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  • ModSecurity compile error on nginx

    - by user146481
    I'm trying to install ModSecurity on nginx with the following instructions : wget https://github.com/SpiderLabs/ModSecurity/archive/master.zip unzip master cd ModSecurity-master ./autogen.sh ./configure --enable-standalone-module And i got the following error : Checking plataform... Identified as Linux configure: looking for Apache module support via DSO through APXS configure: error: couldn't find APXS After installing httpd-devel httpd-devel and running ./configure --enable-standalone-module --with-apxs=/usr/sbin/apxs ; make modsecurity compile workes but still have another error of nginx compilation : ./configure --add-module=/usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity and i got this error : gcc -c -pipe -O -W -Wall -Wpointer-arith -Wno-unused-parameter -Werror -g -I src/core -I src/event -I src/event/modules -I src/os/unix -I /usr/include/apache2 -I /usr/include/apr-1.0 -I /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../standalone -I /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2 -I /usr/include/libxml2 -I objs -I src/http -I src/http/modules -I src/mail \ -o objs/addon/modsecurity/ngx_http_modsecurity.o \ /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/ngx_http_modsecurity.c In file included from /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/ngx_http_modsecurity.c:28: /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../standalone/api.h:20:23: error: http_core.h: No such file or directory /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../standalone/api.h:21:26: error: http_request.h: No such file or directory In file included from /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/modsecurity.h:37, from /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../standalone/api.h:23, from /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/ngx_http_modsecurity.c:28: /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/msc_logging.h:41:23: error: apr_pools.h: No such file or directory In file included from /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/modsecurity.h:38, from /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../standalone/api.h:23, from /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/ngx_http_modsecurity.c:28: /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/msc_multipart.h:26:25: error: apr_general.h: No such file or directory /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/msc_multipart.h:27:24: error: apr_tables.h: No such file or directory In file included from /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/modsecurity.h:38, from /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../standalone/api.h:23, from /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/ngx_http_modsecurity.c:28: /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/msc_multipart.h:44: error: expected specifier-qualifier-list before ‘apr_array_header_t’ /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/msc_multipart.h:65: error: expected specifier-qualifier-list before ‘apr_array_header_t’ cc1: warnings being treated as errors /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/msc_multipart.h:135: error: data definition has no type or storage class /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/msc_multipart.h:135: error: type defaults to ‘int’ in declaration of ‘apr_status_t’ /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/msc_multipart.h:135: error: expected ‘,’ or ‘;’ before ‘multipart_cleanup’ /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/msc_multipart.h:137: error: expected declaration specifiers or ‘...’ before ‘apr_table_t’ In file included from /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/modsecurity.h:39, from /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../standalone/api.h:23, from /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/ngx_http_modsecurity.c:28: /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/msc_pcre.h:41: error: expected ‘)’ before ‘*’ token /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/msc_pcre.h:45: error: expected ‘)’ before ‘*’ token In file included from /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/modsecurity.h:40, from /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../standalone/api.h:23, from /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/ngx_http_modsecurity.c:28: /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/msc_util.h:19:27: error: apr_file_info.h: No such file or directory In file included from /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/re.h:41, from /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/msc_util.h:29, from /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/modsecurity.h:40, from /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../standalone/api.h:23, from /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/ngx_http_modsecurity.c:28: /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/persist_dbm.h:21: error: data definition has no type or storage class /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/persist_dbm.h:21: error: type defaults to ‘int’ in declaration of ‘apr_table_t’ /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/persist_dbm.h:21: error: expected ‘,’ or ‘;’ before ‘*’ token /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/persist_dbm.h:24: error: expected declaration specifiers or ‘...’ before ‘apr_table_t’ In file included from /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/re.h:42, from /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/msc_util.h:29, from /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/modsecurity.h:40, from /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../standalone/api.h:23, from /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/ngx_http_modsecurity.c:28: /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/apache2.h:20:19: error: httpd.h: No such file or directory /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/apache2.h:21:24: error: ap_release.h: No such file or directory /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/apache2.h:24:26: error: apr_optional.h: No such file or directory In file included from /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/re.h:42, from /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/msc_util.h:29, from /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/modsecurity.h:40, from /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../standalone/api.h:23, from /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/ngx_http_modsecurity.c:28: /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/apache2.h:30: error: expected declaration specifiers or ‘...’ before ‘modsec_register_tfn’ /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/apache2.h:30: error: expected declaration specifiers or ‘...’ before ‘(’ token /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/apache2.h:30: error: data definition has no type or storage class /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/apache2.h:30: error: type defaults to ‘int’ in declaration of ‘APR_DECLARE_OPTIONAL_FN’ /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/apache2.h:31: error: expected declaration specifiers or ‘...’ before ‘modsec_register_operator’ /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/apache2.h:31: error: expected declaration specifiers or ‘...’ before ‘(’ token /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/apache2.h:31: error: data definition has no type or storage class /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/apache2.h:31: error: type defaults to ‘int’ in declaration of ‘APR_DECLARE_OPTIONAL_FN’ /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/apache2.h:32: error: expected declaration specifiers or ‘...’ before ‘modsec_register_variable’ /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/apache2.h:33: error: expected declaration specifiers or ‘...’ before ‘(’ token /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/apache2.h:32: error: data definition has no type or storage class /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/apache2.h:36: error: type defaults to ‘int’ in declaration of ‘APR_DECLARE_OPTIONAL_FN’ /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/apache2.h:37: error: expected declaration specifiers or ‘...’ before ‘modsec_register_reqbody_processor’ /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/apache2.h:37: error: expected declaration specifiers or ‘...’ before ‘(’ token /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/apache2.h:37: error: data definition has no type or storage class /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/apache2.h:37: error: type defaults to ‘int’ in declaration of ‘APR_DECLARE_OPTIONAL_FN’ In file included from /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/re.h:42, from /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/msc_util.h:29, from /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/modsecurity.h:40, from /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../standalone/api.h:23, from /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/ngx_http_modsecurity.c:28: /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/apache2.h:56: error: expected ‘)’ before ‘*’ token /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/apache2.h:58: error: expected ‘)’ before ‘*’ token /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/apache2.h:65: error: data definition has no type or storage class /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/apache2.h:65: error: type defaults to ‘int’ in declaration of ‘apr_status_t’ /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/apache2.h:65: error: expected ‘,’ or ‘;’ before ‘input_filter’ /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/apache2.h:68: error: data definition has no type or storage class /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/apache2.h:68: error: type defaults to ‘int’ in declaration of ‘apr_status_t’ /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/apache2.h:68: error: expected ‘,’ or ‘;’ before ‘output_filter’ /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/apache2.h:70: error: data definition has no type or storage class /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/apache2.h:70: error: type defaults to ‘int’ in declaration of ‘apr_status_t’ /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/apache2.h:70: error: expected ‘,’ or ‘;’ before ‘read_request_body’ /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/apache2.h:77: error: data definition has no type or storage class /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/apache2.h:77: error: type defaults to ‘int’ in declaration of ‘apr_status_t’ /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/apache2.h:77: error: expected ‘,’ or ‘;’ before ‘send_error_bucket’ /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/apache2.h:83: error: expected ‘)’ before ‘*’ token /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/apache2.h:85: error: expected ‘)’ before ‘*’ token /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/apache2.h:93: error: expected ‘)’ before ‘*’ token /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/apache2.h:95: error: expected ‘)’ before ‘*’ token In file included from /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/msc_util.h:29, from /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/modsecurity.h:40, from /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../standalone/api.h:23, from /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/ngx_http_modsecurity.c:28: /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/re.h:43:25: error: http_config.h: No such file or directory In file included from /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/msc_util.h:29, from /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/modsecurity.h:40, from /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../standalone/api.h:23, from /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/ngx_http_modsecurity.c:28: /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/re.h:59: error: expected declaration specifiers or ‘...’ before ‘apr_array_header_t’ /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/re.h:61: error: data definition has no type or storage class /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/re.h:61: error: type defaults to ‘int’ in declaration of ‘apr_status_t’ /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/re.h:61: error: expected ‘,’ or ‘;’ before ‘collection_original_setvar’ /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/re.h:63: error: expected declaration specifiers or ‘...’ before ‘apr_pool_t’ /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/re.h:67: error: expected ‘)’ before ‘*’ token /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/re.h:70: error: expected ‘)’ before ‘*’ token /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/re.h:75: error: expected declaration specifiers or ‘...’ before ‘apr_array_header_t’ /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/re.h:76: error: expected declaration specifiers or ‘...’ before ‘apr_pool_t’ /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/re.h:86: error: expected specifier-qualifier-list before ‘apr_pool_t’ /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/re.h:94: error: expected ‘)’ before ‘*’ token /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/re.h:101: error: expected specifier-qualifier-list before ‘apr_pool_t’ /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/re.h:111: error: data definition has no type or storage class /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/re.h:111: error: type defaults to ‘int’ in declaration of ‘apr_status_t’ /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/re.h:111: error: expected ‘,’ or ‘;’ before ‘msre_ruleset_process_phase’ /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/re.h:113: error: data definition has no type or storage class /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/re.h:113: error: type defaults to ‘int’ in declaration of ‘apr_status_t’ /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/re.h:113: error: expected ‘,’ or ‘;’ before ‘msre_ruleset_process_phase_internal’ /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/re.h:115: error: expected declaration specifiers or ‘...’ before ‘apr_pool_t’ /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/re.h:143: error: expected specifier-qualifier-list before ‘apr_ipsubnet_t’ /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/re.h:149: error: expected specifier-qualifier-list before ‘apr_array_header_t’ /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/re.h:189: error: expected ‘)’ before ‘*’ token /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/re.h:219: error: expected ‘)’ before ‘*’ token /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/re.h:235: error: expected specifier-qualifier-list before ‘fn_tfn_execute_t’ /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/re.h:239: error: expected declaration specifiers or ‘...’ before ‘fn_tfn_execute_t’ /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/re.h:258: error: expected declaration specifiers or ‘...’ before ‘apr_table_t’ /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/re.h:258: error: expected declaration specifiers or ‘...’ before ‘apr_pool_t’ /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/re.h:285: error: expected specifier-qualifier-list before ‘apr_table_t’ /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/re.h:341: error: expected declaration specifiers or ‘...’ before ‘*’ token /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/re.h:341: error: type defaults to ‘int’ in declaration of ‘apr_status_t’ /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/re.h:341: error: ‘apr_status_t’ declared as function returning a function /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/re.h:341: error: ‘apr_status_t’ redeclared as different kind of symbol /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/re.h:113: note: previous declaration of ‘apr_status_t’ was here /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/re.h:342: error: expected declaration specifiers or ‘...’ before ‘apr_pool_t’ /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/re.h:342: error: ‘fn_action_execute_t’ declared as function returning a function /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/re.h:369: error: expected specifier-qualifier-list before ‘fn_action_init_t’ /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/re.h:399: error: expected ‘)’ before ‘*’ token /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/re.h:403: error: expected declaration specifiers or ‘...’ before ‘apr_array_header_t’ /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/re.h:403: error: ‘msre_parse_vars’ declared as function returning a function /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/re.h:415: error: expected specifier-qualifier-list before ‘apr_size_t’ In file included from /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/modsecurity.h:40, from /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../standalone/api.h:23, from /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/ngx_http_modsecurity.c:28: /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/msc_util.h:54: error: expected ‘)’ before ‘*’ token /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/msc_util.h:62: error: expected ‘)’ before ‘*’ token /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/msc_util.h:66: error: expected ‘)’ before ‘*’ token /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/msc_util.h:68: error: expected ‘)’ before ‘*’ token /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/msc_util.h:70: error: expected ‘)’ before ‘*’ token /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/msc_util.h:74: error: expected ‘)’ before ‘*’ token /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/msc_util.h:76: error: expected ‘)’ before ‘*’ token /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/msc_util.h:82: error: expected ‘)’ before ‘*’ token /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/msc_util.h:88: error: expected ‘)’ before ‘*’ token /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/msc_util.h:90: error: expected ‘)’ before ‘*’ token /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/msc_util.h:92: error: expected ‘)’ before ‘*’ token /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/msc_util.h:100: error: expected ‘)’ before ‘*’ token /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/msc_util.h:102: error: expected ‘)’ before ‘*’ token /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/msc_util.h:104: error: expected ‘)’ before ‘*’ token /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/msc_util.h:106: error: expected ‘)’ before ‘*’ token /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/msc_util.h:108: error: expected ‘)’ before ‘*’ token /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/msc_util.h:110: error: expected ‘)’ before ‘*’ token /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/msc_util.h:112: error: expected ‘)’ before ‘*’ token /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/msc_util.h:114: error: expected ‘)’ before ‘*’ token /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/msc_util.h:128: error: expected ‘)’ before ‘*’ token /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/msc_util.h:132: error: expected ‘)’ before ‘*’ token /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/msc_util.h:136: error: expected ‘)’ before ‘*’ token /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/msc_util.h:140: error: data definition has no type or storage class /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/msc_util.h:140: error: type defaults to ‘int’ in declaration of ‘apr_fileperms_t’ /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/msc_util.h:140: error: expected ‘,’ or ‘;’ before ‘mode2fileperms’ /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/msc_util.h:144: error: expected declaration specifiers or ‘...’ before ‘apr_pool_t’ In file included from /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/modsecurity.h:41, from /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../standalone/api.h:23, from /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/ngx_http_modsecurity.c:28: /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/msc_xml.h:43: error: ‘xml_cleanup’ declared as function returning a function In file included from /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/modsecurity.h:42, from /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../standalone/api.h:23, from /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/ngx_http_modsecurity.c:28: /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/msc_geo.h:38:25: error: apr_file_io.h: No such file or directory In file included from /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/modsecurity.h:42, from /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../standalone/api.h:23, from /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/ngx_http_modsecurity.c:28: /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/msc_geo.h:58: error: expected specifier-qualifier-list before ‘apr_file_t’ In file included from /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/modsecurity.h:43, from /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../standalone/api.h:23, from /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/ngx_http_modsecurity.c:28: /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/msc_gsb.h:22:22: error: apr_hash.h: No such file or directory In file included from /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/modsecurity.h:43, from /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../standalone/api.h:23, from /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/ngx_http_modsecurity.c:28: /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/msc_gsb.h:25: error: expected specifier-qualifier-list before ‘apr_file_t’ In file included from /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/modsecurity.h:44, from /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../standalone/api.h:23, from /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/ngx_http_modsecurity.c:28: /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/msc_unicode.h:25: error: expected specifier-qualifier-list before ‘apr_file_t’ In file included from /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/modsecurity.h:46, from /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../standalone/api.h:23, from /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/ngx_http_modsecurity.c:28: /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/msc_crypt.h:34: error: expected ‘)’ before ‘*’ token In file included from /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../standalone/api.h:23, from /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/ngx_http_modsecurity.c:28: /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/modsecurity.h:48:23: error: ap_config.h: No such file or directory /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/modsecurity.h:49:21: error: apr_md5.h: No such file or directory /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/modsecurity.h:50:25: error: apr_strings.h: No such file or directory /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/../../apache2/modsecurity.h:54:22: error: http_log.h: No such file or directory /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/ngx_http_modsecurity.c:938: error: ‘ngx_http_modsecurity_ctx_t’ has no member named ‘req’ /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/ngx_http_modsecurity.c:938: error: too many arguments to function ‘ConvertNgxStringToUTF8’ /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/ngx_http_modsecurity.c:942: error: ‘ngx_http_modsecurity_ctx_t’ has no member named ‘req’ /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/ngx_http_modsecurity.c:944: error: ‘ngx_http_modsecurity_ctx_t’ has no member named ‘req’ /usr/local/src/john/ModSecurity-master/nginx/modsecurity/ngx_http_modsecurity.c:952: error: ‘modsecurity_read_body_cb’ undeclared (first use in this function) make[1]: *** [objs/addon/modsecurity/ngx_http_modsecurity.o] Error 1 make[1]: Leaving directory `/usr/local/src/john/nginx-1.2.5' make: *** [build] Error 2 Note : I'm using nginx as the only webserver and i do not have apache installed. OS : Centos 6 64bit How can i solve this problem And do you have another easy way to install modsecurity with nginx ?

