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  1. Thread: Chill out

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    The majority of the year is fairly hot in parts...

    The majority of the year is fairly hot in parts of Australia. Summer is from December to February.

    It was 31 degrees (celsius) at 3am here last Friday. :p
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    It's been so long since I've done this, so I am...

    It's been so long since I've done this, so I am doing little more than having an educated guess here.

    Try modifying the RecordSet open method call to use the adOpenStatic cursor:


    ...
  3. Thread: Chill out

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    Whoa! Nice pics. In Australia, it's summer. It...

    Whoa! Nice pics.

    In Australia, it's summer. It hit 45.8 degrees Celsius (115 Fahrenheit!!) last week!
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    Hey yo. This will actually return the local IP of...

    Hey yo. This will actually return the local IP of the server that is accepting the request.

    REMOTE_ADDR is the correct server variable, but unfortunately you can only access the values that were...
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    It was written in ASP. Unfortunately, I wrote it...

    It was written in ASP. Unfortunately, I wrote it years ago in a previous position. I no longer have access to the code.

    You can open an Excel Spreadsheet like you would a database and iterate over...
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    The ID field in your database should really be...

    The ID field in your database should really be controlled by an incrementing primary key. This is much easier than trying to keep integrity programmatically.

    Cheers.
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    The article was correct. Prefixing the path...

    The article was correct.

    Prefixing the path with a forward slash will force it to be explicit. That is, starting from the root directory of your website as configured in your web server.

    Make...
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    heh No problems. I have a good relationship...

    heh No problems.

    I have a good relationship with my designer (I even lived with him at one point) and he charges me a very good hourly rate.

    If I just charged the client my normal hourly rate,...
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    Yes, the client pays for the service. Thats the...

    Yes, the client pays for the service. Thats the way commerce works.

    I do it:

    1) Takes longer
    2) Costs more (I am more expensive)
    3) I get bored.
    4) Quality goes down.
    5) I get behind in...
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    Yes, this is possible. I have done something...

    Yes, this is possible. I have done something similar for a client in the past.

    The file is uploaded, you then parse it and extract the data you want programmatically (there is a library available...
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    I really have had several clients ask me that. It...

    I really have had several clients ask me that. It was really funny the first time. :p
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    The client *is* purchasing my time. I am...

    The client *is* purchasing my time. I am presenting a virtual image to my client. They never need to see my graphic designer or HTML hacker.

    I don't necessarily think HTML/CSS would not be...
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    If you want this functionality from the front-end...

    If you want this functionality from the front-end ("prior to pressing submit"), you should look into doing it with JavaScript.

    Ideally, for sensitive data, you want validation on both the...
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    On the rendered page, what is the contents of the...

    On the rendered page, what is the contents of the iframes src attribute? View the source.
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    Yeah, thats right. The parent page will have...

    Yeah, thats right. The parent page will have access to the local variables of the include.

    You don't really need to iterate through the recordst like that. You should really just be returning the...
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    You *could* do anything. But, nope, I highly...

    You *could* do anything. But, nope, I highly doubt it would be more profitable.

    If you try to do everything yourself, you will notice that:

    1) You aren't as smart as you thought you were. Your...
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    I'm sure you could make a living from it if you...

    I'm sure you could make a living from it if you invested more time and thought into the process than I do.

    Freelance work is generally something I do when I: a) Have enough free time to do it; b)...
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    I think the majority of us full-time developers...

    I think the majority of us full-time developers normally try and squeeze some freelance in on the side.

    My main point of advice is always to know your boundaries and make sure you have great...
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    The includes won't allow you to pass querystring...

    The includes won't allow you to pass querystring arguments to them as they are not full HTTP requests.

    The contents of the files will be physically merged into the resulting response, therefore...
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    Just call "execute" function on your ADO database...

    Just call "execute" function on your ADO database connection object. :)

    The UPDATE statement does not return a recordset, therefore you don't need an ADO RecordSet object.

    Cheers.
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    Yeah, this is totally possible. Exactly how you...

    Yeah, this is totally possible. Exactly how you achieve this is based on which technologies you are using, etc.

    Theoretically, if your database is setup to ensure users names are unique (which...
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    I know very well what SFTP is. I have written...

    I know very well what SFTP is. I have written large wrappers for SFTP.

    I am, however, skeptical that YOU know what it is... SFTP is not at all FTP. It is implemented using SSH.
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    1) Totally unencrypted and insecure 2) Totally...

    1) Totally unencrypted and insecure
    2) Totally blind and without integrity. Files are not verified on the receiving end (checksums, etc). If data is lost during transit, you will not know.
    3)...
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    That is pretty standard from any platform....

    That is pretty standard from any platform. Infact, simply uploading via an ancient protocol like FTP on every save is potentially sloppy and inhibiting. I can think of a few ways to match or exceed...
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    Whoa, whoa! You and I are going to have to...

    Whoa, whoa! You and I are going to have to disagree here, Jeff. Nothing is faster and more proficient than working directly from a terminal!

    WebNerd, I use Vim for ALL of my development and text...
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