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  • how to create xampp mysql remote connection within my office ,

    - by Ranjit Kumar
    Before asking this question : i have gone through this link How do I allow remote access to mysql using xampp? But i couldnt make it up !!! i have installed xampp using xamppinstaller.exe and its version is 3.1.0. i am heidisql Gui for database managament i tried the same by changing the # bind-address from "127.0.0.1" to my system ip address as # bind-address to "192.168.1.69" After changing and restarting my xampp mysql i went to other system and tried to login (hedisql) with the hostname 192.168.1.69 and it gave me an error saying Error 1130(0000): host' ....' is not allowed to connect to this mysql server. what should i do please help me !!

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  • How to delete corrupt folder?

    - by Ram Kumar
    I have a folder on the desktop which is about 1.6 GB in size. When I try to open it I get a message like this: The file or directory is corrupt or unreadable Fortunately, I have a backup of that folder so I want to get rid of this folder. If I try to delete it, it fails to delete however I can rename the folder, move it and do whatever except deletion. I've tried various methods but could not succeed. I am using Windows 8.1 Pro.

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  • After few days of server running fine with nginx it start throwing 499 and 502

    - by Abhay Kumar
    Nginx start throwing 499 and 502 after running fine for few days, website is a rails app using thin as the webserver. Restarting the Nginx doent not seem to help. Below the the Nginx config Nginx config under sites-enabled upstream domain1 { least_conn; server 127.0.0.1:3009; server 127.0.0.1:3010; server 127.0.0.1:3011; } server { listen 80; # default_server; server_name xyz.com *.xyz.com; client_max_body_size 5M; access_log /home/ubuntu/www/xyz/current/log/access.log; root /home/ubuntu/www/xyz/current/public/; index index.html; location / { proxy_set_header X-Real-IP $remote_addr; proxy_set_header X-Forwarded-For $proxy_add_x_forwarded_for; proxy_set_header Host $http_host; proxy_redirect off; proxy_read_timeout 150; if (!-f $request_filename) { proxy_pass http://domain1; break; } } }

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  • Monitor status while using VNC

    - by kumar
    So after connecting to a vnc server via vnc viewer to my desktop (remotely), Is it possible to know whether the monitor connected to the CPU is switched ON or not. Simply put, from command prompt how do you know whether monitor is ON/OFF from command line. Here, Basically I am bit worried about privacy as my monitor can be viewed by anyone while accessed remotely. Any solution? Obviously there is a option to switch off the monitor while starting the vnc server at remote side but I am looking for a better solution to control monitor(possible??) remotely. Thanks!

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  • Today's Links (6/29/2011)

    - by Bob Rhubart
    Event-Driven SOA: Events meet Services | Guido Schmutz Oracle ACE Director Guido Schmutz shows you how to achieve extreme loose coupling within a Service-Oriented Architecture by using event-driven interactions. Misconceptions About Software Architecture | Sanjeev Kumar A concise, to-the-point, and informative article by Sanjeev Kumar. Good Leaders Acknowledge What Can't Be Done - Jeffrey Pfeffer - Harvard Business Review "None of us likes to admit to bad decisions," says Jeffrey Pfeffer. "But imagine how much harder that is for someone who has been chosen to lead a large organization precisely because he or she is thought to have the power to see the future more clearly and chart a wise course." Suboptimal Thinking within Enterprise Architecture | James McGovern McGovern says: "We need to remember that enterprises live and thrive beyond just the current person at the helm." Boundaryless Information Flow | Richard Veryard "If all the boundaries are removed or porous, then the (extended) enterprise or ecosystem becomes like a giant sponge, in which all information permeates the whole," Veryard says. "Some people may think that's a good idea, but it's not what I'd call loose coupling." Coming to a City Near You: Oracle Business Analytics Summits | Rob Reynolds This series of events includes a Technology and Architecture track. New Date for Implementation of Sun Hands-On Course Requirement (Oracle Certification) As announced on the Oracle Certification website, Java Architect, Java Developer, Solaris System Administrator and Solaris Security Administrator certification tracks will include a new mandatory course attendance requirement. VirtualBox 4.0.10 is now available for download | Bob Netherton Netherton shares information on the new release. Updated Technical Best Practices whitepaper | Anthony Shorten The Technical Best Practices whitepaper has been updated with the latest advice. "New advice includes new installation advice, advanced settings, new security settings and advice for both Oracle WebLogic and IBM WebSphere installations," says Shorten. Kscope 11 ADF, AIA and Business Rules | Peter Paul van de Beek Whitehorses Solution Architect Peter Paul van de Beek shares his impressions of KScope11 presentations by Markus Eisele, Sten Vesterli, and Edwin Biemond. Amazon AWS for the learning experience | Andrej Koelewijn "Using AWS changes your expectations how your internal data center should operate," says Koelewijn. BPMN is dead, long live BPEL! (SOA Partner Community Blog) Jürgen Kress shares information -- including a long list of speakers -- for the SOA & BPM Integration Days 2011 conference, October 12th & 13th 2011 in Düsseldorf. InfoQ: HTML5 and the Dawn of Rich Mobile Web Applications James Pearce introduces cross-platform web apps development using HTML5 and web frameworks, such as jQTouch, jQuery Mobile, Sencha Touch, PhoneGap, outlining what makes a good framework. InfoQ: Interview and Book Excerpt: CMMI for Development "Frameworks like TOGAF are used to define an architecture that aligns IT assets and resources to support key business needs and processes of key stakeholders," says SEI's Mike Konrad. "But the individual application systems, capabilities, services, networks, and other IT assets and infrastructure still need to be acquired, developed, or sustained." InfoQ: Architecting a Cloud-Scale Identity Fabric | Eric Olden "The most cited reason for not moving to the cloud is concern about security," says Olden. "In particular, managing user identity and access in the cloud is a tough problem to solve and a big security concern for organizations."

