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Topic by janicemurby in Web Development
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Hi Janice,

the error is given by this `$_SESSION['last_id']`, because is not set. Before running the query you can make sure the index is set by running:

if(TRUE === array_key_exists('last_id', $_SESSION))
{
# execute query
} Reply by cereal
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Topic by Reverend Jim in Hardware and Software
> I much prefer being in a situation where I can just send it back to the vendor when anything doesn't work.

Hear, hear. Whenever I tell someone I don't want to build my own, they always reply: "but it's not hard to do".

Depending on the type of games, … Reply by Traevel
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Thanks for your thoughts on this and I marked you up a point. I just wonder how large companies are doing this but haven't found anything on the web. I shall keep thinking about it.
Thanks again Reply by Minimalist
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Topic by tin1296 in Software Development
Via using the select query from above (shown below), how would you write an update database command in this format?

rsSearch.Open "SELECT * FROM MyTableName WHERE MyField LIKE " & "'" & Text1.Text & "'", con, adOpenStatic, adLockOptimistic

I've been using rsSearch.Open "UPDATE [TableName] SET [Field2] = " & "'" … Reply by Jonathan_18
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Topic by tin1296 in Software Development
Via using the select query from above (shown below), how would you write an update database command in this format?

rsSearch.Open "SELECT * FROM MyTableName WHERE MyField LIKE " & "'" & Text1.Text & "'", con, adOpenStatic, adLockOptimistic Reply by Jonathan_18
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Topic by Reverend Jim in Hardware and Software
I have an MSI gaming laptop and I'm very happy with it. I'm not a gamer, but I needed a laptop I could use as a desktop replacement with a good video card and large monitor, and that criteria limited me to gaming laptops.

For desktops, I've always gone Dell, … Reply by Dani
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I should have added the other thing - while I am capable of swapping a card or a drive, building and configuring a system from scratch is completely beyond my capabilities. There would be too many gotchas "you can't run video card xxx with bus controller yyy, etc).

Buying components … Reply by Reverend Jim
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Don't frag me here but I think we would overpay for prebuilt gamer PCs. I'll give a nod to https://www.amazon.com/Performance-Desktop-G11CD-DB73-GeForce-processor/dp/B01LZS67LQ/ since it has bleeding edge CPU, DDR4, SSD and the 1080 GPU.

If I was going with a gaming desktop, I build but I did run repair shops for years … Reply by rproffitt
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My son is looking to buy a new gaming system. For reasons I have detailed elsewhere on Daniweb, there is no way in hell we will consider a Dell system. They were great once. They aren't anymore. And their service sucks big time. We would prefer a prebuilt system because … Topic by Reverend Jim in Hardware and Software
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I recently bought a new Dell XPS 8900 with a 1TB drive and only 8GB of RAM. It was loaded with Windows 7 but came witha Windows 10 disk and license. My intention was to put in an SSD to install Windows 7 then upgrade the original HDD to Windows … Topic by tarael1 in Hardware and Software
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> If we had a directly elected second chamber,

It doesn't matter if the Lords is elected or not it is the power of the tabloids that is the problem. The Commons is elected and is ~2/3 pro-Remain but voted through Article 50 with relatively little faff after the tabloids … Reply by Agilemind
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Of course if you consider so, after the application is installed on the client -common to all schools-, the application could connect again to internet, ask then for user and password, download the configuration file of that user and, finally, activate the application. Reply by Xavier_5
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You're welcome, but you may think it this way: if the school (the customer) downloads a file with all the passwords it'll be possible to crack down. You can't (as far as I know) change a build -signed or not- to add, change or remove a file from it, unless … Reply by Xavier_5
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Topic by janicemurby in Web Development
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Using my magical powers I've tried to telepathically deduce the error message you forgot to post and I think if you remove the `'` around `'".$_SESSION['last_id']."'` it might solve your issue. Since your `user_id` column is defined as integer and those single quotes make it a string.

Also, although I … Reply by Traevel
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Using my magical powers I've tried to telepathically deduce the error message you forgot to post and I think if you remove the `'` around `'".$_SESSION['last_id']."'` it might solve your issue. Since your `user_id` column is defined as integer and those single quotes make it a string.

Also, although I … Reply by Traevel
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Topic by janicemurby in Web Development
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Hi Janice,

the error is given by this `$_SESSION['last_id']`, because is not set. Before running the query you can make sure the index is set by running:

if(TRUE === array_key_exists('last_id', $_SESSION))
{
# execute query
} Reply by cereal
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Thank you both for your input. It sounds like my fascination with a dual boot system is something to let go of. I can do that. After I upgrade my RAM to a bit more perhaps I'll try the virtual option. I will definitly try the Macrium Reflect. It sounds … Reply by tarael1
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The first thing the GOP tried to do was gut the ethics committee. Now Trump/Bannon have banned CNN, New York Times, Politico, etc. from the press room. It seems they don't want anyone looking over their shoulders.

But there's nothing going on (Monty Python reference). Reply by Reverend Jim
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You can send multiple objects separately as separate variables or as an array or possibly as an object of objects. As primarily a php programmer I consider js objects in this context to be more like associated arrays than traditional objects with properties and methods. Reply by diafol
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Well, honestly this escapes a bit my usual work and what you're telling seems the first approach, which is possible but requires encrypting the passwords, for example. If you really want to secure the passwords the only way I see is a macro (or similar to automatize the build) to … Reply by Xavier_5
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Topic by Radrigo in Search Engine Strategies
I'd start by correcting the 8 errors https://validator.w3.org/nu/?doc=https%3A%2F%2Fbegold.eu%2F found.

As to SEO, that area is something well done. But make your site code perfect would be my first step. Reply by rproffitt