Having fun being a father and a web geek.
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Who am Who am I? I am a
geek/programmer/webmaster/manager for the bestest company.
I write applications for Web Services and Windows. I also do on the side
contract programming as my time allows (which is not very much).
|Monday, May 02, 2016|
Perfect night for a track meet
60 degrees no wind. Slightly overcast. Great night.
|Tuesday, April 19, 2016|
Pano of Saylorville
Just a great evening
|Sunday, March 20, 2016|
of course there are a thousand pictures of the Grand Canyon. Probably a thousand that are better than mine. But what the heck. Here is mine.
|Friday, October 30, 2015|
SSRS BI Deployment Error. Works fine in IDE. Error rsProcessingError : There is an error on line ## of custom code: [BC30203] Identifier expected.
Weird error. Error rsProcessingError : There is an error on line ## of custom code: [BC30203] Identifier expected.
The full error is more like the following Error rsProcessingError : There is an error on line 93 of custom code: [BC30203] Identifier expected. Deploy complete -- 1 errors, 0 warnings And this only happens when deploying to the SSRS server. Otherwise inside the IDE the report renders perfectly fine and all is happy with the world. And of course line ## 93 in my case has no meaning at all for me. In fact if I take the code from the Report properties window and copy it into Notepad and go to line 93. Want to guess where I am in the code base? ''' Function should return Right between those two lines where the yellow is highlighted. Yes this makes so much sense. And the error? The error is nowhere near where line 93 is. Fortunately I had only just changed a function to add some parameters. I needed to make some fairly extensive changes to this procedure and I thought for readability I would wrap it into two lines. That works in Visual Studio for VB code. Does it work for the report. Works fine in the IDE. – YAY. So my function instead of running off the box to the right. It shows everything fairly well. Function StageCoachReturn(ByVal strLaunch As String, ByVal dteLaunch As Date, ByVal tripStartDate As Date, ByVal strCurStatus As String, ByVal strStage As String, Guess what doesn’t like this? You guessed it. SSRS server. Its pre-processor is not as forgiving as the IDE and throws the error. I think it is only guessing at the line number. Take out the carriage return in the function call and deployment works just fine. Function StageCoachReturn(ByVal strLaunch As String, ByVal dteLaunch As Date, ByVal prjStartDate As Date, ByVal strCurStatus As String, ByVal strStage As String, ByVal strSNGID As Integer)
|Sunday, September 27, 2015|
Moon rise over Saylorville
This is gorgeous moon rise of the saylorville. Fun to be out fishing with my son. Wonderful, evening
|Wednesday, September 02, 2015|
The rain is over for today
|Sunday, August 23, 2015|
Lawsuits, Opinion Polls and Common Sense oh my!
so on whotv's website today. Headline says. Bedbug problem still exists despite lawsuit. hmmm, I didn't know lawsuits solved problems. So people remember this.
Lawsuits do not solve problems. They only point out where problems might exist. You will notice I said might. I didn't say does exist. Think about that for abit.
Opinion Polls do not mean anything except for in the actual vote. So when people are asked if they believe global warming exists. How they answer has absolutely no impact on whether global warming is happening or not
Asking hollywood for their opinion is actually worse than either of the above.
The truth is out there. But you must search for it. Guess what. CNN, FOX, AP etc… have no idea what the truth is. And they won't have any idea what the truth is when it hits them upside the head. It is like the newspapers 15+ years ago denying that the Internet was NOT going to impact their business. Hmmmmm lots of newspapers are out of business.
IT is like blockbuster ignoring the trend of streaming video. Guess what? Netflix won that one.
This country is in some serious need of some common sense. And some communication. I have a friend that says we really just need to have people with some sense to them being listened too. Guess what. You should probably listen.
PS not sure where I got this cartoon from. If someone knows. I will certainly give credit where it is due.
pictures are here.
Other stuff of interest to people possibly.
Trip to Tahiti.
is nice as well