How about getting the data when the table data is first queried? The following script checks to see if the specified table (@MyTable) has been updated today. If so, just return the data found. If not, then get the data from a "fresher source". Great for ASP that performs table reporting and needs "baked daily" […]
Need a quick way to list shared folders? Do it in one call. Great for ASP page popups and user drop-down lists.Let's say that you want to display a list of projects, just call usp_GET_ProjectFolder and VIOLA! Only works with 2k; however, can be ported to ss7 if the udf is ported to a proc […]
SQL Server 2000 and Windows 2000 Only.Microsoft suggest using CDOSys rather than CDONTS. CDOSys stands for Collaboration Data Objects for Windows 2000 Subsystems. Below is a script that allows you do do just that. NO EXCHANGE REQUIRED!! Sample sends the user HTML Mail!Be sure to change @ServerIPAddr to your SMTP server.
Here's a stored procedure version of udf_CharIndex for SQL Server 7.Sample Usage: DECLARE @iPos INT DECLARE @nRet INT EXECUTE @nRet = sp_CharIndex 'W', 'Hello World', @nPos = @iPos OUTPUT IF @iPos > 0 PRINT 'found' ELSE Print 'not found' PRINT @iPos --Only uses on character.
Ever want to display (and edit) ASP code from the original .asp file? (like PHP's PHPInfo() function).To setup: * Just create a .asp with SQL Server connectivity. * Change @IISHostNameWWWPath to match your servername -OR- if SQL Server is on the same machine, use the next line instead. (see […]
Ever need to write reports out to a folder? I have found that creating output files are SA-WEET! (and easy too) The sample script uses BCP to create an HTML file.This process works well for reports that need to be generated nightly and take too long to run in real time. Use an SMTP mail […]