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Last week I was able to obtain CU9 for SQL Server 2008 SP1. This week, I cannot even make a request for CU10 or CU9. Since Saturday, I have received the following reply whenver I click on a hotfix link: Hotfix Request
The system is currently unavailable. Please try back later, or contact support if you want immediate assistance.http://support.microsoft.com/contactus/?ws=support
If I attempt to contact support in any way, they want to charge me. What is going on?
Does anybody know of a guide or reference for setting up hosting in a multi tenant where authentication happens in claims based mode?
We have a setup where our clients are hosted on a single web application under different site collections. And we use forms authentication where user of a particular site collection gets authentication using the respective database. We now want to use claims
based authentication and out-of-the-box multi-tenancy of SP 2010. We can setup site collections and site groups, but how do we implement claims based authentication in an env like this?
Hello IÃÂ´m using this code to make the collectionPage work with the datalist.
but when I run the application it dissapears with the data.
does anyone know what IÃÂ´m doing wrong?
When I run this statement:
update SecretData set mySecretData= ENCRYPTBYKEY ( key_guid(mySymmetricKey'), convert(char(3), round(999-899*rand(),0)) ) WHERE myID = 1
the value returned in the mySecretData field is always the same. It's like the rand() function is evalued one time and that single result used repeatedly in the query.
1. How can I code this statement to return "random" values to encrypt?
2. I thought the t-sql encryption functions were non-deterministic, so if rand() did return a single value that was repeatedly used, I'd still expect the mySecretData field to contain different values. But it doesn't. I'm puzzled.