(If you have already installed SQL Server 2008 Express with the Web Platform Installer)
As of March 4, 2010...
0. If you are using Server 2008, Install Windows PowerShell using these instructions: http://www.tech-recipes.com/rx/2521/windows_server_2008_install_windows_powershell/. Otherwise download and install it from here: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-ca/scriptcenter/dd772288.aspx
Last modified by gillbates21 on 5/6/2010 3:43:02 AM
Has anyone had issues getting the DCOM snap-in component for WS-AT to work?I have gone through all of the steps indicated and the snap-in properties does not have the WSAT tab, at all. Anyone?
Last modified by r3volt on 6/16/2009 9:50:51 PM
Report.CurrentView PropertyAccess Developer ReferenceYou can use the CurrentView property to determine how a report is currently displayed. Read/write Integer.Version Information
Version Added: Access 2007Syntaxexpression.CurrentViewexpression A variable that represents a Report object.RemarksThe CurrentView property uses the following settings.SettingReport Displayed In:0Design view5Print Pr
Last modified by Microsoft on 9/9/2008 11:16:48 PM
Visual C++ Language ReferenceCalling ConventionsUpdated: November 2007
The Visual C/C++ compiler provides several different conventions for calling internal and external functions. Understanding these different approaches can help you debug your program and link your code with assembly-language routines.
The topics on this subject explain
Last modified by Microsoft on 8/8/2008 1:26:56 AM
Both these flags cause problems :CS_OWNDC prevents you from using two DCs for the same window.CS_CLASSDC causes unavoidable race conditions in a multithread program, as soon a two threads create windows of the same class. While this was impossible in Win16, in Win32 it can and will cause bugs almost impossible to diagnose.More information is available in an old post on Raymond Chen's blog.
Last modified by Medinoc on 7/16/2008 9:32:37 AM
File("c:\Folder1\File1.txt") returns FALSE if the file does not exist, even if the file can be found along the Visual FoxPro path.File("c:\File1.txt") returns TRUE if the file does not exist, if the file can be found along the Visual FoxPro path. A path was specified, but FILE returns TRUE. File("\\someserver\somefolder\File1.txt") returns TRUE if the file does not exist, if the file can be found
Last modified by Stanley Roark on 7/23/2008 10:31:34 PM