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  • SQL SERVER – SQL Server Misconceptions and Resolution – A Practical Perspective – TechEd 2012 India

    - by pinaldave
    TechEd India 2012 is just around the corner and I will be presenting there in two different sessions. On the very first day of this event, my presentation will be all about SQL Server Misconceptions and Resolution – A Practical Perspective. The dictionary tells us that a “misconception” means a view or opinion that is incorrect and is based on faulty thinking or understanding. In SQL Server, there are so many misconceptions. In fact, when I hear some of these misconceptions, I feel like fainting at that very moment! Seriously, at one time, I came across the scenario where instead of using INSERT INTO…SELECT, the developer used CURSOR believing that cursor is faster (duh!). Here is the link the blog post related to this. Pinal and Vinod in 2009 I have been presenting in TechEd India for last three years. This is my fourth opportunity to present a technical session on SQL Server. Just like the previous years, I decided to present something different. Here is a novelty of this year: I will be presenting this session with Vinod Kumar. Vinod Kumar and I have a great synergy when we work together. So far, we have written one SQL Server Interview Questions and Answers book and 2 video courses: (1) SQL Server Questions and Answers (2) SQL Server Performance: Indexing Basics. Pinal and Vinod in 2011 When we sat together and started building an outline for this course, we had many options in mind for this tango session. However, we have decided that we will make this session as lively as possible while keeping it natural at the same time. We know our flow and we know our conversation highlight, but we do not know what exactly each of us is going to present. We have decided to challenge each other on stage and push each other’s knowledge to the verge. We promise that the session will be entertaining with lots of SQL Server trivia, tips and tricks. Here are the challenges that I’ll take on: I will puzzle Vinod with my difficult questions I will present such misconception that Vinod will have no resolution for it. I need your help.  Will you help me stump Vinod? If yes, come and attend our session and join me to prove that together we are superior (a friendly brain clash, but we must win!). SQL Server enthusiasts and SQL Server fans are going to have gala time at #TechEdIn as we have a very solid lineup of the speaker and extremely interesting sessions at TechEdIn. Read the complete blog post of Vinod. Session Details Title: SQL Server Misconceptions and Resolution – A Practical Perspective (Add to Calendar) Abstract: “Earth is flat”! – An ancient common misconception, which has been proven incorrect as we progressed in modern times. In this session we will see various database misconceptions prevailing and their resolution with the aid of the demos. In this unique session audience will be part of the conversation and resolution. Date and Time: March 21, 2012, 15:15 to 16:15 Location: Hotel Lalit Ashok - Kumara Krupa High Grounds, Bengaluru – 560001, Karnataka, India. Add to Calendar Please submit your questions in the comments area and I will be for sure discussing them during my session. If I pick your question to discuss during my session, here is your gift I commit right now – SQL Server Interview Questions and Answers Book. Reference: Pinal Dave (http://blog.sqlauthority.com) Filed under: PostADay, SQL, SQL Authority, SQL Interview Questions and Answers, SQL Performance, SQL Query, SQL Server, SQL Tips and Tricks, T SQL, Technology Tagged: TechEd, TechEdIn

