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  1. In Topic: How to access field in another table within stored procedure

    Posted 30 May 2015

    You are not even including any column from the tables you are reading in your select statement. What's the point of all these querying?

    Then you are getting a column from a table that is not part of the tables you are querying on.

    You should rethink your objectives. What is your desired output? What are the tables concerned? What are the conditions that need to be considered? How can the desired output be achieved?

    Can't you just query directly to tblActivityCounts? Or, maybe, if possible, tblActivityCounts should be part of the tables being joined.
  2. In Topic: index was outside the bounds of the array

    Posted 30 May 2015

    Can you explain what you are trying to do? What is the purpose of the loop anyway?

    Why do you have two arrays? What is the purpose of each? Why are you looping through them to append to a StringBuilder?

    What are you trying to achieve?

    You should give us more details since your question is really vague.
  3. In Topic: html & css problem!?

    Posted 30 May 2015

    View Postedinn10, on 31 May 2015 - 01:32 AM, said:

    Thank you can u post an example of that ?


    If you do your research, there's a lot of resources you can find. One good example can be found here: http://www.w3schools...order-image.asp

    The link above also shows details on the browser support.
  4. In Topic: html & css problem!?

    Posted 30 May 2015

    CSS3 has a border-image property.
  5. In Topic: Sum of a Column, Using Search

    Posted 30 May 2015

    Why don't you add a condition for type in your query?

    SELECT SUM(_WW) AS Total FROM 2015 WHERE _Type = 'Removal'
    
    

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