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  • Interview with Ronald Bradford about MySQL Connect

    - by Keith Larson
    Ronald Bradford,  an Oracle ACE Director has been busy working with  database consulting, book writing (EffectiveMySQL) while traveling and speaking around the world in support of MySQL. I was able to take some of his time to get an interview on this thoughts about theMySQL Connect conference. Keith Larson: What where your thoughts when you heard that Oracle was going to provide the community the MySQL Conference ?Ronald Bradford: Oracle has already been providing various different local community events including OTN Tech Days and  MySQL community days. These are great for local regions both in the US and abroad.  In previous years there has been an increase of content at Oracle Open World, however that benefits the Oracle community far more then the MySQL community.  It is good to see that Oracle is realizing the benefit in providing a large scale dedicated event for the MySQL community that includes speakers from the MySQL development teams, invested companies in the ecosystem and other community evangelists.I fully expect a successful event and look forward to hopefully seeing MySQL Connect at the upcoming Brazil and Japan OOW conferences and perhaps an event on the East Coast.Keith Larson: Since you are part of the content committee, what did you think of the submissions that were received during call for papers?Ronald Bradford: There was a large number of quality submissions to the number of available presentation sessions. As with the previous years as a committee member for the annual MySQL conference, there is always a large variety of common cornerstone MySQL features as well as new products and upcoming companies sharing their MySQL experiences. All of the usual major players in the ecosystem will in presenting at MySQL Connect including Facebook, Twitter, Yahoo, Continuent, Percona, Tokutek, Sphinx and Amazon to name a few.  This is ensuring the event will have a large number of quality speakers and a difficult time in choosing what to attend. Keith Larson: What sessions do you look forwarding to attending? Ronald Bradford: As with most quality conferences you can only be in one place at one time, so with multiple tracks per session it is always difficult to decide. The continued work and success with MySQL Cluster, and with a number of sessions I am sure will be popular. The features that interest me the most are around the optimizer, where there are several sessions on new features, and on the importance of backups. There are three presentations in this area to choose from.Keith Larson: Are you going to cover any of the content in your books at your MySQL Connect sessions?Ronald Bradford: I will be giving two presentations at MySQL Connect. The first will include the techniques available for creating better indexes where I will be touching on some aspects of the first Effective MySQL book on Optimizing SQL Statements.  In my second presentation from experiences of managing 500+ AWS MySQL instances, I will be touching on areas including SQL tuning, backup and recovery and scale out with replication.   These are the key topics of the initial books in the Effective MySQL series that focus on performance, scalability and business continuity.  The books however cover a far greater amount of detail then can be presented in a 1 hour session. Keith Larson: What features of MySQL 5.6 do you look forward to the most ?Ronald Bradford: I am very impressed with the optimizer trace feature. The ability to see exposed information is invaluable not just for MySQL 5.6, but to also apply information discerned for optimizing SQL statements in earlier versions of MySQL.  Not everybody understands that it is easy to deploy a MySQL 5.6 slave into an existing topology running an older version if MySQL for evaluation of many new features.  You can use the new mysqlbinlog streaming feature for duplicating master binary logs on an older version with a MySQL 5.6 slave.  The improvements in instrumentation in the Performance Schema are exciting.   However, as with my upcoming Replication Techniques in Depth title, that will be available for sale at MySQL Connect, there are numerous replication features, some long overdue with provide significant management benefits. Crash Save Slaves, Global transaction Identifiers (GTID)  and checksums just to mention a few.Keith Larson: You have been to numerous conferences, what would you recommend for people at the conference? Ronald Bradford: Make the time to meet and introduce yourself to the speakers that cover the topics that most interest you. The MySQL ecosystem has a very strong community.  The relationships you build with presenters, developers and architects in MySQL can be invaluable, however they are created over time. Get to know these people, interact with them over time.  This is the opportunity to learn more then just the content from a 1 hour session. Keith Larson: Any additional tips to handling the long hours ? Ronald Bradford: Conferences can be hard, especially with all the post event drinking.  This is a two day event and I am sure will include additional events on Friday and Saturday night so come well prepared, and leave work behind. Take the time to learn something new.   You can always catchup on sleep later. Keith Larson: Thank you so much for taking some time to do this I look forward to seeing you at the MySQL Connect conference.  Please stay tuned here for more updates on MySQL. 

