selecting ? selecting of 1., 2. , 3., 4., 5., 6. is slow (1-3 second) then selecting of 7.,8.,9. go on is so fast (0.1 second or more fast).. how can i get fast for selecting of 1., 2. , 3., 4., 5., 6
selecting of 1., 2. , 3., 4.(sometime even 5., 6.) is slow (1-3 second) then selecting of 7.,8.,9.(sometimes 5., 6.,) go on is so fast (0.1 second or more fast).. how can i get fast for selecting of 1., 2. , 3., 4., 5., 6. is slow ?? recordcount is almost 1.050.000.. i do selecting 1.2.3. go on same page with treeview1.. treeview1 in masterpage.master..
gridview1 and datasource1 are in pagelist.aspx (it connets datasource1)..productnumber is primarykey for index.. kategori, kategori1 and kategori2, price, datemin are index from keys/index in table1 (right clicking menu)....c1 1.3.6 OK or is 1.3.5/1.3.4 better?
I'm upgrading my system, most of our c1 versions are now at 1 1.3.6. Is
that OK or is 1.3.5/1.3.4 better?
I am very happy with 1.3.6, but there were issues (resolved with the latest
patches) with ZfD 4.01
On Wed, 10 Mar 2004 19:15:22 GMT, "j d" <j firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>I'm upgrading my system, most of our c1 versions are now at 1 1.3.6. Is
>that OK or is 1.3.5/1.3.4 better?
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No...Openclient 12.5 on AIX 4.3.3 with gcc 3.0.1
Does anyone have experience with this combination?
I am new to AIX and I am having problems compiling. I am getting undefined
symbols from the sybase openclient libraries. I assume that since they are C
libraries, gcc must be able to link against them.
Thanks in advance,
On Fri, 08 Aug 2003 08:23:21 -0700, Sybase Forums wrote:
> Does anyone have experience with this combination? I am new to AIX and I
> am having problems compiling. I am getting undefined symbols from the
> sybase openclient libraries. I assume that since they are C libraries,...kdesvn 1.0.5 or 1.0.6 for KDE 3.5 subversion 1.6.3?
I upgraded subversion to 1.6.3, and wanted to make sure I had the
latest kdesvn for KDE 3.5 and subversion 1.6.3. I went to kdesvn support
site but it wasn't clear if 1.0.5 was sufficient for subversion 1.6, so
I downloaded kdesvn 1.0.6 and built it myself (previously 1.0.5 had come
from opensuse). Everything looked okay, but...
When I click on the Help | Info about kdesvn part I see:
Built with subversion library 1.4.4
Running ...[5.8.1] maint @ 20959
As mentionned in the subject line,
maint builds fine with all the defaults on AIX with gcc 3.2.3
All tests successful.
u=3D11.57 s=3D9.38 cu=3D1335.99 cs=3D386.11 scripts=3D756 tests=3D=
# lslpp -l |egrep '(bos.rte(.libc)* )'
bos.rte 126.96.36.199 APPLIED Base Operating System
bos.rte.libc 188.8.131.52 APPLIED libc Library
bos.rte 184.108.40.206 COMMITTED Base Operating System
Congratulations for the great work
PS: FWIW, here is the output of myconfig
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I have a problem using Wine on openSUSE 11.3 and 11.4
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Now on ...EAS 3.6.1 with jdk 1.3.x/1.4.x
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Can you share your experience?
I am interested in using it and see with better JVM and JVM options what
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I may NOT care about 'certified for JDK 1.x.'only.
NB: We have EAS 4.1.3, but our components ( CORBA components ) were
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