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I have seen so many developers once they wanted to destroy session, they used
Session(“A”) = Nothing
Its not a good practice to assign nothing object.
One thing I would add the current Session object will not delete untill the script on the current page have been processed completely.
ASP.NET’s Control class which provide a wonderful method ResolveURL thats parse relative URL’s path and make it ready and fix URL into one that is readable and usable on the requesting client.
Using tilt sign ~ that makes control execute and search inside the application.
reference path : “~/images/joggee.jpg”
<img alt=”" height=”7″ hspace=”6″ src=<%=ResolveURL(“~/images/index_40.jpg”) %> width=”4″ />
Readers, always ask me to write on CURSOR, with their customize problem, But I normally write which will help
every one. One of reader asked me long back about the cursor and exporting data from MS SQL Server to MySQL.I had the same scenario, I need to export data from MS SQL to MySQL, and I have to do it quickly.
I didnt find on internet a better solution because of the time constraint.
I have acheived my task by using CURSOR and generate customize queries, So I can execute them at MySQL database and populate required data.
My main focus is to share how to use cursor and also one of the way to export data from MS SQL Server to MySQL.
You can customize and replace your queries with one written below.
–insert records in a temp table
‘e50b13c57937586c4c6c6fa30f0bce24′ as ‘password’,
’33VPTHTe’ as ‘salt’,
‘dkRZvhwOMrXLwL8mSJA2PneuMkBCXD9aRLuWjgIF2grtYNW6bQ’ as ‘loginkey’,
user_email as ‘email’,
’1206339144′ as ‘regdate’,
’1206423077′ as ‘lastvisit’,
’0′ as ‘lastpost’,
snull(User_website,”) as ‘website’,
isnull(user_icq,”) as ‘icq’,
isnull(user_aim,”) as ‘aim’,
isnull(user_yim,”) as ‘yahoo’,
isnull(user_msnm,”) as ‘msn’,
isnull(user_sig,”) as ‘signature’,
isnull(user_allow_pm,’0′) as ‘receivepms’,
isnull(user_notify_pm,’0′) as ‘pmnotify’,
isnull(user_allowavatar,’0′) as ‘showavatars’,
’2′ as ‘usergroup’
–Declaring variables to insert column values later
Declare @username varchar(1000)
Declare @password varchar(500)
Declare @salt varchar (250)
Declare @loginkey varchar(500)
Declare @email varchar(500)
Declare @regdate varchar(500)
Declare @lastvisit varchar(500)
Declare @lastpost varchar(500)
Declare @website varchar(500)
Declare @icq varchar(255)
Declare @aim varchar(255)
Declare @yahoo varchar(255)
Declare @msn varchar(255)
Declare @signature varchar(255)
Declare @receivepms varchar(255)
Declare @pmnotify varchar(255)
Declare @showavatars varchar(255)
Declare @usergroup varchar(10)
–declaration of the cursor
DECLARE @getBB CURSOR
–Initializing of cursor for particular query result.
SET @getBB = CURSOR FOR SELECT * FROM #TEMP
OPEN @getBB –opening a cursor
FETCH NEXT –Syntax of cursor to move next
FROM @getBB INTO – Inserting single row data as a column to variables
@username ,@password,@salt,@loginkey ,@email,@regdate,@lastvisit,@lastpost,
@website,@icq,@aim ,@yahoo,@msn,@signature,@receivepms,@pmnotify,@showavatars ,@usergroup
WHILE @@FETCH_STATUS = 0 – condition execute until record end
– Here you can write your customize result or further execution.
Print ‘ INSERT INTO users(username, password, salt,loginkey,email, regdate, lastvisit,
lastpost, website, icq, aim, yahoo, msn, signature, receivepms,
+ @username + ”’,”’+ @password + ”’,”’+ @salt + ”’,
”’+ @loginkey + ”’,”’+ @email + ”’,”’+ @regdate + ”’,
”’+ @lastvisit + ”’,’+ @lastpost + ‘,”’+ @website + ”’,
”’+ @icq + ”’,”’+ @aim + ”’,”’+ @yahoo + ”’,”’+ @msn + ”’,
”’+ @signature + ”’,”’+ @receivepms + ”’,”’+ @pmnotify + ”’,
”’+ @showavatars +”’,”’ + @usergroup + ”’);’
FETCH NEXT – Moving next
FROM @getBB INTO – Insert next record to the variables.
@aim ,@yahoo,@msn,@signature,@receivepms,@pmnotify,@showavatars ,@usergroup
ENDCLOSE @getBB – Closing variable
DEALLOCATE @getBB – removing from the memory
DROP TABLE #TEMP
Hope this will solve Export data from MS Sql Server to MySQL and also explain a cursor.