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  • Arthur C. Clarke Describe the Future Internet in 1974 [Video]

    - by Jason Fitzpatrick
    Arthur C. Clarke–futurist and Sci-Fi writer–talks to a reporter from the Australian Broadcasting Network about the future of computing and the internet in this 1974 interview. Clearly he had a pretty good handle on the direction information technology and networking was going–we’re certainly using computers largely in the fashion he describes. [via Neatorama] The Best Free Portable Apps for Your Flash Drive Toolkit How to Own Your Own Website (Even If You Can’t Build One) Pt 3 How to Sync Your Media Across Your Entire House with XBMC

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  • Créer un lecteur de flux RSS avec une application iPhone, par Rafael Garcia

    Bonjour, Je vous présente ce tutoriel traduit par ram-0000 intitulé : Créer un lecteur de flux RSS avec une application iPhone Nous avons reçu un certain nombre de demandes pour un tutoriel sur la création d'un lecteur de flux RSS. Cette semaine, Rafael Garcia Leiva va nous montrer comment créer une application iPhone pour lire un flux RSS. Rafael est un développeur expérimenté d'applications iPhone, auteur de plus d'une douzaine de programmes. Actuellement, il travaille comme développeur...

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  • Grant Ronald and Frank Nimphius Deliver Free advanced ADF training for partners

    - by Grant Ronald
    Calling all Oracle partners.  If you are looking to get the best out of your Oracle ADF investment then you might want to consider the following free ADF training.  Frank Nimphius and I will be delivering a 5 day advanced ADF course for partners in Portugal.  This will cover topics such as task flows, contextual events, advanced ADF business components, bindings, Groovy, ADF Faces and a whole lot more.  The training is on the 9th to the 13th of July in Portugal.  As you might expect, places are limited, especially since this is a FREE event to Oracle partners.  So get registered NOW!

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  • Design – Architecting for Mobile Integration Overview by Grant Ronald

    - by JuergenKress
    This episode: In this episode of ADF Architecture TV Grant Ronald looks at the challenges and some solutions when building ADF services to be consumed by mobile clients. Including versioning APIs, building proxies and facades, and utilizing a service bus. Watch the video here. SOA & BPM Partner Community For regular information on Oracle SOA Suite become a member in the SOA & BPM Partner Community for registration please visit www.oracle.com/goto/emea/soa (OPN account required) If you need support with your account please contact the Oracle Partner Business Center. Blog Twitter LinkedIn Facebook Wiki Technorati Tags: Grant Ronald,mobile integration,mobile suite,SOA Community,Oracle SOA,Oracle BPM,Community,OPN,Jürgen Kress

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  • Start small, grow fast your SOA footprint by Edwin Biemond, Ronald van Luttikhuizen and Demed L’Her

    - by JuergenKress
    A set of pragmatic best practices for deploying a simple and sound SOA footprint that can grow with business demand. The paper contains details about Administrative considerations & Infrastructure considerations & Development considerations& Architectural considerations.  Edwin Biemond Ronald van Luttikhuizen Demed L’Her We are very interested to publish papers jointly with our partner community. Here is a list of possible SOA whitepapers that I am very interested in seeing published (note that the list is not exhaustive and I welcome any other topic you would like to volunteer). The format for these whitepapers would ideally be a 5 to 12 pages document, possibly with a companion sample (to be hosted on http://java.net/projects/oraclesoasuite11g ). It is not a marketing stuff. We will get them published on OTN, with proper credits and use social media (Twitter, Facebook, etc.) to promote them. For information, the "quickstart guide" was downloaded more than 11,000 titles over just 2 months, following a similar approach. These papers are a great way to get exposure and build your resume. We would prefer if we could get 2 people to collaborate on these papers (ideally 1 partner or customer and 1 oracle person). This guarantees some level of peer review and gives greater legitimacy to the paper. If you are Interested? Please contact Demed L’Her Thank you! SOA Partner Community For regular information on Oracle SOA Suite become a member in the SOA Partner Community for registration please visit  www.oracle.com/goto/emea/soa (OPN account required) If you need support with your account please contact the Oracle Partner Business Center. Blog Twitter LinkedIn Mix Forum Technorati Tags: Start small grow fast,Edwin Biemond,Ronald van Luttikhuizen,Demed L’Her,SOA Suite,Oracle,OTN,SOA Partner Community,Jürgen Kress

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  • Grant Ronald - Forms, ADF guru Budapesten!