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  • Probability algorithm: Finding probable correct item in a list (e.g John, John, Jon)

    - by Andrew White
    Hi, Take for example the list (L): John, John, John, John, Jon We are to presume one item is to be correct (e.g. John in this case), and give a probability it is correct. First (and good!) attempt: MostFrequentItem(L).Count / L.Count (e.g. 4/5 or 80% likelihood) But consider the cases: John, John, Jon, Jonny John, John, Jon, Jon I want to consider the likelihood of the correct item being John to be higher in the first list! I know I have to count the SecondMostFrequent Item and compare them. Any ideas? This is really busting my brain! Thx, Andrew

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  • Employee Engagement Q&A with John Brunswick

    - by Kellsey Ruppel
    As we are focusing this week on Employee Engagement, I recently sat down with industry expert and thought leader John Brunswick on the topic. Here is the Q&A dialogue we shared.  Q: How do you effectively engage employees to drive business value?A: Motivation, both extrinsic and intrinsic, combined with the relevancy of various channels to support it.  Beyond chaining business strategies like compensation models within an organization, engagement ultimately is most successful when driven by employee's motivations.  Business value derived from engagement through technical capabilities can be objectively measured through metrics like the rate and accuracy of problem solving for a given business function or frequency of innovation created.  Providing employees performing "knowledge work" with capabilities that allow them to perform work with a higher degree of accuracy in the same or ideally less time, adds value for that individual and in turn, drives their level of engagement to drive business value. Q: Organizations with high levels of employee engagement outperform the total stock market index by 22%. Can you comment on why you think this might be? A: Alignment through shared purpose.  Zappos is an excellent example of a culture that arguably has higher than average levels of employee engagement and it permeates every aspect of their organization – embodied externally through their customer experience.  I recently made my first purchase with them and it was obvious through their web experience, visual design, communication style, customer service and attention to detail down to green packaging, that they have an amazingly strong shared purpose.  The Zappos.com ‘About page’ outlines their "Family Core Values", the first three being "Deliver WOW Through Service, Embrace and Drive Change & Create Fun and A Little Weirdness" – all reflected externally in my interaction with them.  Strong shared purpose enables higher product and service experience, equating to a dedicated customer base, repeat purchases and expanded marketshare. Q: Have you seen any trends in the market regarding employee engagement? A: Some companies now see offering a form of social engagement similar to Facebook and LinkedIn as standard communication infrastructure like email or instant messaging.  Originally offered as standalone tools, the value is now seen when these capabilities are offered in an integrated fashion in the context of business entities.  An emerging area of focus is around employee activities related to their organization on external social platforms, implicitly creating external communities with employees acting on behalf of the brand and interacting with each other (e.g. Twitter).  Companies have reached a formal understand that this now established communication medium requires strategies allowing employees to engage.  I have personally met colleagues from Oracle, like Oracle User Experience Director Ultan O'Broin (@ultan), via Twitter before meeting first through internal channels. Q: Employee engagement is important, but what about engaging customers and partners? A: The last few years we have witnessed an interesting evolution from the novelty of self-service to expectations of "intelligent" self-service.  From a consumer standpoint, engagement can end up being a key differentiator, especially in mature markets.  Customers that perform some level of interaction with a brand develop greater affinity for the brand and have a greater probability of acting as an advocate.  As organizations move toward a model of deeper engagement, they must ensure that their business is positioned to support deeper relationships, offering potentially greater transparency. From a partner standpoint greater engagement can lead to new types of business opportunities, much in the way that Amazon.com offers a unified shopping experience that can potentially span various vendors.  This same model can be extended to blending services and product delivery models, based on a closeness not easily possible before increased capability of engagement mechanisms. Q: What types of solutions are available to successfully deliver employee engagement? A: Solutions enabling higher levels of engagement do so on the basis of relevancy.  This relevancy is generally supported by aspects of content management, social collaboration, business intelligence, portal and process management technologies.  These technologies can help deliver an experience tailored to a given role or process within an organization that applies equally to work that is structured or unstructured, appearing in the form of functionality as simple as an online employee directory search, knowledge communities supported by social collaboration, as well as more feature rich business intelligence dashboards and portals. Looking to learn more about how to effectively engage your employees? Check out this webcast, or read more from John Brunswick

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  • Ubuntu, User Accounts messed up

