Monthly Archives: February 2018

Shopify: An Error Prevented Any Liquid File From Being Saved

You wanted to save Shopify liquid file and all of a sudden you are getting “An error prevented any liquid file from being saved”. Even if you add a single space character, this error occurs shows up. You would have searched online and found out that people were experiencing the similar issue. They reported that […]


How to Find Shopify Theme Version?

If you want to find the Shopify theme version that you are using, here are the steps to find out the theme version. Login to your account Go to Online Store > Themes Click on Actions > Edit Code Open up Config and click on “settings_schema.json” and you will see the “theme_version” within the file.


Shopify Debut Theme Grid System Breakpoints

Even though Shopify has given the free responsive Debut theme and contains some cool features, if you are a seasoned developer, you immediately run into a road blocks. By default, Shopify Debut 2.1.0 (If you don’t know the theme version, here are the steps to find Shopify theme version) theme grid system breakpoints supports only […]


How to Restore MySQL Database on Windows?

I had to restore the MySQL InnoDB database on Windows machine which took quite a bit of time as I did not know what to do and required lot of research as I bumped into multiple issues. Here are the steps if you ever wanted to restore the MySQL database.


Powershell Script to Copy Files at Multiple Destinations Using Regex

Here is a parameterized Powershell script to copy the files from one location to multiple destinations. You can also rename the files and use various date formats to put the files in yearly/monthly folder. Once the files are successfully copied, you have an option to delete the file from source location. Usage Source Code


SSIS – How to Find If Attunity 32 Bits or 64 Bits Drivers Are Used

Here is a simple flowchart to find out if the Attunity 32-bit or 64-bit drivers are going to be used when executing SSIS package. Please note that the answer does not depend on the if the database engine is 32-bit or 64-bit. Are you running SSIS from Visual Studio? If yes, then check if SSIS […]

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Define Conditional Compilation Symbols at Visual Studio Solution Level

In Visual Studio 2019 and Visual Studio 2017, you can define the conditional compilation symbols at project level. Go to Project Properties > Build > General > Conditional compilation symbols to add compilation symbols. If you want to share these symbols across multiple projects, it is not possible using the GUI. Here is what needs […]