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  • Including an embedded framework using a cross-project-reference: Header no such file or directory

    - by d11wtq
    I'm trying to create a Cocoa framework by using a cross-project reference in Xcode. I have 2 projects: one for the framework; one for the application that will use the framework. This framework is not intended to be stored within the system; it is an embedded framework that lives within the application bundle. I have successfully made the cross-project reference, marked the framework as being a dependency of my target, added a Copy Files build phase that puts the framework in Contents/Frameworks/ and added the framework to the linker phase (I checked the little "Target" checkbox; I've also done it manually by dragging the framework into the linker phase). My framework's install directory is correctly set to @executable_path/../Frameworks. However, when I try to build my app it: a) Correctly builds the framework first b) Correctly copies the framework c) Errors because it cannot find the master header file in my framework I have verified that the header is there. I can see it in the app product that is partially built. ls build/Debug/CioccolataTest.webapp/Contents/Frameworks/Cioccolata.framework/Headers/Cioccolata.h build/Debug/CioccolataTest.webapp/Contents/Frameworks/Cioccolata.framework/Headers/Cioccolata.h I have been able to successfully build the app by copying my framework into /Library/Frameworks (I can then delete it again after the successful build), but this is a workaround, I'm looking to find it out why Xcode doesn't find the framework's master header file without it being copied to a system directory. Is copying it to the app bundle during the build not sufficient? Here's the full build transcript if it's any help (it's just a Hello World app right now, so not much going on here): Build Cioccolata of project Cioccolata with configuration Debug SymLink /Users/chris/Projects/Mac/Cioccolata/build/Debug/Cioccolata.framework/Versions/Current A cd /Users/chris/Projects/Mac/Cioccolata /bin/ln -sf A /Users/chris/Projects/Mac/Cioccolata/build/Debug/Cioccolata.framework/Versions/Current SymLink /Users/chris/Projects/Mac/Cioccolata/build/Debug/Cioccolata.framework/Resources Versions/Current/Resources cd /Users/chris/Projects/Mac/Cioccolata /bin/ln -sf Versions/Current/Resources /Users/chris/Projects/Mac/Cioccolata/build/Debug/Cioccolata.framework/Resources SymLink /Users/chris/Projects/Mac/Cioccolata/build/Debug/Cioccolata.framework/Headers Versions/Current/Headers cd /Users/chris/Projects/Mac/Cioccolata /bin/ln -sf Versions/Current/Headers /Users/chris/Projects/Mac/Cioccolata/build/Debug/Cioccolata.framework/Headers SymLink /Users/chris/Projects/Mac/Cioccolata/build/Debug/Cioccolata.framework/Cioccolata Versions/Current/Cioccolata cd /Users/chris/Projects/Mac/Cioccolata /bin/ln -sf Versions/Current/Cioccolata /Users/chris/Projects/Mac/Cioccolata/build/Debug/Cioccolata.framework/Cioccolata ProcessInfoPlistFile /Users/chris/Projects/Mac/Cioccolata/build/Debug/Cioccolata.framework/Versions/A/Resources/Info.plist Info.plist cd /Users/chris/Projects/Mac/Cioccolata builtin-infoPlistUtility Info.plist -expandbuildsettings -platform macosx -o /Users/chris/Projects/Mac/Cioccolata/build/Debug/Cioccolata.framework/Versions/A/Resources/Info.plist CpHeader build/Debug/Cioccolata.framework/Versions/A/Headers/CWHelloWorld.h CWHelloWorld.h cd /Users/chris/Projects/Mac/Cioccolata /Developer/Library/PrivateFrameworks/DevToolsCore.framework/Resources/pbxcp -exclude .DS_Store -exclude CVS -exclude .svn -resolve-src-symlinks /Users/chris/Projects/Mac/Cioccolata/CWHelloWorld.h /Users/chris/Projects/Mac/Cioccolata/build/Debug/Cioccolata.framework/Versions/A/Headers CpHeader build/Debug/Cioccolata.framework/Versions/A/Headers/Cioccolata.h Cioccolata.h cd /Users/chris/Projects/Mac/Cioccolata /Developer/Library/PrivateFrameworks/DevToolsCore.framework/Resources/pbxcp -exclude .DS_Store -exclude CVS -exclude .svn -resolve-src-symlinks /Users/chris/Projects/Mac/Cioccolata/Cioccolata.h /Users/chris/Projects/Mac/Cioccolata/build/Debug/Cioccolata.framework/Versions/A/Headers CopyStringsFile /Users/chris/Projects/Mac/Cioccolata/build/Debug/Cioccolata.framework/Versions/A/Resources/English.lproj/InfoPlist.strings English.lproj/InfoPlist.strings cd /Users/chris/Projects/Mac/Cioccolata setenv ICONV /usr/bin/iconv /Developer/Library/Xcode/Plug-ins/CoreBuildTasks.xcplugin/Contents/Resources/copystrings --validate --inputencoding utf-8 --outputencoding UTF-16 English.lproj/InfoPlist.strings --outdir /Users/chris/Projects/Mac/Cioccolata/build/Debug/Cioccolata.framework/Versions/A/Resources/English.lproj ProcessPCH /var/folders/Xy/Xy-bvnxtFpiYBQPED0dK1++++TI/-Caches-/com.apple.Xcode.501/SharedPrecompiledHeaders/Cioccolata_Prefix-dololiigmwjzkgenggebqtpvbauu/Cioccolata_Prefix.pch.gch Cioccolata_Prefix.pch normal i386 objective-c com.apple.compilers.gcc.4_2 cd /Users/chris/Projects/Mac/Cioccolata setenv LANG en_US.US-ASCII /Developer/usr/bin/gcc-4.2 -x objective-c-header -arch i386 -fmessage-length=0 -pipe -std=gnu99 -Wno-trigraphs -fpascal-strings -fasm-blocks -O0 -Wreturn-type -Wunused-variable -isysroot /Developer/SDKs/MacOSX10.5.sdk -mfix-and-continue -mmacosx-version-min=10.5 -gdwarf-2 -iquote /Users/chris/Projects/Mac/Cioccolata/build/Cioccolata.build/Debug/Cioccolata.build/Cioccolata-generated-files.hmap -I/Users/chris/Projects/Mac/Cioccolata/build/Cioccolata.build/Debug/Cioccolata.build/Cioccolata-own-target-headers.hmap -I/Users/chris/Projects/Mac/Cioccolata/build/Cioccolata.build/Debug/Cioccolata.build/Cioccolata-all-target-headers.hmap -iquote /Users/chris/Projects/Mac/Cioccolata/build/Cioccolata.build/Debug/Cioccolata.build/Cioccolata-project-headers.hmap -F/Users/chris/Projects/Mac/Cioccolata/build/Debug -I/Users/chris/Projects/Mac/Cioccolata/build/Debug/include -I/Users/chris/Projects/Mac/Cioccolata/build/Cioccolata.build/Debug/Cioccolata.build/DerivedSources/i386 -I/Users/chris/Projects/Mac/Cioccolata/build/Cioccolata.build/Debug/Cioccolata.build/DerivedSources -c /Users/chris/Projects/Mac/Cioccolata/Cioccolata_Prefix.pch -o /var/folders/Xy/Xy-bvnxtFpiYBQPED0dK1++++TI/-Caches-/com.apple.Xcode.501/SharedPrecompiledHeaders/Cioccolata_Prefix-dololiigmwjzkgenggebqtpvbauu/Cioccolata_Prefix.pch.gch CompileC