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March 01, 2005
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A relational database management system (RDBMS) is a program that lets you create, update, and administer a relational database. Continue Reading
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Features available in SQL Server to identify rows in a table are comparable to those offered by Oracle, such as Rownum and Rowcount. Continue Reading
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Valuable Features: Workflow configuration (escalation, workflow chaining, conditions, validators, post-scripting, etc) • Improvements to...Continue Reading
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While working with business objects in SQL Server I am getting the error "conversion of char data type to datetime data type resulted in an out of range datetime value." What is the problem? Continue Reading
I'm currently working on table partitioning. I'm struggling with using this " SELECT MAX(NAME) from sys.filegroups WHERE NAME NOT LIKE 'PRIMARY' " in order to get the last used Filegroup. Now this works just fine, but when I run the following script... Continue Reading
I received this error: "XP and VS2003 The conversion of a char data type to a datetime data type resulted in an out-of-range datetime value." The same page under Server 2003 works well. I need to continue developing under XP, what can I do? Continue Reading