    - by peter.nagy
    Tudom, késon szólok (blogolok : ), de mégis a lényeg akkor: Grant Ronald lesz a vendégeloadónk az Oracle hazai Technology Forum rendezvényén. Röviden róla: Grant Ronald (Senior Group Product Manager, BSc.) 1989 óta dolgozik az IT iparágban és 1997-ben csatlakozott az Oracle Support Forms/Reports/Discoverer csapatához, melynek késobb vezetoje lett. Jelenleg az Alkalmazás Fejlesztoi Eszközök (köztük Forms és JDeveloper) fejlesztésért felelos csoport tagja. Fo feladata a fejlesztési eszközök stratégiai irányának meghatározása, valamint a Forms felhasználók számára fontos migráció, Java platformra történo áttérés támogatása. Jelen pillanatban tehát meghatározó ember a JEE (ADF) evangelizációban. Ami pedig a legfontosabb Forms aspektusból, 4GL fejlesztok szemszögébol (is)! Tehát aki Forms vagy ADF fejleszto (vagy akar lenni, persze ez utóbbi) vagy egyszeruen meg akar hallgatni egy nagyszeru eloadást JEE és azon belül is Oracle vonatkozásban regisztráljon itt. Fontos! A tervezett eloadások módosulnak, de sajnos az oldalon ez még nem került frissítésre. Amint megtörténik jelzem. Logisztika: 2010. május 5, szerda Novotel Budapest Congress 1123 Budapest, Alkotás u. 63-67.

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  • Oracle ADF Essentials & ADF training material now on the iPad By Grant Ronald

    - by JuergenKress
    Faster and Simpler Java-based Application Development - Now Free Oracle ADF Essentials is an end-to-end Java EE framework that simplifies application development by providing out-of-the-box infrastructure services and a visual and declarative development experience. Oracle ADF Essentials is free to develop and deploy. Oracle ADF Essentials Overview Demo Tutorial - Using Oracle ADF Essentials with JPA/EJB and JSF Oracle ADF Essentials FAQ Introduction to Oracle ADF Seminar Tutorial - Developing with Oracle ADF Essentials ADF training material now on the iPad By Grant Ronald My team has developed about a weeks worth of ADF training material under the title ADF Insider and ADF Insider Essentials. This is available from our page on OTN. But we are now loading all our content on YouTube as well so the content can now be accessed on iPads. Over the next couple of weeks we'll also add these YouTube links to the OTN page but in the meantime, if you have an interest in ADF I strongly urge you to subscribe to our ADFInsiderEssentials YouTube Channel so you can be alerted when new content comes on line. Please also provide your comments, thumbs up/down, and let us know what content/topics is of your interest. GlassFish Extension for Oracle JDeveloper by Shay Shmeltzer We just release a new version of Oracle JDeveloper - 11.1.2.3. One new feature here is built-in support for GlassFish. This include the ability to create an "application server" connection to GlassFish and then deploy to that server with one click from inside JDeveloper. You can use this for deploying Oracle ADF Essentials application on Glassfish, but you can also use it to deploy any Java EE application you build in JDeveloper on GlassFish. However, if you are planning to work with GlassFish and JDeveloper on a more regular basis as your development server, then you might find my new extension useful. The new extension allows you to start and stop an external GlassFish instance, as well as start it in debug mode (which will allow JDeveloper to remotely debug your application as it runs on the server. I also added a button that will invoke the web admin console of Glassfish. Here is a quick demo that will show you how to work with the extension. WebLogic Partner Community For regular information become a member in the WebLogic Partner Community please visit: http://www.oracle.com/partners/goto/wls-emea ( OPN account required). If you need support with your account please contact the Oracle Partner Business Center. BlogTwitterLinkedInMixForumWiki Technorati Tags: adf training,adf,grant Ronald,adf essential,WebLogic Community,Oracle,OPN,Jürgen Kress

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  • Developing geometry-based Web Services for WebLogic | Part 1 by Ronald van Luttikhuizen

