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  • ArchBeat Link-o-Rama for 10-17-2012

    - by Bob Rhubart
    This is your brain on IT architecture. Oracle Technology Network Architect Day in Los Angeles, Oct 2 Stuff your cranium with architecture by attending Oracle Technology Network Architect Day in Los Angeles, October 25, 2012, at the Sofitel Los Angeles, 8555 Beverly Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90048. Technical sessions, panel Q&A, and peer roundtables—plus a free lunch. Register now. Panel: On the Impact of Software | InfoQ Les Hatton (Oakwood Computing Associates), Clive King (Oracle), Paul Good (Shell), Mike Andrews (Microsoft) and Michiel van Genuchten (moderator) discuss the impact of software engineering on our lives in this panel discussion recorded at the Computer Society Software Experts Summit 2012. OTN APAC Tour 2012: Bangkok, Thailand - Oct 22, 2012 Mike Dietrich shares information on the upcoming OTN APAC Tour stop in Bangkok. Registration is open. Consolidating Oracle E-Business Suite R12 on Oracle's SPARC SuperCluster | Giri Mandalika Giri Mandalika shares an overview of a new Optimized Solution for Oracle E-Business Suite (EBS) R12 12.1.3.. As Giri explains, "This solution was centered around the engineered system, SPARC SuperCluster T4-4." The Oldest Big Data Problem: Parsing Human Language | The Data Warehouse Insider Dan McClary offers up a new whitepaper "which details the use of Digital Reasoning Systems' Synthesys software on Oracle Big Data Appliance." Mobile Apps for EBS | Capgemini Oracle Blog Capgemini solution architect Satish Iyer breifly describes how Oracle ADF and Oracle SOA Suite can be used to fill the gap in mobile applications for Oracle EBS. Ease the Chaos with Automated Patching: Enterprise Manager Cloud Control 12c | Porus Homi Havewala This new OTN article is excerpted from Porus Homi Havewala's latest book, Oracle Enteprise Manager Cloud Control 12c: Managing Data Center Chaos (2012, Packt Publishing). Thought for the Day "Never make a technical decision based upon the politics of the situation, and never make a political decision based upon technical issues." — Geoffrey James Source: softwarequotes.com

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  • Wifi Direct P2P-go and P2P-client support in ubuntu

    - by giri
    I am trying to get wifi direct working on a laptop with ubuntu 12.04 When I type the command 'iw list' it doesn't show P2P-client or P2P-go under 'supported interface modes.From http://wireless.kernel.org/en/users/Documentation/iw/replace-iwconfig I found that 'iwconfig' was replaced with 'iw'.Does it mean that my hardware doesn't have support for wifi-direct or is it just the software(drivers) issue? If is it just sofware issue please help me to find the right drivers which support wifi-direct. Here is the info about my ethernet controller from the output of 'lspci' 02:00.0 Ethernet controller: Atheros Communication Inc. AR242x / AR542x Wreless Network Adapter (PCI-Express) (rev 01) 06:00.0 Ethernet controller: Marvell Technology Group Ltd. 88E8055 PCI-E Gigabit Ethernet Controller (rev 13)

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  • Siebel Troubleshooting : An ODBC error occurred; SBL-GEN-03006: Error calling function: DICFindTable m_pReqTbl

