I have to create such application like:
-> When the user checkIn first time in a day, I have to take the date in date field and time in time field.
-> When he checkOut then I have to take the time and calculate working hours.
-> The same user can not do checkIn more then once in a single day.
Hope you got the clear idea of this small application.
Get a yellow sticky pad, draw a stick man in one corner. On each sheet below gradually change his position so he's doing something (like running). Now flick the pad through the pages and it will look like he's really running!
But is there a way that an html based email (with images and stuff) can be displayed correctly on the text based mail? Is there special technique that I should to so that the mail will be compliant on web based and text based.
Hi, I'm working on a big project for the agency I work for, and I'm faced with a paradigm decision.
Basically, the app is going to take uploads from trusted sources in the form of csv files and verify them against a database. Then it acts upon the verified entries and returns the invalid entries in another database to the user so that they can examine and correct them. The front end to this app is definitely web-based, but I'm trying to think about the best way to process the files in the backend.
Would it be best to make, say, a .NET console app that's run by an AT job at regular intervals and processes the files, or would it be best to fork a process off of the main web app itself? I was thinking about using the console app because it's on a single server, and we're going to be handling some pretty large csvs in each batch (sometimes 30,000 entries), and wanted to make sure I didn't overload the server.
Has anyone tackled a similar task before? How did you do it? Does anyone have any ideas on some of the ways I might do this and the advantages and disadvantages of each approach?
So, does anyone else have any other ideas other than to use PHP? Has anyone done something similar before? Would it be best to use a scheduled parser, or would it be best to somehow fork a process off of the running web-app?
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