Custom events in JavaScript

In one of our web applications there is a need to implement notifications when ever synchronisation of data from out vessels completed. Some dashboard graphs and grids this information to reload the data to show the new details. To implement this, I quickly made a WCF service method which checks the synchronizer status records to …

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How did I changed ProjectDocs

This is my first post as part of "Experience" series. In these posts I'll discuss on my previous projects about why I worked on it, how I made them, what mistakes I made and my learning while working on them. Hope you will enjoy these boring stuff. "ProjectDocs" is my first application that i worked …

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Windows: “The network folder specified is currently mapped using a different user name and password”

When I try to map a network folder as a network drive in 2008 Server, I was greeted with  following "The network folder specified is currently mapped using a different user name and password" The issue is due to me already opened the network path in windows explorer with a different credentials. Due to this …

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ORACLE: How to escape special characters

We often need to escape special characters while retrieving the rows. To do that there are two ways; Use "SET ESCAPE '{ESC CHAR}' End the select statement with 'ESCAPE '{ESC CHAR}' For example; SELECT SL.SYSTEM_CODE, SL.SYSTEM_DESCRIPTION, SL.SYSTEM_PARTICULARS FROM SYSTEMS_LIBRARY SL WHERE SL.SYSTEM_CODE LIKE 'UOTE\_%' ESCAPE '\' the above statement returns all the systems with system …

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Power Shell: Remote session

This is a very common activity for any system administrator to remotely connect a computer and perform the administrative tasks. PowerShell offers an excellent opportunity to do exactly the same. To remotely connect to any computer use the below command in the PowerShell Here XXXX is the computer name or IP of the remote computer …

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