Are you sure it's plugged in?
Type: Posts; User: InvisibleDuncan
Are you sure it's plugged in?
Thanks for the advice, Funky. As it happens, this isn’t a KVP implementation. The default value that I’m concerned with is just one of many fields on this table; it’s simply that it’s the one that’s...
Thanks for the responses, guys. I should have been clearer in my original post, but yes: the values could be "DatePart(yyyy,GetDate())", "123", "XYZ" or even "Fred was here". It's options 3 & 4 that...
I have a bit of an odd problem. Within our SQL Server 2000 database, we have a table that holds default values for given IDs. However, in some circumstances, the default value held in the table will...
I have shaken hands with a devolved marsupial.
The biggest problem with the Cypriot banks was that they were encouraged (by the EU) to lend to Greece. When the Greeks defaulted, it had a devastating effect on them.
Up until then, their banking...
1 litre is 0.264172 US gallons (as opposed to Imperial gallons), so it's £5.30 per gallon. At current exchange rates (1.53) that's about $8.11 per gallon.
So the joke in Blackadder III about the...
Roughly £1.40 at the moment. It keeps those damned paupers off the roads. :rolleyes:
Emeli Sande has borrowed my meandering spleen.
My other rant: people who use apostrophes in the wrong place.
They may not have pulled out of banking, but I hear they've just had their rating downgraded, their chief executive has resigned and there are rumours that they're in need of a government bailout -...
My rant: People who don't use paragraphs.
I wonder if it would cause problems for our VB3 projects. :rolleyes:
The gold price isn't doing terribly well at the moment; I've taken a bit of a hit on it lately. Mind you, since I bought the UK's gold reserve from Gordon Brown at US$275 per ounce, the fact that...
Dex, please tell me your thoughts on e-books.
Am I the only one who would feel a little embarrassed worshipping a sea goat?
In this context, the pluperfect form would operate in the same way as the perfect. :)
I'm not sure why you're struggling with this one, but I'll give it some context. John and James had both written an essay. In the essay, John had used the past perfect form of the verb "to have"....
Exactly. A single person with a grudge or agenda can be incredibly difficult to track down. :(
The IRA pretty much ended as an effective force of terrorism when their main source of funding (the USA) dried up after the September 11th attacks in NY suddenly brought home to their donors exactly...
Peet har spist min skjeen.
Peet, jeg trodde du var en permanent galning, ikke sporadisk. :D
Do you want prawn crackers with that?
This is not the time for Bovril.
Your artichoke has overwhelmed my attack-hat. :rumble:
I wanted to give someone a rep boost a few weeks ago and had to search for the icon to do it. I'm fairly sure that if I hadn't remembered that the forum had that functionality, I wouldn't have...
Shaggy, if that's what your rhymes-with-heinous looks like, I think you should seek medical advice.
Defy runt kex. :)
I shall give Witis one collapsible haddock.
I rather expected that to fall foul of the swear filter.
The literal translation of cul de sac is "arse of bag", which is a charming way to describe the street where you live. :rolleyes:
I tend to refer to mine as a close.
My apricot suffers from whisky-flossing.
Paul Simon is not wearing a yellow hat.
Given the inaccuracy of Apple Maps, you should consider yourself lucky that it didn't put you in the wrong county.
Thanks, Niya. I'll try to work out how to do that and give it a bash.
I can't remember where it happened on the second version I showed (I had to dig that old version of the code out of TFS), but on the first one it's happening on:
I’m getting an intermittent memory error when trying to compress a text file into a zip file. I use the standard .Net packaging component:
It's taken you that long to realise this?
I have a sneaking suspicion that this is a long, elaborate, and fairly pointless wind-up by Witis.