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What is the need of Timestamp Datatype?.
I Know that the timestamp datatype is unique over a database. But I want to know whether the value of timestamp datatype increments whenever a insertion or updation takesplace.
ie if I get the row which has the max(timestamp) then whether i will get the latest record which has been inserted or updated?.
Plz Answer me..Its urgent
how to jquery date convert to Timestamp
How to include the timestamp in the report name while saving it to excel.I have a report and I want to save it in Excel and by default it takes the report name, but I want to include the report execution time along with the report name as it will help me
in my testing. Can any one please help me with this.
Thanks for your help
I'm trying to sign an outbound client request. I'm trying to sign the body, timestamp, and endorsing support tokens. I think I have all the requirements except the Endorsing Support Tokens. Does anyone know how to do this in WSE 3.0, in code?
Here is my SecureMessage function, and below is example output.
I have two WCF services configured as Windows Services for both client and server that perform file transfers for DR replication. I'm using chunked streaming with a wsHttpBinding.
One of the files I am testing with is 58MByte, and after it has been going for 5 miinutes it throws a stale message exception
System.ServiceModel.Security.MessageSecurityException: The security timestamp is stale because its expiration time ('2010-10-07T20:36:25.322Z') is in the past. Current time is '2010-10-07T20:44:34.155Z' and allowed clock skew is '00:05:00'.
The problem is not clock skew because the two servers are within a minute of each other, and the transfer proceeds just fine until it reaches the 5 minute mark. It's comparing the time at the beginning of the transfer to current time. If got
the receiveTimeOut set to 59 minutes.
I've seen posts about creating a custom binding to increase the clockSkew tolerance, but this seems to be more of a timeout issue.
// get the stream from the remote server, copy it to a local file stream.
stream1 = client.Get
Not sure if this is correct forum as it's SQL syntax specific.
Putting in new ERP system which does not hold fical period/year stamps in the transaction records, just the datetime timestamp. There is a GL table which holds the period year and the begin and end dates.
Need to find a code snippet that I could hook into any sql statement so that I could pull the period and year from the GL table.
Not sure how to code in sql if the timestamp of the txn is less than x but greater than y, give me the corresponding gl period and year.
Any pointers/links would be great.
add: this is sql server 2008, if it matters.
I have a web site with a button onclick event and when a user clicks on the button I want that to create a timestamp event in my SQL server. I have the following default.aspx.vb code:
Partial Class _Default
Protected Sub Button1_Click(ByVal sender As Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles Button1.Click
Public Sub InsertRow()
Dim myConnectionString As String = "Initial Catalog=mdr;Data Source=xxxxxx;uid=xxxx;password=xxxxxxx;"
Dim myConnection As New SqlConnection(myConnectionString)
Dim commandText As String = "insert into Exceptions (employeenumber, exceptiondate, starttime, endtime, duration, code, approvedby)" & _
" values (@employeenumber, @exceptiondate, @starttime, @endtime, @duration,@code, @approvedby)"
Using connection As New SqlConnection(myConnectionString)
Dim command As New SqlCommand(commandText, connection)
command.Parameters("@employeenumber").Value = OperatorDropdown.SelectedItem.Text
After downloading the corresponding monthly data for each entry in the table, i should update the Timestamp for that download in the table
How can i achieve this?
Eagerly waiting for your reply
I have a Timestamp column in my Table. I want to read the date time value and display in UI.
In Linq the Timestamp column is represented as System.Data.Linq.Binary.
I dont know how to retirve date time value in "MM-dd-YYYY" format from this Linq.Binary
- Why I am using Timestamp?.
I want to perform some operations based on the last modified date time of the particular row. Since I am using TimeStamp column in my Table as version column, It will contain the last modified date details, So i want to read the date time value from this time stamp column to do some other operations.
I am facing validation issue when client send the request to Server.
Signing without primary signature requires timestamp.
this issue is becuase of missing timestamp.But i am sending the time stamp but after the signature.
But i am sending the timestamp in my Soap request .Please find my soap request
Running SQL Server 2005, I need to add a trigger to a table in Microsoft Dynamics GP to update a modified date. I have zero experience with SQL triggers, but I have installed
SQL Server, written complex queries, stored procedures and converted Access databases to SQL, so I do have a pretty good understanding of SQL. I have searched Google and looked through the MSDN forums and feel like I am all thumbs when I attempt to create
this trigger - meaning I have failed several times and am now seeking assistance.
Basically what I am needing is the following:
> The table is MN010000 (for anyone who is using Great Plains)
> The table fields are: NOTEINDX, DATE1, TIME1, USERID, DEX_ROW_ID, NOTETEXT_I
> The field that will be changing is NOTETEXT_I
> Upon changing, the DATE1 and TIME1 values need to update to CURRENT_TIMESTAMP
* Additionally the USERID should update to the user modifying the note, but that is not a concern at this time
In my mind I am making it much harder than it is and it is fr
I am using SQLCMD to execute a script and then output the results to a csv file. Is it possible to name the output file with a timestamp each interval that it is executed (such as every 30 minutes that the command is executed to timestamp like "output 10/25/10 830.csv"?
Thank you in advance,
I have a deadline that is about to whoosh by having underestimated how tricky this would turn out to be.
Basically, a secure (SSL) based transport, with signing to protect against tampering as well as replay.
Seemed like a good choice at first as it has WS-Security built in.After setting up a
behavior that defines client and server certs setting binding/
Unfortunately wsHttpBinding creates a signature from too many elements in the message (Body, Action, RelatesTo, Timestamp).
There is no apparent way of controlling what gets selected as an element of the signature.
For example: as the ws-Security headers (Timestamp, etc.) are not part of the proxy Request message class definition, and are added/injected somewhere down the line, and are no