Monthly Archives: February 2012
The fully featured online CRM account comes to you with a Trial Period of 30 Days. Many a times, this period would be sufficient for an organization to have the system customized to their needs and ready to roll out. … Continue reading
The All new SQL Server 2012 RCO is there available for download. Check it out here. As per Microsoft this is what they say first hand : SQL Server 2012 is a cloud-ready information platform that will help organizations unlock … Continue reading
As an add-on to my post which takes you through configuration of Report Server for MS CRM here, and the post here talks on Report Extensions of MS CRM, came across an elaborate post which speaks on the Reporting Services … Continue reading
We all write lot of SQL Statements during our course of developing a project. There is a huge difference between in just writing an SQL statement which works and one which works really well and performs correctly. Sometimes we would … Continue reading
Just got an insight of these 3 commands ! In fact, something worth knowing , if you are managing really large databases ! A write-up by Simon Facer here would give a wonderful understanding of Why SHRINKFILE is a very … Continue reading
Saving changes is not permitted. The changes you have made require the following tables to be dropped and re-created.
In SQL Server 2008, while you try adding a new column, even though ‘is null is true’, or any change which needs a table drop and recreate, you might get this error message : Saving changes is not permitted. The … Continue reading
The data protection operation was unsuccessful. This may have been caused by not having the user profile loaded for the current thread’s user context, which may be the case when the thread is impersonating.
Exception Details: System.Security.Cryptography.CryptographicException: As the error message says all you need to do is to have the ‘User profile loaded in IIS’ – you can set this in the setting for the AppPool of that specific application in IIS manager. … Continue reading