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Posted Thursday, November 22, 2007 2:45 AM
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Hi Brian Kelly,

yes, excellent article and v. informative.

I am unable to use my debugger. After successfully setting parameters etc, the new debugger window opens, but I do not have the following facilities -

Step into, over, out, run to cursor, restart, stop debugging are all disabled. The locals, globals and call stack windows are all empty.

I only have the option to Go (F5) or to set break points which it does not stop at.

I do not get any error messages either. I am running this on Windows XP.

Is there some setting that I have missed?

Many thanks,

Polly
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Where is the SQL Server installed? And what service pack is it?


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Hi Brian,

I have version SQL 8.00.194
SQL Distributed Management Framework (SQL DMF)

and it is installed on my local pc which has Windows XP Professional Version 2002 SP2 installed on it.

Thank you for your help.

Kind regards,

Polly
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hello friends,
i am newcomer pls help me..

question->

table 1 table 2

col0 col1 col2 col3 col0 col1

abc def geh ijk abc def
abc1 def1 geh1 ijk1 abc geh
abc ijk
abc1 def1
abc1 geh1
abc1 ijk1
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table 1 has this format and i want to insert the records in table 2 in that
format...pls give me the sample so that i can solve that problem.....
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