Redirects to the site you specified in the Forward To field using a “301 Moved Permanently” HTTP response. The HTTP 301 response code tells user-agents (including search engines) that the location has permanently moved.
Redirects to the site you specified in the Forward To field using a “302 Moved Temporarily” HTTP response. The HTTP 302 response code tells user-agents (including search engines) that the location has temporarily moved.
“I am experiencing problem with global.asax; events are not firing, I cant debug global.asax” One of my reader asked me.
Simple and reliable solution is.
Remove global.asax from your project and add again and leave in on the root of the project.
Since we are using ASP.Net 2.0 there is no Global.asax file in visual studio solution by default.
This will solve the problem, Global.asax
We normally use visio to build documents which helps developer to understand the flow of the modules and projects. These are common used shapes that’s why I am just taking the definition from Microsoft itself so it would be consistent for everyone.
Its just a copy paste from Microsoft visio but the main concept behind is to share
What the flowchart shapes represent
When you open the Basic Flowchart template, the Basic Flowchart Shapes stencil opens too. Each shape on the stencil represents a different step in a process.
Of all of the shapes on the Basic Flowchart Shapes stencil, only a few are commonly used. Those commonly used shapes are described here.
- Terminator Use this shape for the first and last step of your process.
- Process This shape represents a step in your process.
- Predefined process Use this shape for a set of steps that combine to create a sub-process that is defined elsewhere, often on another page of the same drawing.
- Decision This shape indicates a point where the outcome of a decision dictates the next step. There can be multiple outcomes, but often there are just two —yes and no.
Document This shape represents a step that results in a document.
- Data This shape indicates that information is coming into the process from outside, or leaving the process. This shape can also be used to represent materials and is sometimes called an Input/Output shape.
- Flowchart shapes You can right-click this multi-shape to set to any of the following shapes: Process, Decision, Document, or Data. Any text you type onto the shape, or information you add to its Shape Data, remains with the shape.This is what the shape looks like on the stencil:This is what you see when you drag the shape onto the drawing page and right-click it:
- Stored data Use this shape for a step that results in information being stored.
- On-page reference This small circle indicates that the next (or previous) step is somewhere else on the drawing. This is particularly useful for large flowcharts where you would otherwise have to use a long connector, which can be hard to follow.
- Off-page reference When you drop this shape onto your drawing page, a dialog box opens where you can create a set of hyperlinks between two pages of a flowchart or between a sub-process shape and a separate flowchart page that shows the steps in that sub-process.
- Dynamic connector This connector draws a path around shapes it encounters.
- Line-curve connector This connector has adjustable curvature.
- Auto-height box This is a bordered text box that adjusts to accommodate the amount of text you type. You can set the width by dragging the sides of the shape. Although this shape doesn’t represent a step in a process, it is a handy way to add a text box to your flowchart.
- Annotation This bracketed text box adjusts to accommodate the amount of text you type. You can set the width by dragging the sides of the shape. Like the Auto-height box shape, this shape doesn’t represent a step in a process. Use this to add comments about your flowchart shapes.
- Manual input This is a step where a person provides information to the process.
- Manual operation This is a step that must be performed by a person.
- Internal storage This shape represents information stored on a computer.
- Direct data This shape represents information stored so that any single record can be accessed directly. This represents how a computer hard-drive stores data.
- Sequential data This shape represents information stored in sequence, such ad data on a magnetic tape. When data is stored in sequence, it must be retrieved in sequence. For example, in order to access record 7 you would have to first go through records 1 through 6.
- Card and Paper tape This shape represents a physical card or paper tape. Early computer systems used a system of punch cards and paper tape to store and retrieve data and to store and run programs.
- Display This shape represents information that is displayed to a person, usually on a computer screen.
- Preparation This shape indicates where variables are initialized in preparation for a procedure.
- Parallel mode This shape shows where two different processes can operate simultaneously.
- Loop limit This shape marks the maximum number of times a loop can run before it must go on to the next step.
- Control transfer This shape indicates a step that goes to a step other than the typical next step when certain conditions are met.
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My database server giving me hard time after displaying this error.When I tried to search on the INTERNET, I was amazed every third person have the same error. Its so common.
“Cannot load the DLL xpstar.dll”
This error message happens because of many reason.
If you install some application on the database server.
got rebutted because of serge problem.
some how directly shutdown
Here is the solution.
Click here to Download this file and paste in the /BIN/ folder in the respective path.
another way to resolve it, repair sql server using installation CD.