build/Cioccolata.build/Debug/Cioccolata.build/Objects-normal/i386/CWHelloWorld.o /Users/chris/Projects/Mac/Cioccolata/CWHelloWorld.m normal i386 objective-c com.apple.compilers.gcc.4_2 cd /Users/chris/Projects/Mac/Cioccolata setenv LANG en_US.US-ASCII /Developer/usr/bin/gcc-4.2 -x objective-c -arch i386 -fmessage-length=0 -pipe -std=gnu99 -Wno-trigraphs -fpascal-strings -fasm-blocks -O0 -Wreturn-type -Wunused-variable -isysroot /Developer/SDKs/MacOSX10.5.sdk -mfix-and-continue -mmacosx-version-min=10.5 -gdwarf-2 -iquote /Users/chris/Projects/Mac/Cioccolata/build/Cioccolata.build/Debug/Cioccolata.build/Cioccolata-generated-files.hmap -I/Users/chris/Projects/Mac/Cioccolata/build/Cioccolata.build/Debug/Cioccolata.build/Cioccolata-own-target-headers.hmap -I/Users/chris/Projects/Mac/Cioccolata/build/Cioccolata.build/Debug/Cioccolata.build/Cioccolata-all-target-headers.hmap -iquote /Users/chris/Projects/Mac/Cioccolata/build/Cioccolata.build/Debug/Cioccolata.build/Cioccolata-project-headers.hmap -F/Users/chris/Projects/Mac/Cioccolata/build/Debug -I/Users/chris/Projects/Mac/Cioccolata/build/Debug/include -I/Users/chris/Projects/Mac/Cioccolata/build/Cioccolata.build/Debug/Cioccolata.build/DerivedSources/i386 -I/Users/chris/Projects/Mac/Cioccolata/build/Cioccolata.build/Debug/Cioccolata.build/DerivedSources -include /var/folders/Xy/Xy-bvnxtFpiYBQPED0dK1++++TI/-Caches-/com.apple.Xcode.501/SharedPrecompiledHeaders/Cioccolata_Prefix-dololiigmwjzkgenggebqtpvbauu/Cioccolata_Prefix.pch -c /Users/chris/Projects/Mac/Cioccolata/CWHelloWorld.m -o /Users/chris/Projects/Mac/Cioccolata/build/Cioccolata.build/Debug/Cioccolata.build/Objects-normal/i386/CWHelloWorld.o Ld /Users/chris/Projects/Mac/Cioccolata/build/Debug/Cioccolata.framework/Versions/A/Cioccolata normal i386 cd /Users/chris/Projects/Mac/Cioccolata setenv MACOSX_DEPLOYMENT_TARGET 10.5 /Developer/usr/bin/gcc-4.2 -arch i386 -dynamiclib -isysroot /Developer/SDKs/MacOSX10.5.sdk -L/Users/chris/Projects/Mac/Cioccolata/build/Debug -F/Users/chris/Projects/Mac/Cioccolata/build/Debug -filelist /Users/chris/Projects/Mac/Cioccolata/build/Cioccolata.build/Debug/Cioccolata.build/Objects-normal/i386/Cioccolata.LinkFileList -install_name @executable_path/../Frameworks/Cioccolata.framework/Versions/A/Cioccolata -mmacosx-version-min=10.5 -framework Foundation -single_module -compatibility_version 1 -current_version 1 -o /Users/chris/Projects/Mac/Cioccolata/build/Debug/Cioccolata.framework/Versions/A/Cioccolata Touch /Users/chris/Projects/Mac/Cioccolata/build/Debug/Cioccolata.framework cd /Users/chris/Projects/Mac/Cioccolata /usr/bin/touch -c /Users/chris/Projects/Mac/Cioccolata/build/Debug/Cioccolata.framework Build CioccolataTest of project CioccolataTest with configuration Debug ProcessInfoPlistFile /Users/chris/Projects/Mac/CioccolataTest/build/Debug/CioccolataTest.webapp/Contents/Info.plist Info.plist cd /Users/chris/Projects/Mac/CioccolataTest builtin-infoPlistUtility Info.plist -expandbuildsettings -platform macosx -o /Users/chris/Projects/Mac/CioccolataTest/build/Debug/CioccolataTest.webapp/Contents/Info.plist PBXCp build/Debug/CioccolataTest.webapp/Contents/Frameworks/Cioccolata.framework /Users/chris/Projects/Mac/Cioccolata/build/Debug/Cioccolata.framework cd /Users/chris/Projects/Mac/CioccolataTest /Developer/Library/PrivateFrameworks/DevToolsCore.framework/Resources/pbxcp -exclude .DS_Store -exclude CVS -exclude .svn -resolve-src-symlinks /Users/chris/Projects/Mac/Cioccolata/build/Debug/Cioccolata.framework /Users/chris/Projects/Mac/CioccolataTest/build/Debug/CioccolataTest.webapp/Contents/Frameworks CopyStringsFile /Users/chris/Projects/Mac/CioccolataTest/build/Debug/CioccolataTest.webapp/Contents/Resources/English.lproj/InfoPlist.strings English.lproj/InfoPlist.strings cd /Users/chris/Projects/Mac/CioccolataTest setenv ICONV /usr/bin/iconv /Developer/Library/Xcode/Plug-ins/CoreBuildTasks.xcplugin/Contents/Resources/copystrings --validate --inputencoding utf-8 --outputencoding UTF-16 English.lproj/InfoPlist.strings --outdir /Users/chris/Projects/Mac/CioccolataTest/build/Debug/CioccolataTest.webapp/Contents/Resources/English.lproj CompileC build/CioccolataTest.build/Debug/CioccolataTest.build/Objects-normal/i386/main.o main.m normal i386 objective-c com.apple.compilers.gcc.4_2 cd /Users/chris/Projects/Mac/CioccolataTest setenv LANG en_US.US-ASCII /Developer/usr/bin/gcc-4.2 -x objective-c -arch i386 -fmessage-length=0 -pipe -std=gnu99 -Wno-trigraphs -fpascal-strings -fasm-blocks -O0 -Wreturn-type -Wunused-variable -isysroot /Developer/SDKs/MacOSX10.5.sdk -mfix-and-continue -mmacosx-version-min=10.5 -gdwarf-2 -iquote /Users/chris/Projects/Mac/CioccolataTest/build/CioccolataTest.build/Debug/CioccolataTest.build/CioccolataTest-generated-files.hmap -I/Users/chris/Projects/Mac/CioccolataTest/build/CioccolataTest.build/Debug/CioccolataTest.build/CioccolataTest-own-target-headers.hmap -I/Users/chris/Projects/Mac/CioccolataTest/build/CioccolataTest.build/Debug/CioccolataTest.build/CioccolataTest-all-target-headers.hmap -iquote /Users/chris/Projects/Mac/CioccolataTest/build/CioccolataTest.build/Debug/CioccolataTest.build/CioccolataTest-project-headers.hmap -F/Users/chris/Projects/Mac/CioccolataTest/build/Debug -I/Users/chris/Projects/Mac/CioccolataTest/build/Debug/include -I/Users/chris/Projects/Mac/CioccolataTest/build/CioccolataTest.build/Debug/CioccolataTest.build/DerivedSources/i386 -I/Users/chris/Projects/Mac/CioccolataTest/build/CioccolataTest.build/Debug/CioccolataTest.build/DerivedSources -include /Users/chris/Projects/Mac/CioccolataTest/prefix.pch -c /Users/chris/Projects/Mac/CioccolataTest/main.m -o /Users/chris/Projects/Mac/CioccolataTest/build/CioccolataTest.build/Debug/CioccolataTest.build/Objects-normal/i386/main.o In file included from <command-line>:0: /Users/chris/Projects/Mac/CioccolataTest/prefix.pch:13:35: error: Cioccolata/Cioccolata.h: No such file or directory /Users/chris/Projects/Mac/CioccolataTest/main.m: In function 'main': /Users/chris/Projects/Mac/CioccolataTest/main.m:13: error: 'CWHelloWorld' undeclared (first use in this function) /Users/chris/Projects/Mac/CioccolataTest/main.m:13: error: (Each undeclared identifier is reported only once /Users/chris/Projects/Mac/CioccolataTest/main.m:13: error: for each function it appears in.) /Users/chris/Projects/Mac/CioccolataTest/main.m:13: error: 'hello' undeclared (first use in this function)