    - by Vor
    I need to fix Ubuntu Accounts some how but don't really see how it could be done. The problem is: files /etc/passwd and /etc/hostname and /etc/hosts where changed. /etc/passwd After John:x:1000:1000:John,,,:/home/serg:/bin/bash Befoure serg:x:1000:1000:John,,,:/home/serg:/bin/bash /etc/hosts After 127.0.0.1 localhost 127.0.1.1 John-The-Rippe Befoure 127.0.0.1 localhost 127.0.1.1 serg-Protege /etc/hostname After John-The-Ripper Befoure serg-PORTEGE-Z835 I was trying to simply changed this files but can not do this because permission denied. When I'm trying to login as a root I got this message: [email protected]:~$ sudo -s [sudo] password for John: John is not in the sudoers file. This incident will be reported The file sudoers is empty: [email protected]:~$ vi /etc/sudoers When I type users in cp: [email protected]:~$ users John John When I type id, I got this: [email protected]:~$ id uid=1000(John) gid=1000(serg) groups=1000(serg) This doesn't work eather: [email protected]:~$ usermod -l John serg usermod: user 'serg' does not exist [email protected]:~$ adduser serg adduser: Only root may add a user or group to the system. ater. Then I tried to go to the GRUB menu and from there log in as a root. I did this, but however When I tryed to create user serg, It gave me an error that group already exist. When I tried to change /etc/passwd it said 'permission denied' And this doens't do the trick: [email protected]:~$ visudo visudo: /etc/sudoers: Permission denied visudo: /etc/sudoers: Permission denied Also The last thing I tried to do is to create a bootable USB and reinstall ubuntu, however I can not open USB-Creator because it asked me a root passwd. But it doesn't work. HELP ME PLEASE =)))

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  • It's Coming: Chalk Talk with John

    - by Tanu Sood
    ...John Brunswick that is. Who is this John Brunswick, you ask? John Brunswick is an Enterprise Architect with Oracle. As an Oracle Enterprise Architect, John focuses on the alignment of technical capabilities in support of business vision and objectives, as well as the overall business value of technology. What's more he is pretty handy with animation and digital videos as you will see shortly. Starting tomorrow, we will host a bi-weekly column with John called "Chalk Talk with John". 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:0in; mso-para-margin-bottom:.0001pt; mso-pagination:widow-orphan; font-family:"Calibri","sans-serif"; mso-ascii- mso-ascii-theme-font:minor-latin; mso-fareast-font-family:"Times New Roman"; mso-fareast-theme-font:minor-fareast; mso-hansi- mso-hansi-theme-font:minor-latin; mso-bidi-font-family:"Times New Roman"; mso-bidi-theme-font:minor-bidi;} In our "Chalk Talk with John" series, John will leverage his skills, experience and expertise (& his passion in digital animation) to discuss technology in business terms or as he puts it "so my ma understands what I do for a living". Through this series, John will explore the practical value of Middleware in the context of two fictional communities, shared through analogies aligned to enterprise technology.  This format offers business stakeholders and IT a common language for understanding the benefits of technology in support of their business initiatives, regardless of their current level of technical knowledge. So, be sure to tune in tomorrow and every 2 weeks for "Chalk Talk with John".

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  • Chalk Talk with John: Business Value of Identity and Access Management

    - by John Brunswick
    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-family:"Calibri","sans-serif"; mso-ascii- mso-ascii-theme-font:minor-latin; mso-fareast-font-family:"Times New Roman"; mso-fareast-theme-font:minor-fareast; mso-hansi- mso-hansi-theme-font:minor-latin; mso-bidi-font-family:"Times New Roman"; mso-bidi-theme-font:minor-bidi;} Conveying the business value of Identity and Access Management to non technologists can potentially be challenging, especially considering the breadth capability supplied by these technologies. In this episode of Chalk Talk with John, Bob at Codeaway Valley asks Jim from Middleware Fields how they are able to manage access to buildings and facilities throughout their community. Bob and his team struggle to keep up with the needs of their community members, while ensuring the community’s safety. Jim shares his creative solution to simplifying the management of access throughout their community in Middleware Fields. 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-family:"Calibri","sans-serif"; mso-ascii- mso-ascii-theme-font:minor-latin; mso-fareast-font-family:"Times New Roman"; mso-fareast-theme-font:minor-fareast; mso-hansi- mso-hansi-theme-font:minor-latin; mso-bidi-font-family:"Times New Roman"; mso-bidi-theme-font:minor-bidi;} About me: Hi, I am John Brunswick, an Oracle Enterprise Architect. As an Oracle Enterprise Architect, I focus on the alignment of technical capabilities in support of business vision and objectives, as well as the overall business value of technology.  Before coming to Oracle, I was a Practice Manager within BEA System's Business Interaction Division consulting organization, orchestrating enterprise systems in support of line of business goals. Follow me on Twitter and visit my site for Oracle Fusion Middleware related tips.

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  • Silverlight TV with Myself, John Papa, Shawn Wildermuth and Ward Bell

    - by dwahlin
    I had the chance to go on a live episode of Channel 9 while at DevConnections and had a lot of fun chatting about various Silverlight topics and answering some fairly unique questions posted on Twitter.  Here’s more info on the episode from John Papa’s blog: John interviews a panel of 3 well known Silverlight leaders including Shawn Wildermuth, Dan Wahlin, and Ward Bell at the Silverlight 4 launch event. The guest panel answers questions sent in from Twitter about the features in Silverlight 4, thoughts on MVVM, and the panel members' experiences developing Silverlight. This is a great chance to hear from some of the leading Silverlight minds. These guys are all experts at building business applications with Silverlight. Relevant links: John's Blog and on Twitter (@john_papa) Shawn's Blog and on Twitter (@shawnwildermuth) Dan's Blog and on Twitter (@danwahlin) Ward's Blog and on Twitter (@wardbell) Silverlight Training Course on Channel 9 Follow us on Twitter @SilverlightTV or on the web at http://silverlight.tv You can see the episode online by clicking the image below:

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  • SQLAuthority News – Don’t Be Afraid To Fool The World – Video by John Sonmez

