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# Posted on: 24-Sep-2004 22:20:43   

Hey! Look who's back! Where have you been? wink

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# Posted on: 24-Sep-2004 22:21:34   

wayne wrote:

(I'm not even awake at 8am during workweeks)

We've noticed wink

heh smile

I wakeup at 07:50 and only get out of bed at 08:10. At 08:25 I jump in my car and race through the 35km traffic to be at work at 09:00 - But i only officially wakeup at 09:30 after having my 2nd cup of coffee smile .

Fortunately I only have to walk down a flight of stairs simple_smile

No Coffee.. No Workee. stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye

You got that right. simple_smile

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# Posted on: 25-Sep-2004 00:18:16   

Otis wrote:

Hey! Look who's back! Where have you been? wink

Ack! Major release mode. Things are starting to settle down again, thankfully. simple_smile

Jeff...

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# Posted on: 25-Sep-2004 11:44:08   

jeffreygg wrote:

Otis wrote:

Hey! Look who's back! Where have you been? wink

Ack! Major release mode. Things are starting to settle down again, thankfully. simple_smile

Jeff...

I know how you feel simple_smile

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# Posted on: 27-Sep-2004 14:19:53   

203 + posts Heeee jaaah!! stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye

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# Posted on: 01-Oct-2004 14:50:51   

Today is Friday!!!! End of the week, yes smile

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# Posted on: 01-Oct-2004 15:16:09   

Anyone got any more end-of-week websites wink

One of my all-time favourites, and highly recommended....

http://www.weebls-stuff.com/toons/

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# Posted on: 01-Oct-2004 15:52:18   

This is quite a entertaining website. - http://www.collusion.org/Response.cfm?ID=324

If you are into M$ vs Linux and alot of swearing...

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# Posted on: 01-Oct-2004 15:53:17   

The site I always read at lunch: http://www.cagle.com/simple_smile

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# Posted on: 01-Oct-2004 16:15:57   

Good to see some well thought out and clearly presented arguments for Linux Vs Windows.... stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye

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# Posted on: 01-Oct-2004 19:17:42   

MattWoberts wrote:

Anyone got any more end-of-week websites wink

One of my all-time favourites, and highly recommended....

http://www.weebls-stuff.com/toons/

The everyday happenings of Weebl and sometimes Weebl's friend Bob

http://www.weebl.jolt.co.uk/

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# Posted on: 02-Oct-2004 05:06:48   

Otis wrote:

hehe cool! simple_smile Enjoy the fun and sun! simple_smile (btw, 7:30 am, and you are awake on a vacation? wink Or are you a morning-person? (I'm not even awake at 8am during workweeks sunglasses )

nope not a morning person at all...but 7:30 Hawaii time is 1:30PM East Coast time... I never got adjusted over here.

...so for me know it is 5pm on Friday ...gogin out for my last night in Hawaii cry cry bujt I guess its time to get back to work

bert

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# Posted on: 02-Oct-2004 11:17:09   

bertcord wrote:

Otis wrote:

hehe cool! simple_smile Enjoy the fun and sun! simple_smile (btw, 7:30 am, and you are awake on a vacation? wink Or are you a morning-person? (I'm not even awake at 8am during workweeks sunglasses )

nope not a morning person at all...but 7:30 Hawaii time is 1:30PM East Coast time... I never got adjusted over here.

...so for me know it is 5pm on Friday ...gogin out for my last night in Hawaii cry cry bujt I guess its time to get back to work bert

Jetlags can be killing indeed...

I assume the shock will be huge when you get back from paradise in the sun back to the desktop at work... Well, at least I think I have a little present for you next week: a C# template engine task performer simple_smile

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# Posted on: 03-Oct-2004 17:16:42   

See for an example about how great the C# template engine will become here: (sorry, I'm just happy the thing works simple_smile )

http://www.llblgen.com/tinyforum/Messages.aspx?ThreadID=1446#8347

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# Posted on: 16-Oct-2004 03:48:48   

Ok, it's now Saturday in most time zones, but I'm glad this week is over.

I'm working with a customer whose database is stripped naked. No PKs, no FKs, and no plans to implement them. "Too slow! Too big! Too much bad data already to fix it!" Right. Everything is indexed, but nothing is related. Trying to change minds here is like pushing a string.