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  • Silverlight Cream for May 08, 2010 -- #858

    - by Dave Campbell
    In this Issue: Phil Middlemiss, Jaime Rodriguez, Senthil Kumar, Mike Snow, DaveDev, Gergely Orosz, Kirupa, Cheryl Simmons, András Velvárt, Dan Wahlin, Michael D. Brown, and Ben Rush. Shoutouts: Erik Mork and crew have their latest up: This Week In Silverlight – Where’s the Tablet? Chris Rouw has a good link post and instructions on WCF RIA services: Deploying and Configuring Silverlight 4 and WCF RIA Services From SilverlightCream.com: Quick and Easy Sscalable Rounded Bevels Phil Middlemiss duplicates some bevel-edged rectangles in Blend, and they look great. Now you don't have to import all the other PhotoShop bits to get those things looking the way you want! A transparent Windows PHONE FAQ Jaime Rodriguez combined a bunch of information into a WP7 FAQ that he's going to keep up to date, so bookmark the page. He also has links to the Training Kit, on and offline versions. Windows Phone Developer Training Kit April Refresh is now available for Download Thanks to Senthil Kumar, I found out there is an April refresh of the WP7 Training kit at Channel 9 -- go get yours now --- I'll still be here when you get back! Silverlight Tip of the Day #16 – Working with IgnoreImageCache Mike Snow's Tip of the day #16 covers IgnoreImageCache and like many other things in life, until you read Mike's post you may be surprised at how it works. DoodlePad – A fun, free, sketching application for Windows Phone 7 DaveDev has a new WP7 App up that lets you or your kids 'Doodle' on the phone... could be a note, or could be a drawing... good post with all the links you need to get this cranked up on the emulator. Printing in Silverlight: Printing Charts and Auto Scaling Gergely Orosz's latest post is a very useful one on auto-scaling charts to fit a printed page and then getting them to print. Smoothly Scrolling a ListBox Check out the smooth scrolling Kirupa has on the ListBox near the top of his post... all good stuff... you wanna know how to do that! Plus... it's dead simple and all in Blend :) http://www.sparklingclient.com/wheres-the-silverlight-tablet/ Cheryl Simmons has a great tip up at the SilverlightSDK if you haven't burned through to figure it out yet ... changing the watermark on a DatePicker control... looks great! The story of a wicked bug András Velvárt tells a story of a bug that just defied logic or being found. Read how he tracked it down and what it actually was... could save you some time. Story learned: if I have a problem that bad, I'm calling András :) Text Trimming in Silverlight 4 Dan Wahlin gives a quick run-through of what TextBox trimming is, and then by a good real example... check it out and start using it in your projects. Enterprise Patterns with WCF RIA Services Michael D. Brown has an article in MSDN Magazine on RIA Services. Great information and link-packed article, with all the source avialable for download. Building Custom Players with the Silverlight Media Framework Ben Rush has a nice long tutorial on the Silverlight Media Framework up on the MSDN Magazine site ... lots of information in there. Stay in the 'Light! Twitter SilverlightNews | Twitter WynApse | WynApse.com | Tagged Posts | SilverlightCream Join me @ SilverlightCream | Phoenix Silverlight User Group Technorati Tags: Silverlight    Silverlight 3    Silverlight 4    Windows Phone MIX10

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  • Silverlight Cream for January 13, 2011 -- #1026

