I'm developing a C++ program that should check whether SQL 2k5, Exchange 2k7, Oracle 10g are installed on the system. Based on whether one of it is installed the program shall invoke a different C++ function. The check shall be made by probing for certain registry keys/values by the C++ main program.
I would like to know which keys/values are set by the installation of
Also are there registy keys/values probing is foolproof enough to guarantee the successfull calling of the appropriate function?
On a sidenote are there any registry keys/values that are common and same for all the above three databases irrespective of different flavours. The idea is that the same registry check works for all the different version of a database.
When I try to run my report from the ReportServer, I get the above-mentioned error, but it runs fine from the ReportManager, any idea?
Thanks. Here's the full thing:
Description: An error occurred during the processing of a configuration file required to service this request. Please review the specific error details below and modify your configuration file appropriately.
Parser Error Message: Could not load file or assembly 'ReportingServicesWebServer' or one of its dependencies. The system cannot find the file specified.
Line 33: <sessionState mode="Off" />
Line 34: <httpHandlers>
Line 35: <add verb="*" path="Reserved.ReportServer" type="Microsoft.ReportingServices.WebServer.ReportServiceHttpHandler, ReportingServicesWebServer" />
Line 36: <add verb="*" path="Reserved.ReportViewerWebControl.axd" type = "Microsoft.Reporting.WebForms.HttpHandler, ReportingServicesWebServer, Version=220.127.116.11, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=89845dcd8080cc91" />
Line 37: </httpHandlers>
Source File: C:\Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server\MSSQL.3\Reporting Services\ReportServer\web.config Line: 35
Assembly Load Trace: The following information can be helpful to determine why the assembly 'ReportingServicesWebServer' could not be loaded.
First of all - sorry for my English. It's very poor.
So, I'm a C# beginner and few days ago I started to develop a solution witch use SQL Database. The database is attached to the project. Using VS I've created some tables and put there some data. Then tryied to create datagrid with simple select - it works without any problem. After that I've created form whitch is used to inserting data. And here I have problem. Everything works, form tells me "1 row affected", but the data doesn't appears in db. I don't have any idea why is that. Insert is ok, everything seems to work great... but it don't.
Every time you press 'Run' VS will make a copy of your database and put it in the output directory. Your program will then change this copy - which will get overwritten next time your run your project.
I am having trouble sending an email from a stored procedure in MS-SQL 2005. Here is the error:
xp_sendmail: Either there is no default mail client or the current mail client cannot fulfill the messaging request. Please run Microsoft Outlook and set it as the default mail client.
The box is a server and does not have Outlook loaded but does have "Database Mail" loaded along with the SMTP mail for IIS loaded and running. What do I need to do to get xp_sendmail to work? The docs on this command are sparse and hard to follow for configuring.
I have been given the task of importing and exporting many flat files (about 200) into and out of an SQL Server 2005 db. I intend on using SSIS to do this.
I have done some basic training on SSIS through the free www.appdev.com video training, but I will definitely need some more reference materials. Can anyone recommend some good technical SSIS books or some online training/tutorials that can help me with this?
Hi, I have a problem. Both simple and weird. Say I have ParentTable and ChildTable. Obviously, ChildTable is a child of ParentTable. Both are strongly-typed DataSets.
When I create rows for them, I start by creating a ParentTableRow (dataset.ParentTable.AddParentTableRow()), and inserting it into my dataset.
Then I create my childTable the same way, and I have to specify the a ParentTableRow, as a reference to its parent. I do it and it looks fine in the debugger (i.e. the ParentTableRow is set). I insert the child row into the dataset too.
Then, before committing the changes to the database, I must call GetChanges() on ChildTable, which gives out an array of all rows that have been changed since the loading of the dataset. My new ChildTableRow appears, BUT the ParentTableRow member, (the reference to its parent) is NULL, although it was set earlier!
Just before the call to GetChanges() I looked at my ChildTable in the debugger (from dataset.ChildTable) and guess what? The ParentTableRow is still there! It looks like GetChanges() ignores the reference to the ParentTableRow or something...
Has anyone any idea of what's going on and how to get though this?