Monthly Archives: August 2006

UserControl won’t load in web page when assembly has a strong name and uses Visual Basic

This is how I spent the last 4 hours: Create a Visual Basic.NET user control following the approach in this article, although it clearly has been translated from Visual C# without testing. Fix the code and watch it in all … Continue reading

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DELETE FROM WHERE CURRENT OF doesn’t work

… within a FETCH loop, which is not entirely surprising. We all know, if we have a list List<int> list = new List<int>(10); for (int i = 0; i < 10; i++) { list.Add(i); }and want to delete items like … Continue reading

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Using Firefox because …

IE keeps calling the debugger on my fully patched XP when trying to open my blog on Windows Live Spaces. Ironic, isn’t it. I hope the re-targeted, re-announced, re-release of the patched IE 6.0 SP1 update will fix this soon.

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If you need new language for your spec …

… it may not be worth it.   Don Box welcomes a new spec for modeling services, which is, of course, utterly unrelated to this spec, although the same companies have been sitting at it for most of the last decade.   … Continue reading

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