    - by Dave Campbell
    In this Issue: András Velvárt, Tony Champion, Joost van Schaik, Jesse Liberty, Shawn Wildermuth, John Papa, Michael Crump, Sacha Barber, Alex Knight, Peter Kuhn, Senthil Kumar, Mike Hole, and WindowsPhoneGeek. Above the Fold: Silverlight: "Create Custom Speech Bubbles in Silverlight." Michael Crump WP7: "Architecting WP7 - Part 9 of 10: Threading" Shawn Wildermuth Expression Blend: "PathListBox: Text on the path" Alex Knight From SilverlightCream.com: Behaviors for accessing the Windows Phone 7 MarketPlace and getting feedback András Velvárt shares almost insider information about how to get some user interaction with your WP7 app in the form of feedback ... he has 4 behaviors taken straight from his very cool SufCube app that he's sharing. Reloading a Collection in the PivotViewer Tony Champion keeps working with the PivotViewer ... this time discussing the fact that you can't Reload or Refresh the current collection from the server ... at least not initially, but he did find one :) Tombstoning MVVMLight ViewModels with SilverlightSerializer on Windows Phone 7 Joost van Schaik takes a shot at helping us all with Tombstoning a WP7 app... he's using Mike Talbot's SilverlightSerializer and created extension methods for it for tombstoning that he's willing to share with us. Windows Phone From Scratch #17: MVVM Light Toolkit Soup To Nuts Part 2 Jesse Liberty is up to Part 17 in his WP7 series, and this is the 2nd post on MVVMLight and WP7, and is digging into behaviors. Architecting WP7 - Part 9 of 10: Threading Shawn Wildermuth is up to part 9 of 10 in his series on Architecting WP7 apps. This episode finds Shawn discussing Threading ... know how to use and choose between BackgroundWorker and ThreadPool? ... Shawn will explain. Silverlight TV 57: Performance Tuning Your Apps In the latest Silverlight TV, John Papa chats with Mike Cook about tuning your Silverlight app to get the performance up there where your users will be happy. Create Custom Speech Bubbles in Silverlight. Michael Crump's already gotten a lot of airplay out of this, but it's so cool.. comic-style callout shapes without using the dlls that you normally would... in other words, paths, and very cool hand-drawn looks on some too... very cool, Michael! Showcasing Cinch MVVM framework / PRISM 4 interoperability Sacha Barber has a post up on CodeProject that demonstratest using Cinch and Prism4 together... handily using MEF since Cinch relies on MEFedMVVM... this is a heck of a post... lots of code, lots of explanations. PathListBox: Text on the path Alex Knight keeps making this PathListBox series better ... this time he is putting text on the path... moving text... too cool, Alex! Windows Phone 7: Pinch Gesture Sample Peter Kuhn digs into the WP7 toolkit and examines GestureListener, pinch events, and clipping... examples and code supplied. How to change the StartPage of the Windows Phone 7 Application in Visual Studio 2010 ? Senthil Kumar discusses how to change the StartPage of your WP7 app, or get the program running if you happen to move or rename MainPage.xaml WP7 Text Boxes – OnEnter (my 1st Behaviour) Mike Hole has a post up about the issue with the keyboard appearing in front of the textbox, and maybe using the enter key to drop it... and he's developed a behavior for that process. WP7 ContextMenu in depth | Part1: key concepts and API WindowsPhoneGeek has some good articles that I haven't posted, but I'll catch up. This one is a nice tutorial on the WP7 Context menu... good explanation, diagrams, and code. Stay in the 'Light! Twitter SilverlightNews | Twitter WynApse | WynApse.com | Tagged Posts | SilverlightCream Join me @ SilverlightCream | Phoenix Silverlight User Group Technorati Tags: Silverlight    Silverlight 3    Silverlight 4    Windows Phone MIX10

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  • Silverlight Cream for November 13, 2011 -- #1166

