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  1. #1
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    It's only a suggestion, so don't shoot me down in flames
    When posting in the database forum you could make it a *general* rule, that people start their posts with the name of the db to which they are reffering ?
    e.g.
    MSSQL: Slow queries
    or
    MySql: Newbie Question

    good idea ? or pants ?
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    Good idea but doesn't seem to be a problem right now.
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    Especially since the problems can overlap (when it comes to SQL script, anyway)

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    Yes, my main issue was that I like to provide help to people, but my time is limited.
    With users posting threads such as "strange problem? ", searching through every thread (currently not many), until I find a thread with which I can help takes so much time. As the site traffic increases this will only get worse.

    Just some guidelines such as "make your thread subject related to its content and purpose" would help.

    "Silly question" http://www.webdesignforums.net/thread4939.html
    filburt1 :cheeky:
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