How to customize logon background/screen in windows 7

How to customize logon background/screen in windows 7

If you don’t like the default logon background of windows 7,or you want to change the background to a picture you like,you can do it easily in windows 7 without any third-party softwares.Below will give you a simple guide about how to do it.


Stocate modificate in utlima vreme

alternativa la view dependencies

select * from sys.objects so JOIN sys.syscomments sc ON WHERE type=’P’ and text like ‘%ReservationCityFees%’

ce stocate au fost modificate in utlimele 7 zile

FROM sys.objects
WHERE type = ‘P’
AND DATEDIFF(D,modify_date, GETDATE()) < 7

Loose Typing in Javascript

What is Loose Typing?

Well, this seems like a good place to start. It is important to understand both what loose typing is, and what loose typing is not. Loose typing means that variables are declared without a type. This is in contrast to strongly typed languages that require typed declarations.

Consider the following examples:

  1. /* JavaScript Example (loose typing) */  
  2. var a = 13; // Number declaration  
  3. var b = “thirteen”; // String declaration  
  5. /* Java Example (strong typing) */  
  6. int a = 13; // int declaration  
  7. String b = “thirteen”; // String declaration  

Notice that in the JavaScript example, both a and b are declared as type var. Please note, however, that this does not mean that they do not have a type, or even that they are of type “var”. Variables in JavaScript are typed, but that type is determined internally. In the above example, var a will be type Number and var b will be type String. These are two out of the three primitives in JavaScript, the third being Boolean.


‘Operation is not valid due to the current state of the object’ error during postback


System.InvalidOperationException: Operation is not valid due to the current state of the object.

[InvalidOperationException: Operation is not valid due to the current state of the object.]    System.Web.HttpValueCollection.FillFromEncodedBytes(Byte[] bytes, Encoding encoding) +11372207    System.Web.HttpRequest.FillInFormCollection() +329

[HttpException (0x80004005): The URL-encoded form data is not valid.]    System.Web.HttpRequest.FillInFormCollection() +11486290    System.Web.HttpRequest.get_Form() +157    System.Web.HttpRequest.get_HasForm() +11487092    System.Web.UI.Page.GetCollectionBasedOnMethod(Boolean dontReturnNull) +141    System.Web.UI.Page.DeterminePostBackMode() +100    System.Web.UI.Page.ProcessRequestMain(Boolean includeStagesBeforeAsyncPoint, Boolean includeStagesAfterAsyncPoint)

Uncaught Sys.WebForms.PageRequestManagerServerErrorException: Sys.WebForms.PageRequestManagerServerErrorException: An unknown error occurred while processing the request on the server. The status code returned from the server was: 500


  <add key="aspnet:MaxHttpCollectionKeys" value="1001" />

Microsoft recently (12-29-2011) released an update to address several serious security vulnerabilities in the .NET Framework. One of the fixes introduced by MS11-100 temporarily mitigates a potential DoS attack involving hash table collisions. It appears this fix breaks pages that contain a lot of POST data. In our case, on pages that have very large checkbox lists. Why would this be the case?

Some non-official sources seem to indicate that MS11-100 places a limit of 500 on postback items. I can’t find a Microsoft source that confirms this. I know that View State and other framework features eat up some of this limit.


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