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    Wow.. that was an old post.. Um.. negative. ...

    Wow.. that was an old post..

    Um.. negative. While, I agree that some people may have winzip or something tied to the application/x-zip type, application/octet-stream opens the file in the browser...
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    lol

    That's not the actual ip address I'm sure...

    Arc is smart enough not to post the ip address of his sql server on to the internet...
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    You can set up the recordset for the report and...

    You can set up the recordset for the report and then change the report's data source to point to that recordset. When you open the rs you can check the number of rows returned before displaying the...
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    Avoid column names like 'Date'. It's a keyword...

    Avoid column names like 'Date'. It's a keyword in just about every programming language. Use something like MsgDate.
  5. They are cookies. The only difference is they...

    They are cookies. The only difference is they aren't persisted. Older versions of IE had the same capabilities.. they are memory cookies that simply contain the session id issued from the server.
  6. Thread: list box

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    Unfortunately, no. And what's worse, the list...

    Unfortunately, no. And what's worse, the list box will size itself to fit the biggest option innerText value unless you explicitly specify a width style to it.
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    goatsucker: no, it isn't. There are many ways to...

    goatsucker: no, it isn't. There are many ways to specify that.. he is using:

    RsMessages.open "messageboard", CnMessBoard,,, adCmdTable
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    JScript is case sensitive...

    JScript is case sensitive...



    <select name="valignleft" size="1" OnChange="window.document.all['link5'].vAlign='bottom';">
    <option value="top">Top</option>
    <option...
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    http://msdn.microsoft.com http://www.asp101.com

    http://msdn.microsoft.com
    http://www.asp101.com
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    Um.. that is good but it isn't what he is looking...

    Um.. that is good but it isn't what he is looking for...

    He is looking for more like:

    [A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z][PAGE: 2][NEXT][PREV]
  11. Depends.. keep them small. If you need to store...

    Depends.. keep them small. If you need to store hashed values, it starts to become a performance hit. You could also get the cookie values on the initial page and pass the values from page to page....
  12. Don't use sessions. Use cookies. You can...

    Don't use sessions. Use cookies.

    You can keep the layouts in separate CSS files.
    Each time the user accesses the page, read the cookie to determine which css file to link to. This also allows...
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    The way I see this implemented the most, is...

    The way I see this implemented the most, is across the top or bottom of the page, you show the alpha characters A-Z as links. Each of the links link back to the same page with a querystring like...
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    Parsers can be as complicated as you make them. ...

    Parsers can be as complicated as you make them. Depends on the data and how much manipulation it requires.

    We use one here that receives and processes downloads of mainframe data that we put...
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    In a word. Don't. And while you're at it...

    In a word. Don't.

    And while you're at it please don't double post for the same topic..
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    This...

    This is from Hack's signature and I think it says it all.. please read it...

    Anyone who thinks they are programming and are still using data controls, should also read it.
  17. Thread: DHTML in VB6

    by monte96
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    I don't know of anyone that uses DHTML projects...

    I don't know of anyone that uses DHTML projects in VB6 in real world applications. You would probably be better served using different technology for your project.

    Of course, as soon as I post...
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    You are trying to do a server side operation from...

    You are trying to do a server side operation from the client side. You can't hold a recordset open in ASP and just movenext. Each time the server sends the page to the browser, the server is no...
  19. Thread: Sql

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    Using 'Select Into' removes the requirement that...

    Using 'Select Into' removes the requirement that the table structures match. You can assemble the data into the structure you need to insert. Other than that there is no real advantage. If the...
  20. Thread: Php Vs Asp

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    ASP has only about 6 core objects but it is COM...

    ASP has only about 6 core objects but it is COM compliant which gives it access to thousands (maybe more than that) of already built COM Components, plus you can create your own server side COM...
  21. Thread: Sql

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    I didn't catch that they were in the same...

    I didn't catch that they were in the same database.. I thought you were saying they were in different ones.. yes..

    An example from SQL 2000 Books Online:


    SELECT Shippers.*, Link.Address,...
  22. Thread: asp

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    .Net is compiled but would require a rewrite of...

    .Net is compiled but would require a rewrite of your code and can still be uncompiled. You can buy a obfuscator that garbled the compiled code so it won't uncompile. But you would still need to do...
  23. Thread: Sql

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    Do you need to do this programatically? Because...

    Do you need to do this programatically? Because DTS is the way to accomplish this..
  24. Thread: Excel

    by monte96
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    You can write a .csv file to the server and...

    You can write a .csv file to the server and redirect to it. If the user has Excel installed, it will open inside of IE..
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    Don't use Msgbox on the web... Unless you have...

    Don't use Msgbox on the web...

    Unless you have debugging enabled on the server you can't use Msgbox in server side ASP code, and if you use it in client side script, it means you're using vbscript...
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    Make sure that the Form method is post and not...

    Make sure that the Form method is post and not get.
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    I find that the FormatDateTime function.. well.....

    I find that the FormatDateTime function.. well.. sucks.. and I rarely use it. Instead I use the Month(), Day(), and Year() to roll my own when I need a specific format....
  28. Thread: asp

    by monte96
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    ugh.. just give them the code if they paid you......

    ugh.. just give them the code if they paid you... it's theirs....
  29. Thread: Parameters

    by monte96
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    If you are using return values, you will need to...

    If you are using return values, you will need to use a command object. If you are executing code that returns a data set/recordset, the above methods work fine. You need to define at least an...
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    Yes. You will need to create client side arrays...

    Yes. You will need to create client side arrays of the data with a field that links the data from the two combo boxes. It's kind of complex but very elegant. The only down side is if the combos...
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    Again.. if its on my screen.. its mine.. ...

    Again.. if its on my screen.. its mine.. enlarging kills image quality even on good quality images. So if your goal was to simply prevent the saving of the images, it wouldn't work. If your goal...
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    if it is on my screen, I can get it. Period.

    if it is on my screen, I can get it. Period.
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    I change the mime type on the server to zip so...

    I change the mime type on the server to zip so that it thinks it is a zip file and prompts with a save dialog.
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    It would be an unsigned ActiveX control. The...

    It would be an unsigned ActiveX control. The default security settings on IE are set to ignore it. The user would have to know to change the security settings (and know how.. easy for you and I,...
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    The options are few. There is nothing you can do...

    The options are few. There is nothing you can do that would stop be from having any image you have online on a web site. Period. I'm sure I'm not the only one savvy enough to be able to say that...
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    You will need to use Server.MapPath. I would...

    You will need to use Server.MapPath.

    I would not recomend using fileshares on the web though.. it exposes you to alot of undue risk of hacking.
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    Yes, you can must the tag.. but you are...

    Yes, you can must the <OBJECT> tag.. but you are still subject to the conditions that I outlined in my original post regarding certificates...
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    No permissions. The IIS/PWS process uses the...

    No permissions. The IIS/PWS process uses the IUSR_MACHINENAME user to perform all actions and won't typically allow for that process to jump out of the sandbox of a web directory. Create a virtual...
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    However, an ActiveX/COM dll will not allow you to...

    However, an ActiveX/COM dll will not allow you to read client side directories or registry entries to see if the runtime files are installed... it runs only on the server side.
  40. Thread: Popup Calender

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    check out Planet Source Code...

    check out Planet Source Code and Dynamic Drive. You will find lightweight javascript popup calendars on both..
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