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  1. Thread: I'm bored

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    Re: I'm bored

    Yay holiday weekend and we are off early today. 4 hour day.
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    Re: what makes developers tick?

    Scanners are going down in popularity imo. We now have phone apps that can take a picture of a document, ocr it if desired and then convert it to pdf n email it. No fax or scanner needed. I signed my...
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    Re: Depression, how do you deal with it?

    This is good advice. :thumb:
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    Re: what makes developers tick?

    I used to get excited about software and new versions but with the failure of certain releases and the time invested with them Im more on a wait and see position now.


    When the current product...
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    Re: Checkbox Data Template

    Figured out what they had done and how to fix it.
    They had the style set to a radio button but the resources mixed between radio button and checkbox. I added override for teh checkbox template which...
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    [RESOLVED] Checkbox Data Template

    Im changing the checkbox "checkbox" image based upon binding values triggered and all is fine but the initial image doesnt get set. It remains as a checkbox.

    I think its either the trigger or not...
  7. Re: Preventing users to disable an Outlook Add-in

    Sounds like that would easily be more of a server rule to implement. No worries of users disabling or enabling anything. What happens if they use a different email client, they would still be able to...
  8. Re: Preventing users to disable an Outlook Add-in

    Hmm, what action(s) are you trying to retain in your addin that you cant have them disabling it? Seems that if you have that requirement that there should be a better way to do it. Forcing an addin...
  9. Re: Hover over thread title to show first line of post

    I see on some forums they have this as a user setting. Members can opt to have it on or off as they desire.
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    5.0 Re: Show TFS Modal Dialog as Modeless

    Screen shots of how the tool window restricts the resolve tab accessibility
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    5.0 Re: Show TFS Modal Dialog as Modeless

    Well looks like only solution is to try to get the tfs resolve conflicts window to display as a tabbed document like shown in the attachment from MS.

    The code which invokes it would need to have...
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    5.0 Re: Show TFS Modal Dialog as Modeless

    When the user clicks resolve it brings up the Conflicts dialog window. From there you click resolve in and thats the window that opens up inaccessible because hte first window is modal. Its should...
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    5.0 Re: Show TFS Modal Dialog as Modeless

    A second option is to try to set the Parent on the dialog so when I click the "resolve in merge tool" button on this dialog it will open in a new child window which would allow the user to actually...
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    5.0 Re: Show TFS Modal Dialog as Modeless

    The MSIL shows this so wondering if it was possible to duplicate the MSIL and provide a means to show modeless or modal?


    using (DialogResolveConflicts dialogResolveConflicts = new...
  15. VS 2010 Re: [RESOLVED] Include An Excel Macro in VB.net Code

    You really shouldnt be changing the registry setting for Excel's Trust as its bypassing Excel's security which leaves the door open to running macro code without the users consent etc. Setting the...
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    5.0 Show TFS Modal Dialog as Modeless

    Working on our tool to automate and enhance TFS functionality again.

    Im in need of displaying the ResolveConflicts dialog window as Modeless instead of Modal so the user can interact with/research...
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    Re: Formatting or DataType Issue

    680,000 records repopulated so far. Damn thing is slow. Sure wish he asked me first.

    Anyways its enough for my query now to detect 3 records of changes inserted to DiffReport table. Querried the...
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    Re: Formatting or DataType Issue

    Table is recreated now but now my query isnt pulling any records. Found out someone is running a test of the program which wipes out the allparts table (5M records) so of course my query will return...
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    Re: Formatting or DataType Issue

    So Im gonna drop the table and recreate it with this as the new column definition. Look ok for displaying 100.00?

    [diffPercent] [decimal](5, 2) NULL,
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    Re: Formatting or DataType Issue

    Yea I never really was too good with the sql datatypes.

    I converted an Access db to sql and it was decimal in access so...

    Yea my new query still inserted records with a result of integer.
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    Re: Formatting or DataType Issue

    Just caught an error. There is a DECIMAL cast in my original post.

    Here is the new cast and I get 4 digit precision (increase over 2 digit precision) in my query results. Next up is to run it for...
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    [RESOLVED] Formatting or DataType Issue

    So have my query working to display as needed. One field is a money type for 2 digit precision. In my destination table for an insert into I have the field formatted as decimal (2,0). Now when I...
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    Re: above 50 years old and still programming

    Hes super active when the mailman comes by. Going on attack mode lol. Hes getting cranky in his old age. We had an "incident" the other day with him and my grandson and it scared the hell out of me....
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    Re: above 50 years old and still programming

    Actually please someone take him. He has to go as hes too ruff with my grandson and a potential risk. Grandson will always win over dog. Dog is 13 now and that's 91 years old. He has arthritis in his...
  25. Re: how to add progress bar to the following vba

    Welcome to the Forums!

    Which process are you wanting to show the progress of? The list of documents in the selected folder or the list of .Find searches within the document?

    If you place a...
  26. Re: Having difficulties passing variables to functions.

    Glad to hear you got it working. Please remember to mark your thread as Resolved from the thread tools menu so others know your question has been answered. :)
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    Re: [RESOLVED] DataTable Join

    Used links in #3 to convert it! :thumb:
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    Re: DataTable Join

    Spoke too soon. It compiles and runs but the next step to put the joinedTable into a datatable is failing with an invalid cast :(

    The joinedTable has all teh datarows populated and alooks good but...
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    Re: [RESOLVED] DataTable Join

    HA! Got it! It was a short and not an int. The linq statement works as first posted :)

    Thanks for the help in getting me to see the light :thumb:
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    Re: DataTable Join

    Looks like its this field that has the invalid cast.


    dealerID = s.Field<int>("dealerID"),

    Doesnt seem reasonable as the column is an int
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    Re: DataTable Join

    Ah I see, Thanks. I am getting closer. The cast issue is in the "select new {..." parts so since I am coding blind on the datatables Im going to have to verify my datatypes for each of them in...
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    Re: DataTable Join

    Thanks for hte link but its a left join. I did find this from your link for Inner Joins - http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb397941.aspx

    Now to convert my code to model teh example...
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    Re: DataTable Join

    Ive been going off the msdn example
    http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb386921.aspx
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    Re: above 50 years old and still programming

    Naw ive got one already and dont like to fly lol

    I want to win the Lotto :D so I can sleep in and do nothing for a few years
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    Re: DataTable Join

    Hmm, but Im getting a null datatable on the joinedTable variable. So you are saying I need to convert the resulting variable and then it will be populated?
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    Re: DataTable Join

    Was missing a field in the displayDealer DT but now Ive got a invalid cast on the resulting DT yet I used var?
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    [RESOLVED] DataTable Join

    Seems there are several ways to accomplish this but I like teh linq technique the best but having an issue with a missing parameter or so it says for the linq statement.

    What am I missing?


    ...
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    Re: above 50 years old and still programming

    Whats that?

    I don't think I'll make it to 50. Already want to quit professional programming and get into something less stressful.
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    Re: above 50 years old and still programming

    I watch that show lol. The poor guy that has to do all the work and repairs while the other guy just shops for cars and parts.

    After the past couple of weeks Im ready to retire seriously but no...
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    Re: [RESOLVED] Optimize Stored Procedure

    Added a delete DiffReport statement at the start of the sp too.

    Took 4.5 minutes to execute all 5 statements and thats with my another program Im finishing up running against the sql server...
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