How to fix: DOMParser.TransformNode not supported in IE9




This issue can be fixed in IE9 by using the following javascript function:


Transforms a XML document to a HTML string by using a XSLT document
1. Use type XSLTProcessor, if browser (FF, Safari, Chrome etc) supports it
2. Use function [transformNode] on the XmlDocument, if browser (IE6, IE7, IE8) supports it
3. Use function transform on the XsltProcessor used for IE9 (which doesn't support [transformNode] any more) 
4. Throws an error, when both types are not supported
function TransformToHtmlText(xmlDoc, xsltDoc) {
    // 1.
    if (typeof (XSLTProcessor) != "undefined") {
        var xsltProcessor = new XSLTProcessor();
        var xmlFragment = xsltProcessor.transformToFragment(xmlDoc, document);
        return GetXmlStringFromXmlDoc(xmlFragment);
    // 2.
    if (typeof (xmlDoc.transformNode) != "undefined") {
        return xmlDoc.transformNode(xsltDoc);
    else {

        try {
            // 3
            if (window.ActiveXObject) {
                var xslt = new ActiveXObject("Msxml2.XSLTemplate");
                var xslDoc = new ActiveXObject("Msxml2.FreeThreadedDOMDocument");
                xslt.stylesheet = xslDoc;
                var xslProc = xslt.createProcessor();
                xslProc.input = xmlDoc;

                return xslProc.output;
        catch (e) {
            // 4
            alert("The type [XSLTProcessor] and the function [XmlDocument.transformNode] are not supported by this browser, can't transform XML document to HTML string!");
            return null;


Drop all connections to a SQL Server database with T-SQL

If you want to drop all connections to a database by using T-SQL, connect Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio to the master database, open a new query editor window and execute the following T-SQL code:


    Drop all connections to a database

-- Take database offline
alter database [MyDatabase]
set offline with rollback immediate

-- Take database online
alter database [MyDatabase]
set online