    - by JuergenKress
    In a recent project we developed Web Services that expose geographical data in their operations. This blog explains the use case for the service, gives an overview of the software architecture, and briefly discusses GML as markup language for geographical data. Part 2 of this blog provides pointers on the implementation of the service while part 3 discusses the deployment on Oracle WebLogic Server. Use Case The "BAG" (Basisregistratie Adressen en Gebouwen) is a Dutch national database containing information on all addresses and buildings in the Netherlands, and is maintained by Dutch municipalities. For several object types the BAG also maintains the associated geographical location and shape; for example for premises and cities. Read the complete article here. WebLogic Partner Community For regular information become a member in the WebLogic Partner Community please visit: http://www.oracle.com/partners/goto/wls-emea ( OPN account required). If you need support with your account please contact the Oracle Partner Business Center. Blog Twitter LinkedIn Mix Forum Wiki Technorati Tags: Ronald van Luttikhuizen,Vennester,WebLogic,WebLogic Community,Oracle,OPN,Jürgen Kress

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  • ADF sessions at UKOUG conference by Grant Ronald

    - by JuergenKress
    For those in the UK, or those who have a few travel dollars left in their budget I just wanted to hi-light a couple of reasons you might want to present to your management as to why you should attend the UKOUG conference this year to get your ADF fill. Firstly, there are three days packed with the ADF content from the brightest minds in ADF-land. In no particular order, some of the stand out sessions for me will be: Duncan Mills presenting a keynote on the Future of Oracle's Fusion Development Luc Bors will be demoing ADF Mobile Frank Nimphius will be giving a tour around JDeveloper 12c Steven Davelaar of JHeadstart fame will be giving an insight on task flows and ADF Faces. Aino Andriessen will focus on build and deployment Frank Houweling will tell us how he can make your ADF application run 70% faster Chris Muir will give a masterclass on ADF architecture. In addition, the UKOUG will be running a 3 days of ADF Mobile hands-on sessions. Mobile is just about the hottest development topic at this time so this is an ideal opportunity to roll up your sleeves and build on-device mobile applications. There will also be a roundtable discussion on which development tool is right for you, and a roundtable on the strategic importance of ADF. Of course, the conference is not all about ADF; Tom Kyte will be there, Cliff Godwin (SVP who looks after Oracle Applications) and a host of others. This might be a great opportunity to get some ADF education. For more adf information visit Grant Ronald’s blog. WebLogic Partner Community For regular information become a member in the WebLogic Partner Community please visit: http://www.oracle.com/partners/goto/wls-emea ( OPN account required). If you need support with your account please contact the Oracle Partner Business Center. BlogTwitterLinkedInMixForumWiki Technorati Tags: ADF,UKOUG,conference,WebLogic Community,Oracle,OPN,Jürgen Kress

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  • Learn Advanced ADF online – for free by Grant Ronald

    - by JuergenKress
    DF knowledge is key for any BPM implementation! The second part of the advanced ADF online eCourse is Live now! This covers the advanced topics of region and region interaction as well as getting down and dirty with some of the layout features of ADF Faces, skinning and DVT components. The aim of this course is to give you a self-paced learning aid which covers the more advanced topics of ADF development. The content is developed by Product Management and our Curriculum development teams and is based on advanced training material we have been running internally for about 18 months. We will get started on the next chapter, but in the meantime, please have a look at chapters one and two. SOA & BPM Partner Community For regular information on Oracle SOA Suite become a member in the SOA & BPM Partner Community for registration please visit  www.oracle.com/goto/emea/soa (OPN account required) If you need support with your account please contact the Oracle Partner Business Center. Blog Twitter LinkedIn Mix Forum Technorati Tags: ADF,Grant Ronald,ADF training,education,SOA Community,Oracle SOA,Oracle BPM,BPM Community,OPN,Jürgen Kress

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  • Free ADF Training Event in the UK

    - by Grant Ronald
    At the UKOUG conference back in December, at the Tools Roundtable session someone told me that they hadn't chosen Oracle ADF as their development environement for their future projects.  When I asked why, the response I got was "no one told us about it".  I was pretty astounded (even gobsmacked!) that the technology that is the foundation of Oracle's future applications strategy wasn't on someone's radar. There and then I promised the audience that if the UKOUG was to fill a room, I would deliver a full day of free training on Oracle ADF and JDeveloper. And here it is!  On the 11th May 2011 at the UK Oracle office in Reading I will deliver a day packed from start to finish with all the best bits of Oracle ADF and JDeveloper.  I'll build an application from start to finish, business services, validation, web services, UI, page flow, maps, graphs and show you tips and techniques.  The event in primarily focused on those who are new to JDeveloper and Oracle ADF and is aimed at getting you up to speed as quickly as possible (so others don't make the mistake of not choosing ADF ;o) ). Places are limited and are open on a first come first served basis to UKOUG members, so get registered NOW!

