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I am looking for something similiar to dedicated hosting. I plan on my database and web server being shared, but i need an application to run as an import every 10 min and haven't found on hosting providers that will offer this without an expensive dedicated hosting plan. Also to add this is a .net application, so I need a windows server. Anyone have any recommendations? Thanks in advance Keith

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Is it possible to have a dynamic operator? I know I could parse it out and find the symbol just wondered if it was possible. [code] string aString = "5"; int a = 5; int b = 6; string op = "<"; //want to do something like dynamically without checking the value of op if( a op b) //want to use the same thing like this Int32.TryParse(aString, out a); Operator.TryParse(op, out ); [/code] just need to create my own class to do this? or is there somthing i am forgetting appreciate your help

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Has anyone noticed sometimes you'll receive an email after someone has posted to a subscribed thread right away, while other times it may take a few hours to receive the email?

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i am working on a home project for basically multiple members to share payments, or for one member to pay and the other members pay them back the concept is sort of like if you have a roommate and you pay all the bills, then he would pay half and i need to keep track of which bills that the roommates have paid i am leaving a lot of the non critical pieces out for clarity please advise on my schema bills BILL_ID AMOUNT PAID PAID_BY_MEMBER_ID billmembers BILL_MEMBER_ID BILL_ID MEMBER_ID billpaymentrequired BILL_PAYMENT_REQUIRED_ID BILL_ID MEMBER_ID CREATE_DATE REQUIRED_AMOUNT billpaymentsmade BILL_PAYMENT_MADE_ID BILL_PAYMENT_REQUIRED_ID PAYMENT_AMOUNT …

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I am determining what method to call by using the runtime class. My problem is whenever I pass in a null object, obviously it will throw a null reference exception. How are you able to determine at runtime the class of a null object. Although its null i need to do further processing, and woud rather not pass in type as a parameter to the method. Here's an example [code] public void test(){ Long nullLong = null; addParameter(nullLong); } public void addParameter(Object value) { String parameterType = value.getClass().getName(); //do some stuff here with parameterType } [/code]

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Does anyone have any experience using Instant Virtual Office. [url]http://ivoapp.com[/url] I have an application that reads from HKCU, which runs fine on w2k, w2k3, and w2k8 servers, but it fails to read the HKCU when running on the IVO server. I haven't been able to find any development document for this server infrastructure and wondered if anyone here has some experience dealing with it? Thanks

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