What do you find most difficult?
o Installing SQL Server
o Installing the sample databases
o Using Management Studio
o SQL queries
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i have a problem to bring the data from the oracle (external database) and the
sql server together (with similar data). The linq entities are linked to each
other. The structure is like different countries with different cities and so
on. To display these "non original linq objects" i need to put them
into entities (linked to each other). Now i add some of them to my sql database.
But for every entity i must check the connection to the other objects i don't
want to add and delete them (otherwise linq will add all the connected objects, even those I don't want to add). If this goes wrong the whole input-method crashes. Is there any
other possibility, except from checking every single entity and removing unwanted connections, to handle this procedure?
Thanks a lot,
We have created a custom workflow in SPD that is attached to a document library within a MOSS 2007 teamsite.
The workflow is set to trigger when a new item is created in the document library.
Previously, the workflow has worked fine for all users but recently has stopped working for one user only.
For the problem user, what we are seeing is that when a new item is created in the document library, the attached workflow never starts. There is no error, the workflow just does not get triggered. However, if the problem user goes to an item
in the document library and clicks on the workflow she can manually start it and it works fine with no error.
This user has the same permissions on the site as others who do not have any problem.
In the course of investigating this problem, we have temporarily increased the problem users permissions on the document library to full control (was contribute before) but this has had no effect on the problem. Authentication is being done via Active
Directory. We have tried removing the user from the site and re-instating her but again this has no impact.
Does anyone have any idea how we could fix this problem or further debug it?
I know how to manually go into the Control Panel Administrative Tools Services applet to stop and re-start SQL Server services. But, is it possible to somehow program this service to automatically stop and re-start, say, at midnight each night so that
temporary tables and other items get cleaned out and so that apps that depend on SQL will perform better during the business day?