    - by Giri Mandalika
    Symptom: A newly installed Siebel application server fails to start despite successful ODBC connectivity to the database. SRProc process logs ODBC error messages similar to the following: Message: GEN-13, Additional Message: dict-ERR-1109: Unable to read value from export file (Data length (32) Column definition (3)). Message: GEN-13, Additional Message: dict-ERR-1107: Unable to read row 0 from export file (UTLDataValRead pBuf, col 4 ). GenericLog GenericError 1 0002157.. 11-11-18 13:28 Message: Generated SQL statement:, Additional Message: SQLFetch: SELECT RDOBJ.DOCK_ID, RDOBJ.RELATED_DOCK_ID, RDOBJ.SQL_STATEMENT, RDOBJ.CHECK_VISIBILITY, 'N', RDOBJ.COMMENTS, RDOBJ.ACTIVE, RDOBJ.SEQUENCE, RDOBJ.VIS_STRENGTH, RDOBJ.REL_VIS_STRENGTH, RDOBJ.VIS_EVT_COLS FROM ORAPERF.S_DOCK_REL_DOBJ RDOBJ, ORAPERF.S_DOCK_OBJECT DOBJ WHERE RDOBJ.REPOSITORY_ID = (SELECT ROW_ID FROM ORAPERF.S_REPOSITORY WHERE NAME = ?) AND DOBJ.ROW_ID = RDOBJ.DOCK_ID AND (DOBJ.INACTIVE_FLG = 'N' OR DOBJ.INACTIVE_FLG IS NULL) AND (RDOBJ.INACTIVE_FLG = 'N' OR RDOBJ.INACTIVE_FLG IS NULL) Message: Error: An ODBC error occurred, Additional Message: Function: DICGetRDObjects; ODBC operation: SQLFetch Message: GEN-13, Additional Message: dict-ERR-1109: Unable to read value from export file (UTLCompressFRead (fseek)). Message: GEN-13, Additional Message: dict-ERR-1107: Unable to read row 0 from export file (UTLDataValRead pBuf, col 0 ). Message: GEN-10, Additional Message: Calling Function: DICLoadDObjectInfo; Called Function: Calling DICGetRDObjects Message: GEN-10, Additional Message: Calling Function: DICLoadDict; Called Function: DICLoadDObjectInfo GenericError (srpdb.cpp (860) err=3006 sys=2) SBL-GEN-03006: Error calling function: DICFindTable m_pReqTbl (srpsmech.cpp (74) err=3006 sys=0) SBL-GEN-03006: Error calling function: DICFindTable m_pReqTbl (srpmtsrv.cpp (107) err=3006 sys=0) SBL-GEN-03006: Error calling function: DICFindTable m_pReqTbl (smimtsrv.cpp (1203) err=3006 sys=0) SBL-GEN-03006: Error calling function: DICFindTable m_pReqTbl SmiLayerLog Error Terminate process due to unrecoverable error: 3006. (Main Thread) An inconsistent or corrupted dictionary file "diccache.dat" is likely the cause. Solution: Stop the application server and manually kill the remaining Siebel application specific processes eg., stop_server all pkill siebmtsh pkill siebproc .. Remove $SIEBEL_HOME/bin/diccache.dat file. It will be re-generated during the application server startup Start the application server start_server all

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  • Resolving "PLS-00201: identifier 'DBMS_SYSTEM.XXXX' must be declared" Error

    - by Giri Mandalika
    Here is a failure sample. SQL set serveroutput on SQL alter package APPS.FND_TRACE compile body; Warning: Package Body altered with compilation errors. SQL show errors Errors for PACKAGE BODY APPS.FND_TRACE: LINE/COL ERROR -------- ----------------------------------------------------------------- 235/6 PL/SQL: Statement ignored 235/6 PLS-00201: identifier 'DBMS_SYSTEM.SET_EV' must be declared .. By default, DBMS_SYSTEM package is accessible only from SYS schema. Also there is no public synonym created for this package. So, the solution is to create the public synonym and grant "execute" privilege on DBMS_SYSTEM package to all database users or a specific user. eg., SQL CREATE PUBLIC SYNONYM dbms_system FOR dbms_system; Synonym created. SQL GRANT EXECUTE ON dbms_system TO APPS; Grant succeeded. - OR - SQL GRANT EXECUTE ON dbms_system TO PUBLIC; Grant succeeded. SQL alter package APPS.FND_TRACE compile body; Package body altered. Note that merely granting execute privilege is not enough -- creating the public synonym is as important to resolve this issue.