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  • Teeing Off With Chris Leone at OpenWorld 2012

    - by Kathryn Perry
    Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 /* Style Definitions */ table.MsoNormalTable {mso-style-name:"Table Normal"; mso-tstyle-rowband-size:0; mso-tstyle-colband-size:0; mso-style-noshow:yes; mso-style-priority:99; mso-style-qformat:yes; mso-style-parent:""; mso-padding-alt:0in 5.4pt 0in 5.4pt; mso-para-margin-top:0in; mso-para-margin-right:0in; mso-para-margin-bottom:10.0pt; mso-para-margin-left:0in; line-height:115%; mso-pagination:widow-orphan; font-size:11.0pt; font-family:"Calibri","sans-serif"; mso-ascii-font-family:Calibri; mso-ascii-theme-font:minor-latin; mso-fareast-font-family:"Times New Roman"; mso-fareast-theme-font:minor-fareast; mso-hansi-font-family:Calibri; mso-hansi-theme-font:minor-latin; mso-bidi-font-family:"Times New Roman"; mso-bidi-theme-font:minor-bidi;} A guest post by Chris Leone, Senior Vice President, Oracle Applications Development Monday morning in downtown San Francisco - lots of sunshine, plenty of traffic, and sidewalks chocked full of people with fresh faces and blister free feet. Let the week of Oracle OpenWorld begin! For a great Applications start, Chris Leone packed the house with his Fusion Applications overview session - he covered strategy, scope, roadmaps, and customer successes. Fusion Apps, the world's best SaaS suite, is built on 100 percent standards. Chris talked about its information driven user experience, its innovative design, and the choice of deployment. People can run Fusion in the cloud, in a managed / hosted environment, or on premise -- or they can use a combination of these three models. About seventy percent of our customers go with SaaS. Release 5 of Fusion Apps will become available soon. The cadence of releases will be three times a year. The key drivers are to accelerate business success (no rip and replace) and to simplify business processes. Chris told the audience that organic Fusion is the centerpiece of our cloud solutions, rounded out with acquired offerings such as Taleo Recruiting and RightNow Customer Service. From the cloud solutions, customers can expect real time and predictive BI, social capabilities, choice of deployment, and more productivity because of a next generation UX called FUSE. Chris's demo showed a super easy, new UI that touts self service navigation. We'll blog about FUSE in the very near future. Chris said the next 365 days of Fusion Apps would include more localization, more industries, more power, more mobile, and more configurability. The audience was challenged to think hard about how Fusion could be part of their three-to-five year plans. Chris set up a great opportunity for you to follow up with your customers as they explore the possibilities.

