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  Reply # 774946 5-Mar-2013 13:02
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Ummm...I don't think that what what you intended to say.Cool

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  Reply # 774953 5-Mar-2013 13:13
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helebor: Ummm...I don't think that what what you intended to say.Cool


I was quite careful.  See http://stackoverflow.com/questions/1090240/how-do-you-set-autocommit-in-an-sql-server-session.

Or are you referring to some other aspect of my post?   (I am, of course, presuming, quite presumptuously, that you are replying to me in the first instance)

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  Reply # 775111 5-Mar-2013 16:54
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No big deal Maurico, not the worst thing that could have happened. Just ask Evernote :)

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  Reply # 775274 5-Mar-2013 21:08
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i've got this habbit of munging the syntax of UPDATE then fixing it after done, as I feel uncomfortable having WHERE in the end, especially if I get distracted.

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  Reply # 775285 5-Mar-2013 21:14
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awesome magically fixed itself :)

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  Reply # 775294 5-Mar-2013 21:29
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I did a similar thing once, I was halfway through writing an update statement in management studio on a live DB when something on my desk fell over and hit F5 causing it to execute... good times were had.

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- Write and test scripts on dev and beta before ever running something direct on live
- Write select and where clause first then change to update later.
- Use transactions



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  Reply # 775551 6-Mar-2013 10:55
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Just received a email with these words:


what a load of crap. The reality is you probably got hacked.
How can you reset people's passwords by accident while working on a feature?
Go sell this lie somewhere else.


Just to make it clear... If this was the case I wouldn't restore the password to what they were before.

What's more disturbing is the person sending this email is in the IT business, selling financial related services. I know I am not getting my stuff from him.




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  Reply # 775552 6-Mar-2013 10:57
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Bit rude and abrupt!!! It's not like this is his bank or anything.




Procrastination eventually pays off.


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  Reply # 775567 6-Mar-2013 11:13
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DuncanMcC: There is a wee bug (IMO) in that if you *also* have your name in the login field, then clicking the send button does not send an e-mail.


That would have been it. I'd call that a bug. Username automatically filled in by LastPass... couldn't quite figure out what was going on, but definitely wasn't working. Didn't think the one form would have anything to do with the other.

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  Reply # 775569 6-Mar-2013 11:19
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freitasm: Just received a email with these words:


what a load of crap. The reality is you probably got hacked.
How can you reset people's passwords by accident while working on a feature?
Go sell this lie somewhere else.


Just to make it clear... If this was the case I wouldn't restore the password to what they were before.

What's more disturbing is the person sending this email is in the IT business, selling financial related services. I know I am not getting my stuff from him.



well isn't that just the rudest darn person alive if he/she's a member I'd consider a lifetime ban ..... thanks again for all your hard work Mauricio we appreciate it very much

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  Reply # 775685 6-Mar-2013 14:27
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freitasm: Just received a email with these words:


what a load of crap. The reality is you probably got hacked.
How can you reset people's passwords by accident while working on a feature?
Go sell this lie somewhere else.


Just to make it clear... If this was the case I wouldn't restore the password to what they were before.

What's more disturbing is the person sending this email is in the IT business, selling financial related services. I know I am not getting my stuff from him.


Must have woken up on the wrong side of the bed.

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  Reply # 775850 6-Mar-2013 19:41

That's a bit embarrassing. Oh well, sheet happens.

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  Reply # 775975 6-Mar-2013 22:58
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freitasm: Just received a email with these words:


what a load of crap. The reality is you probably got hacked.
How can you reset people's passwords by accident while working on a feature?
Go sell this lie somewhere else.


Just to make it clear... If this was the case I wouldn't restore the password to what they were before.

What's more disturbing is the person sending this email is in the IT business, selling financial related services. I know I am not getting my stuff from him.


Name and shame?   This kind of crap cannot be allowed to just happen!

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