Friday, April 23, 2010

Add "Command Prompt Here" Shortcut to Windows Explorer

Through the Registry

Navigate in your Registry to
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE/Software/Classes/Folder/Shell
and create a key called "Command Prompt" without the quotes.

Set the default string to whatever text you want to appear in the right-click menu.
Create a new key within your newly created command prompt named "command," and set the default string to
cmd.exe /k pushd %1
You may need to add %SystemRoot%\system32\ before the cmd.exe if the executable can't be found.

The changes should take place immediately. Right click a folder and your new menu item should appear.

Clean Duplicate records

DECLARE @Count int
DECLARE @name nvarchar(50)
DECLARE @culture_name nvarchar(50)

DECLARE dublicate_cursor CURSOR FAST_FORWARD FOR
SELECT name, culture_name , Count(*) - 1
FROM resource
GROUP BY name, culture_name
HAVING Count(*) > 1

OPEN dublicate_cursor

FETCH NEXT FROM dublicate_cursor INTO @name, @culture_name, @Count

WHILE @@FETCH_STATUS = 0
BEGIN

SET ROWCOUNT @Count
DELETE FROM resource WHERE name = @name AND culture_name = @culture_name
SET ROWCOUNT 0

FETCH NEXT FROM dublicate_cursor INTO @name, @culture_name, @Count
END

CLOSE dublicate_cursor
DEALLOCATE dublicate_cursor
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