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  • West Palm Beach .Net User Group with Chris Eargle - February 22nd, 2011

    - by Sam Abraham
    Chris Eargle, Telerik Evangelist, Microsoft MVP and INETA Speaker, was our guest speaker at the West Palm Beach .Net User Group February 2011 meeting.   Chris shared many advanced C#  tricks that he learned throughout his many years of programming in a talk earning raving reviews from all attendees.   At the end of our event, we had a free raffle of 2 Telerik Ultimate Collection licenses and various .Net Ninja shirts.   We would like to thank Chris for sharing with us and we look forward to having him again at our group at his earliest convenience.   Below are some pictures of the event:

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  • Chris Brook-Carter at the Oracle Retail Week Awards VIP Reception

    - by user801960
    The Oracle VIP Reception at the Oracle Retail Week Awards last week saw retail luminaries from around the UK and Europe gather to have a drink and celebrate the successes of retail in the last year. Guests included Lord Harris of Peckham, Tesco's Philip Clarke, Vanessa Gold from Ann Summers, former Retail Week editor Tim Danaher, Richard Pennycook from Morrisons and Ian Cheshire from Kingfisher Group. The new Retail Week editor-in-chief, Chris Brook-Carter, attended and took the time to speak to the guests about the value of the Oracle Retail Week Awards to the industry and to thank Oracle for its dedication to supporting the industry. Chris said: "I'd like to say a real heartfelt thanks to our partner this evening: Oracle. I had the privilege of being at the judging day and I got to meet Sarah and the team and I was struck by not only the passion that they have for the whole awards system and everything that means in terms of rewarding excellence within the retail industry but also their commitment to retail in general, and it's that sort of relationship that marks out retail as such a fantastic sector to be involved in." Chris's speech can be watched in full below:

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  • Tuesday 6th Manchester SQL User Group - Chris Testa-O'Neil (Loading a datawarehouse using SSIS) and

    - by tonyrogerson
    Chris will give a talk on Loading a datawarehouse using SQL Server Integration Services, Tony Rogerson will give a talk on Database Design: Normalisation/Denormalisation and using Surrogate Keys - practicalities/pitfalls and benefits in Microsoft SQL Server. Registration is essential which you can do here: http://sqlserverfaq.com?eid=218 . Come and join us for an evening of SQL Server discussion, as well as the two formal sessions by Chris Testa-O'Neil and Tony Rogerson there will be a chance...(read more)

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  • Tellago 2011: Dwight, Chris and Don are MVPs

    - by gsusx
    It’s been a great start of 2011. Tellago’s Dwight Goins has been awarded as a Microsoft BizTalk Server MVP for 2011. I’ve always said that Dwight should have been an MVP a long time ago. His contributions to the BizTalk Server community are nothing but remarkable. In addition to Dwight, my colleagues Don Demsak and Chris Love also renewed their respective MVP award. A few other of us are up for renewal later in the year. As a recognition to Dwight’s award, we have made him the designated doorman...(read more)

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  • Umbraco Certified Developer - Level 2 - Chris Houston

    - by Vizioz Limited
    I just thought I'd create a quick blog post to say that I have now been on the Umbraco Level 2 course (which I would recommend!) and although it turned out that I pretty much new 95% of what was taught, the extra 5% and a chance to have a trip to Copenhagen made it worth it :)I am now officially Umbraco level 2 certified :)Hopefully over the next month I will have some time to start adding a few more useful blog posts to my blog. I know I've been a little slack on the posting in the last month, it's just been a busy time for me!

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  • Oracle Australia Supports MS Sydney to Gong Ride by Chris Sainsbury

    - by user769227
    What is the Sydney to Gong Ride? The Gong Ride is a one of a kind fundraising event. You can pedal 90 km from Sydney to Wollongong on any day of the year but it's only on the first Sunday of November that you'll experience the camaraderie, fellowship, unity, safey, scenery and sense of achievement for pedalling in support of people living with MS. Well done to the 22 members of the Oracle Sydney to Gong ride on Sunday 6 November. For many, this was the first time riding over distance – officially a 90km event, by GPS about 84km. The event started in Sydney Park, Newtown. We left in a few separate groups between 6.30 and 7.30am – and finished with times between 2 hours 45 mins and 6 hours. With 10,000 riders there was a lot of congestion at the start but that soon thinned out as we left Sydney. It was a great spring day for the event but at 34 degrees it was getting pretty warm once we left the shade of the Royal National Park and carried on over the Sea Cliff bridge and down the coast road towards Wollongong. Unfortunately Dan managed to get himself a facial scrub when someone clipped his front wheel on the descent from Bald Hill lookout. No major incidents thankfully and Dan soldiered on. Most importantly everyone had a good time (even Dan) and we raised $5,800 for Multiple Sclerosis Australia. In total more than $3.7m was raised for this good cause.

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  • Oracle Desktop Virtualization at HIMSS 2011

    - by chris.kawalek(at)oracle.com
    The HIMSS Conference is an extremely important industry trade show put on by The Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society. It's being held in Florida starting this Sunday, February 20th. Their slogan, "Linking people, potential, and progress" could be true of Oracle desktop virtualization as well! The Oracle desktop virtualization group has worked very closely with the Oracle healthcare business unit to have a large presence at this show, and I wanted to tell you a bit about what we're doing: - All Oracle demos are being done on Sun Ray Clients That's right, every demo pod in the large Oracle booth will have a Sun Ray Client with each demo tied to a smart card. Too many people at your demo station? Pop your card out and go to a different one. We'll also be demoing Oracle desktop virtualization at a dedicated demo station, too. This is great stuff! Find Oracle at booth #1651 Oracle's page about HIMSS - Focus Group - Caregiver Mobility with Oracle Sun Ray Clients and Desktop Virtualization Feb 22, 3:15-4:15 PM This focus group will be for customers interested in Oracle desktop virtualization. It's invitation only, but you can comment on this blog post and we can give you info on how to attend (your comment won't be made public). - Solution Session - Fast, Secure, Workflow Optimized: Inexpensive Access to Care Information is Possible Inside and Outside of the Hospital Feb 23, 4:15 PM Booth #685, Wireless and Mobility Theatre Oracle's Adam Workman will cover caregiver mobility and the benefits of Oracle desktop virtualization to healthcare organizations. - New healthcare solutions page on oracle.com We've created a page dedicated to content involving desktop virtualization and healthcare. This will be your onestop shop if looking for desktop virtualization and healthcare information. - New desktop virtualization and healthcare solution data sheet This document outlines how we define "Caregiver Mobility" and how Oracle products are used to facilitate quicker, more secure access to patient data. We'll have some more updates from the show next week. It looks like its going to be an exciting event! -Chris

