Contact Me & Disclaimer

I suppose that I should put up a proper disclaimer.

In order to avoid re-inventing the wheel  I went off in search of other disclaimers I could use.

It turns out that not as many do as I expected. However just to be sure here is my version…

This is my blog.

The words written here are mine.

They do not reflect the views of anyone or any organisation apart from me.

If anything causes offence, infringement or any other angst then my email can be found below:

The best way to contact me is by email:

Charlie "put the symbol in here" Maitlandnet.co.uk,

Charles dot Maitland "put the symbol in here" Vodafone dot com

or my mobile +44 (0) 7827 256789

I have also got the Twitter bug and I can be found here.
http://twitter.com/CplCarrot

I can also be found (sometimes) on MSM Messenger MaitlandC@Hotmail.com but I don’t accept unsolicited conversations so it is best to email me first.

Responses

  1. [...] If anything causes offence, infringement or any other angst then my email can be found here  [...]

  2. I am new to the OLAP word. I have beta versions of excel 2007 and all of the 2005 SQL product required.
    I am lost on the writeback function. with all of the 2007 office products available am i still going to need to write vba code to do a write back. i can’t find any documentation on the write back function.

    Thanks for your time.

    Neal Windham

  3. I am new to the OLAP word. I have beta versions of excel 2007 and all of the 2005 SQL product required.
    I am lost on the writeback function. with all of the 2007 office products available am i still going to need to write vba code to do a write back. i can’t find any documentation on the write back function.

    Thanks for your time.

    Neal Windham

  4. What’s the difference between these two datatime type? in what situation?
    8/3/2006 11:16:44 AM
    2004-07-08 13:31:19.443000000

  5. Charlie, I work with the company that aggregates the techneteventsbloggers and techedbloggers sites plus others. Would you consider putting a small picture of yourself up in the right corner of your blog? The reason: we aggregate alot of your posts, they are good, we need to add more images and pictures of the blogger are really well received. Here are some ex: http://sambbiblog.spaces.live.com/Lists/cns!794708049C7AE9C2!172 http://blog.tiensivu.com/aaron/archives/898-I-dont-recommend-food-poisoning-for-losing-weight.html

    Thanks for giving this some thought!
    Kathy Schuler at InDepth Tech, Kirkland, WA 425 605-8905

  6. Hi there,

    I would like to ask you a question about PerformancePoint Installation in a single server mode. Have you followed the doc file with 35 pages?? Has it worked?? Cause i’m having some problems, speccialy about the time it takes. I know that the PPVPC is already avaible, but i would like to install PerformancePoint too. Could you give some help?

    Best Regards,

    Afonso Correia,
    Portugal

  7. Hi Charlie -

    We’re trying to filter on dates using Performance Point. We want to be able to look at historical data, thus need to add a date filter…

    Any input/ advice would be greatly appreciated.

    Thanks,

    Jen

  8. Hi Homer,
    We need IT geek in Vietnam. Wanna job!
    Marge

  9. Hi,
    Thank you for giving me this opportunity and thank you for your great job.
    Since 4 Months, i am trying to find an easy solution to implement a Table of content for a Report

    with or without Subreports.
    In fact, the real problem for me is to find out, how to write the TotalPages and the PageNumber in a

    textbox for instance, when that textbox is not in the footer nor in the header.
    Why this Table of content, to give Customers an overview of their long report (20-50 Pages), so that

    they can quickly see the page position of any project.
    o you have any idea, without using Custom DLL to store the GlobalPage in the database using

    Webservice?

    Thank you again for giving your time to answer me.
    With kind regards
    William T.


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