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DB2 LUW Error Message: SQL0968C

Error Message SQL0968C The file system is full. This is frequently an error that is returned to an application and reported simply as -968 When You Might Encounter This Error Message This error typically is encountered when updating or inserting data, though in some...

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SQL Server Database Encryption Status

Securing your data is very important and database encryption is just part of that landscape. Taking advantage SQL Server database encryption can be a daunting task but once it is configured it is also important to monitor it. This query is intended to...

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SQL Server Migration and Upgrade Strategies

Abstract Upgrading or migrating your SQL Server can seem like a very daunting task. And it certainly can be especially when we start to look at hardware requirements, size and space needs, time constraints, and the numerous impacts to the the users and applications...

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SQL Server 2005 End of Support

SQL Server 2005 extended support ends April 12, 2016. What this means to SQL 2005 users is no more security updates or hotfixes. What it means to us as DBA's is we're in a situation we never want to be in, where our database platform is down or compromised with no way...

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DB2 LUW Error Message: SQL1024N

Error Message SQL1024N A database connection does not exist. SQLSTATE=08003 or sometimes: DB21034E The command was processed as an SQL statement because it was not a valid Command Line Processor command. During SQL processing it returned: SQL1024N A database...

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Understanding DB2 LUW Error Messages

DB2 LUW Error Messages are some of the more descriptive ones I have seen in the computing world, but maybe everyone thinks that about their chosen specialty. Truly understanding error messages can take a bit of practice and knowledge, so I thought I would share a few...

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