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  • The perfect DotNetNuke Christmas present

    - by Chris Hammond
    Are you racking your brain trying to come up with that DotNetNuke person in your life? If so, I’ve got just the solution! You can buy them my book! DotNetNuke 5 User’s Guide: Get your website up and running ! It’s the perfect item for the DotNetNuke love of your life. If you buy a copy and want it signed, I’ll even offer to sign it if you mail it to me. Please be sure to include postage both ways. You probably won’t be able to get it to me and back in time for Christmas but the signing can happen...(read more)

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  • Two Virtualization Webinars This Week

    - by chris.kawalek(at)oracle.com
    If you're interested in virtualization, be sure to catch our two free webinars this week. You'll hear directly from Oracle technologists and can ask questions in a live Q&A. Deploying Oracle VM Templates for Oracle E-Business Suite and Oracle PeopleSoft Enterprise Applications Tuesday, Feb 15, 2011 9AM Pacific Time Register Now Is your company trying to manage costs; meet or beat service level agreements and get employees up and running quickly on business-critical applications like Oracle E-Business Suite and Oracle PeopleSoft Enterprise Applications? The fastest way to get the benefits of these applications deployed in your organization is with Oracle VM Templates. Cut application deployment time from weeks to just hours or days. Attend this session for the technical details of how your IT department can deliver rapid software deployment and eliminate installation and configuration costs by providing pre-installed and pre-configured software images. Increasing Desktop Security for the Public Sector with Oracle Desktop Virtualization Thursday, Feb 17, 2011 9AM Pacific Time Register Now Security of data as it moves across desktop devices is a concern for all industries. But organizations such as law enforcement, local, state, and federal government and others have higher security ne! eds than most. A virtual desktop model, where no data is ever stored on the local device, is an ideal architecture for these organizations to deploy. Oracle's comprehensive portfolio of desktop virtualization solutions, from thin client devices, to sever side management and desktop hosting software, provide a complete solution for this ever-increasing problem.

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  • HIMSS 2011 and New Press Release

    - by chris.kawalek(at)oracle.com
    We're here at HIMSS 2011 in booth 1651. If you're at the show, tomorrow (Wednesday) is the final day for the exhibits, so come over and see all of the Oracle demos displayed on Sun Ray Clients. It's extremely cool! Also, we did a press release here at the show about caregiver mobility with Wolf Medical Software. Have a read here. Wolf Medical Software did a press release themselves, too. You can read their press release here.

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  • No height using Chris Coyier full width hack

    - by ftntravis
    I'm using Chris Coyier's full width hack on a site I am building, but stumped on how I can get the div to have the height of whatever it is containing. Usually I would achieve this by adding overflow:auto to the container, but if I do that it breaks the hack. Is it possible to achieve a height and still use this hack? You can see my problem here: http://beta.revival.tv/ Here is my CSS: #content-wrap:before, #content-wrap:after {content: ""; position: absolute; top: 0; bottom: 0; width: 9999px;} #content-wrap:before {right: 100%;} #content-wrap:after {left: 100%;} #content-wrap, #content-wrap:before, #content-wrap:after {background:#666;} #content-wrap { position: relative; width:1000px; margin:0 auto; padding:25px 0; }

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  • Unable to ssh out anywhere - ssh_exchange_identification

    - by Chowlett
    I have a setup where I'm running Ubuntu 11.10 as a VirtualBox guest under a Windows 7 host, behind a restrictive corporate firewall. I have set up NAT from the host port 22 to Ubuntu's port 22; IT inform me that they have opened port 22 outbound for the host machine's IP address. I have run ssh-keygen -t rsa, and am trying to test the setup by connecting to github and another known ssh server. In both cases the connect is refused with ssh_exchange_identification: Connection closed by remote host. Full -vvv log is below. Is this possibly still due to the corporate firewall? If so, what else might I need to request from them? Any other ideas what might be wrong and how to fix it? ~$ ssh -Tvvv [email protected] OpenSSH_5.8p1 Debian-7ubuntu1, OpenSSL 1.0.0e 6 Sep 2011 debug1: Reading configuration data /etc/ssh/ssh_config debug1: Applying options for * debug2: ssh_connect: needpriv 0 debug1: Connecting to github.com [207.97.227.239] port 22. debug1: Connection established. debug3: Incorrect RSA1 identifier debug3: Could not load "/home/chris/.ssh/id_rsa" as a RSA1 public key debug2: key_type_from_name: unknown key type '-----BEGIN' debug3: key_read: missing keytype debug2: key_type_from_name: unknown key type 'Proc-Type:' debug3: key_read: missing keytype debug2: key_type_from_name: unknown key type 'DEK-Info:' debug3: key_read: missing keytype debug3: key_read: missing whitespace debug3: key_read: missing whitespace debug3: key_read: missing whitespace debug3: key_read: missing whitespace debug3: key_read: missing whitespace debug3: key_read: missing whitespace debug3: key_read: missing whitespace debug3: key_read: missing whitespace debug3: key_read: missing whitespace debug3: key_read: missing whitespace debug3: key_read: missing whitespace debug3: key_read: missing whitespace debug3: key_read: missing whitespace debug3: key_read: missing whitespace debug3: key_read: missing whitespace debug3: key_read: missing whitespace debug3: key_read: missing whitespace debug3: key_read: missing whitespace debug3: key_read: missing whitespace debug3: key_read: missing whitespace debug3: key_read: missing whitespace debug3: key_read: missing whitespace debug3: key_read: missing whitespace debug3: key_read: missing whitespace debug3: key_read: missing whitespace debug2: key_type_from_name: unknown key type '-----END' debug3: key_read: missing keytype debug1: identity file /home/chris/.ssh/id_rsa type 1 debug1: Checking blacklist file /usr/share/ssh/blacklist.RSA-2048 debug1: Checking blacklist file /etc/ssh/blacklist.RSA-2048 debug1: identity file /home/chris/.ssh/id_rsa-cert type -1 debug1: identity file /home/chris/.ssh/id_dsa type -1 debug1: identity file /home/chris/.ssh/id_dsa-cert type -1 debug1: identity file /home/chris/.ssh/id_ecdsa type -1 debug1: identity file /home/chris/.ssh/id_ecdsa-cert type -1 ssh_exchange_identification: Connection closed by remote host Edit: Requested diagnostics: ~$ ls -la ~/.ssh total 16 drwx------ 2 chris chris 4096 2012-03-30 13:12 . drwxr-xr-x 29 chris chris 4096 2012-03-30 13:25 .. -rw------- 1 chris chris 1766 2012-03-30 13:12 id_rsa -rw-r--r-- 1 chris chris 409 2012-03-30 13:12 id_rsa.pub

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  • Why won't ruby recognize Haml under ubuntu64 while using jekyll static blog generator?

