I ran into the following issue while trying to install the HTML Agility Pack via Nuget today:
TF30063: You are not authorized to access asxproject…
This fixed it for me:
– Go to “Team Explorer”
– Up the very top click on the “Connect to Team Projects” button (power cable looking icon next to the home button)
– Right click on the project and then click connect
Once connected, everything seemed to start working for me again. Check out this stackoverflow post more info:
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I ran into the following error while trying to install Sql Server Management Studio on Windows 8:
The installer has encountered an unexpected error installing this package.This may indicate a problem with this package.The error code is 29506
To fix it, all you need to do is run the exe with administrative privileges.
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Just a neat little trick I came across on Stackoverflow, repeating a character x times without using a loop:
string result = new String(‘x’, 5); //xxxxx
string result = new String(‘a’, 3); //aaa
Check out the original post for more info:
Just posting this in case anyone else runs into it. After unshelving, the following error kept popping up when I tried to open files using the solution explorer:
oldIndex must be a valid index in the Children collection
Parameter name: oldIndex
Actual value was -1.
I’m still not sure what caused it, but restarting visual studio seems to have fixed it.
Just a small PeopleSoft issue I ran into while running an SQR:
(SQR 5528) ORACLE OCISessionBegin(RDBMS) error 28000 in cursor 0:
ORA-28000: the account is locked
(SQR 4701) Cannot logon to the database.
SQR for PeopleSoft: Program Aborting.
For some reason the sysadm account had been locked, thankfully there’s a fairly easy fix:
ALTER USER sysadm ACCOUNT UNLOCK;
If you don’t have access you may need to get a DBA to run it.
Just a quick post on how to view recent queries run into an Oracle database:
SELECT sql_text, sql_fulltext
ORDER BY last_load_time DESC
Just a quick post on how to check if a word is reserved using the v$reserved_words:
WHERE reserved = 'Y'
Alernatively you can specify the word, i.e. to check if online is a reserved word, run the following:
WHERE UPPER(keyword) LIKE '%ONLINE%'