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  • Solaris Tips : Assembler, Format, File Descriptors, Ciphers & Mount Points

    - by Giri Mandalika
    .roundedcorner { border:1px solid #a1a1a1; padding:10px 40px; border-radius:25px; } .boxshadow { padding:10px 40px; box-shadow: 10px 10px 5px #888888; } 1. Most Oracle software installers need assembler Assembler (as) is not installed by default on Solaris 11.      Find and install eg., # pkg search assembler INDEX ACTION VALUE PACKAGE pkg.fmri set solaris/developer/assembler pkg:/developer/[email protected] # pkg install pkg:/developer/assembler Assembler binary used to be under /usr/ccs/bin directory on Solaris 10 and prior versions.      There is no /usr/ccs/bin on Solaris 11. Contents were moved to /usr/bin 2. Non-interactive retrieval of the entire list of disks that format reports If the format utility cannot show the entire list of disks in a single screen on stdout, it shows some and prompts user to - hit space for more or s to select - to move to the next screen to show few more disks. Run the following command(s) to retrieve the entire list of disks in a single shot. format 3. Finding system wide file descriptors/handles in use Run the following kstat command as any user (privileged or non-privileged). kstat -n file_cache -s buf_inuse Going through /proc (process filesystem) is less efficient and may lead to inaccurate results due to the inclusion of duplicate file handles. 4. ssh connection to a Solaris 11 host fails with error Couldn't agree a client-to-server cipher (available: aes128-ctr,aes192-ctr,aes256-ctr,arcfour128,arcfour256,arcfour) Solution: add 3des-cbc to the list of accepted ciphers to sshd configuration file. Steps: Append the following line to /etc/ssh/sshd_config Ciphers aes128-ctr,aes192-ctr,aes256-ctr,arcfour128,arcfour256,\ arcfour,3des-cbc Restart ssh daemon svcadm -v restart ssh 5. UFS: Finding the last mount point for a device fsck utility reports the last mountpoint on which the filesystem was mounted (it won't show the mount options though). The filesystem should be unmounted when running fsck. eg., # fsck -n /dev/dsk/c0t5000CCA0162F7BC0d0s6 ** /dev/rdsk/c0t5000CCA0162F7BC0d0s6 (NO WRITE) ** Last Mounted on /export/oracle ** Phase 1 - Check Blocks and Sizes ... ...

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  • emca fails with "Database instance is unavailable" though available

    - by Giri Mandalika
    The following example shows the symptoms of failure, and the exact error message. $ emca -repos create ... Password for SYSMAN user: Do you wish to continue? [yes(Y)/no(N)]: Y Nov 19, 2012 10:33:42 AM oracle.sysman.emcp.DatabaseChecks \ checkDbAvailabilityImpl WARNING: ORA-01034: ORACLE not available Nov 19, 2012 10:33:42 AM oracle.sysman.emcp.DatabaseChecks \ throwDBUnavailableException SEVERE: Database instance is unavailable. Fix the ORA error thrown and run EM Configuration Assistant again. Some of the possible reasons may be : 1) Database may not be up. 2) Database is started setting environment variable ORACLE_HOME with trailing '/'. Reset ORACLE_HOME and bounce the database. For eg. Database is started setting environment variable ORACLE_HOME=/scratch/db/ . Reset ORACLE_HOME=/scratch/db and bounce the database. Fix: Ensure that the ORACLE_HOME is pointing to the right location in $ORACLE_HOME/bin/emca file. Rather than installing from scratch, if ORACLE_HOME was copied over from another location, likely it results in wrong location for ORACLE_HOME in several Enterprise Manager (EM) specific scripts and files. It usually happens when the directory structure on the target machine is not identical to the structure on the original/source machine, including the top level directory location where Oracle RDBMS was installed properly using the installer.

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  • Consolidating Oracle E-Business Suite R12 on Oracle's SPARC SuperCluster

    - by Giri Mandalika
    Oracle Optimized Solution for Oracle E-Business Suite (EBS) R12 12.1.3 is now available on oracle.com. The Oracle Optimized Solution for Oracle E-Business Suite This solution uses the SPARC SuperCluster T4-4, Oracle’s first multi-purpose engineered system.  Download the free business and technical white papers which provide significant relevant information and resources.  What is an Optimized Solution? Oracle Optimized Solutions are fully documented architectures that have been thoroughly tested, tuned and optimized for performance and availability across the entire stack on a target platform. The technical white paper details the deployed application architecture along with various observations from installing the application on target platform to its behavior and performance in highly available and scalable configurations. Oracle E-Business Suite R12 and Oracle Database 11g Multiple Oracle E-Business Suite  application modules were tested in this Oracle Optimized Solution -- Financials (online - Oracle Forms & Web requests), Order Management (online - Oracle Forms & Web requests) and HRMS (online - Web requests & payroll batch). Oracle Solaris Cluster and Oracle Real Application Cluster deliver the the high availability on this solution.  To understand the behavior of the architecture under peak load conditions, determine optimum utilization, verify the scalability of the solution and exercise high availability features, Oracle engineers tested the Oracle E-Business Suite and Oracle Database all running on a SPARC SuperCluster T4-4 engineered system. The test results are documented in the Oracle Optimized Solution white papers to provide general guidance for real world deployments.  Questions & Requests For more information, visit Oracle Optimized Solution for Oracle E-Business Suite page. If you are at a point where you would like to actually test a specific Oracle E-Business Suite application module on SPARC T4 systems or an engineered system such as SPARC SuperCluster, please contact Oracle Solution Center.

