In my asp.net application, users can upload / download files and ASPX files are accessed by the user later (it must implement security at the code level, because it would be better to use the application with minimal permissions to run). So now I have to save these files and where is the best place to store them. Should I give permission to record low in the current project to create or should I create a separate like "www.mydomain.com/files" and up virtual directory. I also want to prevent restarting the application domain. What is the best option to deal with this situation?
I am a starting entrepreneur and I want to create an information system that is reliable and could be solid. I have heard that SAS integration technologies are one of the best in giving a solid information management. Given the fact that I am a newbie in this area I would like to set up a sas integration technologies exe to run on my desktop. Could someone walk me through on how doing this?
I have a Windows XP Service Pack 2 installed on my computer. Every time I turn on my computer, there is an error dialog box that always pops up on my screen with the option to OK or Cancel. But both options result in a blue screen and subsequent reboot cycle. Here is the exact script:
SAS window: winlogon.exe – Application Error
The instruction at “0x7c90112f1” referenced memory at “0x00f33000”. The memory could not be “read”.
I have a SAS 9.1 installed in my PC running on Windows XP. I was attempting to open my SAS data file in ViewTable mode but it seems that it is having a trouble displaying the data. Here is what stated in the error dialog box:
I have a SAS 9.2 OLAP installed on my Windows XP computer. I have an OLAP cube containing sales data of all sales agent in our company including me. When I was trying to access my user id. I get stuck into this error message.
The application encountered an error verifying the following
I had no problem using this user id before but is it possible that I can see this error message because my user id is no longer valid in our company database? Has anyone had the same trouble using SAS 9.2 OLAP?