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This bug was introduced by a change to the installer user interface to confirm if a user wants to exit the installer when an installation is in progress.
When already complete, the exit action would trigger an infinite loop causing the installer to crash. Bug 10293 | As of Carousel 7.0 the Carousel Player installer is provided in the Carousel user interface to make it easier to commission new players without needing to contact Tightrope Media Systems for download keys.
While the content of this post isn’t new information (additional examples can be found on the Service-now wiki), my aim is to provide a single page of information containing some common examples of these methods as a reference. Note: These methods are designed for use in server-side Java Script (everything EXCEPT client scripts and UI policies).
An easy way to identify the encoded query string to use is to create a filter or a module with the query parameters you want to use, and then hover over the link or breadcrumb and look at the URL. sysparm_query=active=true^category=software^ORcategory=hardware My encoded query string would be this…
Read this section if you are new to Access or unfamiliar with the concepts behind relational databases.
Cursors extend result processing by: Cursor Implementations SQL Server supports three cursor implementations.
Transact-SQL cursors Are based on the DECLARE CURSOR syntax and are used mainly in Transact-SQL scripts, stored procedures, and triggers.
The few methods below that can be used in client-side Java Script have been noted below.
An alternative to a standard query is to use an encoded query to create your query string instead of using ‘add Query’ and ‘add Or Condition’ statements.