Are the MS Dynamics team on crack?



  • A sproc a colleague found..
     
    EXEC @iStatus = dynamics..Smgetconstantint 
    'TRUE', 
    @TRUE output, 
    @O_iErrorState output
     
    You pass in true... and get back ... true? or false? or what? It also gives you a status and an error state - what does it MEAN?



  • @Charleh said:

    You pass in true... and get back ... true? or false? or what?
     

    Yes.

    @Charleh said:

    It also gives you a status and an error state - what does it MEAN?

    It means give up.

     



  • yes.. no.. maybe?.. probably.. perhaps.... might be... a possible chance... it could happen



  • @Charleh said:

    A sproc a colleague found..
     
    EXEC @iStatus = dynamics..Smgetconstantint 
    'TRUE', 
    @TRUE output, 
    @O_iErrorState output
     
    You pass in true... and get back ... true? or false? or what? It also gives you a status and an error state - what does it MEAN?

    What the hell is a "sproc"?



  • @SilentRunner said:

    What the hell is a "sproc"?

    Shorthand for Stored Procedure on database servers. Probably coined to make SQL people look more important than they are.

    SQLShark



  • @SilentRunner said:

    @Charleh said:
    A sproc a colleague found..
     
    EXEC @iStatus = dynamics..Smgetconstantint 
    'TRUE', 
    @TRUE output, 
    @O_iErrorState output
     
    You pass in true... and get back ... true? or false? or what? It also gives you a status and an error state - what does it MEAN?

    What the hell is a "sproc"?

    "Hell"? From you? I'm shocked!!

    But to answer your question, sproc = stored procedure.



  • @dsckeld said:

    @SilentRunner said:

    What the hell is a "sproc"?

    Shorthand for Stored Procedure on database servers. Probably coined to make SQL people look more important than they are.

    SQLShark

    Saying "sproc" is not that common. In my experience only white people between 25 and 32 with a lisp, a slightly above average academic record and a secret fantasy on the 14 year-old living next door use that expression.



  • @Speakerphone Dude said:

    In my experience only white people between 25 and 32 with a lisp, a slightly above average academic record and a secret fantasy on the 14 year-old living next door use that expression.

    .>

    Speakerphone Dude, you seem like you're in a really bad mood today. Maybe you should put down the internets and play outside for a little while...



  • @Xyro said:

    @Speakerphone Dude said:
    In my experience only white people between 25 and 32 with a lisp, a slightly above average academic record and a secret fantasy on the 14 year-old living next door use that expression.

    >.>

    Speakerphone Dude, you seem like you're in a really bad mood today. Maybe you should put down the internets and play outside for a little while...

    Maybe I could get an iPad so I could play outside WITH the internets. Oh no, wait, you can't see shit on those keyboardless netbooks when it's sunny. I think instead I'll go to Best Buy and tease Magic The Gathering afficionados IRL (they are easy to find, they hang around the laptop upgrade counter - on either side - and look like people who used to sell RCA adapters and novelty alarm clocks at RadioShack).



  • @Speakerphone Dude said:

    Oh no, wait, you can't see shit on those keyboardless netbooks when it's sunny. I think instead I'll go to Best Buy and tease Magic The Gathering afficionados IRL
     

    Dude, if you were in my Geek Squad and used language like that anywhere, you would have been out the door yesterday.


  • Discourse touched me in a no-no place

    @KattMan said:

    yes.. no.. maybe?.. I don't know... Can you repeat the question?

    FTFY



  • @PedanticCurmudgeon said:

    @KattMan said:

    yes.. no.. maybe?.. I don't know... Can you repeat the question?

    FTFY

    You're not the boss of me now! And you're not so big!!



  • @Xyro said:

    @Speakerphone Dude said:
    In my experience only white people between 25 and 32 with a lisp, a slightly above average academic record and a secret fantasy on the 14 year-old living next door use that expression.

    >.>

    Speakerphone Dude, you seem like you're in a really bad mood today. Maybe you should put down the internets and play outside for a little while...

    Maybe the neighbors moved out this morning.



  • @Speakerphone Dude said:

    @dsckeld said:

    @SilentRunner said:

    What the hell is a "sproc"?

    Shorthand for Stored Procedure on database servers. Probably coined to make SQL people look more important than they are.

    SQLShark

    Saying "sproc" is not that common. In my experience only white people between 25 and 32 with a lisp, a slightly above average academic record and a secret fantasy on the 14 year-old living next door use that expression.

    That's not true !

    (she's actually 15 for two weeks already)



  • @Speakerphone Dude said:

    Saying "sproc" is not that common. In my experience only white people between 25 and 32 with a lisp, a slightly above average academic record and a secret fantasy on the 14 year-old living next door use that expression.

    So I guess we both dislike computer programmers...  will you be my first real friend evar? ;)

    Also, I can confirm that the Dynamics team is waaaay to uncool to ever smoke crack. They don't even understand elementary concepts like "null," and their vocabulary seems to be that of an IBM mainframe programmer after a stroke.



  • @toshir0 said:

    @dsckeld said:

    Saying "sproc" is not that common. In my experience only white people between 25 and 32 with a lisp, a slightly above average academic record and a secret fantasy on the 14 year-old living next door use that expression.

    That's not true !

    (she's actually 15 for two weeks already)

     

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  • @Xyro said:

    @Speakerphone Dude said:
    In my experience only white people between 25 and 32 with a lisp, a slightly above average academic record and a secret fantasy on the 14 year-old living next door use that expression.
    Speakerphone Dude, you seem like you're in a really bad mood today. Maybe you should put down the internets and play outside for a little while...
    He doesn't like that, because then that creepy white guy with the lisp will be stalking him again ...

     


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