Archive for 'Databases' Category
At work we are building a medium sized ASP.NET web application. We are using ASP.NET forms authentication for the membership. I then decided to implement a custom role provider (implementing ProviderBase) based on our [Employee] application table. Implementing this was really easy! Along the way I realized that out database was going to get hammered [...]
I just started reading Programming Entity Framework The subjects include: Data Binding with WPF, LINQ to Entities Queries, Utilizing the ASP.NET EntityDataSource Control, Using Entity Objects with Web and WCF Services, Using the Entity Framework with n-Tier Windows Forms or WPF Applications, a bit on Data Transfer Objects (DTO), Customizing Entities, Using the Entity Framework [...]
Tuning your SQL 2005 Database with built in metrics.
I manage many SQL 2000 databases. And many times while performing maintenance I have run into the ‘transaction log full’ error. like this: Error: 9002, Severity: 17, State: 2 The log file for database ‘%.*ls’ is full. So like many people I resort to using the commands BACKUP LOG databasename WITH TRUNCATE_ONLY DBCC SHRINKFILE The [...]
You can utilize MS SQL Server 2005′s Linked Servers ability to connect to any OLE DB provider. Here we are connecting to an iSeries (AS/400) DB2 using the IBMDA400 ole db provider Here is the command to add a linked server: EXEC master.dbo.sp_addlinkedserver @server = N’MYSERVER’, @srvproduct=N’IBMDA400′, @provider=N’IBMDA400′, @datasrc=N’MYSERVER’, @provstr=N’Transport Product=Client Access; Force Translate=0; DATA [...]
You need a way to lump dated records into periodic chunks, like say for a timesheet system. Say your company’s payroll periods are bi-weekly (that’s every other week). So you need a way to distinguish the dated payroll data into two week timesheets. Sure you could spend three days figuring out a fancy algorithm, only [...]
If your DotNetNuke passwords all of a sudden stop working (like due to a failed upgrade), have no fear you can reset them at the database! This is not a hack, it uses the official aspnet Password Reset. Open SQL Query Analyzer – Connect to your dotNetNuke database Paste the following Stored Procedure code into [...]
Querying or extracting data from JD Edwards World is easier than you think. You can use SQL queries to get that data out and into excel or maybe you want to extract some data to integrate with another system, perhaps with DTS… This is all pretty easy to do, when you have the right tools.
JDE EnterpriseOne SQL Samples for quering various systems … GL, Purchasing, Account Payable, Address Book
A RSS Revelation While I was rewriting a small web application for work (a phone book application called peoplefinder that will also show you on map, where the persons cube is located), a revelation came to me. Why not create a RSS feed for the basic phone, name, department, location informationâ€¦ With the link pointing [...]