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    Re: SQL record locking / sharing.

    SQL has "transactions" that allow a single user to interact with a set of tables in the database while naturally locking out other users.

    BEGIN TRAN is the SQL statement that "starts" the...
  2. Thread: Post Race!

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    Re: Post Race!

    I've always been told I was in charge of the evens. It's kind of my nom de guerre.
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    Re: Post Race!

    I'm guessing that is near Vegas? Strange name otherwise...
  4. Thread: Post Race!

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    Re: Post Race!

    I'm just a greeter at the front door.

    "Welcome to Sam's"
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    Re: Post Race!

    I live in a neighborhood that was named after the first president of the US (or at least the Continental Congress) - Samuel Huntington.
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    Re: [RESOLVED] Help with a query

    No need for SELECT DISTINCT with the GROUP BY. You want to make sure the GROUP BY is working properly, and DISTINCT would mask that, imo.

    I am very, very against DISTINCT, fwiw...
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    Re: Help with a query

    It was MMock that floated the business requirement of knowing the count of trips and those in CP status.

    With that said, building that DB object once and testing it robustly is a standard...
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    Re: Help with a query

    @zvoni - count the money, lol!
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    Re: Help with a query

    Seems it would be something like this:


    Select *
    From Jobs
    Where Jobs.Status='CP'
    and Exists(Select * From Trips Where Trips.JobControl=Jobs.Control
    and...
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    Re: Post Race!

    Moodus here in CT is named after a Sachem tribe - and is famous for the mysterious Moodus Noises!
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    Re: SSL Issue

    Is this IIS? Are you only able to get to a dash board screen to manage the web service?
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    Re: Post Race!

    NSFW stuff, lol!
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    Re: Ignoring moderators

    Now that is classic panties-in-a-bunch! We get it - they don't like the Rust core group, lol!
  14. Re: Getting the ball rolling. Which VB6 projects are you working on?

    Murder? Nah - vb6 died of natural causes from what I see!
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    Re: Ignoring moderators

    Lol!
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    Re: Ignoring moderators

    Moderator, Smoderator. Maybe just glorified hallway monitors, making sure you don't cut in line for the water fountain.

    We've had Three Eyed Frog moderators before! Ones with way too many...
  17. Re: Getting the ball rolling. Which VB6 projects are you working on?

    Recent posts in a couple of threads here are reminding me of One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest.

    Trying to figure out which one of you all is Nurse Ratched and who is Jack Nicholson...
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    Re: Many old unresolved threads

    I've certainly seen you do your part for the "discussion" here, lol!

    And yes - agreed and totally my point.
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    Re: Many old unresolved threads

    We are not SO - that site likes to have a thread on a topic that contains the ultimate info, rated in a way for others to find. And they lock or close down threads that are duplicates.

    That is...
  20. Re: VB6 vs .Net......Ending the debate once and for all.

    Being half Italian I fully agree with the hate on Pizza Hut, lol!

    As far as McDonald's, imo they are successful because they deliver the exact same product always, every time, regardless of where...
  21. Re: VB6 vs .Net......Ending the debate once and for all.

    Pizza I made Saturday night - one with only parm, and one with mozz. That night we did red peppers, onions and bacon. Will soon be investing in an outdoor pizza oven!
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    I am lucky enough to live near the pizza capital of the US. On Wooster Street in New Haven we have Pepe's, Modern and Sally's - these are iconic pizza joints. Pictures on the walls of famous...
  23. Anyone using the advanced Firewall with GoDaddy accounts?

    Anyone using the advanced Firewall with GoDaddy accounts?

    I'm having issues with the NO CACHE URL admin page. Opened a ticket with GoDaddy but not expecting a quick answer...
  24. Re: Why is VB.Net/C#/XAML + VS2019 is better than VB6? Here's why.....

    Thanks for that info!
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    I first take a screen shot with "Snipping Tool" - this makes tiny jpgs - and use those under GO ADVANCED, MANAGE ATTACHMENTS, UPLOAD - and you can only do 1 image if you want it to be INLINE with the...
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    We would call those crepes
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    btw - all my images were captured and processed with .Net - so there!


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    sounds good - not true, lol!
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    Again - nice - really nice! Forget what you hear about cooking in the UK - this is done right!
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    Props on that roast pork! One of my favorites!
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    Mother Mary
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    Perfect specimen!
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    Just hanging around!
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    Runway anyone?
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    Who else likes taking pictures?
  35. Re: Why is VB.Net/C#/XAML + VS2019 is better than VB6? Here's why.....

    I always joke that I cook because it's something you can "complete", as opposed to software which we write and enhance and fix forever and ever and ever as long as someone is using it! During covid...
  36. Re: Why is VB.Net/C#/XAML + VS2019 is better than VB6? Here's why.....

    Homemade chicken salad is SO good! Takes all of about 30 minutes! Pounded the chicken breast to about 1/2 inch. Pan fry in oil. Cook to 150 degrees, use a quality digital instant read meat...
  37. Re: Why is VB.Net/C#/XAML + VS2019 is better than VB6? Here's why.....

    Simple tomato salad with chopped up red onion, evo, balsamic and broken up black pepper taralli biscuits! Chill in the fridge! Wish I had some prosciutto!
  38. Re: Why is VB.Net/C#/XAML + VS2019 is better than VB6? Here's why.....

    Back in the mid 80's I spent a couple of months in Toronto, and lucky for me got to stay at the iconic Sutton Place. They would roll butter into little hollow balls, fresh squeezed OJ, the works! ...
  39. Re: Why is VB.Net/C#/XAML + VS2019 is better than VB6? Here's why.....

    On the left, a 5 pound can of San Marzano tomatoes! Quick marinara for the week! On the right, saving 2 quarts of sauce for the week! Love these covered measuring cups! If I keep this sauce...
  40. Re: Why is VB.Net/C#/XAML + VS2019 is better than VB6? Here's why.....

    A long time ago we deconstructed our Sunday sauce. Instead we make a huge weekly marinara with no meats or cheese. Here I did traditional pork ribs, but proper low and slow. Started at 425, ground...
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