    - by Pinal Dave
    Sometime some words and statements grabs your attention and it is hard to stop thinking about that after a while. Something similar happened a few days ago when I read the twitter statement of my friend and Pluralsight author John Sonmez. He twitted few days ago very interesting statement. “I don’t know a single successful person, who doesn’t deep down think that have the world fooled. #fooltheworld” by John Sonmez. When I read it, I was extremely intrigued by this statement. I read it many times, I shared with my family and I just could not stop interpreting this statement. It was indeed fun to read it again and again and there are so many different meanings one can take away from the statement. I know John very well, he is a  wonderful person and have very positive energy for the life. I just had to request him to build a video around it. Right after 5 days of my request, John created a wonderful video around this subject. I watched it multiple times as it was a wonderful video. I am not going to write about what was in the video much as I suggest you to watch the video itself. Here is one of the personal stories I want to share which is absolutely relevant to this video. I think my story 100% resonant the story of John. A Real Story from My Past Three years ago, I submitted a session in one of the SharePoint conference as a SQL Server session. My session was accepted and I prepared it very well. I put more than 2 month’s time to prepare for the session and I was very excited to present the session. I reached to the event place traveling thousands of the miles and I was very much excited to present the session. However, there was a little mixed up in the session. There were multiple session which were similar to my session title. One of the other speakers also had proposed a database related session and was selected. When the material went to print the printing team got confused and by mistake swapped the sessions. The other speaker got Performance with SQL Server session and I had received Performance with SharePoint session. IT was indeed a big mixed up but now that is how it was in the event guide and it was marketed the same way everything in the event. A Big Mix Up I had to talk with the event organizer and we come to the conclusion that we all had good intention but things just got mixed up and now was the time when “The show must go on“. I had a great amount of hesitation to go and present the session as I had personally never worked with Sharepoint so close in my life and my session abstracted talked about SharePoint tricks in depth. Two hours before the session I took the help of one of my friend and installed the SharePoint on my box. He showed me a few things here and there but it was never a good enough time to learn everything which I wanted to learn. The Moments of Confidence I was very scared and nervous to go on the stage as a SharePoint was not something I felt comfortable. However, I decided to go on stage with confidence as a SharePoint expert. Though I did not know SharePoint at the best, I had confidence that whatever I know is correct and I will not misguide people. I had no intention to fool people but I had no intention to accept that I am a fool and you all wasted your time and money to dedicate your time to attend my session. I decided to be honest but at the same time decided to take the session beyond my expertise. The sixty minutes of the session went very fine and I was able to manage all the difficult question at a satisfactory level. When the session was over my feeling was that I would have not presented or talked any different if I had more knowledge of the SharePoint at that time. I think it was one of my best sessions and it was reflected in the session feedback as well. I was the best speaker across all the track and my session had highest ranking. I was delighted and I learned a very valuable lesson. I must go beyond my limits and knowledge. I must aim higher and work harder. I should not lie but I should have confidence that I have a good heart and I put 100% in my efforts.  Lessions Learned Since this incident I have learned a lot about SharePoint and I am now a regular speaker at various SharePoint conferences along with SQL Server sessions. I am motivated and I am not afraid. I know people have lots of expectation from me but I have learned not to judge myself before I do my best. I leave the judgement of my efforts to my audience. I do not take the burden of the feedback on me, even though I know my audience have expected from me. I know what I know and I put my best. I must go out, if I fail, I learn from my mistake but I must keep my progress trajectory very high. As John said in the video, sometime success is not something we can achieve 100% but we can keep on going near to it. As long as we do not lose our focus from our goal and do not deviate from our progress path, we are doing things right. Reference: Pinal Dave (http://blog.sqlauthority.com)  Filed under: About Me, PostADay, SQL, SQL Authority, SQL Query, SQL Server, SQL Tips and Tricks, T SQL, Technology

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  • Grails, app-engine, jpa - beginner having trouble with grails generate-all

    - by John
    I'm trying to learn about grails with Google App Engine and JPA by following a few tutorials: http://www.morkeleb.com/2009/08/12/grails-and-google-appengine-beginners-guide/ http://inhouse32.appspot.com/index.html http://grails.org/plugin/app-engine I've got grails 1.3.0 RC 2, and App Engine SDK 1.3.3, and I'm using Windows 7. The steps that I try are: grails create-app appname cd appname grails install-plugin app-engine. I answer jpa when asked about jdo/jpa. It appears to install the gorm-jpa plugin automatically, although the tutorials all suggest installing gorm-jpa manually. grails install-plugin gorm-jpa (just in case) grails create-domain-class test.Person Edit the grails-app/domain/test/Person.groovy to add name and address fields: package test import javax.persistence.