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If you go outside this web page, use the back arrow at the top of your Internet browser to return to this web page.If returning to a previously visited website (such as CTI Navigator Web) fails or new entries at a website do not function properly, the problem could be a corrupted file in the browser's history.I admit I only tried the CTE solution for a minute before discarding it as too verbose. However, sometimes the browser's history (cache) of temporary files and cookies may contain corrupted information that needs to be cleared to allow Navigator Web II to function properly.Something like this: I really hated that I was using two SQL statements and all that declaring to do a simple update, so I looked up the syntax for the UPDATE statement. So I tried this: I used the same table to update and to alias and it seemed to work.It said that if I want to update a table from a source I need to use the FROM keyword, like this: As you can see, we use an alias to name another table or query, we use the Alias name for all the conditions for that table and nothing for the conditions on the table we update. However, the number of updated columns was always 0.For detail instructions on installing and fixing Silverlight, click "Fix Silverlight Issues" (in the index or in the Related Articles).If the sign-in page or other pages for CTI Navigator Web are very slow to load, your browser's caching settings may need to be adjusted.
In Windows Vista, this folder is usually under C:\Users\App Data\Local\Microsoft\Windows\Temporart Internet Files.
In Windows XP it usually is under C:\Documents and Settings\ Local Settings\ . If your Internet Explorer has become unstable (repeatedly shuts itself down) or fails to function properly even after deleting temporary files (described above), you can reset the browser to its original defaults.
A Reset will delete all settings that have changed since Internet Explorer was first installed, including browsing history.
These files are saved (cached) as temporary Internet files for convenience (to improve browsing speed - see "Enable Website Caching" below - and to save having to type the same information over and over). ( See note 3 below if CTI Navigator Web fails to display the sign-in screen.) If using the delete button in the Internet Options Browsing history (as described above) does not resolve the problem (the automatic approach may not remove some corrupted files), you can manually delete Temporary Internet Files as follows: Note 2.
You also can browse in Windows Explorer to the Temporary Internet Files folder and delete its files.