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  • Session Sharing with another User on *NIX and Windows

    - by Giri Mandalika
    Oracle Solaris Since Solaris is not widely known for its graphical interface, let's just focus on sharing a terminal session in read-only mode with another user on the same system. Here is an example. eg., % finger Login Name TTY Idle When Where root Super-User pts/1 Sat 16:57 dhcp-amer-vpn-rmdc-a sunperf ??? pts/2 4 Sat 16:41 pitcher.sfbay.sun.com In this example, two users root and sunperf are connected to the same system from two different terminals pts/1 and pts/2 respectively. If the root user wants to show something to sunperf user -- what s/he is doing in her/his terminal, for example, it can be accomplished with the following command. script -a /dev/null | tee -a <target_terminal eg., # script -a /dev/null | tee -a /dev/pts/2 Script started, file is /dev/null # # uptime 5:04pm up 1 day(s), 2:56, 2 users, load average: 0.81, 0.81, 0.81 # # isainfo -v 64-bit sparcv9 applications crc32c cbcond pause mont mpmul sha512 sha256 sha1 md5 camellia kasumi des aes ima hpc vis3 fmaf asi_blk_init vis2 vis popc 32-bit sparc applications crc32c cbcond pause mont mpmul sha512 sha256 sha1 md5 camellia kasumi des aes ima hpc vis3 fmaf asi_blk_init vis2 vis popc v8plus div32 mul32 # # exit Script done, file is /dev/null After the script .. | tee .. command, sunperf user should be able to see the root user's stdin and stdout contents in her/his own terminal until the script session exits in root user's terminal. Since this kind of sharing is based on capturing and redirecting the contents to the target terminal, the users on the receiving end won't be able to see whatever is being edited on initiators' terminal [using editors such as vi]. Also it is not possible to share the session with any connected user on the system unless the initiator has the necessary permissions and privileges. The script utility records everything printed in a terminal session, while the tee utility replicates the contents of the screen capture on to the standard output of the target terimal. The tee utility does not buffer the output - so, the screen capture from the initiators' terminal appears almost right away in the target terminal. Though I never tested, this technique may work on all *NIX and Linux flavors with little or no changes. Also there might be other ways to accomplish this. [Thanks to Sujeet for sharing this tip] Microsoft Windows Most of the Windows users may rely on VNC services to share a desktop session. Another way to share the desktop session is to use the Remote Desktop Connection (RDC) client. Here are the steps. Connect to the target Windows system using Remote Desktop Connection client Launch Windows Task Manager Navigate to the "Users" tab Find the user session that you want to connect to and have full control over as the other user who is currently holding that session Select the user name in Windows Task Manager, right click and choose the option "Remote Control" A window pops up on the other user's session with the message "<USER is requesting to control your session remotely. Do you accept the request?" Once the other user says "Yes", you will be granted access to that session. Since then both users should be able to see the same screen and even control the session from their respective workstations.

