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asked 11 Nov '09, 09:08

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edited 17 Mar '15, 12:12

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Actually, I'm not really sure how reputation points work, don't confuse me with someone who actually knows how this stuff works, I am the admin :)

(12 Nov '09, 07:25) Breck Carter

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I'm neither that someone nor the admin - but I feel the original exhortation could use a "touch" to regain attentation:)

(26 Jul '11, 12:31) Volker Barth
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FWIW this question was originally posted on SQLA 1.0. This is SQLA 2.0 and I no longer have any special privileges.

(26 Jul '11, 12:42) Breck Carter

@Breck: Yes, I'm aware of that change.

So now you have to be one of the someones who actually do know, right?

(27 Jul '11, 07:34) Volker Barth
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I want to stress this point, we have so many correct answers here in the forum, which are not marked correctly. It would be helpful for all to have a way to accept an answer even if one is not the original questioner. Maybe an extra right for SQLA employees...

(17 Mar '15, 04:29) Martin
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Good idea:) - FWIW, forum administrators and moderators certainly do have that privilege...

That being said, I would always prefer that the OP decides for himself whether an answer was "good enough" to solve the issue.

(17 Mar '15, 05:16) Volker Barth
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Hey Breck. Thrilled you set this up. I'm actually at the Business of Software conference in a round table discussion with Joel Spolsky as I type this. Looking forward to getting to use this.

Jeff Gibson Intercept Solutions - Sybase SQL Anywhere OEM Partner Nashville, TN

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answered 11 Nov '09, 23:21

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Gosh... it still says "Banner - Customize this", it's not worthy :)

Breck

(12 Nov '09, 01:11) Breck Carter
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