• Set System Fonts through VB Code

    I want to change font of "MENU" as well as "ACTIVE TITLE BAR" through VB Code, which we usually change from ---> Control Panel - Display - Appearance. In my application all inputs and outputs are in a specific fonts but menus and titles of forms appear in default fonts set by the system. So,...

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  • SQL Comparing Transaction Data Times

    Hello: I have 2 tables: Table A (unique table of IDs and final times) ID - MaxTime 100 - 11/30/2007 200 - 11/15/2007 300 - 12/1/2007 Table B (transaction data for each ID) ID - Time 100 - 11/30/2007 100 - 11/29/2007 100 - 11/28/2007 200 - 11/18/2007 300 - 11/31/2007 For each ID in Table A, create a...

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  • Web Application Design

    I need some direction/advice on design. I am creating an app that will allow users to input First Article Inspection Records. Each FAI Record is a unique part number/inspection interation number record. Each FAI Record can have multiple line items, one for each inspection criteria. So far I have an...

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  • Java Grids

    Does Java API resovle trusted relationships solely through IE in thin client topologies?

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  • Developer

    Hi! I am currently developing a Document Tracking Database System using MS Access. I only have limited skills on access bt I'm willing to take an advice. Can you advise me on how to scan and save documents using MS Access database? Regards, Dee.

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  • transferring files from iSeries to PC

    Does anyone know of a way to transfer a file from the iSeries to a pc using CLP or RPGILE? I do not want the user to have to run a client access transfer. I would like the user to be unaware that this transfer has been done. thanks

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  • USE DATABASE

    How can I write a stored procedure which can switch to new databases using something like "use DBASENAME", but without knowing the dbase names before the procedure runs? The example below was my attempt to do this using SP_EXECUTESQL. The reason for this is so that I can call stored procedures...

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  • MS SQL 2000 memory leak

    Hi We are running Adobe Workflow server which is based on SQL 2000. Both appliaction and SQL 2000 rside on the same server WIndows 2003. Lately we faced the problem of Time Out from Adobe and it seems to be that SQL is consuming allot of memeory. When checked Tak Manager we found out that...

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  • connecting VB2005 Express with remote msSQL2005 Express server

    I'm trying to do the above with no sucess although I can connect msQuery, create msAccess projects, and ODBC with the remote server. The remote server is already configured to accept remote connections.!!! the message is that the remote server do not allow remote connections!!! any ideas

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  • Systems problem

    I always wonder why this happened to my system.....a situation like this. I redesign my system since its predecessors made me a lot of headache. The previous months after it was been upgraded many complains in one particular problem. This is what the problem is......they notice that in no...

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  • SQL 2005 Restore DB with Multiple files in Primary File group

    Is it possible to take a backup of a database that has multiple files within the primary file group (10 total in this example) and restore that backup to a new database that has only one file in the primary file group? THanks, Lee

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  • SQL to find minimum finish date

    Hi , I have table which contains project ID,task id and the finish date I need to get the minimum finish date for a each project id if a project id has multiple matches of finish date then i need to take the minimim fnish date of the minimum tak for that project id. E.g PROJ ID Task ID FINISH DATE...

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  • How to use share point in asp.net

    How to use share point in asp.net need step by step procedure video tutorial is more useful.

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  • VLANS IN SWITCHES

    Hello, I have a managed switch and i have created three vlans in that switches. how can i communicate with these three vlans within this switch and also if i connect another switch with this one to the port belongs to vlan 1 then the frame comes out of third vlan to second switch will contain a...

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  • Software Testing

    What are the different types of testing?

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  • performance counter

    what automatic system provides a log entry or message to a user on the system when a chosen performance counter reaches a predetermined value

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  • Vb Problem

    I use MS Acess database for VB. For reporting I use Data Report. Now I want to import data from MS Access (two different tables) in the same report. Pls help me ....

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  • Code for printing on IBM 6400 printers

    My company uses 6400 printers to print reports with bar codes and boxes. Currently the code that is used is what is recommended by Printronix - IGP. This code is difficult to change and hard to read. There are over 100 6400 printers in operation and many different versions of firm ware as well as...

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  • Report Properties Code

    Where can I find information on how to use the Report Properties Code

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  • Excel Interoperability

    When I execute my code that has early binding of Excel object, I am getting many processes being spawned. How can I keep the processes from being orphaned after the application completes? I have already set my objects to nothing at the end of my procedures.

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