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$theRuns = Get-WmiObject -Class MIIS_RunHistory -Namespace root/MicrosoftIdentityIntegrationServerforeach ($_ in $theRuns){ $displayString = $( $_.MaName + "." + $_.RunProfile) Write-Host $displayString.PadRight(40) -ForegroundColor Blue Write-Host "Duration:".PadRight(12) ([datetime]$_.RunEndTime - [datetime]$_.RunStartTime) Write-Host "Run Start:".PadRight(12) $
Last modified by Craig Martin on 12/30/2009 11:35:44 PM
DoCmd.CopyObject Method (Access)The CopyObject method carries out the CopyObject action in Visual Basic. expression .CopyObject(DestinationDatabase, NewName, SourceObjectType, SourceObjectName)expression A variable that represents a DoCmd object.ParametersNameRequired/OptionalData TypeDescriptionDestinationDatabaseOptionalVariantA string expression that's the valid path and file name fo
Last modified by Microsoft on 2/15/2012 8:10:15 PM
Tags:  2010;  access  docmd;  office;
Ports and Protocols used by SQL Server 2005 (Opening Ports in the Firewall)
Hello,If you need to know which ports you need to open to grant access to a SQL Server instance through a firewall, you will find some information here:http://www.sqlcoffee.com/Tips0003.htmRegards,Alberto MorilloSQLCoffee.com
Last modified by Alberto Morillo on 11/9/2010 3:05:02 PM
Tags:  access  firewall  ports  server  sql  windows
.NET Framework Class LibraryOperationContext Class MembersProvides access to the execution context of a service method.Namespace:   System.ServiceModelAssembly:  System.ServiceModel (in System.ServiceModel.dll) Public NotInheritable Class OperationContext _ Implements IExtensibleObject(Of OperationContext) public sealed class OperationContext : IExtensibleObject<OperationContext&
Last modified by Microsoft on 6/1/2010 7:28:38 PM
Tags:  access  dynamic  runtime
GetFiles() access denied solved (Directory.GetFiles Method (System.IO))
Examples code:private void ListFilesToListView(string path, string ext){ FileInfo[] FileList; DirectoryInfo dirs = new DirectoryInfo(path); try { Application.DoEvents(); FileList = dirs.GetFiles(ext, SearchOption.TopDirectoryOnly); Application.DoEvents(); ListViewItem t; for (int i = 0; i < FileList.Length; i++) { t = lsvFiles.Ite
Last modified by Le Xuan Thach on 3/6/2010 8:52:54 AM
Tags:  access  denied  getfiles()  solve
Easy way using TableAdaptors (Retrieving Identity or Autonumber Values)
I found a great way for Retrieving Identity or Autonumber Values from Access when using VB .NET 2008 TableAdaptors.Adding a row using a TableAdaptor typically looks like this:Dim myDataRow As DataRow = Me.tablenameDataRowMe.myDataSet.tablename.Rows.Add(myDataRow)Me.tablenameTableAdapter.Update(myDataRow)An easy way to retrieve the Identity value is to open the TableAdaptor connection prior to the
Last modified by Art_B on 2/26/2010 5:44:33 PM
Access 2007 Addin Events (Creating Managed Add-ins for Access 2007)
Hi, I have the Access 2007 to Visual Basic 2008 Addin example working for an RS232 interface. When I Click the buttons in Access the VB 2008 code runs. (Hookup working) When I try to call the Button_Click event from Access the VB 2008 sub will not fire. Is there a way to directly call the VB 2008 sub from Access? Or be able to raise the Access Button_Click event?
Last modified by Jeffrey Developer on 2/23/2010 8:02:30 PM
Tags:  2007  access  events
Variable Not Defined Error (MsoFileDialogView Enumeration [Object Library Reference for the 2007 Microsoft Office System])
While using Option Explicit in Access 2007, if I use the code:With Application.FileDialog(3)....InitialView = msoFileDialogViewList...Then I get the error, "Variable Not Defined," and it highlights the text "msoFileDialogViewList." It seems these constants are not actually defined in Access 2007. The workaround is to simply replace the constant with the appropriate number from the table above:.Ini
Last modified by Joeypride on 10/23/2009 8:20:46 PM
Variable Not Defined Error (MsoFileDialogType Enumeration [Object Library Reference for the 2007 Microsoft Office System])
While using Option Explicit in Access 2007, if I use the code:With Application.FileDialog(msoFileDialogFilePicker)...Then I get the error, "Variable Not Defined," and it highlights the text "msoFileDialogFilePicker." It seems these constants are not actually defined in Access 2007. The workaround is to simply replace the constant with the appropriate number from the table above:With Application.Fi
Last modified by Joeypride on 10/23/2009 8:11:19 PM
dotConnect for Oracle (System.Data.OracleClient Namespace ())
dotConnect - the best advanced ADO.NET data provider for Oracle.Key Features: *Direct access mode (without Oracle client) *100% managed code *High performance *Easy to deploy *Supports the latest versions of Oracle server, including Personal and Express editions *All Oracle data types support *Full Oracle Objects support *Comprehensive REF CURSOR support *PL/SQL tables and PL/SQL records support *
Last modified by Devart Software on 9/21/2009 1:35:06 PM
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