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  • Egy klassz ADF eloadás

    - by peter.nagy
    Túl vagyunk a Technology Forum rendezvényünkön, és én azt gondolom nagyon hasznos volt. Grant nagyszeru eloadást tartott. Címe Forms to ADF: WHy and How. Szerintem maga a demó, ami persze nem letöltheto igazán hasznos volt nem csak Forms háttérrel rendelkezo fejlesztok számára is. Sok rendezvényünkön hintettük az igét ADF-vel kapcsolatban, de átüto penetrációt nem értünk el vele a hazai piacon. Ennek persze több oka is van/lehet. Egyrészrol még mindig azt gondolom (fejlesztoi múltamból fakadóan is), hogy Magyarországon mindenki saját fejlesztésu keretrendszerrel szeret dolgozni. Ezen persze órákat lehet vitatkozni pro és kontra amit akár egy másik bejegyzésben szívesen meg i teszek ha van rá igény. De tény az, hogy már elmúltak azok az idok amikor nem voltak használható keretrendszerek, vagy ha úgy tetszik komponensek. Mégis, megéri manapság lefejleszteni pl: egy üzenetküldo (messaging) alrendszert. Hát szerintem nem, mint ahogy ma már perzisztencia kezelo réteget se állunk neki megírni. Persze ha a projekt elbírja, akkor kifizetodo. Szerencsére egyre több cég ismeri fel és várja el, hogy nem kell neki lefejleszteni egy komplett keretrendszert mikor számos használható van a piacon. Visszatérve az alap kérdésre, az ADF-re azt gondolom, hogy egy fo vissza tartó ero volt a termék érettsége, funkcionalitása és leginkább jövoképe. Nos e tekintetben elismerem, hogy bár több, mint 10 éves múltra tekint vissza korábban voltak buktatók, zsákutcák. Ugyanakkor nem szabad elfelejteni, hogy az Oracle maga ezzel fejleszti új generációs, modern Fusion Appplications (EBusiness Suite, PeopleSoft stb.) alkalmazásait. Tehát több mint ezer(!) fejleszto használja nap, mint nap Java EE alkalmazás fejlesztésére. Nem kevés hangsúlyt fordítva az integrációs, testreszabhatósági képességekre. Olyannyira hangsúlyos eszköz lett, hogy az Oracle teljes middleware portfoliójában visszaköszön. Ami pedig a funkcionalitást, a felhasználói felületet, a produktivitást illeti tényleg jó. Persze az utolsó és egyben legfontosabb szempont kishazánkban az ár. Nos tényleg nincs ingyen. Pontosabban ha az ember vesz egy Weblogic szervert (amúgyis kell a futtatáshoz egy JEE szerver) akkor ingyenesen használható. A termékhez pedig dokumentáció, support, javítás, blogok, közösségi fórumok stb. áll rendelkezésünkre. És akkor most újabb vita indulhat arról, hogy akarunk e fizetni a szerverért. Na errol tényleg fogok indítani egy bejegyzést majd. Mert én azt hiszem, tapasztalatom, hogy itthon összekeverik az open source modelt az ingyenességgel. Azért az alapigazság szerintem még mindig áll: ingyen nincsen semmi. Kérdés csak az, hogy mik az igényeink, elvárásaink.

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  • How to install Intel VGA drive..?

    - by Ary Catur Wicaksono
    how to install intel VGA drive..?? I've been searching on google but did not see too I've been trying to ask the ubuntu forum in Indonesia. but they did not reply my post.. is there anything that can help me? *I am sorry my English is rather chaotic [email protected]:~$ lspci | grep VGA 00:02.0 VGA compatible controller: Intel Corporation 82G33/G31 Express Integrated Graphics Controller (rev 10) [email protected]:~$ sudo lshw -c display [sudo] password for arthur: *-display description: VGA compatible controller product: 82G33/G31 Express Integrated Graphics Controller vendor: Intel Corporation physical id: 2 bus info: [email protected]:00:02.0 version: 10 width: 32 bits clock: 33MHz capabilities: msi pm vga_controller bus_master cap_list rom configuration: driver=i915 latency=0 resources: irq:42 memory:fea80000-feafffff ioport:dc00(size=8) memory:e0000000-efffffff memory:fe900000-fe9fffff [email protected]:~$ sudo apt-get install xserver-xorg-video-intel Sedang membaca daftar paket... Selesai Membangun pohon ketergantungan Membaca informasi yang tersedia... Selesai xserver-xorg-video-intel telah berada dalam versi terbaru. 0 dimutakhirkan, 0 baru terinstal, 0 akan dihapus dan 190 tidak akan dimutakhirkan.