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  • Consolidating Oracle E-Business Suite R12 on Oracle's SPARC SuperCluster

    - by Giri Mandalika
    An Optimized Solution for Oracle E-Business Suite (EBS) R12 12.1.3 is now available on oracle.com.     The Oracle Optimized Solution for Oracle E-Business Suite This solution was centered around the engineered system, SPARC SuperCluster T4-4. Check the business and technical white papers along with a bunch of relevant useful resources online at the above optimized solution page for EBS. What is an Optimized Solution? Oracle's Optimized Solutions are designed, tested and fully documented architectures that are tuned for optimal performance and availability. Optimized solutions are NOT pre-packaged, fully tuned, ready-to-install software bundles that can be downloaded and installed. An optimized solution is usually a well documented architecture that was thoroughly tested on a target platform. The technical white paper details the deployed application architecture along with various observations from installing the application on target platform to its behavior and performance in highly available and scalable configurations. Oracle E-Business Suite R12 Use Case Multiple E-Business Suite R12 12.1.3 application modules were tested in this optimized solution -- Financials (online - oracle forms & web requests), Order Management (online - oracle forms & web req uests) and HRMS (online - web requests & payroll batch). The solution will be updated with additional application modules, when they are available. Oracle Solaris Cluster is responsible for the high availability portion of the solution. Performance Data For the sake of completeness, test results were also documented in the optimized solution white paper. Those test results are mainly for educational purposes only. They give good sense of application behavior under the circumstances the application was tested. Since the major focus of the optimized solution is around highly available and scalable configurations, the application was configured to me et those criteria. Hence the documented test results are not directly comparable to any other E-Business Suite performance test results published by any vendor including Oracle. Such an attempt may lead to skewed, incorrect conclusions. Questions & Requests Feel free to direct your questions to the author of the white papers. If you are a potential customer who would like to test a specific E-Business Suite application module on any non-engineered syste m such as SPARC T4-X or engineered system such as SPARC SuperCluster, contact Oracle Solution Center.

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  • Bring 2 GB Large Pages to Solaris 10

    - by Giri Mandalika
    Few facts: 8 KB is the default page size on Oracle Solaris 10 and 11 as of this writing Both hardware and software must have support for 2 GB large pages SPARC T4 processors are capable of supporting 2 GB pages Oracle Solaris 11 kernel has in-built support for 2 GB pages Oracle Solaris 10 has no default support for 2 GB pages Memory intensive 64-bit applications may benefit the most from using 2 GB pages Prerequisites: OS: Oracle Solaris 10 8/11 (Update 10) or later Hardware: Oracle servers with SPARC T4 processors e.g., SPARC T4-1, T4-2 or T4-4, SPARC SuperCluster T4-4 Steps to enable 2 GB large pages on Oracle Solaris 10: Install the latest kernel patch or ensure that 147440-04 or later was installed Check the patch download instructions Add the following line to /etc/system and reboot set max_uheap_lpsize=0x80000000 Finally check the output of the following command when the system is back online pagesize -a eg., % pagesize -a 8192 <-- 8K 65536 <-- 64K 4194304 <-- 4M 268435456 <-- 256M 2147483648 <-- 2G % uname -a SunOS jar-jar 5.10 Generic_147440-21 sun4v sparc sun4v Also See: Solaris 9 or later: More performance with Large Pages (MPSS) Large page support for instructions (text) in Solaris 10 1/06 Solaris: How To Disable Out Of The Box (OOB) Large Page Support? Memory fragmentation / Large Pages on Solaris x86

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  • E-Business Suite : Role of CHUNK_SIZE in Oracle Payroll