    - by Dave Campbell
    In this Issue: Pontus Wittenmark, Jeff Blankenburg(-2-), Colin Eberhardt, Charles Petzold, Dhananjay Kumar, Igor, Beth Massi, Kunal Chowdhury(-2-), Shawn Wildermuth, XAMLNinja, and Peter Kuhn(-2-). Above the Fold: Silverlight: "Silverlight Page Navigation Framework - Learn about UriMapper" Kunal Chowdhury WP7: "31 Days of Mango" Jeff Blankenburg WinRT/Metro/W8: "An Introduction to Semantic Zoom in Windows 8 Metro" Colin Eberhardt LightSwitch: "Common Validation Rules in LightSwitch Business Applications" Beth Massi Shoutouts: Michael Palermo's latest Desert Mountain Developers is up Michael Washington's latest Visual Studio #LightSwitch Daily is up From SilverlightCream.com: 10 tips about porting Silverlight apps to WinRT/Metro style apps (Part 1) Pontus Wittenmark spent some time porting his Silverlight game to WinRT and says it was easier than expected. He has posted 10 tips for porting... and promises more 31 Days of Mango Looks like Jeff Blankenburg started another 31 days series... this one on Mango dev... and looks like I'm late to the party, but that's ok, gives me more stuff to blog about... this time you can get the posts by email, and he has a hashtag for discussion too 31 Days of Mango | Day #1: The New Windows Phone Emulator Tools Day 1 of Jeff Blankenburg's journey is this post on what's new in the emulator tools. An Introduction to Semantic Zoom in Windows 8 Metro This is Colin Eberhardt's latest ... getting familiar with semantic zoom oin Metro by creating a WP7-stylke jumplist experience.... check out the video on his blogpost for a better idea of what he's up to .NET Streams and Windows 8 IStreams In his first real post on his new series writing an EPUB viewer for W8, Charles Petzold described using IInputStream to get the contents of a disk file... and source for the project in progress Video on How to work with Page Navigation and Back Button in Windows Phone 7 Dhananjay Kumar has a video tutorial up on Page Navigation and Back Button usage in WP7 Screen capture to media library instead of isolated storage Igor discusses a class that lets you save screen captures for use in your application and also saving them to the media library on the phone Common Validation Rules in LightSwitch Business Applications Beth Massi's latest is this LightSwitch post on Validation rules... showing how to define declarative rules and also write custom validation code. Silverlight Page Navigation Framework - Learn about UriMapper Kunal Chowdhury continues his Page Navigation discussion with this post on the UriMapper, and how to hide the actual URL of the page you're navigating to How to use PlaySoundAction Behavior in WP7 Application? Kunal Chowdhury also has this post up on using the PlaySoundAction Behavior in WP7 ... nice tutorial on using Blend to get the job done What Win8 Should Learn from Windows Phone After spending time with Windows 8, Shawn Wildermuth has this post up about features from WP7 that should be brought over to Windows 8, and finishes with features that WP8 (?) could learn from Win8 too WP7Contrib – FindaPad and the fastest list in the west XAMLNinja discusses the WP7 App FindaPad which spawned the creation of WP7Contrib and uses the app to describe some nuances that may not be readily obvious. Windows Phone 7: The kind of bug you don't want to discover Peter Kuhn discusses a problem he came across while programming WP7, interestingly enough, only in the emulator, and has to do with a Uint64 cast. He does offer a workaround. Announcing: Your Last About Dialog (YLAD) Peter Kuhn also has this post up that's a take-off on a post by Jeff Wilcox about a generic About Dialog. Peter has some great additions.. and he's right... it may be your last About Dialog... get it via NuGet, too! Stay in the 'Light! Twitter SilverlightNews | Twitter WynApse | WynApse.com | Tagged Posts | SilverlightCream Join me @ SilverlightCream | Phoenix Silverlight User Group Technorati Tags: Silverlight    Silverlight 3    Silverlight 4    Windows Phone MIX10

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  • Personal Technology – Excel Tip: Comparing Excel Files

