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  1. Re: How to return a string value using ExecuteScalar

    I tested this example and it works right out of the box after setting it to your environment:
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  2. VS 2010 Re: Syntax error (missing operator) in query expression

    WOW...that's out of my expertise. I've only worked with MS SQL (unless some old timers here remember IMS, DB2, IDMS, etc.) I'm sure someone here can help though.
  3. VS 2010 Re: Syntax error (missing operator) in query expression

    I'll trust when you say there is a value in there but this would work assuming the table and column names are valid:

    Select * from tblLog where tblLog.LogID = 1

    This won't:

    Select * from...
  4. VS 2010 Re: Syntax error (missing operator) in query expression

    You are not showing us the SQL you are executing you are posting a string you are putting together to pass to SQL. What is in GiQSOid?
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    Re: Login Type from Database

    Before you do anything else I'd look into SQL injection attacks and parameterized queries. What you are currently setting up puts your database at risk:
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  7. Re: Word mail merge without word displaying

    Never mind. I moved the two lines below out of the loop and preliminary testing shows it works.

    oWordApp.Documents.Open("C:\@@Notes\TurnOver Documents\January_2016\DocumentTemplate.doc",...
  8. [RESOLVED] Word mail merge without word displaying

    I'm not sure if this should be here or in "Office Development". Maybe a moderator can move it for me if it doesn't belong here.

    I need to do a Microsoft Word mail merge in a loop. I don't want...
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    avaya one x communicator

    At work we just started using Avaya one x communicator as our phone system meaning I no longer have the traditional office phone; everything is through my desktop. One problem for me is the incoming...
  10. Re: Not quite what Tesla had in mind, but...

    WOW...the little rocket ship brought back memories. I had one and forgot about it :D
  11. Re: How to loop all used cells certain column in a sheet vb.

    It is hard for me to see but it doesn't look like you added the suggested reference to me. Try posting code instead of screen prints. If someone was inclined to put the code into a project to help...
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    Re: Health Care Regression

    Off topic...you really nailed me with that damn little bug :bigyello:

    The last few days I've had tiny little ants in the house I tried to smash the little bug thinking it was on my screen :p
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    Re: 3 long and arduous years

    This is true...

    We have someone on file named Richard Oder. What a horrible thing to name a kid :p
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    Re: 3 long and arduous years

    I worked in Florida once as an apprentice fish baiter. I worked very hard and in a few years I became a master baiter...
  15. Re: I want to celebrate my 200th post on this forum. Is it possible?

    Read some posts and decide :eek:
  16. Re: I want to celebrate my 200th post on this forum. Is it possible?

    Make a post outside of chit chat. I don't think posts are counted here. Then after the post go to a bar and celebrate...
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    Re: 3 long and arduous years

    Just passed thirteen...:eek:

    Seems when you are young you are looking forward to dates with no real reference for time periods. Like a child waiting on XMAS or a teenager waiting for 21. Then it...
  18. Re: Debugging SQL Server 2012 Stored Procedure?

    I can't speak to 2012 but with 2008 R2 you need SA (System Administrator) access to step through stored procedures. That pretty much gives you god-like powers access wise. Our DBA group will not...
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    Re: LINQ or SQL

    Unless it is really giving someone heartburn please leave it where I started it. Thanks!
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    Re: Advice / Comments Moving out of state

    Let's call this Michigan fan a Waa-bulance
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    Re: Advice / Comments Moving out of state

    Enjoy :eek:

    http://www.alumni-osu.org/sacvalleybuckeyes/html/osujokesqanda.html

    A Wolverine had a bandage on each ear. What happened? "I was ironing, and the phone rang!" "What about the other...
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    Re: Advice / Comments Moving out of state

    I guess that person is an exception to the saying "Lotteries are for people who are bad at math". :)
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    Re: vb plus excel

    I took your exact code:

    1. Added a reference to Microsoft Excel 14.0 Object library.
    2. Added Imports Microsoft.Office.Interop.

    And the "squiggly lines" cleared up.

    I do recommend...
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    Re: Advice / Comments Moving out of state

    Have you ever lived in the upper northeast during a harsh winter? I'm asking because you said "dealing with it isn't a problem". Unless you meant just for the people that like it.

    Schools close....
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    Re: Advice / Comments Moving out of state

    You obviously forgot about the OSU Buckeyes. Move to Michigan and you will find out who we are.

    Do you know how to make Michigan cookies?
    Put them in a big bowl and beat them for three hours.
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    Re: LINQ or SQL

    Well...the tierrible puns have begun signaling the end of this thread but I appreciate the input so far. It has given me more key\buzz words to focus on. My intent is to post the thread to my team...
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    LINQ or SQL

    I'm on a team that is going to have input into a new small (that's relative but maybe 15 forms, ten SQL tables, and plenty of database activity) C# .Net windows form application and we are knocking...
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    Re: Disaster recovery solutions

    Last I heard Michael D. Brown was available for consulting.
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    Re: Comedy and Tragedy

    The symbol of today's theater -- the tragedy and comedy masks -- comes to us from between 500 and 300 B.C. in Greece. The use of masks, or personas as they were called, first occurred in theater in...
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    Re: Comedy and Tragedy

    ZOOM...right over my head as far as noticing that. I did know about the masks but that bit of info is buried pretty deep in this old skull of mine. Thanks for the update :) :mad:
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    Re: Comedy and Tragedy

    If the links were posted I may have looked :eek:
  32. Re: Stored procedure takes twice as long to run than select statement......

    Could you be more specific about that? I don't think stored procedures used in applications are not much good without them so I'm thinking I don't understand what you mean.

    I also don't know what...
  33. Re: Insanely incredible things read on the interwebtubenets today.

    I thought I didn't like your incessant whining...this new attack mode doesn't look good on you at all.
  34. Re: Insanely incredible things read on the interwebtubenets today.

    I think the convention is to add "serious" to the title if you want it to be otherwise it is "Chit Chat". The OP didn't include that. What you call "Sadly the discussion degenerated fast from that...
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    Re: What are the white boxes?

    Yeah...I need a hug :eek:
  36. Re: Insanely incredible things read on the interwebtubenets today.

    Nope...but when someone specifically singles me out for something I posted I tend to respond. At any rate I backed my last post out and will try and be nice.
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    What are the white boxes?

    Maybe it is just my browser but what are the white boxes about?
  38. Re: Insanely incredible things read on the interwebtubenets today.

    Removed to be nice...
  39. Re: Insanely incredible things read on the interwebtubenets today.

    It is more likely the Romulans were the attackers. The way some very deep thinkers, ignoring Occam's razor with some unexplainable distain, have explained it is the Vulcans arrived on Earth and...
  40. Re: Insanely incredible things read on the interwebtubenets today.

    I try not to feed trolls...
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