*; // import com.google.appengine.api.datastore.Key; @Entity class Person implements Serializable { @Id @GeneratedValue(strategy = GenerationType.IDENTITY) Long id @Basic String name @Basic String address static constraints = { id visible:false } } grails generate-all test.Person I get errors during this final step: C:\Users\John\Workspaces\STS\appname>grails generate-all test.Person Welcome to Grails 1.3.0.RC2 - http://grails.org/ Licensed under Apache Standard License 2.0 Grails home is set to: C:\Users\John\Downloads\grails-1.3.0.RC2\grails-1.3.0.RC2 Base Directory: C:\Users\John\Workspaces\STS\appname Resolving dependencies... Dependencies resolved in 493ms. Running script C:\Users\John\Downloads\grails-1.3.0.RC2\grails-1.3.0.RC2\scripts\GenerateAll.groovy Environment set to development [copy] Copied 4 empty directories to 2 empty directories under C:\Users\John\.grails\1.3.0.RC2\projects\appname\resources [copy] Copied 4 empty directories to 2 empty directories under C:\Users\John\.grails\1.3.0.RC2\projects\appname\resources [copy] Copied 1 empty directory to 1 empty directory under C:\Users\John\.grails\1.3.0.RC2\projects\appname\resources [mkdir] Created dir: C:\Users\John\Workspaces\STS\appname\web-app\WEB-INF\classes [groovyc] Compiling 12 source files to C:\Users\John\Workspaces\STS\appname\web-app\WEB-INF\classes Note: C:\Users\John\.grails\1.3.0.RC2\projects\appname\plugins\gorm-jpa-0.7.1\src\java\org\grails\jpa\domain\JpaGrailsDomainClass.java uses or overrides a deprecated API. Note: Recompile with -Xlint:deprecation for details. Note: Some input files use unchecked or unsafe operations. Note: Recompile with -Xlint:unchecked for details. [groovyc] Compiling 8 source files to C:\Users\John\Workspaces\STS\appname\web-app\WEB-INF\classes [mkdir] Created dir: C:\Users\John\.grails\1.3.0.RC2\projects\appname\resources\grails-app\i18n [native2ascii] Converting 13 files from C:\Users\John\Workspaces\STS\appname\grails-app\i18n to C:\Users\John\.grails\1.3.0.RC2\projects\appname\resources\grails-app\i18n [mkdir] Created dir: C:\Users\John\.grails\1.3.0.RC2\projects\appname\resources\plugins\gorm-jpa-0.7.1\grails-app\i18n [mkdir] Created dir: C:\Users\John\.grails\1.3.0.RC2\projects\appname\resources\plugins\app-engine-0.8.10\grails-app\i18n [native2ascii] Converting 1 file from C:\Users\John\.grails\1.3.0.RC2\projects\appname\plugins\gorm-jpa-0.7.1\grails-app\i18n to C:\Users\John\.grails\1.3.0.RC2\projects\appname\resources\plugins\gorm -jpa-0.7.1\grails-app\i18n [native2ascii] Converting 1 file from C:\Users\John\.grails\1.3.0.RC2\projects\appname\plugins\app-engine-0.8.10\grails-app\i18n to C:\Users\John\.grails\1.3.0.RC2\projects\appname\resources\plugins\a pp-engine-0.8.10\grails-app\i18n [copy] Copying 1 file to C:\Users\John\Workspaces\STS\appname\web-app\WEB-INF\classes [copy] Copying 2 files to C:\Users\John\.grails\1.3.0.RC2\projects\appname\resources [copy] Copied 2 empty directories to 2 empty directories under C:\Users\John\.grails\1.3.0.RC2\projects\appname\resources [copy] Copying 1 file to C:\Users\John\.grails\1.3.0.RC2\projects\appname [mkdir] Created dir: C:\Users\John\Workspaces\STS\appname\web-app\plugins\app-engine-0.8.10 [copy] Copying 1 file to C:\Users\John\Workspaces\STS\appname\web-app\plugins\app-engine-0.8.10 [copy] Copying 1 file to C:\Users\John\Workspaces\STS\appname\web-app\WEB-INF [mkdir] Created dir: C:\Users\John\Workspaces\STS\appname\web-app\WEB-INF\lib [copy] Copying 64 files to C:\Users\John\Workspaces\STS\appname\web-app\WEB-INF\lib Configuring persistence for AppEngine [mkdir] Created dir: C:\Users\John\Workspaces\STS\appname\web-app\WEB-INF\classes\META-INF [copy] Copying 1 file to C:\Users\John\Workspaces\STS\appname\web-app\WEB-INF\classes\META-INF [mkdir] Created dir: C:\Users\John\Workspaces\STS\appname\web-app\WEB-INF\plugins\app-engine-0.8.10 [copy] Copying 2 files to C:\Users\John\Workspaces\STS\appname\web-app\WEB-INF\plugins\app-engine-0.8.10 [mkdir] Created dir: C:\Users\John\Workspaces\STS\appname\web-app\WEB-INF\plugins\gorm-jpa-0.7.1 [copy] Copying 2 files to C:\Users\John\Workspaces\STS\appname\web-app\WEB-INF\plugins\gorm-jpa-0.7.1 Packaging AppEngine jar files Enhancing JDO classes [enhance] DataNucleus Enhancer (version 1.1.4) : Enhancement of classes [enhance] DataNucleus Enhancer completed with success for 1 classes. Timings : input=589 ms, enhance=200 ms, total=789 ms. Consult the log for full details [groovyc] Compiling 1 source file to C:\Users\John\Workspaces\STS\appname\web-app\WEB-INF\classes [copy] Copying 1 file to C:\Users\John\.grails\1.3.0.RC2\projects\appname [copy] Copying 1 file to C:\Users\John\Workspaces\STS\appname\web-app\WEB-INF Configuring persistence for AppEngine Packaging AppEngine jar files Enhancing JDO classes [enhance] DataNucleus Enhancer (version 1.1.4) : Enhancement of classes [enhance] DataNucleus Enhancer completed with success for 1 classes. Timings : input=585 ms, enhance=28 ms, total=613 ms. Consult the log for full details Generating views for domain class test.Person ... java.lang.reflect.InvocationTargetException at SimpleTemplateScript1.run(SimpleTemplateScript1.groovy:43) at _GrailsGenerate_groovy.generateForDomainClass(_GrailsGenerate_groovy:85) at _GrailsGenerate_groovy$_run_closure1.doCall(_GrailsGenerate_groovy:50) at GenerateAll$_run_closure1.doCall(GenerateAll.groovy:42) at gant.Gant$_dispatch_closure5.doCall(Gant.groovy:381) at gant.Gant$_dispatch_closure7.doCall(Gant.groovy:415) at gant.Gant$_dispatch_closure7.doCall(Gant.groovy) at gant.Gant.withBuildListeners(Gant.groovy:427) at gant.Gant.this$2$withBuildListeners(Gant.groovy) at gant.Gant$this$2$withBuildListeners.callCurrent(Unknown Source) at gant.Gant.dispatch(Gant.groovy:415) at gant.Gant.this$2$dispatch(Gant.groovy) at gant.Gant.invokeMethod(Gant.groovy) at gant.Gant.executeTargets(Gant.groovy:590) at gant.Gant.executeTargets(Gant.groovy:589) Caused by: java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: org/hibernate/MappingException ... 15 more Caused by: java.lang.ClassNotFoundException: org.hibernate.MappingException at org.codehaus.groovy.tools.RootLoader.findClass(RootLoader.java:156) at java.lang.ClassLoader.loadClass(ClassLoader.java:307) at org.codehaus.groovy.tools.RootLoader.loadClass(RootLoader.java:128) at java.lang.ClassLoader.loadClass(ClassLoader.java:248) ... 15 more Error running generate-all: null What am I doing wrong?

