Its nice to do it but what if I deploy the code in Production and there if its different OS or different version of OS like 32 bit or 64 bit etc. Should I ignore this as it is Warning only because if it messes in the Server its going put me into more troubles.
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i wish to actually view my data in a oracle form developed on 6i based on date parameter but if i try to work on my oracle forms it dosent give me data acoordingly here is the query whcih i am using
SELECT e."Deal_No" deal_no, e."Remarks" Counterparty, m."MaturityDate" Maturity_Date, m."PriRedem" Principal,
(m."MaturityDate" - To_date) Days_to_Mat
FROM MM_T_BORROWING e, MM_T_BORROWING_PM_DETAIL m
Where e."DeskCode"in ('10','11','12','13') and e."Value_Date"<= to_date and e."Maturity_Date"> to_date and e."Status" not in ('C', 'D', 'Z', '0','X')
and e."Deal_No" = m."Deal_No" and "PriRedem">'0' and m."MaturityDate"> to_date ;
m trying to import excel 2016 file to gridview in vb 2005 and i have installed access database of 2016 while importing m getting the oledb exception called couldn't find install able isam ...in this wazy the problem is only with connection string ,hence what connection string should be used when connecting with acces 2016 in order to import excell 2016 file..i have gone through ur suhhested link but dint work out for access 2016
I just tried it. It didn't seem to work for me either.
It is a really weird screen.
If you click just to the left of the two files listed a 'box' will appear. It is just white space until you click on it. The box will disappear once your mouse moves away. However once selected the text box to the right will say that you have selected a file (or two) and the 'Next' button at the bottom of the screen will be highlighted.
I've been trying to do this for while and haven't made any progress.
I have a tab-delimited file with records for a database file. One of the fields has a local file link for a text file. Each record points to a different text file and there are 151,806 rows, so replacing the file names ("C:\files\LAW_SECTION_TBL_1.lob", "C:\files\LAW_SECTION_TBL_2.lob", ..., "C:\files\LAW_SECTION_TBL_151806.lob") one-by-one with the file text will take a decade or so. The .lob files are utf-8 plain text files.
I'd like to load the text files into the individual records as I insert all the data, but I'm not sure how to do it. The file I have to load it into MySQL has the following lines (shortened to essentials only):
,@var1 // Where the "C:\files\LAW_SECTION_TBL_1.lob" is stored
I just don't know how to do it for MS SQL Server. Any help or links to webpages that will help me write this INSERT statement are extremely appreciated!
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