This is much more complicated and also requires a lot of code to implement correctly though, so I'm not going to go into detail here.
I currently have a problem attepting to update a record within my database.
If so, check that there are no exceptions thrown elsewhere during the request which might cause the transaction to roll back - leaving the data unchanged. I have stopped the textboxes from using the session data and left them blank and then filled in the textboxes and the database updates correctly.
I have issues where the configuration manager CAS server is showing the clients as "Pending System Restart".
When you look at the client it's referring to, it shows the status as having been sent, and no status of restarting pending is shown in the registry (client was restarted anyway).
A connection pool will allow you to maintain multiple connections to your database so when you need to execute a query you don't have to establish a new connection every time (which is what will cause most of the lag).
Better yet, use an asynchronous task in tandem with the connection pool.
I've have checked the SQL statement that is being processed by displaying it as a label and it looks as so: Sub Page_Load(sender As Object, e As Event Args) username = session.contents.item("User Name") if username = "" then logout Button.
Ole Db Connection(connection String) Dim query String As String = "UPDATE [users] SET [email][email protected], [firstname][email protected], [lastname][email protected], "& _ "[promo][email protected] WHERE ([users].[user_id] = " session.contents.item("ID") ")" Dim db Command As System.
I think that does create a new content type though, since the GUID for it is not the same as the base document set.
I installed vnstat on my Ubuntu 14.04 server to track my internet usage (I have a limited monthly transfer). I've tried uninstalling/reinstalling, but that doesn't work.
Therefore it is just updating the table with the previous data resulting in no change?
So it appears the problem is that it is updating using the original textbox values when the query is run even if I overwrite them?
Connection = db Connection Dim db Param_email As System.