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Coldfusion, SQL & Powershell
Some helpful database scripts, tips and info to get you through the day, without any Epic FAILS.
- August 18, 2010
- GIT: Working with Remote Repositories
Remotes or Remote Repositories are versions of your project that are hosted on the Internet or network. Depending on how it is configured you have either read-only or read/write permissions on these remotes. When you are working with a group of developers managing these repositories involves pushing and pulling data to and from these remotes when you need share work. This article will explain how to do that.Read More
- August 13, 2010
- GIT: Ruling the Tri-State Area!
To fully wrap your mind around GIT, you must, must, must understand that your files can be in three states (Tri-State.) The states are: modified, staged and committed. In this article you will learn what these three terms mean.Read More
- August 12, 2010
- The GIT Repository: Attack of the code clones.
The repository is the data structure that holds all the information about your project or set of files. This article will show you how to clone and exsisting repository and how to create your own local one from scratch.Read More
- Adding a Network Printer in Windows 7 Manually
Many of the old printers are not directly supported, but our office is not about to go buy 5 new printers because of upgrading to a new OS. Fortunately there is a work around . . .Read More
- GIT: Giving files the cold shoulder .gitIgnore
Much like celebrity gossip, there are some things you just don't care about keeping up with. For those files that you have no desire to keep track of you will need to modify your .gitIgnore file.Read More
- Installing GIT
In prepartion for my CFMeetup presentation on Charlie Arehart site, I am writing out blog entries for "Git For dummies and the slight more enlightened" Please keep in mind that the dummy to which I am referring to is me. I am not a GIT expert by any means. So any advice, comments and kind criticisms are fully welcome.Read More
- Using Powershell to backup your Stored Procedures and Triggers
Powershell is like a bat file on steriods. Wiki defines it this way: "Windows PowerShell is Microsoft's task automation framework, consisting of a command-line shell and associated scripting language built on top of, and integrated with, the .NET Framework. PowerShell provides full access to COM and WMI, enabling administrators to perform administrative tasks on both local and remote Windows systems."
Well said. I still like mine better.Read More