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  • Grails, app-engine, jpa - TargetInvocationException

    - by John
    I'm trying to learn about grails with Google App Engine and JPA by following a few tutorials: http://www.morkeleb.com/2009/08/12/grails-and-google-appengine-beginners-guide/ http://inhouse32.appspot.com/index.html http://grails.org/plugin/app-engine I've got grails 1.3.0 RC 2, and App Engine SDK 1.3.3, and I'm using Windows 7. The steps that I try are: grails create-app appname cd appname grails install-plugin app-engine. I answer jpa when asked about jdo/jpa. It appears to install the gorm-jpa plugin automatically, although the tutorials all suggest installing gorm-jpa manually. grails install-plugin gorm-jpa (just in case) grails create-domain-class test.Person Edit the grails-app/domain/test/Person.groovy to add name and address fields: package test import javax.persistence.*; // import com.google.appengine.api.datastore.Key; @Entity class Person implements Serializable { @Id @GeneratedValue(strategy = GenerationType.IDENTITY) Long id @Basic String name @Basic String address static constraints = { id visible:false } } grails generate-all test.Person I get errors during this final step: C:\Users\John\Workspaces\STS\appname>grails generate-all test.Person Welcome to Grails 1.3.0.RC2 - http://grails.org/ Licensed under Apache Standard License 2.0 Grails home is set to: C:\Users\John\Downloads\grails-1.3.0.RC2\grails-1.3.0.RC2 Base Directory: C:\Users\John\Workspaces\STS\appname Resolving dependencies... Dependencies resolved in 493ms. Running script C:\Users\John\Downloads\grails-1.3.0.RC2\grails-1.3.0.RC2\scripts\GenerateAll.groovy Environment set to development [copy] Copied 4 empty directories to 2 empty directories under C:\Users\John\.grails\1.3.0.RC2\projects\appname\resources [copy] Copied 4 empty directories to 2 empty directories under C:\Users\John\.grails\1.3.0.RC2\projects\appname\resources [copy] Copied 1 empty directory to 1 empty directory under C:\Users\John\.grails\1.3.0.RC2\projects\appname\resources [mkdir] Created dir: C:\Users\John\Workspaces\STS\appname\web-app\WEB-INF\classes [groovyc] Compiling 12 source files to C:\Users\John\Workspaces\STS\appname\web-app\WEB-INF\classes Note: C:\Users\John\.grails\1.3.0.RC2\projects\appname\plugins\gorm-jpa-0.7.1\src\java\org\grails\jpa\domain\JpaGrailsDomainClass.java uses or overrides a deprecated API. Note: Recompile with -Xlint:deprecation for details. Note: Some input files use unchecked or unsafe operations. Note: Recompile with -Xlint:unchecked for details. [groovyc] Compiling 8 source files to C:\Users\John\Workspaces\STS\appname\web-app\WEB-INF\classes [mkdir] Created dir: C:\Users\John\.grails\1.3.0.RC2\projects\appname\resources\grails-app\i18n [native2ascii] Converting 13 files from C:\Users\John\Workspaces\STS\appname\grails-app\i18n to C:\Users\John\.grails\1.3.0.RC2\projects\appname\resources\grails-app\i18n [mkdir] Created dir: C:\Users\John\.grails\1.3.0.RC2\projects\appname\resources\plugins\gorm-jpa-0.7.1\grails-app\i18n [mkdir] Created dir: C:\Users\John\.grails\1.3.0.RC2\projects\appname\resources\plugins\app-engine-0.8.10\grails-app\i18n [native2ascii] Converting 1 file from C:\Users\John\.grails\1.3.0.RC2\projects\appname\plugins\gorm-jpa-0.7.1\grails-app\i18n to C:\Users\John\.grails\1.3.0.RC2\projects\appname\resources\plugins\gorm -jpa-0.7.1\grails-app\i18n [native2ascii] Converting 1 file from C:\Users\John\.grails\1.3.0.RC2\projects\appname\plugins\app-engine-0.8.10\grails-app\i18n to C:\Users\John\.grails\1.3.0.RC2\projects\appname\resources\plugins\a pp-engine-0.8.10\grails-app\i18n [copy] Copying 1 file to C:\Users\John\Workspaces\STS\appname\web-app\WEB-INF\classes [copy] Copying 2 files to C:\Users\John\.grails\1.3.0.RC2\projects\appname\resources [copy] Copied 2 empty directories to 2 empty directories under C:\Users\John\.grails\1.3.0.RC2\projects\appname\resources [copy] Copying 1 file to C:\Users\John\.grails\1.3.0.RC2\projects\appname [mkdir] Created dir: C:\Users\John\Workspaces\STS\appname\web-app\plugins\app-engine-0.8.10 [copy] Copying 1 file to C:\Users\John\Workspaces\STS\appname\web-app\plugins\app-engine-0.8.10 [copy] Copying 1 file to C:\Users\John\Workspaces\STS\appname\web-app\WEB-INF [mkdir] Created dir: C:\Users\John\Workspaces\STS\appname\web-app\WEB-INF\lib [copy] Copying 64 files to C:\Users\John\Workspaces\STS\appname\web-app\WEB-INF\lib Configuring persistence for AppEngine [mkdir] Created dir: C:\Users\John\Workspaces\STS\appname\web-app\WEB-INF\classes\META-INF [copy] Copying 1 file to C:\Users\John\Workspaces\STS\appname\web-app\WEB-INF\classes\META-INF [mkdir] Created dir: C:\Users\John\Workspaces\STS\appname\web-app\WEB-INF\plugins\app-engine-0.8.10 [copy] Copying 2 files to C:\Users\John\Workspaces\STS\appname\web-app\WEB-INF\plugins\app-engine-0.8.10 [mkdir] Created dir: C:\Users\John\Workspaces\STS\appname\web-app\WEB-INF\plugins\gorm-jpa-0.7.1 [copy] Copying 2 files to C:\Users\John\Workspaces\STS\appname\web-app\WEB-INF\plugins\gorm-jpa-0.7.1 Packaging AppEngine jar files Enhancing JDO classes [enhance] DataNucleus Enhancer (version 1.1.4) : Enhancement of classes [enhance] DataNucleus Enhancer completed with success for 1 classes. Timings : input=589 ms, enhance=200 ms, total=789 ms. Consult the log for full details [groovyc] Compiling 1 source file to C:\Users\John\Workspaces\STS\appname\web-app\WEB-INF\classes [copy] Copying 1 file to C:\Users\John\.grails\1.3.0.RC2\projects\appname [copy] Copying 1 file to C:\Users\John\Workspaces\STS\appname\web-app\WEB-INF Configuring persistence for AppEngine Packaging AppEngine jar files Enhancing JDO classes [enhance] DataNucleus Enhancer (version 1.1.4) : Enhancement of classes [enhance] DataNucleus Enhancer completed with success for 1 classes. Timings : input=585 ms, enhance=28 ms, total=613 ms. Consult the log for full details Generating views for domain class test.Person ... java.lang.reflect.InvocationTargetException at SimpleTemplateScript1.run(SimpleTemplateScript1.groovy:43) at _GrailsGenerate_groovy.generateForDomainClass(_GrailsGenerate_groovy:85) at _GrailsGenerate_groovy$_run_closure1.doCall(_GrailsGenerate_groovy:50) at GenerateAll$_run_closure1.doCall(GenerateAll.groovy:42) at gant.Gant$_dispatch_closure5.doCall(Gant.groovy:381) at gant.Gant$_dispatch_closure7.doCall(Gant.groovy:415) at gant.Gant$_dispatch_closure7.doCall(Gant.groovy) at gant.Gant.withBuildListeners(Gant.groovy:427) at gant.Gant.this$2$withBuildListeners(Gant.groovy) at gant.Gant$this$2$withBuildListeners.callCurrent(Unknown Source) at gant.Gant.dispatch(Gant.groovy:415) at gant.Gant.this$2$dispatch(Gant.groovy) at gant.Gant.invokeMethod(Gant.groovy) at gant.Gant.executeTargets(Gant.groovy:590) at gant.Gant.executeTargets(Gant.groovy:589) Caused by: java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: org/hibernate/MappingException ... 15 more Caused by: java.lang.ClassNotFoundException: org.hibernate.MappingException at org.codehaus.groovy.tools.RootLoader.findClass(RootLoader.java:156) at java.lang.ClassLoader.loadClass(ClassLoader.java:307) at org.codehaus.groovy.tools.RootLoader.loadClass(RootLoader.java:128) at java.lang.ClassLoader.loadClass(ClassLoader.java:248) ... 15 more Error running generate-all: null What am I doing wrong?

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  • Java Spotlight Episode 113: John Ceccarelli on Netbeans @JCeccarelli1

    - by Roger Brinkley
    Interview with John Ceccarelli on Netbeans. Right-click or Control-click to download this MP3 file. You can also subscribe to the Java Spotlight Podcast Feed to get the latest podcast automatically. If you use iTunes you can open iTunes and subscribe with this link:  Java Spotlight Podcast in iTunes. Show Notes News JCP Star Spec Leads 2012 Nominations open now until 31 December Java EE 7 Survey Results JavaFX for Tablets Survey JavaFX Scene Builder - Developer Preview Release Oracle JDK 7u10 released with new security features jtreg update, December 2012 Food For Tests: 7u12 Build b05, 8 b68 Preview Builds + Builds with Lambda & Type Annotation Support Developer Preview of Java SE 8 (with JavaFX) for ARM Project Nashorn: The Vote Is In Events Dec 20, 9:30am JCP Spec Lead Call December on Developing a TCK Jan 15-16, JCP EC Face to Face Meeting, West Coast USA Jan 14-17, IOUG, Redwood Shores Jan 29-31, Distributech,  San Diego Feb 2-3 FOSDEM, Brussels Feb 4-6 Jfokus, Sweden Feature Interview John Jullion-Ceccarelli is the head of engineering for the NetBeans open source project and for the VisualVM Java profiler. John started with Sun Microsystems in 2001 as a technical writer and has since held a variety of positions including technical publications manager, engineering manager, and NetBeans IDE 6.9 Release Boss. He recently relocated to the San Francisco Bay Area after 13 years living in Prague, the Czech Republic. What’s Cool Glassfish is 3 years old Arduino/Raspberry-Pi/JavaFX mash-up by Jose Pereda Early Access of Drombler FX for building modular JavaFX applications with OSGi and Maven Eclipse Modeling Framework Support coming for e(fx)clipse 8003562: Provide a command-line tool to find static dependencies Duke’s Choice Awards Winners LAD - includes JCP EC Member TOTVS London Java Community and SouJava jointly win JCP member of the year

