Re: [evonline2002_webheads] Fernanda's sortable tables - mac Bug?
When I try to enter my informations,
my error message looks as follows:
Microsoft JET Database Engine error '80004005'
Field 'webheads_tbl.icq' cannot be a zero-length string.
/users/mfr/wia/register.asp, line 115
(once I am at the fill in form, I still see no field for my occupation or
affiliation. Also, I am wondering what I am supposed to enter as my login
and Password(passwords are usually personal - and what domain are you
I was using the URL below. http://www.prof2000.pt:9999/users/mfr/wia/
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- The error is page not found, get in touch with http://www.prof2000.pt:9999/
----- Original Message -----
From: "Fernanda Rodrigues" <fernanda.rodrigues@...>
Sent: Friday, May 02, 2003 10:27 AM
Subject: Re: [evonline2002_webheads] Fernanda's sortable tables - mac Bug?
Hi Sus, Maria and John
I'm trying to figure out why you got an error message after submitting.
I tried the form mysel and had no problem and neither did Arif and
Damian, who managed to insert their data, as you can see here:
I'm including the institution as you suggested, and any more fields you
The purpose of the files is to enable search and sorting by name,
surname, or any other field.
On Fri, 02 May 2003 00:18:47 +0200
Susanne Nyrop <s.nyrop@...> wrote:
> Hi Fernanda,
> I tried to fill in your information template. And the questions (about
> myself, my nationality etc) looked reasonable. But an error message turned
> up when I wanted to submit. This might be caused of my Macintosh browser
> version of Internet Explorer. Did anyone else have a similar problem?
> Yours, Sus
> > From: Fernanda Rodrigues <fernanda.rodrigues@...>
> > Reply-To: email@example.com
> > Date: Thu, 01 May 2003 00:33:42 +0100
> > To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> > Subject: Re: [evonline2002_webheads] sortable tables
> > Hi all
> > I'd like you to take a look and comment on the files I'm creating in
> > order to produce (later) a sortable table. Do you think the fields are
> > too many/too few/the right ones/sth important missing?
> > http://www.prof2000.pt:9999/users/mfr/wia/
> > Please say something. For the moment use:
> > login:teste
> > password: teste
> > Fernanda
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- Hi, Vance,
Thanks for responding. I'm sure this is something I have to work out
with the technical staff at my college, and it is an issue of
bandwith. The difference between my office computer and the
computers in the labs and classrooms is Windows 98 vs Windows 2000.
The latter are locked down, so no programs can be added except by
technicians with appropriate passwords. I just found out this week
that Real One has been disabled or not installed on those computers.
I'm supposed to have Windows 2000 on my office computer as well, but
I've made a point not to complain about small problems this year.
The technicians have been too busy to go around and check all the
staff computers, but that may happen this summer.
Meanwhile I need to put on my most persuasive behavior and explain to
a couple administrators why I want to use software with voice
capabilities. My request for Yahoo Messenger in the computer
classroom next fall has already been made as well as Real One in the
other classroom I'll use. I had hoped to try out one of the Real
English videos with a class this spring. Too late now as we have
only one week of class and finals.
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>computers? Ask you network administrator if there are any
> > Date: Wed, 30 Apr 2003 12:55:02 -0700 (PDT)
> From: Chris Jones <edtec2002@y...>
> I enjoyed Teresa's presentation so much that I decided
> it was time to try voice chat with one of my classes.
> I've used all sorts of excuses in the past. Anyway I
> had 3 students who finished their work early in my
> Internet class login to Wimba. All the computers,
> including the instructor's, came up with "voice
> unavailable." :-( I then came back to my office and
> tried it here, and the voice was initialized fine. <
> Ok, what's the difference between your office and student
differences in firewall permissions. If he says not then it would be
something particular to the computers themselves.
> Venny helped me out of a jam on my TESOL laptop by reminding me of
> To resolve Java problems, update here:
>working. You might also look into Direct X issues. Do you have a
> I've installed the fix to a couple of computers and got Wimba
different version of Direct-X on your office and student computers?
MS have a new Direct-X 9.0 out that has resolved connectivity
problems on some computers in my workplace (couldn't get tapped in
before, now they can). I haven't had a chance to investigate this
much, but these are two things you can try.
>point. Firewalls can be slowing you down. Redundant firewalls are a
> I'm pretty sure that voice has somehow been disabled
> on most college computers. I also asked to have Real
> One put on the only computer in a regular classroom
> for next fall, so I could use Real English videos. I
> was asked specifically which classroom I use since
> Real One has been disabled in classrooms.
> It's evidentally a bandwith problem.
> This is reasonable. We had the same problem on our network at one
problem on some networks. Chokepoints at obsolute switches and
routers can cause problems. You need Real functionality, so agitate
for more bandwidth.