when I start sqlcmd I get a blank window. Then 10 seconds later, there is a brief display of text and the window shutsdown. I get this result whether I runas administrator or not.
How can I successfully start SQLCMD ?
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I have a sharepoint designer workflow associated with a document lib. The workflow is triggered when a new item is created or modified. The workflow will update attributes of the item.
The problem comes that for small files, the workflow works. For bigger file (even 0.5 mb), either the workflow failed to update the item or the file was saved as 0 byte.
I have SSRS 2008 64-bit for MS CRM 4. Recenlty I am facing very strange problem. If I delete ReportServer Database and then I try to access
http://servername/reportserver, I get 'Cannot open database "ReportServer" requested by the login. The login failed. Login failed for user 'NT AUTHORITY\NETWORK SERVICE'. Which is obvious but if I recreate
the ReportServer Database using Reporting Services Configuration Manager then instantly SQLDumper starts and URL do not show anything in browser except keep waiting. The Following Things in Dumps- (filename is SQLDmpr....log):
rpcserver!DefaultDomain!1394!09/23/2010-08:57:38:: i INFO: RPC Server started.
servicecontroller!DefaultDomain!1394!09/23/2010-08:57:38:: i INFO: RPC Server started. Endpoint name ='ReportingServices$MSRS10.MSSQLSERVER'
appdomainmanager!WindowsService_0!1394!09/23/2010-08:57:38:: i INFO: Appdomain:2 WindowsService_0 initialized.
library!WindowsService_0!120c!09/23/2010-08:57:38:: e ERROR: Throwing Microsoft.ReportingServices.Diagnostics.Utilities.InternalCatalogException: An internal error occurred on the report server. See the error log for more details., Interval in DBPolling is
too large and will make polling verification logic fail.;
Could you anybody help me, How to replace the remaining String after the Comma Starts Using SQL Query. Below is the data
"MediaRights, MediaRightsLink, MediaRightsCompanies, MediaRightsTypes"
I have read the various issues which crash ie7 crashes with sharepoint. However, in this case, ie only crashes when the user tries to close the browser window. CPU usage then goes sometimes to 100%. The only way to use the machine is to kill the iexeplorer.exe
Has anybody come across this or has a solution.
I attempt to create a new WPF project but the design window never populates and appears to hang.ÃÂ CPU usage for devenv.exe starts looping around 50% usage.ÃÂ I can close the project with no problems.ÃÂ I disconnect the USB VGA adapter and the WPF project will load and save with no issues.ÃÂ Re-connect the adapter and problem returns withÃÂ any new orÃÂ current project that was just working.ÃÂ I've had this same problem on a different modelÃÂ laptop, Dell 630ÃÂ I believe, as well with a physically different adapter but same model.I've been experiencing this problem for about a year and have since gone to a different laptop and new adapter drivers and the issue persists after a fresh install of the O/S,ÃÂ VS2008ÃÂ with SP1.ÃÂ Any recommendations besides not using the adapter, it's pretty integral to other job duties that I have to perform and the issue precludes me from being able to develop in the WPF environment.CurrentlyÃÂ using a laptop DELL Latitude E6400ÃÂ 4 Gig memory with 2 external monitors in which one connects toÃÂ the VGA port and the other connects to a USB VGA adapter (Tritton SEE2 UV100) and have installed their latest drivers.O/S :ÃÂ Windows Vista Enterprise SP2 (32-bit)ÃÂ Visual Studio 2008 SP1ÃÂ Microsoft Visual Studio 2008Version 9.0.30729.1 SPMicrosoft .NET FrameworkVersion 3.5 SP1Installed Edition: Standard<