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"Steve Smith" from the results list' Capybara gives me Javascript error message and a stack trace in the ruby code, but no information about where in the
http://stackoverflow.com/question...ber-for-capybara-javascript-errors
into this column on INSERTs. let's say there is a "Steve Smith" at CompanyId 123 and there is also a "Steve Smith2" at CompanyId 123 If I attempt to edit
http://stackoverflow.com/question...on-on-update-how-to-reject-changes
View("Index", new List<Person> { new Person { Name = "John Smith" }, new Person { Name = "Betty Davis" }, new Person { Name = "Steve Jobs" }, new Person { Name =
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"Steve").ID; } Payee.cs public class Payee { public int ID { get; set; } public string Name { get; set; } public Payee() { } public Payee(int id, string name) {
http://stackoverflow.com/question.../set-selected-value-of-a-combo-box
AppUser newUser = new Appuser(){Name = "Steve Smith", City = "Seattle", Country = "USA"}; db.AppUsers.InsertOnSubmit(newUser);
http://stackoverflow.com/question...ert-update-thousands-of-rows-using