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  • Row concat from this query

    - by Álvaro G. Vicario
    I have this query: SELECT DISTINCT IM.EDIFICIOS_ID, TI.TITULAR FROM IMPORTACION IM INNER JOIN I_EDIFICIO IE ON IM.IMPORTACION_ID=IE.IMPORTACION_ID INNER JOIN I_EDIFICIO_TITULAR ET ON IM.IMPORTACION_ID=ET.IMPORTACION_ID AND IE.EDIFICIO_ID=ET.EDIFICIO_ID INNER JOIN I_TITULAR TI ON IM.IMPORTACION_ID=TI.IMPORTACION_ID AND ET.TITULAR_ID=TI.TITULAR_ID WHERE TI.TITULAR IS NOT NULL AND TI.TITULAR<>'' ORDER BY IM.EDIFICIOS_ID, TI.TITULAR; that returns this result set: EDIFICIOS_ID TITULAR ------------ ------------------ 1911 Ana María García 1911 Anselmo Piedrahita 1911 Manuel López 2594 Carlos Pérez 2594 Felisa García 6865 Carlos Pérez 6865 Felisa García 8428 Carlos Pérez I want to concatenate the values from TITULAR for each EDIFICIOS_ID, so I get this: EDIFICIOS_ID TITULAR ------------ ------------------ 1911 Ana María García; Anselmo Piedrahita; Manuel López 2594 Carlos Pérez; Felisa García 6865 Carlos Pérez; Felisa García 8428 Carlos Pérez I'm trying to use the FOR XML PATH trick. I've used it in the past but, since I can't really understand how it works, I can't figure out how to apply it to this specific case. Can you provide me with some ideas?

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  • Podcast Show Notes: SOA Made Simple

    - by Bob Rhubart
    My guests for the latest OTN ArchBeat Podcast are Lonneke Dikmans and Ronald van Luttikhuizen, managing partners at Vennster (http://www.vennster.nl/) an  IT consultancy based in the Netherlands. Lonneke and Ronald are Oracle ACE Directors, very active members of the OTN architect community, and they have participated as panelists in previous ArchBeat podcasts. But given their collaboration on an upcoming book on service oriented architecture, I thought it was time to let them have the program to themselves. Listen to Part 1 Listen to Part 2 (Nov 30) Listen to Part 3 (Dec 7) Get Connected Lonneke and Ronald are very active in social media. Strike up your own conversation with them via the following links: Lonneke Dikmans Ronald van Luttikhuizen Coming Soon  A panel discussion with three members of the product team behind the upcoming release of WebLogic Server 12c. Stay tuned: RSS

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  • Need help installing the Intel VGA Driver [closed]

    - by Ary Catur Wicaksono
    Possible Duplicate: How do I install the Intel Graphics driver in my system? how to install intel VGA drive..?? I've been searching on google but did not see too I've been trying to ask the ubuntu forum in Indonesia. but they did not reply my post.. is there anything that can help me? *I am sorry my English is rather chaotic [email protected]:~$ lspci | grep VGA 00:02.0 VGA compatible controller: Intel Corporation 82G33/G31 Express Integrated Graphics Controller (rev 10) [email protected]:~$ sudo lshw -c display [sudo] password for arthur: *-display description: VGA compatible controller product: 82G33/G31 Express Integrated Graphics Controller vendor: Intel Corporation physical id: 2 bus info: [email protected]:00:02.0 version: 10 width: 32 bits clock: 33MHz capabilities: msi pm vga_controller bus_master cap_list rom configuration: driver=i915 latency=0 resources: irq:42 memory:fea80000-feafffff ioport:dc00(size=8) memory:e0000000-efffffff memory:fe900000-fe9fffff [email protected]:~$ sudo apt-get install xserver-xorg-video-intel Sedang membaca daftar paket... Selesai Membangun pohon ketergantungan Membaca informasi yang tersedia... Selesai xserver-xorg-video-intel telah berada dalam versi terbaru. 0 dimutakhirkan, 0 baru terinstal, 0 akan dihapus dan 190 tidak akan dimutakhirkan.