    - by oldmanjoyce
    I have been trying, quite unsuccessfully, to run henrik's fork of the jekyll static blog generator on Ubuntu 64-bit. I just can't seem to figure this out and I've tried a bunch of different things. Originally I posted this over at stackoverflow, but this is probably the better spot for it. The base stats of my machine: Ubuntu 9.04, 64 bit, ruby 1.8.7 (2008-08-11 patchlevel 72) [x86_64-linux], rubygems 1.3.1. When I attempt to build the site, this is what happens: $ jekyll --pygments Configuration from ./_config.yml Using Sass for CSS generation You must have the haml gem installed first Using rdiscount for Markdown Building site: . - ./_site /home/chris/.gem/gems/henrik-jekyll-0.5.2/bin/../lib/jekyll/core_ext.rb:27:in `method_missing': undefined method 'header' for #, page=# ..... cut ..... (NoMethodError) from (haml):9:in `render' from /home/chris/.gem/gems/haml-2.2.3/lib/haml/engine.rb:167:in 'render' from /home/chris/.gem/gems/haml-2.2.3/lib/haml/engine.rb:167:in 'instance_eval' from /home/chris/.gem/gems/haml-2.2.3/lib/haml/engine.rb:167:in 'render' from /home/chris/.gem/gems/henrik-jekyll-0.5.2/bin/../lib/jekyll/convertible.rb:72:in 'render_haml_in_context' from /home/chris/.gem/gems/henrik-jekyll-0.5.2/bin/../lib/jekyll/convertible.rb:105:in 'do_layout' from /home/chris/.gem/gems/henrik-jekyll-0.5.2/bin/../lib/jekyll/post.rb:226:in 'render' from /home/chris/.gem/gems/henrik-jekyll-0.5.2/bin/../lib/jekyll/site.rb:172:in 'read_posts' from /home/chris/.gem/gems/henrik-jekyll-0.5.2/bin/../lib/jekyll/site.rb:171:in 'each' from /home/chris/.gem/gems/henrik-jekyll-0.5.2/bin/../lib/jekyll/site.rb:171:in 'read_posts' from /home/chris/.gem/gems/henrik-jekyll-0.5.2/bin/../lib/jekyll/site.rb:210:in 'transform_pages' from /home/chris/.gem/gems/henrik-jekyll-0.5.2/bin/../lib/jekyll/site.rb:126:in 'process' from /home/chris/.gem/gems/henrik-jekyll-0.5.2/bin/jekyll:135 from /home/chris/.gem/bin/jekyll:19:in `load' from /home/chris/.gem/bin/jekyll:19 I added spaces to the left of the ClosedStruct to enable better visibility - sorry that my inline html/formatting isn't perfect. I also cut out some middle text that is just data. $ gem list *** LOCAL GEMS *** actionmailer (2.3.4) actionpack (2.3.4) activerecord (2.3.4) activeresource (2.3.4) activesupport (2.3.4) classifier (1.3.1) directory_watcher (1.2.0) haml (2.2.3) haml-edge (2.3.27) henrik-jekyll (0.5.2) liquid (2.0.0) maruku (0.6.0) open4 (0.9.6) rack (1.0.0) rails (2.3.4) rake (0.8.7) rdiscount (1.3.5) RedCloth (4.2.2) stemmer (1.0.1) syntax (1.0.0) Some showing for path verification: $ echo $PATH /home/chris/.gem/bin:/usr/local/sbin:/usr/local/bin:/usr/sbin:/usr/bin:/sbin:/bin:/usr/games $ which haml /home/chris/.gem/bin/haml $ which jekyll /home/chris/.gem/bin/jekyll

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  • Tulsa - Launch 2010 Highlight Events

    - by dmccollough
    Tuesday May 04, 2010 Renaissance Tulsa Hotel and Convention Center Seville II and III 6808 S. 107th East Avenue Tulsa Oklahoma 74133   For the Developer 1:00 PM – 5:00 PM Event Overview MSDN Events Present:  Launch 2010 Highlights Join your local Microsoft Developer Evangelism team to find out first-hand about how the latest features in Microsoft® Visual Studio® 2010 can help boost your development creativity and performance.  Learn how to improve the process of refactoring your existing code base and drive tighter collaboration with testers. Explore innovative web technologies and frameworks that can help you build dynamic web applications and scale them to the cloud. And, learn about the wide variety of rich application platforms that Visual Studio 2010 supports, including Windows 7, the Web, Windows Azure, SQL Server, and Windows Phone 7 Series.   Click here to register.   For the IT Professional 8:00 AM – 12:00 PM Event Overview TechNet Events Present:  Launch 2010 Highlights Join your local Microsoft IT Pro Evangelism team to find out first-hand what Microsoft® Office® 2010 and SharePoint® 2010 mean for the productivity of you and your people—across PC, phone, and browser.  Learn how this latest wave of technologies provides revolutionary user experience and how it takes us into a future of greater productivity.  Come and explore the tools that will help you optimize desktop deployment.   Click here to register.

