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    What is going on with IE 11

    Seems that big corporate sites - like ADP - are informing users that IE 11 will no longer be supported.

    Seems even FaceBook has a banner about FB no longer supporting IE 11.

    IE 11 life-cycle is...
  2. Thread: Post Race!

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    Re: Post Race!

    That leaves 9998 other possibilities.
  3. Anyone have experience with TechRepublic?

    I was tasked with helping a client get templates for IT Policies.

    I found TechRepublic.com online - seems they have a premium subscription service and offer exactly these types of templates?
    ...
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    Re: Post Race!

    That's only up to five...

    Base-5 - wonder what that would be like...
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    Re: IIS max upload size

    Go to your inetpub/wwwroot folder - does that have a web.config file?

    Or are you in a development environment?
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    Re: IIS max upload size

    If you have a web.config file you can edit it and put this line in the system.web section - see bottom line - maxRequestLength


    <httpHandlers>
    <remove verb="*" path="*.asmx" />
    <add...
  7. Re: How Many People are Sticking around Until the end of VB6

    Having ported my 4GL application from VB6 to JavaScript makes me a JS programmer I guess... I got 10 years out of the VB6 app (a decade of robust sales) - and already past the 10 year point with the...
  8. Thread: No Deal

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    Re: No Deal

    I admire how you guys discuss so nicely the issues of your BREXIT...

    But Trump is just always a joke.

    Greenland and China and Russia and airports and military control - those are the issues...
  9. Re: [RESOLVED] Do SQL row updates cause fragmentation?

    I should add to what I just said. Since the MAX and LOB columns are already stored off row, they do not come into play while considering if the data row will still fit in it's original location. If...
  10. Re: [RESOLVED] Do SQL row updates cause fragmentation?

    Updates will always attempt to use the location of the original row if it will fit. If the row needs to be moved there is a good chance a pointer to the new location will be slotted into the...
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    Have you ever used a code escrow service

    Looking for suggestions on a code escrow service.

    Looked into this one:

    https://www.codekeeper.co/index.html

    Seems ok...

    Anyone got other ideas?
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    Anyone ever use Tableau

    Has anyone ever used Tableau - it's a neat little presentation tool.

    Wondering if I can embed a Tableau dashboard in my existing web app...

    And in general looking to understand more of the...
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    Re: Unknown Database Format

    I'd guess that was a print out of the schema
    Very helpful!
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    Re: Unknown Database Format

    We created our own database formats in the 70's and 80's - actually into the early 1990's for Digital Equipment PDP's and VAX's.

    Our own INDEX files, our own sort-pointer files. Our own schema...
  15. Re: Stored Procedure...Something, Something

    I've found MS SQL to have issues at times with sub queries. For example, you can have a totally wrong field referenced in a WHERE clause and the SPROC will run fine. You won't get a proper result,...
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    Re: Post Race!

    Yes - get a bunch of 20-something-year-old programmers in an office and it's easy to memorialize someones bad night in song! I can recall losing the office drinking contest one Christmas - actually...
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    Re: Post Race!

    We had a guy named Chuck who worked with us decades ago - could not hold his liquor...

    I believe the song morphed into "How much chuck could Chuck up-chuck if Chuck could up-chuck chuck".

    It's...
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    Re: Post Race!

    Spent too much time at Toad's Place - hearing is not quite what it used to be!
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    Create an event in an Outlook Calendar

    Anyone have experience with creating events in an Outlook Calendar? I see REST API's from MS available that one can POST to.

    I'm looking to do this from a web app - so if there is a simple way to...
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    Re: Post Race!

    @robdog - old, yes - but so proud of my boys I am! One just got a summer job as a life guard.

    @shaggy - ticks are over the top the past few years. And the cicadas have all gone off cycle and...
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    Re: Post Race!

    It's been raining for what appears to be 40 days and 40 nights here in New England - sucks! I've got nothing done since that post! Argh!!!!

    Plus I'm very busy - real estate tax season is in full...
  22. Re: Will you do a post mortum with me?

    I usually do something like this - renaming the column to add an "x" to the end of the name, for instance.

    Exec SP_Rename 'Table.ColName','NewColName,'COLUMN'
  23. Thread: No Deal

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    Re: No Deal

    This is nice also... In Greece yet - who would have thought! Brought it right back to the EU - full circle.


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=udLTu6rz2ws
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    Re: No Deal

    "They're ok the last days of May, I'll be breathing dry air..."


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jyLMgIR69G4
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    Re: Post Race!

    I was thinking of doing cement for an outdoor grill station. Is it a do-it-yourself type of job?
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    Anyone using SlickGrid - look what I did!

    Anyone using SlickGrid - look at what I did here. I got a popup window that allows me to enter JavaScript code - three events of it - and they fire as you walk along the SlickGrid.

    If the screen...
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    Re: Post Race!

    Any Rock will do!
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    Re: [RESOLVED] double cursors usage

    imo, RowNumber is designed to serve out unique row numbers based on ORDER BY

    Rank() has a specific purpose - as in assigning CLASS RANK for students in higher ed. That CLASS RANK will be "same...
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    Re: [RESOLVED] double cursors usage

    @sapator - if you did not have a naturally occurring numeric key, then a Row_Number() would do it for you...
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    Re: [RESOLVED] double cursors usage

    I always use this technique. I like to use IS / IS NOT NULL for it's natural purpose...


    Set @DocId=(Select Min(DocId) From @BD)
    While @DocId is not null
    Begin
    Select @DocName=DocName...
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    Re: The best programming language?

    ...laugh riot - good stuff!

    I knew what [] + [] was going to be (since arrays are strings anyway).

    And I knew what Array(16).join("wat" - 1) + " Batman!" was going to be even before the "...
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    Re: The best programming language?

    I am a JavaScript convert. Until one writes a complete application in JS they will never understand. Those horrible DOM functions and the horrible syntax required to speak to the DOM is NOT what JS...
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    Re: double cursors usage

    I also prefer to use a TABLE VAR with Row_Number() or some other natural key for looping.

    The only place I ever ran into a problem with this and NEEDED TO USE A CURSOR, was when the number of rows...
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    Re: double cursors usage

    Can you put the second cursor into a stored procedure of it's own??
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    Re: MS SQL Server date and time

    You are very welcome - healthy debate is always good stuff!
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    Re: MS SQL Server date and time

    Not sure how this could be more clear...

    Where CheckInTime <= "0800"
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    Re: MS SQL Server date and time

    Here is a counter argument. I never store time in a "date time" datatype. I always store time in a varchar(4) field. With military storage - 24 hr...

    And I ALWAYS format my dates in the SQL...
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    Using PAYPAY with a web site

    Any of you do any web work that included a link to Paypay? Just wondering how complex that is to setup.

    Thanks!

    Steve
  39. Re: absolutely no way on earth to ger radgridview object.

    I've not worked with radgrid...

    When I work with SlickGrid's I create a global variable and hold onto that grid object forever so I can work with it down the line.
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    Re: Post Race!

    @bonker - I see you used the term "gaffer" - do you have some experience in the audio/video world?
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