    - by Giri Mandalika
    Different batch processes in Oracle Payroll flow have the ability to spawn multiple child processes (or threads) to complete the work in hand. The number of child processes to fork is controlled by the THREADS parameter in APPS.PAY_ACTION_PARAMETERS view. THREADS parameter The default value for THREADS parameter is 1, which is fine for a single-processor system but not optimal for the modern multi-core multi-processor systems. Setting the THREADS parameter to a value equal to or less than the total number of [virtual] processors available on the system may improve the performance of payroll processing. However on the down side, since multiple child processes operate against the same set of payroll tables in HR schema, database may experience undesired consequences such as buffer busy waits and index contention, which results in giving up some of the gains achieved by using multiple child processes/threads to process the work. Couple of other action parameters, CHUNK_SIZE and CHUNK_SHUFFLE, help alleviate the database contention. eg., Set a value for THREADS parameter as shown below. CONNECT APPS/APPS_PASSWORD UPDATE PAY_ACTION_PARAMETERS SET PARAMETER_VALUE = DESIRED_VALUE WHERE PARAMETER_NAME = 'THREADS'; COMMIT; (I am not aware of any maximum value for THREADS parameter) CHUNK_SIZE parameter The size of each commit unit for the batch process is controlled by the CHUNK_SIZE action parameter. In other words, chunking is the act of splitting the assignment actions into commit groups of desired size represented by the CHUNK_SIZE parameter. The default value is 20, and each thread processes one chunk at a time -- which means each child process inserts or processes 20 assignment actions at any time. When multiple threads are configured, each thread picks up a chunk to process, completes the assignment actions and then picks up another chunk. This is repeated until all the chunks are exhausted. It is possible to use different chunk sizes in different batch processes. During the initial phase of processing, CHUNK_SIZE number of assignment actions are inserted into relevant table(s). When multiple child processes are inserting data at the same time into the same set of tables, as explained earlier, database may experience contention. The default value of 20 is mostly optimal in such a case. Experiment with different values for the initial phase by +/-10 for CHUNK_SIZE parameter and observe the performance impact. A larger value may make sense during the main processing phase. Again experimentation is the key in finding the suitable value for your environment. Start with a large value such as 2000 for the chunk size, then increment or decrement the size by 500 at a time until an optimal value is found. eg., Set a value for CHUNK_SIZE parameter as shown below. CONNECT APPS/APPS_PASSWORD UPDATE PAY_ACTION_PARAMETERS SET PARAMETER_VALUE = DESIRED_VALUE WHERE PARAMETER_NAME = 'CHUNK_SIZE'; COMMIT; CHUNK_SIZE action parameter accepts a value that is as low as 1 or as high as 16000. CHUNK SHUFFLE parameter By default, chunks of assignment actions are processed sequentially by all threads - which may not be a good thing especially given that all child processes/threads performing similar actions against the same set of tables almost at the same time. By saying not a good thing, I mean to say that the default behavior leads to contention in the database (in data blocks, for example). It is possible to relieve some of that database contention by randomizing the processing order of chunks of assignment actions. This behavior is controlled by the CHUNK SHUFFLE action parameter. Chunk processing is not randomized unless explicitly configured. eg., Set chunk shuffling as shown below. CONNECT APPS/APPS_PASSWORD UPDATE PAY_ACTION_PARAMETERS SET PARAMETER_VALUE = 'Y' WHERE PARAMETER_NAME = 'CHUNK SHUFFLE'; COMMIT; Finally I recommend checking the following document out for additional details and additional pay action tunable parameters that may speed up the processing of Oracle Payroll.     My Oracle Support Doc ID: 226987.1 Oracle 11i & R12 Human Resources (HRMS) & Benefits (BEN) Tuning & System Health Checks Also experiment with different combinations of parameters and values until the right set of action parameters and values are found for your deployment.

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  • Speakers doesn't work properly on Ubuntu 12.10 but works fine on windows7

    - by giri
    I have recently upgraded my Ubuntu 12.04 to 12.10 version and find issues with my speakers as well as microphone.When I boot the system they doesn't work, but(don't know why) when I restart once or twice they work fine.There is no problem with my laptop(dell xps) as they work well on windows7. I have my sound settings as follows Hardware --- Built-in Audio 1 Outpu/1 Input Analog Stereo Duplex Input(Internal Microphone) & Output(Speakers) -----Built-in audio Analog Stereo Any suggestions to fix the problem??

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  • Oracle E-Business Suite Tip : SQL Tracing

    - by Giri Mandalika
    Issue: Attempts to enable SQL tracing from concurrent request form fails with error: Function not available to this responsibility. Change Responsibilities or contact your System Administrator Resolution: Switch responsibility to "System Administrator". Navigate to System - Profiles, and query for "%Diagnostics% ("Utilities : Diagnostics")". Once found the profile, change its value to "Yes". Restart web browser and try enabling SQL trace again.

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  • Speakers don't work in 12.10 but they work fine on windows7

    - by giri
    I have recently upgraded my Ubuntu 12.04 to 12.10 version and find issues with my speakers as well as microphone. When I boot the system they don't work, but(don't know why) when I restart once or twice they work fine. There is no problem with my laptop(dell xps) as they work well on windows7. I have my sound settings as follows Hardware --- Built-in Audio 1 Outpu/1 Input Analog Stereo Duplex Input(Internal Microphone) & Output(Speakers) -----Built-in audio Analog Stereo Any suggestions to fix the problem??

