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  1. #1
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    Feb 2013
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    Angry Unanswered: Basic database question(please help)

    I am not a database engineer. I am having problems with my investment account the computer system can not find my account by name. The social security number on account is my friends that I am having problems locating. I dont know the account number. I know the name on account and date of birth and the address on account. Can the engineers at my brokerage firm write SQL to retrieve the street address? Can they write SQL to retrieve the account by date of birth? What do you think they can do to retrieve my account record. I would really appreciate your help. I have a BS in computer science but I worked mostly as embedded engineer dont know anything about databases.

  2. #2
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    Dec 2012
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    Thumbs down Are you kidding me????

    Quote Originally Posted by glennpl View Post
    I have . . . BS . . . don't know anything about databases.
    The only statements that seemed to have any plausibility at all.

  3. #3
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    Jul 2011
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    USA
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    They can fetch your account number but only date of birth will not be sufficient because query can provide you more than one result, so you need to check with your dba regarding other details by which they can fetch your account number uniquely.. e.g your mobile number which is unique.

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