Howto: Ommit empty xmlns specs?
I generate Xml with the XmlDocument methods. Now I have the problem, that a node has a namespace declaration but the child text nodes shall not have a namespace specification.
The XML should look as follows:
<child 1>My Text</child 1>
But when generation the XLM, the nodes look like that:
<child 1 xmlns="">My Text</child 1>
How can I suppress the xmlns="" in child 1 ???
Thanks for any help!
..PS: C#, VS2005
Generation like this...Sever Specs
We run a 19 pos + 2 dedicated manager workstation setup. Even reindexing
everyday, looking up old transactions consumes much time, and on busy days
even posting transaction after a sale takes 15-25 seconds. Can any with
experience on an installations this large give me and idea for server specs
that they would recommend. I know larger is always better, but I don't also
want to throw money away. Right now we run SQL 2000 on a Dell 400sc, 2.8ghz
HT, 512mb Windows SBE 2003.
There's more that goes into performance than just the server specs. Just
based on what you...Newbie: Exchange server specs recommendations
I have read through the Exchange papers provided by MS on the recommended
hardware and specs. For example, they recommended RAID 1 for the various
databases. From what I can think, is that on an ideal server, I will need
many hard disks running several types of RAID for optimum performance of the
However, the Exchange we are going to demploy will only host about 50 to 60
mailboxes or maximum 100. I will like to hear from those experienced
Exchange admin, what is the recommended hardware specs that I will need? We
are going to use a retired server with dual Xeon pr...Comment specs
I would like to know if there are any limits on the number
of comments a sheet can hold? What about a workbook?
Also, am I correct in that a comment is limited to 1024
I have a workbook that could possibly contain ~1200
comments. Will that be a problem? Looking in XL specs and
limits, none of this is listed.
> I would like to know if there are any limits on the number
> of comments a sheet can hold? What about a workbook?
I believe this is limited by available memory.
Experimenting, I inserted 50k comments into a sheet without pro...Vcard Specs
It appears to me that the internet standard vcard has specs for a picture-
and outlook 2003 has a picture field. However when I export a contact to a
vcard.. the picture does not appear as part of the vcard..
Am I missing something ?
Outlook contact pictures are stored as a hidden attachment in the contact
and Outlook's vCard output doesn't support pictures. You'd have to create
your own vCard from code and encode the picture yourself in the required
format for placement in the vCard file.
[MVP - Outlook]
Author: Absolute...system spec
dell pe T710, one Xeon E5520 cpu, 4GB ram
Seen lots of posts where people are recommending 8gb as absolute minimum
Anyone tested SBS2k8 on machine of similar spec to above running
exchange 40+ users with 500mb mailbox limits (currently)?
40+ users you want 16GB RAM, some might suggest 12 is enough (I don't
believe a word of it).
"angus" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> Hi all,
> dell pe T710, one Xeon E5520 cpu, 4GB ram
...Exchange Specs for 100 users
I am trying to spec the hardware for an Exchange server. I have
approximately 100 users. I am thinking of the hardware configuration and
would like some feedback (e.g., is this sufficient or overkill):
- 1-2Ghz server
- 1GB ram
- disks as follows: 2x18GB RAID 1 for system; 2x18GB RAID 1 for logs; 3x73
RAID 5 for data files (information store).
I am planning to run the Exchange 2003 standard edition (limited to 16GB).
Does this seem sufficient for 100 users?
FWIW I wouldn't build a non-clustered exchange system. This is of course my
2� but corporations just can't live wi...CRM Minimum Specs
In the CRM Documentation CD, and on google Im not able to verify if MS-CRM
will work with Exchange 2000. The Users guide discusses Outlook 2000/Office
2000 requirements so that was answered but not whether I can use Exchange
2000 and if so what level SP1/2/3 etc etc.
Anyone know or point me to the proper documentation would be appreciated.
Yes, Exchange 2000 is supported. They recommend the latest SP and this info is
in the IG.PDF on the doc CD.
On Thu, 01 Apr 2004 10:21:11 -0800, Benjamin Zach...Anyone know if the PST file format spec has been released yet?
Really need this badly...
Never mind. Looks like they finally did about one month ago.
"Jack Black" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> Really need this badly...
...Spec-ing SQL Server Box For Small Work Group?
I think I've finally got my guys talked into buying a dedicated
PC so we can fool around with SQL Server and see if it offers any
improvements over the various .MDB back ends we have now.
We're talking 20 concurrent users max. More like 4-6 most of
Before somebody says SQL Server is overkill in this situation, I
should add that we've got a new app that does some pretty heavy
number crunching and seems made for a background process running
on the server.
I get to spec the box and they'll spring for just about anything
within reason that I can defend.
No knowing a...COM specs for VS 6
About three years ago i've downloaded a complete specifications of VS6
COM interface from somewhere. IIRC that were 200+ pages or so. That
was in the other company. And now I need it back but can't find it
anymore. If someone could tell where to find, you'd make me really
The one who doesn't know the answer is wiser than the one who knows the wrong answer.
What is the recommended hardware & software requirement to run MS CRM?
Are you talking server or workstation?
"John" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> What is the recommended hardware & software requirement to run MS CRM?
Hmmm....does it need a dedicated server? If yes, then both.
"Alan Whitehouse" <awhitehouse@NOSPAM.tgo.ca> wrote in message
news:%23jjzi7WyDHA.2032@TK2MSFTNGP10.phx.gbl......Check format specs
Does anyone have a link to the documentation that details the check format
specifications? We have to order new checks and I wanted to provide as much
information as I could to the vendor.
