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Use the search, using terms including "Historical", "Population" and "Demographic Statistics". Then use the download tab to find the relevant data sets once appropriate articles have been located. Make use of the help section which describes these actions.


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If SQL Server 2005 checks the volume label, there is no way to hide the fact that the label has changed, so you need to change the way that the pictures are stored in the database. The only way I can think of to change "New Volume" to "2nd System Drive" in the database, is to reimport the pictures, in the spirit of the following : Change the volume name ...


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Rather than aliasing the drive, you might try using a powershell command to alias, rename, or move all the files. I would suggest moving or renaming over aliasing. For renaming the files the cmdlet is Rename-Item or ren Rename-Item *.html *.txt 'This renames all files ending with .html to end with .txt For moving the files the cmdlet is Move-Item or ...


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In databases, a "boolean" can have three values, not just two. The values are True, False, and NULL. NULL is a distinctly different value. It is neither true nor false. It is equal only to itself (not even 0), and is not greater than or less than any number. It's only use is to test if a field actually has any data in it. When you created your ...


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If you check the database structure, you will need to ensure that booleans (the data type behind the yes/no checkbox) are false by default. It is possible that they are NULL by default (which means no value set). Rather than querying on the criteria being equal to false, you could also try querying on the criteria being not equal to true - and that would ...


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An alternative would be to use Find&Replace to Replace ( with nothing, ) with nothing, - with nothing (this part could be tricky if there are multiple different kinds of characters that look like dashes, but if they are all standard dashes it's easy), and space with nothing. Four characters typed into the "Find" field, the "Replace All" button pressed ...


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I think that I have found the solution. I have been running the ndb_restore via a script which I have been executing through a SSH connection as I do not currently have physical access to the servers. As such, when the SSH session dies, ndb_restore received a SIGHUP. I believe that this is what has been causing the process to stop without any notice or log ...


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Have you tried to cleanup Notes? first try: Remove from the notes data directory the complete workspace directory and start notes. second try: remove cache.ndk or cache.dsk from the notes data directory and restart notes.


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I had this problem and realized I had a ping running in terminal to keep track of my internet quality, maybe you had something similar and forgot about it? Once I quit my terminal session, it was able to start both servers no problem.



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