Can a browser/client have access to download media files and save it to specific location using javascirpt/vbscript or any other way (no manual process it should be done automatically) and after that play those media files !
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I think playing media files using flash players is the best way. You can also try out the recently introduced Silverlight players.
At least there should be a browser plugin involved to play a sound in browser.
I'm needing to convert some old code using document.all to use document.getElementById instead. I've been searching for the better part of an hour for an in-depth comparison of these two -- something more than "document.all is deprecated, don't use it". I need to know if document.all has any behavior that document.getElementById doesn't emulate. Are there any situations where document.all['text'] will not give the same results as document.getElementById('text')? Can anyone link me to a good article/post comparing these two?
CREATE DATABASE [KoorasDatabase] ON
( FILENAME = N’C:\Data\KoorasDatabase_Data.mdf’ ),
( FILENAME = N’C:\Data\KoorasDatabase_Log.ldf’ )
IF EXISTS ( SELECT name
FROM master.sys.databases sd
WHERE name = N’KoorasDatabase’
AND SUSER_SNAME(sd.owner_sid) = SUSER_SNAME() )
EXEC [KoorasDatabase].dbo.sp_changedbowner @loginame=N’sa’,
I would like to use ASP script to connect and open my local MS Access database, I also have the MS Access database at my c:\inetpub\wwwroot\Name_ID.mdb with have only 1 table List with 2 columns: column "Name"(defined as Text) & column "ID" (defined as Number)
I have my web-page ConnectLocalDatabase.asp at my web-site with the following codes:
Dim strQuery, rsRequest, conn
set conn = CreateObject("ADODB.Connection")
conn.open "Provider=MS Remote;" &_
"Remote Server=http://188.8.131.52;" &_
"Remote Provider=Microsoft.Jet.OLEDB.4.0;" &_
"Data Source=c:\inetpub\wwwroot\Name_ID.mdb;"set rsRequest = Server.CreateObject("ADODB.Recordset")
strQuery = "SELECT * From List Where ID = 1"'======================================================================
rsRequest.Open strQuery, conn, adOpenDynamic, adLockOptimistic, CmdText
If Not rsRequest.EOF Then
If I comment-out codes between '=== ... '=== then my web-page show OK2 without any error, but when I remove those comment-out I will have web-page error
- If I connect directly with the same Name_ID.mdb on my web-site, then there is no error (sure I have to modify the "Remote Server=<b>http://184.108.40.206;"
Note1: I even use ODBC Data Source Administrator to register the Name_ID.mdb in c:\inetpub\wwwroot\ as recomended
Note2: I did use www.showmyip.com to have my Internet address of my PC: 220.127.116.11
i m displaying records from one table and while displaying
i m passing the id field of project.asp to scheme.asp
now my problem is that when scheme.asp does not contain the scheme for the
project.asp then it should not show the hyperlink viewscheme on project.asp file.
here is my code.....below
sql="select * from projectdescription where id="& id
sql2="select * from schemedescription where projectid="& obj("id")
if obj2("projectid")=obj("id") then
response.Write("View Project ")
response.Write("View Scheme ")
response.Write("View Team ")
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response.Write("View Project ")