Monthly Archives: November 2007

Regular Expressions in T-SQL with VBScript.RegExp

Regular Expressions in T-SQL with VBScript.RegExp For this solution we need SQL Server 2000 or higher. Also we need to make sure we have the VBScript.RegExp library on our computer. This should come with most Windows 2000 servers, in the … Continue reading

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A T-SQL Regular Expression Library for SQL Server 2005 – The Code Project – C# Libraries

http://www.codeproject.com/cs/library/SqlRegEx.asp Download Source – 4.7 KB Introduction With the advent of CLR integration into SQL Server 2005, it has become incredibly easy to extend the power of the T-SQL programming language. Two of the areas that can be improved upon … Continue reading

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ASP CDO Send Email Through External Server

Remember when sending email was simple. Now many people find that the SMTP server that they are using isn’t even on the localhost.With all of the complicated options for sending email here is a very simple function that will send … Continue reading

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ASP – Force file download | Content-Disposition: attachment; filename=…

Many times when serving dynamic data to users we have issues with different browsers and different systems. One of the common problems we run into is how different browsers handle downloading files. One system will open a file for editing … Continue reading

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Managing your routers with HTTP … more information

  If you’ve found the description of how to store your router configuration on a web server interesting, you’ll probably enjoy the full article documenting the step-by-step solution including the web server configuration.

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Reload a router from VBScript or PERL with a HTTP (web) request

  If you have HTTP enabled on your router, you can use it to automate router reloads through web requests. To enable HTTP on the router, use the following commands: ip http serverip http access-class 90access-list 90 permit network-management-ip-address The … Continue reading

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Log terminal access to your router

  In a previous post, I’ve shown how you can log the changes in interactive user’s privilege level. With the Cisco IOS Login Enhancements (introduced in IOS release 12.3(4)T, integrated in 12.4), you can also log all login successes and … Continue reading

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