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  • Welcome, Oracle ACE Directors for MySQL

    - by justin.kestelyn
    It's my great pleasure to introduce our first two Oracle ACE Directors for MySQL, Sheeri Cabral and Ronald Bradford. Sheeri is a well-known MySQL evangelist working for Pythian Group (aka The Oracle ACE Factory); Ronald is a consulting enterprise system/data architect with loads of contributions to the MySQL community under his belt. We're happy to both of them join the ranks of Oracle ACEs, during this week of MySQL Conf!

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  • SQL Query for generating matrix like output querying related table in SQL Server

    - by Nagesh
    I have three tables: Product ProductID ProductName 1 Cycle 2 Scooter 3 Car Customer CustomerID CustomerName 101 Ronald 102 Michelle 103 Armstrong 104 Schmidt 105 Peterson Transactions TID ProductID CustomerID TranDate Amount 10001 1 101 01-Jan-11 25000.00 10002 2 101 02-Jan-11 98547.52 10003 1 102 03-Feb-11 15000.00 10004 3 102 07-Jan-11 36571.85 10005 2 105 09-Feb-11 82658.23 10006 2 104 10-Feb-11 54000.25 10007 3 103 20-Feb-11 80115.50 10008 3 104 22-Feb-11 45000.65 I have written a query to group the transactions like this: SELECT P.ProductName AS Product, C.CustName AS Customer, SUM(T.Amount) AS Amount FROM Transactions AS T INNER JOIN Product AS P ON T.ProductID = P.ProductID INNER JOIN Customer AS C ON T.CustomerID = C.CustomerID WHERE T.TranDate BETWEEN '2011-01-01' AND '2011-03-31' GROUP BY P.ProductName, C.CustName ORDER BY P.ProductName which gives the result like this: Product Customer Amount Car Armstrong 80115.50 Car Michelle 36571.85 Car Schmidt 45000.65 Cycle Michelle 15000.00 Cycle Ronald 25000.00 Scooter Peterson 82658.23 Scooter Ronald 98547.52 Scooter Schmidt 54000.25 I need result of query in MATRIX form like this: Customer |------------ Amounts --------------- Name |Car Cycle Scooter Totals Armstrong 80115.50 0.00 0.00 80115.50 Michelle 36571.85 15000.00 0.00 51571.85 Ronald 0.00 25000.00 98547.52 123547.52 Peterson 0.00 0.00 82658.23 82658.23 Schmidt 45000.65 0.00 54000.25 99000.90 Please help me to acheive the above result in SQL Server 2005. Using mulitple views or even temporory tables is fine for me.

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  • How to join two collections with LINQ

    - by JustinGreenwood
    Here is a simple and complete example of how to perform joins on two collections with LINQ. I wrote it for a friend to show him, in one simple file, the power of LINQ queries and anonymous objects. In the file below, there are two simple data classes defined: Person and Item. In the beginning of the main method, two collections are created. Note that the Item's OwnerId field reference the PersonId of a Person object. The effect of the LINQ query below is equivalent to a SQL statement looking like this: select Person.PersonName as OwnerName, Item.ItemName as OwnedItem from Person inner join Item on Item.OwnerId = Person.PersonId order by Item.ItemName desc; using System; using System.Collections.Generic; using System.Linq; namespace LinqJoinAnonymousObjects { class Program { class Person { public int PersonId { get; set; } public string PersonName { get; set; } } class Item { public string ItemName { get; set; } public int OwnerId { get; set; } } static void Main(string[] args) { // Create two collections: one of people, and another with their possessions. var people = new List<Person> { new Person { PersonId=1, PersonName="Justin" }, new Person { PersonId=2, PersonName="Arthur" }, new Person { PersonId=3, PersonName="Bob" } }; var items = new List<Item> { new Item { OwnerId=1, ItemName="Armor" }, new Item { OwnerId=1, ItemName="Book" }, new Item { OwnerId=2, ItemName="Chain Mail" }, new Item { OwnerId=2, ItemName="Excalibur" }, new Item { OwnerId=3, ItemName="Bubbles" }, new Item { OwnerId=3, ItemName="Gold" } }; // Create a new, anonymous composite result for person id=2. var compositeResult = from p in people join i in items on p.PersonId equals i.OwnerId where p.PersonId == 2 orderby i.ItemName descending select new { OwnerName = p.PersonName, OwnedItem = i.ItemName }; // The query doesn't evaluate until you iterate through the query or convert it to a list Console.WriteLine("[" + compositeResult.GetType().Name + "]"); // Convert to a list and loop through it. var compositeList = compositeResult.ToList(); Console.WriteLine("[" + compositeList.GetType().Name + "]"); foreach (var o in compositeList) { Console.WriteLine("\t[" + o.GetType().Name + "] " + o.OwnerName + " - " + o.OwnedItem); } Console.ReadKey(); } } } The output of the program is below: [WhereSelectEnumerableIterator`2] [List`1] [<>f__AnonymousType1`2] Arthur - Excalibur [<>f__AnonymousType1`2] Arthur - Chain Mail

