Category Archives: iPhone
The iPhone does have a caps lock mode built in, but it’s disabled by default. To enable it, go to Settings > General > Keyboard and turn on “Enable Caps Lock.” Now whenever you need to type in all caps, simply double-tap the shift key to engage caps lock.
Apple has announced the iPhone 3.0 software update which includes an updated Software Development Kit (SDK) with over 1,000 completely new APIs.
Here are a few highlighted features:
- Search your iPhone
- Cut, copy, and paste
- Send photos, contacts, audio files, and location via MMS*
- Read and compose email and text messages in landscape
And yes, I am running it (I have an Apple Developer Account), and so far I found one bug (on safari re-highlighting the address bar can sometimes make the address disapear) and an un-announced fearure (the call history list is now much more verbose)
If you like to know what’s changing on your SQL Server then the following code creates an audit table and the associated trigger for logging the changes
The Audit Object Table
CREATE TABLE [dbo].[AuditObjects]( [EventID] [INT] IDENTITY(1,1) NOT NULL ,[EventData] [xml] NULL PRIMARY KEY CLUSTERED ( [EventID] ASC ) WITH (IGNORE_DUP_KEY = OFF) ON [PRIMARY] ) ON [PRIMARY]
And the associated Trigger
CREATE TRIGGER [TriggerAuditObjects] ON DATABASE FOR DDL_DATABASE_LEVEL_EVENTS AS INSERT INTO [dbo].[AuditObjects](EventData) SELECT EVENTDATA() GO ENABLE TRIGGER [TriggerAuditObjects] ON DATABASE
You can now use xpath queries to analyse the data
Ever had the need to search stored procedures to find redundant tables or text that needs replacing or re-factoring ?
Here’s a script to help (Sorry for the cursor, I’m sad with myself for using it 🙁 )
-- Search string DECLARE @SearchString nvarchar(50) SET @SearchString = 'Search String' -- Required Declares DECLARE @getdbname sysname DECLARE @sqlstm nvarchar(1000) DECLARE SeachCursor cursor FOR -- Get All The Names into the SeachCursor SELECT '['+name+']' FROM [master].[dbo].[sysdatabases] ORDER BY name OPEN SeachCursor -- Add the Search Pattern SET @SearchString = '%' + @SearchString + '%' --Get the first Name FETCH NEXT FROM SeachCursor INTO @getdbname WHILE @@FETCH_STATUS=0 BEGIN --set the statement to define the search condition, with variables SET @sqlstm = ' SELECT [SP].[Specific_Catalog] AS [Database_Name], [SP].[Routine_Name] AS [Stored Procedure Name],[SP].[Routine_Definition] AS [Routine_Definition] FROM '+ @getdbname+'.[Information_Schema].[Routines] AS [SP] WHERE PatIndex('+''''+@SearchString+''''+', [Routine_Definition]) > 0' --Execute the Query EXEC (@sqlstm) FETCH NEXT FROM SeachCursor INTO @getdbname END --Close the Cursor and Deallocate it from memory CLOSE SeachCursor DEALLOCATE SeachCursor
After a number of compile to iPhone device issues, specifically: “entitlement ‘application-identifier’ has value not permitted by provisioning profile” and “Command /usr/bin/codesign failed with exit code 1”, I have worked out you can have one and only one developer provision and developer application on the iPhone at a time otherwise you get installation errors etc…
I also had to have the correct Bundle Identifier in the Info.plist file and make sure the ‘Code Signing Identity’ and ‘Code Signing Provisioning Profile’ was also correct.
Hopefully this is useful to someone, Good Luck!!!