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  • The Social Business Thought Leaders - John Hagel

    - by kellsey.ruppel
    While many European economies are on the brink of a recession between increasing taxation and mounting loss of jobs and bankruptcy filing rates, there's an understandable risk of losing sight of the deeper forces at play. Yet instead of surrendering to uncertainty and trying to survive in the short term, many organizations are feeling the urge to be better prepared to thrive in these complex times by developing a more articulated long term understanding of both the opportunities / challenges ahead. For example: What long-term economic, technological and societal changes are rolling out? Which foundational dynamics will affect our companies' performance, productivity, competition, and innovative potential in the upcoming decades? How will digital infrastructure change our business landscape? What kind of capabilities will be key to compete in a market shaped by growing turbulence, unpredictability and volatility? Breaking out from a strictly cyclical thinking, studies such as the Shift Index by John Hagel, Co-Chairman of the Center for the Edge at Deloitte & Touche (See Measuring the forces of long-term change - The 2009 Shift Index), depict a worrying performance challenge that affected every industry in the entire US economy over the last 45 years. Amidst a more than doubled competitive intensity of the market, and even with an improved labor productivity, the actual performance of US firms has consistently fallen to 25% of what it was in 1965. Most of this reported value is shifting from institutions and organizations to individuals, whether they are customers or young creative talent. To thrive in the digital economy and reverse declining performance trends, companies will have to fundamentally rethink their management approach by moving from knowledge stocks to knowledge flows, from scalable efficiency to scalable learning, from push organizations to pull organizations. Based on the outcomes of the Shift Index and on the book The Power of Pull, the first episode of the Social Business Thought-Leaders features John Hagel to provide strategic insights on how companies will succeed in the 21st century.

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  • John Hitchcock of Pace Describes the Oracle Agile PLM Customer Experience

    John Hitchcock, Senior Manager of Configuration Management at Pace (formerly 2Wire, Inc.), sat down for an interview during Oracle's Innovation Summit with Kerrie Foy, Manager of PLM Product Marketing at Oracle. Learn why his organization upgraded to the latest version of Agile and expanded the footprint to achieve impressive savings and productivity gains across the global, networked product value-chain.

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  • John Hitchcock of Pace Describes the Oracle Agile PLM Customer Experience

    John Hitchcock, Senior Manager of Configuration Management at Pace (formerly 2Wire, Inc.), sat down for an interview during Oracle's Innovation Summit with Kerrie Foy, Manager of PLM Product Marketing at Oracle. Learn why his organization upgraded to the latest version of Agile and expanded the footprint to achieve impressive savings and productivity gains across the global, networked product value-chain.

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  • John Hitchcock of Pace Describes the Oracle Agile PLM Customer Experience

    John Hitchcock, Senior Manager of Configuration Management at Pace (formerly 2Wire, Inc.), sat down for an interview during Oracle's Innovation Summit with Kerrie Foy, Manager of PLM Product Marketing at Oracle. Learn why his organization upgraded to the latest version of Agile and expanded the footprint to achieve impressive savings and productivity gains across the global, networked product value-chain.

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  • John Hitchcock of Pace Describes the Oracle Agile PLM Customer Experience

    John Hitchcock, Senior Manager of Configuration Management at Pace (formerly 2Wire, Inc.), sat down for an interview during Oracle's Innovation Summit with Kerrie Foy, Manager of PLM Product Marketing at Oracle. Learn why his organization upgraded to the latest version of Agile and expanded the footprint to achieve impressive savings and productivity gains across the global, networked product value-chain.

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  • John Hitchcock of Pace Describes the Oracle Agile PLM Customer Experience

    John Hitchcock, Senior Manager of Configuration Management at Pace (formerly 2Wire, Inc.), sat down for an interview during Oracle's Innovation Summit with Kerrie Foy, Manager of PLM Product Marketing at Oracle. Learn why his organization upgraded to the latest version of Agile and expanded the footprint to achieve impressive savings and productivity gains across the global, networked product value-chain.

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  • John Hitchcock of Pace Describes the Oracle Agile PLM Customer Experience

    John Hitchcock, Senior Manager of Configuration Management at Pace (formerly 2Wire, Inc.), sat down for an interview during Oracle's Innovation Summit with Kerrie Foy, Manager of PLM Product Marketing at Oracle. Learn why his organization upgraded to the latest version of Agile and expanded the footprint to achieve impressive savings and productivity gains across the global, networked product value-chain.

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  • John Hitchcock of Pace Describes the Oracle Agile PLM Customer Experience

    John Hitchcock, Senior Manager of Configuration Management at Pace (formerly 2Wire, Inc.), sat down for an interview during Oracle's Innovation Summit with Kerrie Foy, Manager of PLM Product Marketing at Oracle. Learn why his organization upgraded to the latest version of Agile and expanded the footprint to achieve impressive savings and productivity gains across the global, networked product value-chain.

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  • John Hitchcock of Pace Describes the Oracle Agile PLM Customer Experience

    John Hitchcock, Senior Manager of Configuration Management at Pace (formerly 2Wire, Inc.), sat down for an interview during Oracle's Innovation Summit with Kerrie Foy, Manager of PLM Product Marketing at Oracle. Learn why his organization upgraded to the latest version of Agile and expanded the footprint to achieve impressive savings and productivity gains across the global, networked product value-chain.

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  • John Hitchcock of Pace Describes the Oracle Agile PLM Customer Experience

    John Hitchcock, Senior Manager of Configuration Management at Pace (formerly 2Wire, Inc.), sat down for an interview during Oracle's Innovation Summit with Kerrie Foy, Manager of PLM Product Marketing at Oracle. Learn why his organization upgraded to the latest version of Agile and expanded the footprint to achieve impressive savings and productivity gains across the global, networked product value-chain.

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  • John Hitchcock of Pace Describes the Oracle Agile PLM Customer Experience

    John Hitchcock, Senior Manager of Configuration Management at Pace (formerly 2Wire, Inc.), sat down for an interview during Oracle's Innovation Summit with Kerrie Foy, Manager of PLM Product Marketing at Oracle. Learn why his organization upgraded to the latest version of Agile and expanded the footprint to achieve impressive savings and productivity gains across the global, networked product value-chain.

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  • John Hitchcock of Pace Describes the Oracle Agile PLM Customer Experience

    John Hitchcock, Senior Manager of Configuration Management at Pace (formerly 2Wire, Inc.), sat down for an interview during Oracle's Innovation Summit with Kerrie Foy, Manager of PLM Product Marketing at Oracle. Learn why his organization upgraded to the latest version of Agile and expanded the footprint to achieve impressive savings and productivity gains across the global, networked product value-chain.

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  • John Hitchcock of Pace Describes the Oracle Agile PLM Customer Experience

    John Hitchcock, Senior Manager of Configuration Management at Pace (formerly 2Wire, Inc.), sat down for an interview during Oracle's Innovation Summit with Kerrie Foy, Manager of PLM Product Marketing at Oracle. Learn why his organization upgraded to the latest version of Agile and expanded the footprint to achieve impressive savings and productivity gains across the global, networked product value-chain.

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