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  1. Starting PowerPoint 2003 - have to wait for VS 2008 to configure itself

    Hi all,

    I have the Visual Studio 2008 and its Service Pack 2 installed, and now whenever I try to open PowerPoint 2003, I have to sit through about 5 minutes of "Visual Studio 2008 ENU is...
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    This sort of functionality is usually provided by...

    This sort of functionality is usually provided by Javascript communicating with PHP in the background.
  3. Thread: login in php

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    This is basically the kind of projects that is...

    This is basically the kind of projects that is good for beginners to try. Either you try it yourself or learn PHP or...

    http://www.tutorialized.com/tutorials/PHP/User-Authentication/1

    or you...
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    If you really have a need for such security, it...

    If you really have a need for such security, it is better to get go VPN. Usually over secure network, there is already encryption at the lower network layers.
  5. You can also try PHPMyAdmin which has an export...

    You can also try PHPMyAdmin which has an export function to .csv
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    Which is why sometimes applications adds an...

    Which is why sometimes applications adds an additional fix prefix to a password to make it harder to break, but the world you add that prefix is not easy either. Choosing a wrong one or a simple one...
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    Thanks, I didn't know about that.

    Thanks, I didn't know about that.
  8. $selected_files = array ("file1", "file2"); ...

    $selected_files = array ("file1", "file2");


    foreach($selected_files as $data_file)
    {
    $content = get_file($data_file);
    $archive=fopen($data_file,'r+');
    flock($archive,2);
    ...
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    There something new to me - the absolute URI....

    There something new to me - the absolute URI. What are the security risks inherent when using relative URI in header direct?
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    Resolved Try using mysql_fetch_assoc so that you don't...

    Try using mysql_fetch_assoc so that you don't need the extra step of imploding by commas....

    Actually, when you do a fetch, they are already in an array form. There is no need for the additional...
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    I think you should just change it to be using...

    I think you should just change it to be using $_POST and $_GET. Extracting the variables out from the array may cause name conflicts and scope problem. Without the error (or does it just stop...
  12. I hope this article on mod rewrite without...

    I hope this article on mod rewrite without .htaccess will help. Try googling "mod rewrite without htaccess" and you may turn up something.

    Good luck!

    Edit: Here's another one.
  13. There are two ways to remove the need to create...

    There are two ways to remove the need to create the htm

    The first way is to basically instead of having a file, simply store a query string, maybe like this...
  14. By default, PHP is rather lenient. If it comes...

    By default, PHP is rather lenient. If it comes across a variable not declared before and is being used, it will create it on the spot. To catch those errors, put this at the start of any PHP script
    ...
  15. if (isset($_POST['id'] && $_POST['id'] === null)...

    if (isset($_POST['id'] && $_POST['id'] === null)


    For cases when id is not set (hey, that may happen...what if the user types in the URL directly?)

    Anothing to try may be



    $_POST['id'] =...
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    The example is too little to explain why, but I...

    The example is too little to explain why, but I will try.

    First, the array is encapsulated within the class. You can create multiple copies of the class without having the need to duplicate the...
  17. Ah no... IP addresses have nothing to do with...

    Ah no...

    IP addresses have nothing to do with phone lines and are solely abstract. They exist in 4 classes, with each classes having different number of potential addresses. The 4 classes are...
  18. there is also the is_number() if you wish to...

    there is also the is_number() if you wish to check whether it is NULL or what, but === is the way to go.

    Re: empty() -- maybe it only works on variables and not expression?
  19. For me, it is to prevent session hacking - that...

    For me, it is to prevent session hacking - that the user somehow changes the user-id in the session, so to do automatic re-authentication in the background now and then.

    IMHO, a better solution is...
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    Then it is a JavaScript/HTML error... When it...

    Then it is a JavaScript/HTML error...

    When it comes to debugging, one thing to bear in mind - don't blame the platform, look at your own code. Don't blame FireFox, look at your code...

    If I...
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    If you wish to set up an intranet, it is better...

    If you wish to set up an intranet, it is better to enforce this behaviour on the network level, no on the application level. By default, a proper set-up intranet would only allow requests to come...
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    Resolved session_id() will return the id that PHP is...

    session_id() will return the id that PHP is currently using to keep track of its session.
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    Resolved Did the Java code writes to the PHP session? If I...

    Did the Java code writes to the PHP session? If I am not wrong, PHP sessions data are stored in a separate location.
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    Resolved Is it possible to let me look at the script that...

    Is it possible to let me look at the script that uploads the files? There don't seem to be a problem with the one you have provided.

    Just curious - you say the page with static form set the...
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    Yes. I think so. Originally, your filepath is not...

    Yes. I think so. Originally, your filepath is not valid. A directory should always end with a / so the original /home/user/test2/application../data...." didn't work because the application part must...
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