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Nov
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comment Securing a hosting with SSL
Thanks :) bad news, but very helpful.
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Aug
16
comment SQL Server - Date style from MM/dd/yyyy to dd/MM/yyyy
Sadly, this application is using direct INSERT statements - so it DOES use '12/24/2011'... The answer was to use the language for each user (where one was the web app using it)
Aug
16
comment SQL Server - Date style from MM/dd/yyyy to dd/MM/yyyy
Perfect!! fixed the issue! MANY MANY Thanks :)
Aug
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accepted SQL Server - Date style from MM/dd/yyyy to dd/MM/yyyy
Aug
16
comment SQL Server - Date style from MM/dd/yyyy to dd/MM/yyyy
But there is the "culture" of the DB which effects the DATE format. The code has already been written and assumes it's 'dd/MM/YYYY' - I can't control that. Now I just need to make sure the DB will use the same format
Aug
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comment SQL Server - Date style from MM/dd/yyyy to dd/MM/yyyy
Thanks, but it won't give the function to alter the global date format - only for a session
Aug
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asked SQL Server - Date style from MM/dd/yyyy to dd/MM/yyyy
Jun
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accepted Using several SSL certificates on same IP with IIS 7
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asked Using several SSL certificates on same IP with IIS 7
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accepted Securing access to a website on IIS
Jan
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comment Securing access to a website on IIS
Thanks :) really helpfull.
Jan
25
comment Securing access to a website on IIS
And I should let permissions on the website folder for that user, right?
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asked Securing access to a website on IIS
Jan
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comment What's the best server infrastructure for real-time games?
I agree - we are planning on geographical load balancing as well, where as a player in Germany will get the closest local load balancer to him, which in turn will return the IP of a server from it's server cluster. The question is - is the design right and scalable?