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license Manager (lmgr) issue - dBforums
5 posts - 2 authors - Last post: May 22, 2006Is there a way I can check whether lmgr accepted the license key info and unlocked all the available ... lmutil - Copyright (C) 1989-2002 Macrovision Corporation Flexible License Manager status on Fri 5/19
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Problem with macro code in excel - dBforums
2 posts - 1 author - Last post: Feb 17Hi, I have this code that will save the current workbook, I want to put in place an error check so if the user put's in nothing, ...
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mysqldump vs. mysqlhotcopy - dBforums
mysqldump vs. mysqlhotcopy MySQL. ... dBforums > Database Server Software > MySQL > mysqldump vs. mysqlhotcopy. Go to Page... LinkBack · Thread Tools ...
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MySQL forget where tables are shows vi.recover - dBforums
This is driving me absolutely crazy.... It has been mentioned here before with no fixes. Basically, every so often with no consistency whats so ever,
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MySQL forget where tables are shows vi.recover - dBforums
This is driving me absolutely crazy.... It has been mentioned here before with no fixes. Basically, every so often with no consistency whats so ever,
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Paradox 9 - table's read-only property - dBforums
Sep 15, 2003 ... I have a simple two-table form I am trying to create: Table A is linked to Table B by an ID # - which auto increments in Table A and is ...
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Base tables in a view - dBforums
3 posts - 2 authors - Last post: Jun 29, 2004Hi guys, wandering if any one has a query, that will list the base tables of a view. USER_View didn't give me the information I wanted, ...
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create table syntax - dBforums
5 posts - 3 authors - Last post: Oct 24, 2008countryName may range up to 50 letters Code: CREATE TABLE users ( ID. ... your SQL syntax; check the manual that corresponds to your MySQL ...
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Mysql & case sensitive question! - dBforums
10 posts - 4 authors - Last post: Jun 8, 2007Can I turn CASE SENSITIVE on in Mysql v5 like Oracle? ... It's also worth noting that there is no equivalent to varchar2 in MySQL so if your ...
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select statement in plsql - if not exist ?? - dBforums
3 posts - 2 authors - Last post: Jun 5, 2003hi fellow sqlers ! under oracle and plsql i want to do this: leader table -------------- gname: lname: grouppname1 leadernameX grouppname2 ...
 
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