Student Name: Date: VBScript Database Query Lab Report Task 4: Write and Run Database Query Program 1 In this scenario, we need to query the Computer database to determine which computers need to be replaced. Our decision will be based on the CPU speed, Number of Processors and the size of the Hard Drive. In the space provided in your Lab Report document, paste your modified VBScript program and the RUN. In the table cell below, paste your ComputerReplace.vbs Program '==========================================================================' NAME: ComputerDatabase.vbs'' AUTHOR: ' DATE : 8/24/14'' COMMENT: Use 32 bit ODBC Microsoft Access Driver''==========================================================================recordsStr = ""sqlStr = "SELECT Computer,Room_Num,Speed,Num_CPUs,OS_Type,HDD_Size FROM ComputersWhere Num_CPUs = 1 OR Speed<2.1 OR HDD_Size <300 order by Room_num"dataSource = "provider=Microsoft.ACE.OLEDB.12.0;" _& "data source=C:\Scripts\Computers.accdb"Set objConnection = CreateObject("ADODB.Connection")objConnection.Open dataSourceSet objRecordSet = CreateObject("ADODB.Recordset")objRecordSet.Open sqlStr , objConnectionobjRecordSet.MoveFirst' Display HeadersrecordsStr = "Computer HostName Room_Num" & _ " CPU_Type Speed Num_CPUs Bit_Size OS_Type " & _ " Memory HDD_Size" & vbCrLf & _ "============================================================" & _ "=============================" & vbCrLfDo Until objRecordSet.EOF recordsStr = recordsStr & objRecordSet.Fields.Item("Computer") & _ vbTab & pad(objRecordSet.Fields.Item("Room_Num"),13) & _ vbTab & objRecordSet.Fields.Item("Speed") & _ vbTab & pad(objRecordSet.Fields.Item("Num_CPUs") ,14) & _ vbTab &
A 1. Collect: create DCPs [.msi files] that you deploy using Group Policy or script. DCPs compile information in log files which upload to ACT computers which in turn add them to a SQL database. Analyze: first organize the data, then add compatibility issues then add the compatibility solutions and resolve, finally generate details reports using the information in your ACT database. Test and Migrate: Test your applications in a lab environment to see if the issues you have fathered in your analysis are actual problems
Your account framework can be: Choose the 2 that apply. Category: B. The login account has domain administrator privileges A. The intended GP user has been set up in SQL prior to the installation C. The ODBC connection to the SQL server is set up D. You have logged onto the workstation with local administrator privileges Answer: D Question No: 19 What should you confirm before beginning the Microsoft Dynamic GP installation on a workstation? Category: Page 6 of 17 Copyrights © 2007 Selftest Engine, all rights Reserved.
CMIS 102 Hands-On Lab Week 1: Overview: This Hands-on lab allows you to experiment with simple sequential print statements using an online C compiler such as ideone.com or codetwist.com Instructions: a. Open up any online C compiler (e.g ideone.com, codetwist.com). b. Be sure the C Language is selected. c. Enter the code below into the editor.
Assignment 2 Please follow the directions form the Lab handout for this assignment. For each of the three search engines used, make sure you list your search terms. At the top of the assignment you should have something that looks similar to this: Search: Melvyl Search Terms: (whatever you typed in) Search: BIOSIS Search Terms: (whatever you typed in) Search: UC Catalog Search Terms: (whatever you typed in) From these three searches combined, create a references list that is a minimum of 6 journal articles and 2 books. Follow the rest of the instructions and formatting outlined in the demo handout. Assignment 1 and 2 should be uploaded as one document to Turn It In before your lab week
Describe the quotient rule for logarithms and give an example. 9. Use properties of logarithms to expand the following: Submission Requirements: Answer all the questions included in the lab. You can submit your answers in a Microsoft Word document, or write your answers on paper and then scan and submit the paper. Name the file as InitialName_LastName_Lab3.1_Date.
Workbook Exercises 11 & 16 [Name] Grand Canyon University 1. Complete Exercises 11 and 16 in Statistics for Health Care Research: A Practical Workbook, and submit as directed by the instructor (e.g., as a Microsoft Word document in the LoudCloud classroom). In order to receive full credit on calculated answers, please show your work. (Use Word's equation editors, etc., and/or provide a short written description as to how you obtained the final result.) Exercise 11 (4 points per question) 1.
I'd recommend connecting to raptor.kent.ac.uk via SSH (using PuTTy), and using the mySQL client installed there to look at, and understand, the queries before attempting to write the PHP script. I will write a demonstration PHP script that lists all of the teams in the database, and provide a copy on Moodle so that you have a template to work from. I'm happy for you to base your answers to the other tasks on this script, you won't be penalised of accused of plagiarism for doing so. You should probably have the SQL and PHP lecture slides on-hand when working on this assignment, the information you need to complete it is all in
Data Management Bryan Gordon BUS 410 January 17, 2013 Professor Matt DeYoung Data Management Hierarchy of Data Bits, Characters, Fields, Records, Files, and Databases make up this hierarchy. Bits make up characters which are put into fields. Those fields are then made into records. Once you have records you can put together files and save them to a database. It’s like building a pyramid from the ground up starting with bits at the bottom.