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  • Programming logic to group a users activities like facebook. E.g. Chris is now friends with A, B and C

    - by Chris Dowdeswell
    So I am trying to develop an activity feed for my site, Basically If I UNION a bunch of activities into a feed I would end up with something like the following. Chris is now friends with Mark Chris is now friends with Dave What I want though is a neater way of grouping these similar posts so the feed doesn't give information overload... E.g. Chris is now friends with Mark, Dave and 4 Others Any ideas on how I can approach this logically? I am using Classic ASP on SQL server. Here is the UNION statement I have so far... SELECT U.UserID As UserID, L.UN As UN,Left(U.UID,13) As ProfilePic,U.Fname + ' ' + U.Sname As FullName, 'said ' + WP.Post AS Activity, WP.Ctime FROM Users AS U LEFT JOIN Logins L ON L.userID = U.UserID LEFT OUTER JOIN WallPosts AS WP ON WP.userID = U.userID WHERE WP.Ctime IS NOT NULL UNION SELECT U.UserID As UserID, L.UN As UN,Left(U.UID,13) As ProfilePic,U.Fname + ' ' + U.Sname As FullName, 'commented ' + C.Comment AS Activity, C.Ctime FROM Users AS U LEFT JOIN Logins L ON L.userID = U.UserID LEFT OUTER JOIN Comments AS C ON C.UserID = U.userID WHERE C.Ctime IS NOT NULL UNION SELECT U.UserID As UserID, L.UN As UN,Left(U.UID,13) As ProfilePic, U.Fname + ' ' + U.Sname As FullName, 'connected with <a href="/profile.asp?un='+(SELECT Logins.un FROM Logins WHERE Logins.userID = Cn.ToUserID)+'">' + (SELECT Users.Fname + ' ' + Users.Sname FROM Users WHERE userID = Cn.ToUserID) + '</a>' AS Activity, Cn.Ctime FROM Users AS U LEFT JOIN Logins L ON L.userID = U.UserID LEFT OUTER JOIN Connections AS Cn ON Cn.UserID = U.userID WHERE CN.Ctime IS NOT NULL

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  • Relational Database pioneer Chris Date is giving a seminar 13th/14th May Edinburgh on "SQL and Relat

    - by tonyrogerson
    One of the pioneers of the Relational Database, Chris Date is giving a 2 day seminar in Edinburgh (13th and 14th May 2010) based around his new book "SQL and Relational Theory - How to Write Accurate SQL Code" which if you don't already have I'd say is a must buy. When I first saw this and what he will cover I thought, oh yer - this is going to cost the earth, well it doesn't - its £750 for the two days and there are discounts available for multiple bookings, being a member...(read more)

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  • How to add an SSH user to my Ubuntu 12 server to upload PHP files

    - by user229209
    I have an Ubuntu 12 VPS and wanted to create a user account to upload and download my PHP code. So when logged in as root I created a user "chris" and then created a directory /var/www/chris I want "chris" to be able to upload and run files to the /var/www/chris directory. Permissions for the chris dir look like this: drwxrwxr-x 2 root chris 4096 Aug 20 03:35 chris As root I created a sample file called abc.php and put it in the chris dir. It worked fine when I test it in a browser. I logged in as chris and uploaded a file called 1234.php. That did not work. I just got a blank PHP page. The code was identical in both files. So it is not the code. The permissions now look like this: -rw-r--r-- 1 root chris 59 Aug 20 03:34 1234.php -rw-r--r-- 1 root root 49 Aug 20 03:21 abc.php How do I alow the "chris" user to upload files and get them to work?

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  • Gameplay : le toucher et le support des 2 en 1 pour vos jeux favoris, par Erik Niewmeyer et Chris Kirkpatrick

    Bonjour,Je vous présente cet article intitulé : "Gameplay : le toucher et le support des 2 en 1 pour vos jeux favoris" GestureWorks Gameplay est une nouvelle façon révolutionnaire pour interagir avec les jeux PC populaires. Le logiciel Gameplay pour Windows 8 permet aux joueurs d'utiliser et de créer leurs propres contrôleurs virtuels pour le toucher, qui recouvreront les jeux PC existants. N'hésitez

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  • Issues in getting Synergy setup

    - by chris
    For some reason I cannot get things working when the Linux box is the server and the macbook pro is the client. However I can get things working just fine in the inverse, unfortunately since the macbook is not the primary machine, and not powered on all the time, the later setup won't work. Here is the error that I am getting: started client connecting to '10.0.1.4': 10.0.1.4:24800 The only firewall that I have is the one on the router, so since things work with the macbook as the server I am pretty sure that is not where the problem is. Here is the .synergy.conf file section: screens Chris-MacBook-Pro: # I have tried this with the .local as well chris-archlinux.local: end section: links Chris-MacBook-Pro: right = chris-archlinux.local chris-archlinux.local: left = Chris-MacBook-Pro.local end ** Update: I should also add that I can ping the linux machine from the mac. To try get things working, I have also prevented the hosts.deny/.allow files from blocking anything. An ideas to where the problem could be?

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  • Diagnosing ADF Mobile iOS deployment problems

