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Re: [nv-l] Availability and other Collected Data

To: CMazon@commercebankfl.com
Subject: Re: [nv-l] Availability and other Collected Data
From: JamesHorwath@glic.com
Date: Wed, 4 Jun 2003 15:53:24 -0400
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If I understand what you are interested in doing is looking at either the table schema and/or the data stores in the tables.  There are fairly easy ways to do this.  The first is to use M$crosoft's SQL Enterprise Manager.  This is a GUI which makes SQL work mindless.  You can point and click doing all kinds of nifty stuff.  The other way takes some poking around, but once you have an ODBC driver setup for the database (on your PC), you can import MS SQL tables into Access and interrogate them.  I would be careful that you don't remove something you shouldn't. :) Good luck.


Jim Horwath
IT Unix Services

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Subject:        [nv-l] Availability and other Collected Data

Windows 2000, SQL 2000, Netview 7.1.3

I had to re-install Netview in order that my data will be stored into a SQL
DB since I installed SQL after installing Netview.  That is fine and is now
working. My problem is now that when I look at an object property to look
at the availability.... it is completely blank.  Is this an MS Access only
function? Or is there a somewhere that I can look at to see if it was
misconfigured when reinstalled. (Upgrade Option was used).



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