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  • Help me out in writing REGEX

    - by giri
    Hi I like to know how to write REGEX for the following code. <a href="/search?q=user:111111+[apple]" class="post-tag" title="show all posts by this user in 'apple'">Apple</a><span class="item-multiplier">&times;&nbsp;171</span><br> I just need to fetch Apple from the above source code. Can anybody help me out in writing REGEX. Thanks

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  • Regarding parser DOM and REGEX

    - by giri
    Hi I am writing an application in java I need to fetch specific data from website.I do not know which one to use whether REGEX or Parser.Can anybody please advise me how to get this done? and which one is prefered. Thanks

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  • how to accept valid e-mail id in text box?

    - by giri
    Hi I have designed a chat application using servlets and jsp. I have designed a page for user login, where I accept used id and his mail-id.How can i ensure that user has typed proper mail-id. I need a code to validate email-id.I mean for example user can not type anything in the text box.

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  • whats wrong with the following code

    - by giri
    Hi i am trying to send sms to my mobile using java.When I run the application I am getting the the follwing error. package HelloWorld; import java.io.*; import java.util.BitSet; import javax.comm.*; import java.lang.*; public class SerialToGsm { InputStream in; OutputStream out; String lastIndexRead; String senderNum; String smsMsg; SerialToGsm(String porta) { try { // CommPortIdentifier portId = CommPortIdentifier.getPortIdentifier("serial0"); CommPortIdentifier portId = CommPortIdentifier.getPortIdentifier(porta); SerialPort sp = (SerialPort)portId.open("Sms_GSM", 0); sp.setSerialPortParams(9600, SerialPort.DATABITS_8, SerialPort.STOPBITS_1, SerialPort.PARITY_NONE); sp.setFlowControlMode(sp.FLOWCONTROL_NONE); in = sp.getInputStream(); out = sp.getOutputStream(); // modem reset sendAndRecv("+++AT", 30); // delay for 20 sec/10 sendAndRecv("AT&F", 30); sendAndRecv("ATE0", 30); // echo off sendAndRecv("AT +CMEE=1", 30); // verbose error messages sendAndRecv("AT+CMGF=0", 70); // set pdu mode // sendAndRecv("AT V1E0S0=0&D2&C1", 1000000); } catch (Exception e) { System.out.println("Exception " + e); System.exit(1); } } private String sendAndRecv(String s, int timeout) { try { // clean serial port input buffer in.skip(in.available()); System.out.println("=> " + s); s = s + "\r"; // add CR out.write(s.getBytes()); out.flush(); String strIn = new String(); for (int i = 0; i < timeout; i++){ int numChars = in.available(); if (numChars > 0) { byte[] bb = new byte[numChars]; in.read(bb,0,numChars); strIn += new String(bb); } // start exit conditions // --------------------- if (strIn.indexOf(">\r\n") != -1) { break; } if (strIn.indexOf("OK\r\n") != -1){ break; } if (strIn.indexOf("ERROR") != -1) { // if find 'error' wait for CR+LF if (strIn.indexOf("\r\n",strIn.indexOf("ERROR") + 1) != -1) { break; } } Thread.sleep(100); // delay 1/10 sec } System.out.println("<= " + strIn); if (strIn.length() == 0) { return "ERROR: len 0"; } return strIn; } catch (Exception e) { System.out.println("send e recv Exception " + e); return "ERROR: send e recv Exception"; } } public String sendSms (String numToSend, String whatToSend) { ComputSmsData sms = new ComputSmsData(); sms.setAsciiTxt(whatToSend); sms.setTelNum(numToSend); // sms.setSMSCTelNum("+393359609600"); // SC fixed String s = new String(); s = sendAndRecv("AT+CMGS=" + (sms.getCompletePduData().length() / 2) + "\r", 30); // System.out.println("==> AT+CMGS=" + (sms.getCompletePduData().length() / 2)); // System.out.println("<== " + s); if (s.indexOf(">") != -1) { // s = sendAndRecv(sms.getSMSCPduData() + sms.getCompletePduData() + "\u001A"); // usefull