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  1. VS 2013 Re: Specifying timeout for single page in a website

    If anyone is interested, I sorted it out. I should have done this (i.e. without the tilde and the /):



    <!-- Increase the timeout for the single page -->
    <location...
  2. VS 2013 [RESOLVED] Specifying timeout for single page in a website

    One of our internal websites runs a particularly lengthy process (basically uploading and processing huge amounts of data from a spreadsheet). Because of the increasing size of the spreadsheets, this...
  3. VS 2013 Re: [RESOLVED] Editing a web app in VS2013 while debugging

    Thanks, Si. The edit and continue setting was causing IIS Express to close each time I stopped debugging. Turning that off allowed IIS Express to remain open, so I could navigate to the localhost in...
  4. VS 2013 Re: Editing a web app in VS2013 while debugging

    Never mind - I've resolved it. I needed to turn Edit and Continue off.
  5. VS 2013 [RESOLVED] Editing a web app in VS2013 while debugging

    I'm building an MVC 4 website in VS2013, following a Pluralsight course for a bit of a refresher. On the course's video, the instructor is able to keep his website running in the browser (IE) while...
  6. VS 2013 Re: Retrieving elements from ConfigurationSections in App.Config

    Turns out I'd set my config up incorrectly. Instead of:


    <UAT>
    <Database>UATDatabaseName</Database>
    <Server>UATDatabaseServer</Server>
    <LogLocation>UATLogLocation</LogLocation>
    </UAT>
  7. VS 2013 Re: Retrieving elements from ConfigurationSections in App.Config

    Thank you both for the suggestions. The second one looked perfect and simple, but I now need to find where the NameValueSection object comes from, as it's not in System.Configuration (although there...
  8. VS 2013 [RESOLVED] Retrieving elements from ConfigurationSections in App.Config

    I'm trying to to store grouped configuration settings in my app.config, but I'm having difficulty in drilling down to the lowest level. My config file looks like this:


    <?xml version="1.0"...
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    Re: The Golden Chair

    There is no room for my carrot dancer.
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    VS 2013 Re: Converting files to PDF

    Thanks, Chris - that looks very interesting. I'll see what I can do with it. :)
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    VS 2013 Re: Converting files to PDF

    It's not the budget so much as the length of time it takes to get anything approved.

    The problem is that the new servers are Windows Server 2012, and Microsoft strongly recommend not installing...
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    VS 2013 Converting files to PDF

    I seem to recall asking this before but can't find it....

    We have an old application that runs as a scheduled task on an very old server. A major part of its job is converting files into PDFs, and...
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    Re: The UK Election

    I think this amply demonstrates my point.


    https://youtu.be/IeqB8dO0NmQ
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    Re: The UK Election

    That's very true, I think. They also have a problem of personality as well as politics; the only Conservatives with any character come across as, well, rather odd (I'm thinking of Boris Johnson,...
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    Re: The UK Election

    I actually think they're understated, as are those of his closest team. After all, he voted against the Anglo-Irish agreement (the precursor to the Good Friday Agreement and the first major step...
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    Re: The UK Election

    I think the biggest problem for the Tories in this election was that they treated the public like idiots. Now, all politicians and political parties do this, otherwise Labour wouldn't have tried...
  17. Re: When did you start coding? What's your story?

    My son is in the first year of a physics degree, and his programming module was done in Python. It seems to be fairly standard in that kind of field.
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    Re: The Golden Chair

    Please don't pickle my artichokes.
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    Re: The Golden Chair

    We had misplaced our sofa of gilt. :mad:
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    Re: It's about time!

    Personally, I hold Corbyn (and McDonnell and Abbott) responsible for what's happened to the Labour party.

    Corbyn is an awful, awful man; his praise and support for the IRA while they were...
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    Re: The Ultimate Cat Thread!

    It looks angrier than a real wookie!
  22. Re: Annoyances... What's wrong with people? Me?

    And for some reason they all seem to drive little red cars.
  23. Re: Annoyances... What's wrong with people? Me?

    This. 1,000 times this. You have to wonder about the mentality of someone who does this.

    Oh, and people who sit in the middle or outside lane when they're not overtaking anyone. There are so many...
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    Re: How was the forum 20 years ago?

    I think quite a few people took exception to being told to behave, because Chit Chat was where everyone came when they didn't want to behave. It was a bit swearier back then, but then a swear filter...
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    Re: How was the forum 20 years ago?

    Wow - never expected to encounter J4U again. At least, not until Easter.
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    Re: Hi from an old noob

    Welcome, Dan!

    You're further ahead than we were a week ago; we've just (this weekend, in fact) replaced our final VB3 application, so we're finally fully on .Net.
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    Poll: Re: 2016 Mock Presidential Elections Poll

    If you read my entire post, you'd see that I didn't say the NHS is brilliant - I said the overall system, a combination of the NHS and private, is brilliant.
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    Poll: Re: 2016 Mock Presidential Elections Poll

    I'm not a huge fan of the NHS because I think far, far too much money is spent on bureaucracy. However, I definitely disagree with the assertion that it's abysmal. There are queues and waiting lists...
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    Poll: Re: 2016 Mock Presidential Elections Poll

    The one thing I've really learnt from this election is that American elections are vicious. The amount of personal attacks from both sides and from the media was astonishing, and social media was, if...
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    Poll: Re: 2020 Mock Presidential Election Poll

    I think there's a fair chance of Edward Snowden winning.
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    Re: U.N. Internet Takeover at midnight

    Yep, because Clinton has proven herself to be trustworthy with computers. ;)



    Given that Saudi Arabia are now members of the UN Human Rights Council, I think there is an argument to be made...
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    Re: I just set up a TOR account

    The dark web? You should all be ashamed of your moral TORpitude.
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    Poll: Re: 2016 Mock Presidential Elections Poll

    Apparently, you're right about the demons. :rolleyes:
  34. Extracting the name of the RDL from an SSRS report

    We have several published SSRS reports in our organisation that haven't been documented properly; they're in use but we don't know when they were created or what the original requirements were. We...
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    Re: Did he really just say that...

    That worries me too. Now that the US-EU trade negotiations (where the proposed deal contains a huge amount of that kind of thing) are struggling, I worry that the UK will try to nip in and get a...
  36. Printing single PDF document to different trays

    We currently have a batch printing application that creates Word documents and prints them. This process often uses multiple paper trays for a single document; this is typically for when we have a...
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    Re: The Donald

    As alarming as Donald Trump is, the suggestion that people who vote for him need to be punished is more alarming still. Quite simply, that's fascism.
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    Re: Object Orientation

    Thanks, TG.

    I can't rate your post either...
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    Re: Object Orientation

    Incidentally, there's a disadvantage to the fact that you tend to be one of the few people that answers my questions: I can't rate your post unless I go and rate some other people's posts first.
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    Re: Object Orientation

    Excellent - thanks, Funky. I've been having a bit of an uphill struggle, so an independent opinion like this will hopefully be a big help.
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