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im starting out in that diitecron, but i'll make sure to put paper ones on for when people watch him during group haha! i may crash and burn with this one but the technology is so better and the company i'm using picks them up every week and washes them for you. i dont think i'd be up for washing them! by Janice posted on Friday, March 14, 2014
Thank you for cont
Thank you for contacting me. I haven't been able to relpacite this issue. Just to make sure, do you have v1.8? If so, can you delete all the vehicles you have in your garage and re-add them? It should not do what you are saying it does. Also what phone are you using? I have the Samsung Focus. Is your network AT T or T-Mobile? Read my updated post to see if I cleared up any questions you have about the application. by Adelia posted on Sunday, November 29, 2015
I have three cars st
I have three cars stored in the ggraae portion of your app, but when I exit and come back in the app duplicates one of the cars and overwrites the data of one of the other two remaining cars. Its quite frustrating as it has dine it several times, with each time requiring me to delete and re-enter the car that was overwritten. Please fix. by Driss posted on Sunday, November 29, 2015
Love your travertine
Love your travertine and the prettan it is layed in. I have travertine also, and I just love it. So pretty and so easy to takes care of. I just wish I had more. Your home is stunning. Hugs, Marty by Froschi posted on Sunday, November 29, 2015
I was fortunate to h
I was fortunate to have adetnted 2 of your sessions. THANKS.I was unable to replicate one of the examples you listed in your PLSQL session related to "implicit cursors are evil", until I upped the for i .. in 10 up several notches. My cpu work was showing 0 for both cases until I raised the value, then was able to observe the differences between the implicit conversion vs the non-conversion.Also, I recompiled several procedures which are scheduled to go to production next Friday, using the PLSQL_Warnings to enable:all, and observed the PLW-07202 error all over the place. That is going to become a standard requirement, for sure.You should write books. by Gisella posted on Monday, December 07, 2015