From the spelling, I am guessing that we are talking US specs. If you
want Canadian, post back and I can provide links to the relevant parts
of the Canadian Payments Association web site.
On 02/09/2010 12:22 PM, blkane wrote:
> Does anyone have a link to the documentation that details the check format
> specifications? We have to order new checks and I wanted to ...No message from the replyer (now with spec.)
Spec: Outlook 2002, Win2k, Message format: "Let outlook decide the sending
Sometimes I get reply's from people with no new text, only my old sent text.
This appears both in preview pane and when i open it. Sometimes it work to
mark it as unread and then open it again...sometmes not.
Anyone who can help?
...Specs of formats
Using these formats:
Does anyone know the exact limits on hours before each
I'm thinking that the limit for [hh]:mm is 9999 hrs, but
I'm not sure. And for [h]:mm, I don't know this one.
IIRC, you can't directly enter a number in either format greater than
But you can use the format for much bigger numbers. Experimentally, I
get the formats turning to ####s when the value is greater than
which corresponds to
In article <firstname.lastname@example.org&g...Global Print Specs
I have a series of 114 workbooks with 22 worksheets each. They are setup
for A4 printing. Is there a way to print all worksheets in each workbook on
8�x11 with row and column headings without specifying it on each worksheet
individually? I am using Excell 2000.
...syntax error missing operator-open frm to spec. record
Here is my code attached to the onclick event of a command button:
Private Sub Command12_Click()
On Error GoTo Err_Command12_Click
Dim stDocName As String
Dim stLinkCriteria As String
stDocName = "Jeff Employee Info with Sched"
DoCmd.OpenForm stDocName, , , "[man name]=" &
I am trying to navigate to Jeff Employee info with Sched form
to ...Server Spec
I am running 5 tills, and 6 back office computers, i have a 3.0GHZ dual core
Pentium server, with 2GB of RAM, and am running full SQL Server. We are
noticing times when thing are very slow, especially when we are doing large
reports, and the server is also running our SAGE requirements- Should i
have a faster server, or is the above spec adequeate?
Thanks for any help on this!
I'm not sure what SAGE is - is that your accounting package?
Anyway, you might want to boost the memory - more is always better, but
2GB should be adequate. Do you have any hubs in your network? If so
Seemed to be hear a lot lately. Thank you everyone!
In a previous thread of mine "priv1.edb maximum size", I explain that I have
a customer who's exchange has maxed. I now have the go ahead to build a new
Their current is a Dell PowerEdge 2800 SBS Standard
Two - 2.8GHz single core processors
3 - 136GB SCSI Drives in RAID 5
12GB C: OS Partition
272GB Drive D:
This is a machine shop manufacturing company with 15 users. Some of the CNC
machines pull data from the server.
Based on the info provided does it appear that the new server sh...Outlook 2002 Specs
We are wondering if anyone knows the computer specs. that a computer needs
in order to run Outlook 2002? Any clues or links are appreciated.
OFFXP: System Requirements for Microsoft Office XP
Milly Staples [MVP - Outlook]
Post all replies to the group to keep the discussion intact. Due to
the SWEN virus, all mail sent to my personal account will be deleted
After searching google.groups.com and finding no answer, Jason Dolf asked:
| We are wondering if anyone knows th...Globally changing values in picklists (spec. Industry & Lead Sourc
I've searched all over and can't find an answer to my problem. Hopefully this
community can help me.
I would like to customize certain picklist values so that they are the same
throughout the entire system. For right now, I need to change Industry and
I know I can change for an individual object (e.g., Account), but I need to
make this change systemwide. I have a list of about 45 industry types I want
to use and I also want to specify excatly where a lead came from (i.e., WHICH
Chamber of Commerce list, WHICH trade show, a SPECIFIC sig, etc.).
Where this change w...Text wrap spec
I thought I understood that the text wrap limit for any given cell was
1024 and indeed when I look at the specification for Excel, it states
that only 1024 text characters will display in a cell. However, I have
the following condition (Excel 2003 running under Windows XP Pro).
I have a column that is 35 wide. I entered repeating text in four
paragraphs. The total length of my string is 1093 characters (verified
using the Len function). The last word wrap occurs at character 1032,
definitely beyond the 1024 limit. The total number of characters that
shows in the cell is 1074 an...Need advice on product specs table
I'm trying to figure the best way to store product specs data e.g.
dimensions, weight, power requirements, etc.
Because the database will contain a wide variety of products and in time,
there will be new specification categories, I'm inclined to have a table that
defines specification categories and another where SpecIDs and values are
saved for each ProductID.
The problem I have with this approach is that I won't be able to take
advantage of data types in SQL Server. I'd hate to keep dimension or weight
information as varchar.
The other approach I c...Unable to display the folder. Microsoft Office Outlook could not access the spec
I have Outlook 2003 with SP1 and a fully patched install
point. Any machines that have this current install gets a
message when trying to view public folders from the folder
views. "Unable to display the folder. Microsoft Office
Outlook could not access the specified folder location.
The operation failed."
...Hardware specs for Exchange 2000
I need to get some advice on a machine to run Exchange 2000 for
approximately 50 - 75 users.
This is a machine we currently have and I want to check that it will be
OK for this purpose
Dell Poweredge 6300
Quad Xeon 500 mhz
4 gb memory
Raid 5 array with 6 8gb drives.
Windows 2000 Advanced Server
Exchange 2000 Advanced Server
I'm fairly certain that the drives should be replaced with something
larger and configured with in one raid 5 array for the OS/apps/exchange
DB, and one raid 1 array just for the exchange logs. I'm a little bit
concerned about the processor power though, even th...