Archive for December, 2006
It’s finally been revealed. The title to one of the most highly anticipated books has been set. News from across the pond is that J.K. Rowling has released the title to the seventh and final Harry Potter book. “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows” So there we have it… the rumors can be fueled with […]
Go to the following directory on the machine hosting IIS. Navigate to the following directory. C:\WINDOWS\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v2.0.50727 (or other .NET folder) Execute the following command: aspnet_regiis -i Now your .NET applications should execute through IIS, provided you have IIS configured correctly.
To all of my readers, I want to wish you each a Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays! May you have safe travels and good tidings.
Today, I faced a seemingly simple task in QuickTest Pro. I have been toying with creating my own XMLDom object in VBScript to generate custom data report of my test results. After creating the proof of concept I needed, I started implementing my code into my existing script. My script is broken into 5 actions, […]
I have been meaning to sit down for the past day or so to give my thoughts on the three new Burger King developed XBOX games. Then I stumbled upon the Wired article that pretty much sums up all of my thoughts. So, instead of echoing their opinions, I figured I’d just throw them a […]
Ninjas — God love ’em, they are locked in an eternal battle against the formidable Pirates. Tired of being outdone by the ubiquitous Talk Like A Pirate Day (Sept 19th — Talk Like A Pirate.com), the Ninja Council gathered to spawn the mystical Day of the Ninja. Yes, December 5th is the annual day when […]
I just read this article regarding US corporations having to now record and archive every IM and email generated by their employees for potential use during discovery periods of litigation. Maybe I misinterpreted what I read. From the article: U.S. companies will need to keep track of all the e-mails, instant messages and other electronic […]