one day? // System.out.println("Inviero questo >>>> " + sms.getCompletePduData()); // if this sintax won't work try remove 00 prefix s = sendAndRecv("00" + sms.getCompletePduData() + "\u001A", 150); // System.out.println("<== " + s); return s; } else { return "ERROR"; } } // used to reset message data private void resetGsmObj() { lastIndexRead = null; senderNum = null; smsMsg = null; } public String checkSms (){ String str = new String(); String strGsm = new String(); strGsm = sendAndRecv("AT+CMGL=0", 30); // list unread msg and sign them as read // if answer contain ERROR then ERROR if (strGsm.indexOf("ERROR") != -1) { resetGsmObj(); return strGsm; // error } strGsm = sendAndRecv("AT+CMGL=1", 30); // list read msg // if answer contain ERROR then ERROR if (strGsm.indexOf("ERROR") != -1) { resetGsmObj(); return strGsm; // error } // evaluate message index if (strGsm.indexOf(':') <= 0) { resetGsmObj(); return ("ERROR unexpected answer"); } str = strGsm.substring(strGsm.indexOf(':') + 1,strGsm.indexOf(',')); str = str.trim(); // remove white spaces // System.out.println("Index: " + str); lastIndexRead = str; // find message string // ------------------- // look for start point (search \r, then skip \n, add and one more for right char int startPoint = strGsm.indexOf("\r",(strGsm.indexOf(":") + 1)) + 2; int endPoint = strGsm.indexOf("\r",startPoint + 1); if (endPoint == -1) { // only one message endPoint = strGsm.length(); } // extract string str = strGsm.substring(startPoint, endPoint); System.out.println("String to be decoded :" + str); ComputSmsData sms = new ComputSmsData(); sms.setRcvdPdu(str); // SMSCNum = new String(sms.getRcvdPduSMSC()); senderNum = new String(sms.getRcvdSenderNumber()); smsMsg = new String(sms.getRcvdPduTxt()); System.out.println("SMSC number: " + sms.getRcvdPduSMSC()); System.out.println("Sender number: " + sms.getRcvdSenderNumber()); System.out.println("Message: " + sms.getRcvdPduTxt()); return "OK"; } public String readSmsSender() { return senderNum; } public String readSms() { return smsMsg; } public String delSms() { if (lastIndexRead != "") { return sendAndRecv("AT+CMGD=" + lastIndexRead, 30); } return ("ERROR"); } } ERROR: Error loading SolarisSerial: java.lang.UnsatisfiedLinkError: no SolarisSerialParallel in java.library.path Caught java.lang.UnsatisfiedLinkError: com.sun.comm.SolarisDriver.readRegistrySerial(Ljava/util/Vector;Ljava/lang/String;)I while loading driver com.sun.comm.SolarisDriver Exception javax.comm.NoSuchPortException

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  • Problem with relative path to image in XAML?

    - by Giri
    I am trying to reference a PNG file in my applications working directory through XAML with the following: <Image Name="contactImage"> <Image.Source> <BitmapImage UriSource="/Images/contact.png"> </Image.Source> </Image> Now in my code-behind I try to get the height of the image with contactImage.Source.Height This fails with System.IOException - cannot locate resource 'images/contact.png'. If I use something like PngBitmapDecoder p = new PngBitmapDecoder(new Uri("./Images/contact.png"), UriKind.Relative, BitmapCreateOptions.PreservePixelFormat, BitmapCacheOption.Default); Everything is happy. How can I reference an image in xaml to a path relative to the working deirectory of the app. BTW- this is being run on a remote machine (if that makes a difference). I have tried "./Images/contact.png" and ".\Images\contact.png" and several other combinations of back/forward slashes and dots. Here is the primary difference- Any time the file is referenced in XAML, it shows up as pack://aplication:,,, blah blah blah when I use the PngBitmapDecoder, it shows up correctly as "./Images/contact.png". How do I reference the image file in XAML and get it show a source as "./Images/contact.png" instead of a pack://application,,,blah blah blah?

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