jQuery dialog with tabs font-size fix

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While developing AspNetInfo I ran into a styling problem when using jQuery tabs nested in a dialog.  Notice in the dialog how the tab font-size is slightly larger than the tag font-size in the page.   This is because the dialog and tab widgets are decorated with the jQuery style .ui-widget, which specifies a relative… Read more »

Error moving SQL Server Integration Services (SSIS) package to a 64bit server

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This week one of our database servers was upgraded to a 64bit Windows platform.  Everything seemed fine until I went to execute an SSIS package.   I opened the package with dtexecui.exe and received the following gift after hitting the execute button. The new connection manager could not be created. Additional information: Exception from HRESULT: 0xC0010014… Read more »

JavaScript Variable Pattern

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To help make writing and maintaining JavaScript easier in ASP.NET I have started to use a pattern that isolates the JavaScript variables away from the core script.  By doing this I can avoid a bunch of string concatenation in my server side code and embedded code blocks in my .aspx page when rendering dynamic JavaScript. … Read more »

Calling a button click from JavaScript in ASP.NET

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ASP.NET web forms page have a JavaScript method for handling PostBacks called “__doPostBack”.  This function is used to submit button clicks back to the server. function __doPostBack(eventTarget, eventArgument) { if (!theForm.onsubmit || (theForm.onsubmit() != false)) { theForm.__EVENTTARGET.value = eventTarget; theForm.__EVENTARGUMENT.value = eventArgument; theForm.submit(); } } The cool thing is that you can take advantage of… Read more »

Optional Parameter Techniques in MS SQL Server

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I ran into some nasty SQL today while updating a report at work.  The report accepted several parameters that were optional.  When a parameters value was set to ‘ALL’ then the filter was ignored.   To handle the optional parameters the previous developer had created a set of WHERE statements for each scenario that the parameters… Read more »

Adding Syntax Highlighter to my blog.

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The primary purpose of this blog is to help me catalog stuff that I find useful. I wanted a good way to highlight code snippets as well as make them downloadable when I want to reuse them. Thanks to this great post on hanselman.com I found Syntax Highlighter. Syntax Highlighter will decorate <pre></pre> tags that… Read more »

In the beginning…

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I am preparing to start my next “programming for fun” project which will be a portal for high school athletics departments. It’s a domain I know a bit about since I have already built a one-off portal for Timberline High School called wolvesathletics.com. I built wolvesathletics.com at a time in my career when was poking… Read more »

DotNetNuke 5 and the Map Module Error

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I have been exploring the changes to DotNetNuke 5 and noticed that the Map module does not work in 5.0. When you go to edit the settings the following error occurs. Method not found: ‘Void DotNetNuke.Services.Exceptions.Exceptions.Process ModuleLoadException(System.String, DotNetNuke.Entities.Modules.PortalModuleBase, System.Exception, Boolean)’. I downloaded the Map Module source and found that all that was needed was to… Read more »