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Deion “Mule” Christopher
Attended University of Missouri–Columbia
Lives in Bonne Terre, Missouri
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My situation is this: I'v created a Microsoft Access 2010 database.  I've created C# forms to access (query, add, delete) the information stored in that Access database.  I've included a copy of the database in the project (IT_Inventory.accdb).

I published the program so I could install and run it on another machine.

When I try to run the program (even with admin rights) I receive the following Microsoft .Net Framework error:

System.Data.OleDb.OleDbException (0x80004005): Could not find file 'C:\Users\Admin\AppData\Local\Apps\2.0\Data\X628XCDD.NBQ\W3KT73O9.VPE\info..tion_530b9785cd20128e_0001.0000_b16933b4c19419e2\Data\IT_Inventory.accdb'.

Can someone PLEASE shed light on what I need to do to accomplish what I am attempting?
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File not found error. Check the path and permissions.

Make the file location configurable, using the app.config, registry, or something else to store the database file path and use it to set the path at run-time. Aside from that, don't use Access if you can help it. Create an msdn account and you can download sql express for free. You could also try some other free database like MySQL.
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Need some advice: I have a Samick Sage recurve bow.  I had shot roughly 300 arrows before needing to replace the fur rug on the shelf due to the arrows scraping it away near the outer edge and exposing the wooden shelf.  I replace the rug with velcro, and after about 40 shots I noticed that once again the outer edge  is starting to scrape away pretty quickly.  Is this probably an issue with how I am shooting (technique) or with my arrows (feathers) or maybe with where my nock is positioned (too low)?  I've attached a couple of photos of the arrows I am using.
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I had to start another post with pictures showing the wear on the velcro rest.
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Here is what I suggested to meet their technology needs:

1. Dual Internet - Charter 100/5 primary (including single phone line) with AT&T U-Verse (slowest offering) as an immediate failover Internet connection.
2. WIFI access point allowing creation of unique SSIDs - with passwords - for each business.
3. Firewall to handle immediate Internet failover during outages, handle DHCP for all wireless devices, and provide spyware/malware/antivirus active packet filtering.
4. Biometric lock on front door to eliminate lost pin numbers by clients.
5. HP Laserjet (Black/White) All-in-One WIFI-enabled printer that any wireless device can print to.
6. Extron multi-connection appliance with Intelix transmitter/receiver over Ethernet.

Here are pictures of the "almost" completed project:
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Sorry for starting another post, but I am unable to attach the additional pictures to the first one.  Hopefully everyone can see the wear that I have on the velcro after shooting roughly 20-30 arrows.  I did shoot an additional 100 arrows last night and the wear was about the same as what is shown in the pics.  I don't have a bow square, and when I bought the arrows the sales guy measured and placed the nock point for me.  I informed him that I shoot with 3 fingers with the arrow nock between my index a middle finger.  Does this look typical?
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I was worried about that too. Unfortunately I don't have a t square at the moment to check or make adjustments. I hope to pick one up this weekend.
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Does anyone have, or is anyone willing to list a recipe (WITH PICTURES PLEASE) of baked (not steamed) mana pua filled with char siu?
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Thanks.  I did.  I've even tried a recipe that didn't turn out good.  I'm trying to find anyone on this group who has actually had success making this particular treat.
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I have been working on a rather daunting project for the past 4 weeks.  The Arnold City Council decided to rent out an office space for use as a Co-Working Office Space, meaning the site will consist of mini-businesses renting either an office or a physical space inside the building to conduct meetings, meet with clients, have mail sent to a PO box, get away from everyone to do work, etc.  Essentially it is a location trying to pull in home business owners, as well as small business owners without a store front.  The ultimate goal is to have these "renters" experience the benefit of having an office space and hopefully they will go out into the community and rent a physical space of their own.  Did I mention the City of Arnold has moved their Chamber of Commerce into this office space too?

Anyway, I sat down with the City Administrator and the councilperson overseeing the project.  They gave me the following list of technology needs:
1. Fast internet access
2. Laserjet printer
3. One Simple phone line
4. Security system for the door to allow easy access
5. Audio & video access in the small conference room.

Here are some before pictures of the physical space.
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    Master of Education - Information Science & Learning Technologies, 2010 - 2010
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