    - by Chris Muir
    From time to time I encounter customers who have taken possession of a brand new Apple Mac, have that excited "I've just spent more on a computer then I ever wanted to but it's okay" crazy gleam in their eye, but on pre-loading all the necessary software for Oracle's ADF Mobile to start their mobile campaign, following Oracle's setup instructions and deploying their first app to Apple's XCode iPhone Simulator they hit this error message in the JDeveloper Log-Deployment window: [01:36:46 PM] Deployment cancelled. [01:36:46 PM] ----  Deployment incomplete  ----. [01:36:46 PM] Failed to build the iOS application bundle. [01:36:46 PM] Deployment failed due to one or more errors returned by '/Applications/Xcode.app/Contents/Developer/usr/bin/xcodebuild'.  The following is a summary of the returned error(s): Command-line execution failed (Return code: 69) "Oh, return code 69, I know that well" I hear you say.  Admittedly the error code is less than useful besides drawing some titters from the peanut gallery. Before explaining what's gone wrong, I think it's useful to teach customers how to diagnose these issues themselves.  When ADF Mobile commences a deployment, be it to Apple's iOS or Google's Android platforms, JDeveloper and ADF Mobile do a good job in the Log window of showing you what the deployment process entails.  In the case of deploying to iOS the log window will literally include the XCode commands executed to complete the deployment cycle. As example here's the log output that was produced before the error message was raised.... take the opportunity to read this line by line and note the command line calls highlighted in blue: (Note some of the following lines have been split over multiple lines to suit reading on this blog, each original line is preceded by a timestamp. Ensure to check the exact commands from JDev) [01:36:33 PM] Target platform is (iOS). [01:36:33 PM] Beginning deployment of ADF Mobile application 'LayoutDemo' to iOS using profile 'IOS_MOBILE_NATIVE_archive1'. [01:36:34 PM] Command-line executed: [/Applications/Xcode.app/Contents/Developer/usr/bin/xcodebuild, -version] [01:36:34 PM] Command-line execution succeeded. [01:36:34 PM] Running dependency analysis... [01:36:34 PM] Building... [01:36:34 PM] Deploying 3 profiles... [01:36:35 PM] Wrote Archive Module to /Users/chris/fmw/jdeveloper/jdev/extensions/ oracle.adf.mobile/Samples/PublicSamples/LayoutDemo/ApplicationController/ deploy/ApplicationController.jar [01:36:35 PM] WARNING: No Resource Catalog enabled ADF components found to package [01:36:36 PM] Wrote Archive Module to /Users/chris/fmw/jdeveloper/jdev/extensions/ oracle.adf.mobile/Samples/PublicSamples/LayoutDemo/ViewController/ deploy/ViewController.jar [01:36:36 PM] Verifying existence of the .adf source directory of the ADF Mobile application... [01:36:36 PM] Verifying Application Controller project exists... [01:36:36 PM] Verifying application dependencies... [01:36:36 PM] The application may not function correctly because the following dependent libraries are missing: /Users/chris/jdev/jdeveloper/jdeveloper/jdev/extensions/oracle.adf.mobile/ lib/adfmf.springboard.jar [01:36:36 PM] Verifying project dependencies... [01:36:36 PM] Validating application XML files... [01:36:36 PM] Validating XML files in project ApplicationController... [01:36:36 PM] Validating XML files in project ViewController... [01:36:40 PM] Copying common javascript files... [01:36:41 PM] Copying FARs to the ADF Mobile Framework application... [01:36:41 PM] Extracting Feature Archive file, "ApplicationController.jar" to deployment folder, "ApplicationController". [01:36:42 PM] Extracting Feature Archive file, "ViewController.jar" to deployment folder, "ViewController". [01:36:42 PM] Deploying skinning files... [01:36:43 PM] Copying the CVM SDK files built for the x86 processor... [01:36:43 PM] Copying the CVM JDK files built for the x86 processor... [01:36:43 PM] Command-line executed: [cp, -R, -p, /Users/chris/fmw/jdeveloper/jdev/extensions/oracle.adf.mobile/iOS/jvmti/x86/, /Users/chris/fmw/jdeveloper/jdev/extensions/oracle.adf.mobile/ Samples/PublicSamples/ LayoutDemo/deploy/IOS_MOBILE_NATIVE_archive1/temporary_xcode_project/lib] [01:36:43 PM] Command-line execution succeeded. [01:36:43 PM] Command-line executed: [cp, -R, -p, /Users/chris/fmw/jdeveloper/jdev/extensions/oracle.adf.mobile/iOS/jvmti/jar/, /Users/chris/fmw/jdeveloper/jdev/extensions/oracle.adf.mobile/Samples/ PublicSamples/LayoutDemo/deploy/IOS_MOBILE_NATIVE_archive1/ temporary_xcode_project/lib] [01:36:43 PM] Command-line execution succeeded. [01:36:43 PM] Copying security related files to the ADF Mobile Framework application... [01:36:44 PM] Command-line executed from path: /Users/chris/fmw/jdeveloper/jdev/extensions/oracle.adf.mobile/Samples/ PublicSamples/LayoutDemo/deploy/IOS_MOBILE_NATIVE_archive1/temporary_xcode_project/ [01:36:44 PM] Command-line executed: /Applications/Xcode.app/Contents/Developer/usr/bin/xcodebuild clean install -configuration Debug -sdk /Applications/Xcode.app/Contents/Developer/Platforms/iPhoneSimulator.platform/ Developer/SDKs/iPhoneSimulator6.1.sdk DSTROOT=/Users/chris/fmw/jdeveloper/jdev/extensions/oracle.adf.mobile/Samples/ PublicSamples/LayoutDemo/deploy/IOS_MOBILE_NATIVE_archive1/Destination_Root/ IPHONEOS_DEPLOYMENT_TARGET=5.0 TARGETED_DEVICE_FAMILY=1,2 PRODUCT_NAME=LayoutDemo ADD_SETTINGS_BUNDLE=NO As you can see when we move from JDeveloper undertaking its work, it then passes the code off in the last few lines for Apple's XCode to assemble and deploy the required .ipa file.  From the original error message which followed this complaining about xcodebuild failing with return code 69, we can quickly see the exact command line used to call xcodebuild. As this is the exact command line call with all its options, you're free to open a Terminal window in Mac OSX and execute the same command by simply copying and pasting the command line. And via this you'll then find out what return code actually 69 means.  Unfortunately it's not that exciting. For Macs that have just been installed and configured with XCode, XCode (and for that matter iTunes) which is required by ADF Mobile to deploy must have been run at least once before hand on your brand new Mac (to be clear that's once ever, not once every restart). On doing so you will be presented with a license agreement from Apple that you must accept. Only once you've done this will the command line calls work.  They're currently failing as you haven't accepted the legal terms and conditions. (arguably you an also accept the terms and conditions from the command line too, but ADF Mobile cannot do this on your behalf, so it's just easier to open the tools and confirm the legal requirements that way). Putting aside the error code and its meaning, watching the log window, watching what commands are executed, learning what they do, this will assist you to diagnose issues yourself and solve these sort of issues more relatively quickly.  From my perspective as an Oracle Product Manager, it allows me to say "this is the stuff you don't need to worry about when you use ADF Mobile when it's configured correctly" .... as you can see my salesman qualities shine through. For anyone who is happily using ADF Mobile on a Mac and wondering why you didn't hit these issues, it's quite likely that you already accepted the license conditions before deploying via ADF Mobile.  For instance, though I'm not a fan of iTunes itself, iTunes was one of the first things I loaded on my Mac to access my Justin Bieber albums. Image courtesy of winnond / FreeDigitalPhotos.net

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