I have searched and search for a simple solution to my problem but alas, I have had no luck, so I am turning to this forum for assistance. If you are familiar with Google Gadgets and AJAX, then this question is for you. I am trying to create a Google Gadget that allows one to dynamically search our catalog and display the results within that iFrame. I've been able to do this successfully outside of the gadgets ([URL="http://newtitles.library.vanderbilt.edu/webservices/test.html"]http://newtitles.library.vanderbilt.edu/webservices/test.html[/URL]), so I know the premise should work. However, whenever I try it within a Google gadget, I get a malformed URL error, …

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I'm on a Solaris Sun 10 box and I'm trying to install syslog-ng-2.0.9 and I keep getting this error whenever I run ./configure: configure: error: Glib headers inconsistent with current compiler setting. You might be using 32 bit Glib with a 64 bit compiler, check PKG_CONFIG_PATH I just installed Glib-2.18.0 as well as pkg-config-0.20. I'm not sure how to tell what bit program I am using, though, and/or how to change it. I have tried the following per the suggestion from another Unix user: # PKG_CONFIG_PATH=/usr/local/lib/pkgconfig ; export PKG_CONFIG_PATH # ./configure --enable-dynamic-linking And that just generated the same error. I …

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Help - I am fairly new at MS SQL, but understand the concepts and have looked at the code in MS Access many times. But here's my problem: I need to create a complex query across multiple tables within the same database, but I'm just not sure how to do it within MS SQL. I've done it in Access, creating separate queries and then created a query on those queries, but it takes a long time to run (and I don't trust the results from Access). Here's the code that does work, but it specifies criteria that I really want …

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