What a week, trying to produce valid information from this mush. What's surprising is that it's a big customer, well known (I won't say who), with a live internet-based exposure. Go figure.

Ah, Saturday. Sleeping late, fingers off the keyboard, watching the Yankees win the Penant.

See you guys Monday.

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# Posted on: 16-Oct-2004 10:49:24   

swallace wrote:

Ok, it's now Saturday in most time zones, but I'm glad this week is over.

I'm working with a customer whose database is stripped naked. No PKs, no FKs, and no plans to implement them. "Too slow! Too big! Too much bad data already to fix it!" Right. Everything is indexed, but nothing is related. Trying to change minds here is like pushing a string.

frowning

Some people should just be ordered to step away from keyboards, and be delegated to supervise the printer's paperbin.

What a week, trying to produce valid information from this mush. What's surprising is that it's a big customer, well known (I won't say who), with a live internet-based exposure. Go figure.

Bigger doesn't have to mean better simple_smile At Cap Gemini (europe's largest IT consultancy firm) they have a saying: "Right below the lighthouse, it's always dark", which means something like "it's a beacon for the world but not for itself". They use it for commenting on their own IT infrastructure wink

Ah, Saturday. Sleeping late, fingers off the keyboard, watching the Yankees win the Penant. See you guys Monday.

Yankees, that's baseball, right? simple_smile

Have a good weekend, Scott simple_smile

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# Posted on: 29-Oct-2004 15:20:45   

I havn't done this for a while....JEFF, IT'S FRIDAY!!!!stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye

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# Posted on: 29-Oct-2004 16:27:53   

Ok, was anyone else (on this continent) spooked by the idea that Boston Red Sox won the World Series on the same night of a lunar eclipse?

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# Posted on: 29-Oct-2004 17:09:21   

There was a lunar eclipse? Hmmm.

I just got an exception at line 666, dunno if it has anything to do with halloween but it was kinda spooky (ok, oracle code, nothing new of course wink )

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# Posted on: 29-Oct-2004 17:52:42   

Otis wrote:

I just got an exception at line 666, dunno if it has anything to do with halloween but it was kinda spooky

Speaking of spooky, I have a scary meeting coming up in an hour and I swear yesterday's Dilbert strip sums up at least half of it: http://www.unitedmedia.com/comics/dilbert/archive/dilbert-20041028.html

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# Posted on: 29-Oct-2004 17:54:07   

whoa... I didn't know we could post anonymously, I assumed I was logged in when I posted that. When did that happen?

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# Posted on: 29-Oct-2004 18:14:30   

sirshannon wrote:

whoa... I didn't know we could post anonymously, I assumed I was logged in when I posted that. When did that happen?

Hmmm. The Anonymous Coward is an existing user, I'll try to reproduce what you experienced. just a sec.

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# Posted on: 29-Oct-2004 18:15:03   

Otis wrote:

sirshannon wrote:

whoa... I didn't know we could post anonymously, I assumed I was logged in when I posted that. When did that happen?

Hmmm. The Anonymous Coward is an existing user, I'll try to reproduce what you experienced. just a sec.

Test Hmm. Some crappy code from my part! Will fix this hole immediately.

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# Posted on: 29-Oct-2004 18:42:02   

Ok it seems to work again, the messages are set back to the users they posted them (thankfully IPs are tracked stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye ).

I'll now check where the bug is located.

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# Posted on: 01-Nov-2004 10:02:47   

Hi FB

I know you are always so busy and we always keep asking for new features - but i was wondering if you had any plan to develop visual Library that wrapps the underlying generated DL classes?

Now the question is why and where would i use this? I am thinking in areas where i use visual control - grids and reporting. I always had this feeling that a visual LLBLGen control would be nice - so you could configure it at design time and connect it to grid.- but you don't want one for every DAL Object!!

This is for self serv of course. simple_smile What i am talking about is Componenent that uses the Adapter Pattern to wrap a selected DAL Collection. - But how would you know which class to wrap?

I thought about it and came up with the following - You will drop this component on Design area - have a property in the inspector where you select an enum matching the name of the collection \ TypedList object in the DL - there after the visual component will use a simple factory to create an instance of the object being represented by the enum.

It is only an idea...what do you think? Will such a thing be usefull?

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