This site is a test bed for everything I learn and is mostly for my own benefit. As such it may be down from time to time and is subject to frequent changes.
My passions include Slackware Linux, Coldfusion, Railo, JQuery, MS SQL Server and MySQL. You will often see me deep into the latest publication of a web design magazine or a man printout.
Published: Sep 2, 2014
The best way to filter aggregate data columns is to use the "HAVING" clause in place of the "WHERE" clause for filtering aggregate columns. ...more
Published: Aug 7, 2014
This is not the blog post I intended to write. ...more
Published: Jul 15, 2014
Have you ever tried to delete a directory on windows or windows server and been blocked by the message that you must be an administrator to change this directory. I normally get around this by using "rmdir" from the command prompt. ...more
Published: Jun 10, 2014
Whenever I reuse code from the internet I like to share the love. ...more
Published: Jun 3, 2014
Don't use cfselect if you can, but if you have no choice and need it to refresh on a bound element change this solution should have you covered. ...more
Published: Jun 2, 2014
Please donate to help out an wonderful lady having to deal with the big C without insurance ...more
Published: May 13, 2014
A gotcha of cfexecute is that it ignores anything sent to standard error by the called process. To get around it you need to use the errorVariable attribute to detect any errors in it. ...more
- .@dacCfml but what happens when cf12 is the same or worse and majority of the vocal expert voices(i.e. you) have moved on.
- Looking at some of the bugs for cf11 (and cf10) today and Im just shaking my head. Sad state of affairs.
- New blog entry: "Using the HAVING clause to filter aggregate columns" http://t.co/RBuaAbZefk #SQL
- Wow @lowes I am really impressed with how bad your online rebate system is.
- Was just asked my thoughts on a friends homegrown cfml framework. Hope I was not too harsh.