http://www.w3.org/XML/1998/namespace issue while importing XSD
If you are trying to work with XSD you may encounter following errors Namespace ‘http://www.w3.org/XML/1998/namespace’ is not available to be referenced in this schema. Imported schema for namespace ‘http://www.w3.org/XML/1998/namespace’ was not resolved. This error means that either you need to declare the namespace “http://www.w3.org/XML/1998/namespace” within XSD or the xml.xsd file in which this namespace is […]
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 […]
InfoPath: A Proper Way to Blank Out Whole Number, Date Using JScript
Problem When you blank out data in InfoPath using JScript, you would probably use the following method. Above code works well when “my:node” is of data type String. If the data type is Number or Date, above code will work but on the user interface you will see an error “Only integers allowed.” and “Only […]
InfoPath Error: Reference to Undeclared Namespace Prefix “dfs”
Error If you are trying to get/set values using XPath on Secondary Data Source, you might get the error “Reference to undeclared namespace prefix: dfs”. Cause When you are trying to use XPath expression on Secondary Data Source, you must have to declare the namespace that is going to be used in the code. By […]
WD 360 GB External Harddrive Copy Error and Solution
Last year I purchased Western Digital 360GB external USB harddrive. I tried to copy a big file but it said that I don’t have enough space on my hard disk. I wondered why it was throwing an error as I had enough space on my external drive and also computer drive (in case copy command […]
Microsoft Access: Why qdf.execute Is Not Showing Any Warning?
I had an application in which I had a code like The query was not running because of error but the application was not breaking at the time of error generation. To force the application to break/throw exception write the statement like This way we can catch all errors.