndexChanged(ByVal sender As Object, ByVal e As EventArgs) Handles lbLogs.SelectedIndexChanged For Each li As ListItem In lbLogs.Items If li.Selected Then Using sw As New StreamReader(li.Value) txtLog.Text = sw.ReadToEnd sw.Close() End Using End If Next End Sub
I populate the ListBox with ListItems and each ListItem's Value property holds the full path to the file. But, I removed all of that and just put txtLog.Text = "test" inside of the "is selected" block.
I an trying to update DNN fron 4.7 to 5.6 and am running into unresolved issues. Here is what I am trying to do in an isolated development environment: (original instalation is runing on 2000) Restore sql 2000 backup to latest sql express. Try a fresh complete install of 5.6
I am getting an error while attempting to restore the backup made on 2000 -to- 2008: TITLE: Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio ------------------------------ Specified cast is not valid. (SqlManagerUI) ------------------------------ BUTTONS: OK ------------------------------
Currently we are running an application build in VB6,ASP,Commerce Server2000 and Sql Server 2000. This application is running in Windows 2000 server.Now we are planning to migrate Windows server 2000 to Windows 2008.Will this application run in Windows 2008 or do we need to upgrade this application to dotnet and Sql 2008?
I am having some trouble upgrading an existing SQL Server 2000 Reporting Services installation from an old server to a new one commissioned for this purpose, which is running SQL Server 2008 Reporting Services. I have been following the instructions here: [URL] but after trying to connect with reporting services 2008, i get this error: The version of the report server database is either in a format that is not valid, or it cannot be read. The found version is 'C.0.6.54'. The expected version is '147'. (rsInvalidReportServerDatabase) before starting the process, I ran upgrade advisor and got back the following results:
Description Setup can upgrade a SQL Server 2000 Reporting Services instance that uses a SQL Server 2000 Database Engine in the same instance. However, upgrade is blocked if the report server database is in a different instance, on a remote instance, or runs on a remote SQL Server 2005 instance in SQL Server 2000 compatibility mode.
***** *note, our reporting services IS in the same instance as the SQL Server 2000 database engine. However, upgrade advisor still reported that this instance can not be automatically upgraded. *****
Corrective Action Choose either approach to continue with the upgrade: Upgrade the Database Engine instance on the remote computer before upgrading Reporting Services. The server cannot be in SQL Server 2000 compatibility mode after upgrade. Move the reportserver and reportservertempdb to a SQL Server 2005 or SQL Server 2008 Database Engine instance, and then use the Reporting Services Configuration tool to connect the report server to the database.
so, I went with option 2, move the database then connect. I have: -backed up the ReportServer and ReportServerTempDB databases from the old server, transferred them to the new and restored them to the 2008 Server as ReportServerOld. -I then renamed the old database to ReportServer and ReportServerTempDB, as this is required to use the database as a source apparently. I had to of course change the existing database names to ReportServerNew to perform the rename. I backed up the symetric key for this installation using the rskeymgmt utility...............
I have got a page in which there is a file upload option where I have to upload/import the csv file. What I want to do is to check if the correct format of file is uploaded for instance if any other than csv file is uploaded, the system should give an error message. Also what I need to do is to check certain fields of the csv file for instance there are some mandatory fields in the csv file which should be there like name , postcode, How can I check that these fields are not empty . After performing these task, the system should automatically upload the csv file onto the sql sever 2008.
I'm using the full-text feature on SQL Server 2008 RC2. Everything had been working well until today. I wanted to change the language for word breakers from Neutral to Slovakia. After I did that, I can't perform full-text search anymore. It simply give me no rows. I even deleted the old full-text catalog and created a new one and populated it, but it still gave no solutions. I tried to query dm_fts_index_keywords_by_document on my table and get only 1 row with a display term END OF FILE.
I have write small web-service that recieves query and read txt file for matching. For it I'm using StreamReader.
I'm not waiting that it will be thousands of users in hour for this service, but whats worried me - if some users at the same time will be use that service is it ok? Can text file on server side be readed at same time from some users?
What is capacity for using StreamReader or StreamWriter on server?
I am trying to connect my sql server 2000 using the sql server utility. It is perfecly working fine on my system but when try it on some other system i am getting an error message as "Could not find the server".
Is there any other configuration change that i need to make? I am connecting using TCP/IP
I am trying to read a text file from the root of the server. This is what I tried
Code: Dim sr As StreamReader Try sr = File.OpenText("~ est.txt") Label1.Text = sr.ReadToEnd Catch ex As Exception Label1.Text = ex.Message End Try
If I test this locally, I get the error: "Could not find a part of the path 'C:Program Files (x86)Common FilesMicrosoft SharedDevServer10.est.txt'."If I upload it and run the code on the server, nothing happens (Lable1.text does not change).
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.