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  • Editing Data in Child Window with RIA Services and Silverlight 4

    - by Rick Arthur
    Is it possible to edit data in a SilverLight Child window when using RIA Services and Silverlight 4? It sounds like a simple enough question, but I have not been able to get any combination of scenarios to work. Simply put, I am viewing data in a grid that was populated through a DomainDataSource. Instead of editing the data on the same screen (this is the pattern that ALL of the Microsoft samples seem to use), I want to open a child window, edit the data and return. Surely this is a common design pattern. If anyone knows of a sample out there that uses this pattern, a link would be much appreciated. Thanks, Rick Arthur

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  • JDeveloper and ADF at UKOUG

    - by Grant Ronald
    This year, Oracle ADF and JDeveloper has a big showing at the UKOUG (about 22 hours worth!!)- Europe's largest Oracle User Group.  There are three days packed with awesome ADF content delivered by some of the leading lights in ADF Developement including Duncan Mills, Frank Nimphius, Shay Shmeltzer, Susan Duncan, Lucas Jellema, Steven Davelaar, Sten Vesterli (and I'll be there as well!). Please make sure you refer to the official agenda for timings but an outline is here (if you think there are any sessions I have missed let me know and I will add them) Monday 10:00 - 10:45 - Deepdive into logical and physical data modeling with JDeveloper 10:00 - 12:15 - Debugging ADF Applications 12:15 - 13:15 - Learn ADF Task Flows in 60 Minutes 14:30 - 15:15 - ADF's Hidden Gem - the Groovy scripting language in Oracle ADF 15:25 - 16:10 - ADF Patterns for Forms Conversions 16:35 - 17:35 - Dummies Guide to Oracle ADF 16:35 - 17:35 - ADF Security Overview - Strategies and Best Practices 17:45 - 18:30 - A Methodology for Enterprise Applications with Oracle ADF Tuesday 09:00 - 10:00 - Real World Performance Tuning for Oracle ADF 11:15 - 12:15 - Keynote: Modern Development, Mobility and Rich Internet Applications 11:15 - 12:15 - Migration to Fusion Middleware 11g: Real world cases of Forms, ADF and Identity Management upgrades 14:40 - 15:20 - What's new in JDeveloper 11gR2 14:40 - 15:20 - Development Tools Roundtable 15:35 - 16:20 - ALM in Jdeveloper is exciting! 16:40 - 17:40 - Moving Oracle Forms to Oracle ADF: Case Studies Wednesday 09:00 - 10:00 - Building a Multi-Tasking ADF Application with Dynamic Regions and Dynamic Tabs 10:10 - 10:55 - Building Highly Reusable ADF Taskflows 12:30 - 13:30 - Design Patterns, Customization and Extensibility of Fusion Applications 14:25 - 15:10 - Continuous Integration with Hudson: What a year! 14:00 - 17:00 - Wednesday Wizardry with Fusion Middleware - Live application development demonstration with ADF, SOA Suite 15:20 - 16:05 - Adding Mobile and Web 2.0 UIs to Existing Applications - The Fusion Way  16:15 - 17:00 - Leveraging ADF for Building Complex Custom Applications

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  • Oracle Forms 11g Customer Upgrade Reference

    - by Grant Ronald
    We have just published a reference to an Oracle customer, Callista, talking about their Forms upgrade experiences and future development plans. I'm actually seeing a huge number of Forms customers upgrading to 11g but it can take some time and effort for customers to formally agree to be a reference story, so I'm grateful to Callista for taking the time to become an 11g upgrade reference.  We have a number of other customers who are writing up their upgrade experiences and we hope to have these on OTN in the coming months. You can access this from the Forms home page on OTN.

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