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  • Error Code 64: Host not available – ISA error

    Hello Sir;   When I am accessing the  internal website from other system, I get below error. How can I bypass internal broadcast  from ISA server?   I alread bypass from  broweser's internet option but still same issue.   With Regards Bhupendra Jesalpura 9426372705

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  • Windows updates

    The following 3 updates always fail to download. K2810048 K2817474 K2833941

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  • Need to delete tons of records in SQL Server 2012?

    I have over 740 million records in a table and I need to delete all records with two field values. I can’t find a way to do it automatically and of course manual makes no sense at all. Is there any way I can do this?

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  • Why is my textbox always showing zero’s after the decimal point? (Visual Basic)

    I have a text box to where a user will insert text like 1234567. My intentions is to have that textbox add the comma's and decimal points once the focus has left it. However the results I am getting is 1,234,567.00 and not 12,345.67. Here is my code: Private Sub toothchart_TextChanged(ByVal sender...

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  • Viewports in AutoCAD

    Is it possible to create circular viewports?

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  • AS400 – Editing an FTP script in CL

    I have written a CL routine to send a file via FTP using the OVFDBF commands for INPUT and OUTPUT. This works fine, however I need to be able to edit my FTP script file somehow in order to change the name of the file in the PUT command. Clearly you cannot pass a variable to this but is there anyway...

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  • SQL Server 2008: Query for names

    Now in SQL Server 2008, is there a way that I can query for names in all tables that contain the column with name. Something along these lines:%myName%

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  • Block diagrams for Windows OS

    Hello, Does anyone know of a book or training manual that has something like a block diagram that outlines all the parts of the Windows OS from say XP up to 8 and explanations for each part. I am trying to get a wholistic view of the OS's. Thanks. Greg Also I would be grateful for any book titles...

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  • Lost Toolbar

    I unchecked all of the toolbars (by mistake) in the "Customize" menu and now I can't find a location to Right-Click on to bring up the customize menu so I can restore the Standard menu. Any suggestions?

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  • Insert data to DB2 database using VB and SQL stored procedure

    I have spent a few days trying to find a solution using Google. Has anyone had luck with this problem? Simply put we are trying to send data from our web service to our I-Series. We need to do this via a SQL stored procedure. When we do the insert dynamically it works as long as there are no single...

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  • How to calculate previous row value?

    Here is the model I am using: Data: Date Hours Worked FullDay 9/4/2013 7:13:00 No 9/6/2013 10:52:00 Yes 9/7/2013 6:43:00 No 9/10/2013 9:26:00 Yes FullDay column to be updated as 'Yes' if previous day worked hours is at least 8 hours. How can I calculate whether or not the previous row value is...

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  • Administrator privileges in SQL Server 2008

    I recently installed SQL Server 2008 R2 onto my local machine. However, I can't create a new database because I'm getting the following message:CREATE DATABASE PERMISSION DENIEDAfter I saw that message, I tried to switch my administrator privileges but I received this:"User does not have permission...

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  • Does SQL Server 2014 backup to early versions of SQL Server?

    I’m looking to go up to SQL Server 2014 version and am testing a large database to handle it. Is there any way restore SQL Server 2014 backup in SQL Server 2008? I know it’s possible to restore SQL Server 2008 backup in SQL Server 2005, but was removed in 2012 to 2008. Has this been restored in...

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  • How to change datetime values in SQL Server?

    I want to present a datetime value without hours, minutes or seconds in SQL Server 2008? Would this code work?Statement @SomeDate datetime = '2013-09-18 16:30:22' select trunc_date(@SomeDate) ----------------------- 2013-09-18 00:00:00.000

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  • Where can i get network design questions to practice

    i really am looking for a site where i can get network design problems so i could practice them with my packet tracer.please will be so glad if any one can help me. thanks

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  • How to paginate and view results in SQL Server 2012?

    I’m trying to set pagination within SQL Server 2012 so that you can follow the total number of pages while adding data. Anyone know how to do that?

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  • Error message while trying to login to SQL Server 2008 R2

    I've been working on this for weeks now but I continue to get this error message when I'm trying to login in SQL Server 2008 R2. 80040ed4 Failed login for user 'myuser' Can anyone explain to me what this error message means and how I can solve it? Thanks!

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  • Having problems with THROW SQL Server 2008 R2

    I’m having issues in SQL Server 2008 R2 Management Studio where it does not recognize my throw as detailed below: incorrect syntax near Throw I am trying to set things up so that my website throws an error whenever someone enters the same value twice Begin Try insert into BusinessID (BusinessID)...

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  • Dynamic vs. Stored Procedure table inserts

    I just finished making some code changes to get around a problem. I changed my code from doing a dynamic insert to using a stored procedure. Originally it was 20 lines of code for the dynamic process. Doing it the stored procedure way, by the time you defined all the parms it was 107 lines of vb...

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  • IE10 popup

    How to get rid of request to download/save unwanted file from unfamiliar website?

    dkerna5 pointsBadges:

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