15 Oct 2001 binaryfoo   » (Master)

grrrr... activeX caca

Anyone work with deploying WebClasses to an IIS server manually? Here's what I've done so far:
  • compiled the dll
  • created a Standard Setup package
    • added all the necessary files
    • placed it in a separate deployment folder
  • passed the newly created package to the webserver using pcAnywhere's encrypted file transfer mechanism
  • ran the setup program
  • restarted the services
OK, so the app still doesn't work, and I've only made a tiny, tiny change, insignificant by most standards. What happens is that the database calls are no longer working. Is there something special about using the package and deployment wizard vs manual installation? I'm about fried, ready to consider working in a bakery again. Ah the smell of bread...

so my wife has decided that she wants me back. that after kicking me out, carrying on a lesbian relationship, and moving over 500 miles away. what do you think? Should I pack up my things, move to a place where I'll live in poverty, and give it another shot? The thing is, I've met an incredible woman that really likes me for who I am, and I feel like I can be completely honest with her. Bonuses all around. :) But I'm still married legally... Not sure where the suckiness ends and the coolness begins.

ANYWAY, activeX sux, unless someone can convince me otherwise.

peacefully praying para perl permutations

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