Does anyone have instructions for applying a cumulative update? Does SQL have to be online or offline? If online, does it need to be online on the active node (if you are installing the update on the passive node)?
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@@version gives me the details on the version of sql server i am on. Microsoft SQL Server 2008 (SP1) - 10.0.2531.0 (X64) Standard Edition (64-bit) on Windows NT 6.1
1.How can i check if a certain patch has been applied and
2.how do i apply it.
3. If we need to rollback to a point in time earlier to applying the hot fix, how is this done?
4. I need to apply the following
The hotfix (http://support.microsoft.com/kb/969531)
is a cumulative update for SQL Server 2008 RTM, and is included in SQL Server 2008 SP1. So the above cumulative update #5 should be for SQL Server 2008 SP1.
As far as I can tell, all SharePoint 2007 and 2010 Cumulative Updates are unavailable -- trying to download any of them goes to a page saying that the hotfix download page is unavailable.
Anyone know if they are working on this problem, or any idea when the site will be working again?
Do they have any ftp site they can fall back on, when their web service platform fails like this?
I am trying to download the cumulative update package for MOSS for either december 2008 or Febuary 2009, I can find the WSS package not problem, but the MOSS package is not found.
I get this -
I have looked and looked, but found no where to download these updates. And I do NOT want to have to call MS just to pay $600 for MS to send them to me...
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?
On a 2 Node SQL Cluster, I run the SQL installation on the Primary Node. I then run SQL setup on the secondary node using the 'add node to failover cluster' option within Setup. I then run SP1 on the Primary Node then run the Cumulative Update (not
tested SP2 yet with our apps).
My question is - do I need to run the Cumulative Update on both nodes or will running it on the Primary Node replicate over?
I am running SQL 2005 32-bit on Windows Server 2008 64-bit. Do I require the X64 or the I386 cumulative updates? I'm not sure if the X64/I386 designation on the updates applies to the OS or the Application. I expect it will probably tell me
if I try to install the wrong one but I thought I would ask first.
Does anyone have any idea when the October 2010 cuulative updates for Moss & WSS will be released?
I'm hoping it will include the fix for the MS10-072 vulnerability.
When I go to the KB article 2345451 and click the link "View and request hotfix downloads" I just get the error:
"The system is currently unavailable. Please try back later, or contact support if you want immediate assistance."
It has been this way for several days now. When will this be fixed so that I can download Cumulative Update package 4 for SQL Server 2008 R2?
I'm trying to download the following hotfix for SQL Server 2008:
We have not applied the June our August skip cumulative updates.
Can we go directly to the October cumulative updates?
OK, I'm confused. I've set up a formview with a Linqdata source to allow users to edit records. When I run it, edit data and submit, it blows up and tells me "Linq datasource6 does not support the Select property when the Delete, Insert or Update operations are enabled." I googled that warning and saw a couple of posts on this forum saying the problem is the slect statement has to be removed from the Linq data source for it to allow updates.
But if I remove the select statement then how do I show the user specific info on pageload? plus I thought the two way databind was an advantge of the datasource control.
Cryptography Next Generation (CNG) is meant to be a long-term replacement for the CryptoAPI, providing replacements for all of the cryptographic primitives it offered.
MSDN Magazine July 2007
Using Microsoft technologies, you can insert, edit, query, and delete database entries using any e-mail client such as Hotmail, Outlook, Yahoo, or even WAP phone. While e-mail is certainly a powerful and widely used tool, it is usually not integrated with an application for performing any tasks other than sending reminders. The application scenario described here, an e-mail-based SQL update program, uses a simple data model; however, this solution will apply to any data model that you are working with. It will also eliminate the need for complex n-tier Internet applications and serves as a low maintenance solution for providing data access.
Alok Mehta and Daniel Williams
MSDN Magazine January 2002
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1) I have a ORDER form which is a usercontrol(webpart in sharepoint)
the first field is a autogenerated column given as ORD01,ORD02,ORD03...
for this i have a column in the list which stores these values into list after user submits data.
Now i want to show last inserted ORDER + 1 in the first field .
i.e., when user opens this ORDER page it should show the value.
2) the second case would when user submits data simultanoeusly.
Can anyone suggest a solution for this