    - by Pinal Dave
    This guest post is by Vinod Kumar. Vinod Kumar has worked with SQL Server extensively since joining the industry over a decade ago. Working on various versionsfrom SQL Server 7.0, Oracle 7.3 and other database technologies – he now works with the Microsoft Technology Center (MTC) as a Technology Architect. Let us read the blog post in Vinod’s own voice. I have been writing about Excel Tips over my blog and thought it would be great to share one interesting tips here as a guest blog here. Assume a situation where you want to compare multiple excel files. Here is a typical scenario I have encountered as a common activity. Assume you are sending an Excel file with tons of data, formulae and multiple sheets. Now you are requesting your colleague to validate the file and if required change content for correctness. After receiving the file from your colleague, now you want to know what changes were made by this person to your document. Now here is a cool new addition to Excel 2013 that can help you achieve this task. To get to this option, click the INQUIRE Tab. Incase you don’t have the INQUIRE Tab, check Options using INQUIRE blog. In that post, we discuss all the other options of INQUIRE tab. Once you are on the INQUIRE Tab, select “Compare Files” button as shown in the figure above. This brings a dialog as below. If you are on Windows 8 or Windows 7 OS, search for an application called “Spreadsheet Compare 2013”. Ultimately both the options lead us to the same application. If you are using the stand alone app, once the App initializes, click the “Compare files” options from the toolbar. Make sure to give two different Excel files as shown in the figure above. After selecting the Excel Sheets, you can see the Compare tool has a number of other options to play from. We will talk about some of them later in this post. Just below our toolbar is a colorful side-by-side comparison of both our excel sheets. We can also see the various Tab’s from each file. There is a meaning for each of our color coding which will be discussed next. As you saw above, the color coding has a meaning. For example the bottom pane lists each of the color coding and most importantly each of the changes as compared side-by-side. The detailed information shown below can be exported using the “Export Results” options from the toolbar as a separate Excel Workbook or can be copied to clipboard to be used later. The final piece of the puzzle is to show a graphical view of these differences results based on each category. We cannot drill down per se, but this is a great way to know that the maximum changes seem to be based on “Cell Formats” and then few “Calculated Values” have changed. The INQUIRE option and Spreadsheet Compare 2013 tool is part of Excel 2013. So as you explore using the new version of Excel, there are many such hidden features that are worth exploring. Do let us know if you enjoyed learning a new feature today and I hope you will play around with this feature in your day-today challenges when working with Excel files. Reference: Pinal Dave (http://blog.sqlauthority.com) Filed under: PostADay, SQL, SQL Authority, SQL Query, SQL Server, SQL Tips and Tricks, SQLAuthority News, T SQL, Technology Tagged: Excel, Personal Technology

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  • Silverlight Cream for January 12, 2011 -- #1025

    - by Dave Campbell
    In this Issue: Amyo Kabir, Rob Eisenberg, Doug Rathbone, John Papa, Jeff Blankenburg(-2-), Mike Taulty, Peter Kuhn, Laurent Bugnion, Vangos Pterneas, and Senthil Kumar. Above the Fold: Silverlight: "Silverlight Popup sample" Amyo Kabir WP7: "Navigation in a #WP7 application with MVVM Light" Laurent Bugnion XNA: "XNA for Silverlight developers: Part 0 - Why should I care?" Peter Kuhn Shoutouts: Mohamed Mosallem posted a video of an Expression Blend demo he gave recently: Expression Blend Demo Rob Eisenberg posted the winners of the Caliburn.Micro Contest he was running .. and a nice bunch of swag too! Announcing the Caliburn.Micro Contest Winners! Dan Moyer is a LightSwitch enthusiast and writes Why I Believe Visual Studio LightSwitch will be a Win... good well-thought-out and written take on Lightswitch. From SilverlightCream.com: Silverlight Popup sample Amyo Kabir has a post up that is short on description but long on demo and the code is available... put this in the 'a picture is worth 1,000 words category' :) Caliburn.Micro Soup to Nuts Part 7 - All About Conventions The 7th episode of Rob Eisenberg's tutorial series on Caliburn.Micro is up. This episode about some of the conventions that you get out-of-the-box with Caliburn.Micro, what it'll do for you, and how you can modify the behavior of the convention to suit your own taste/style. Two little tips for working with Silverlight chart DateTime Axes Doug Rathbone has been working with the Toolkit Charts for WP7 and finding it difficult to get the info he needs, and now that he's worked it out... he's sharing... particularly information about DateTimeAxis. Silverlight TV 56: WCF RIA Services and Azure The first Silverlight TV of 2011 was John Papa discussing WCF RIA Services and Azure with Saurabh Plant. What I Learned In WP7 – Issue 14 As usual, Jeff Blankenburg is a couple ahead of me... his Issue 14 is about some panorama trickery... like navigating to a specific place in one, or preventing wrapping. What I Learned In WP7 – Issue 15 In Jeff Blankenburg's latest WP7 post, he's sharing some interesting insight into Trial Mode and app sales... from the standpoint of someone selling apps. Blend Bits 20–Group Into Mike Taulty has Part 20 of his Blend Bits series up. This one is demonstrating grouping, and what all can be accomplished (or not) with grouping in Blend. XNA for Silverlight developers: Part 0 - Why should I care? Peter Kuhn has the beginning of a series on WP7 and XNA up at SilverlightShow... this looks to be a good intro and way to get your head wrapped around XNA on the phone. Navigation in a #WP7 application with MVVM Light Laurent Bugnion discusses WP7 navigation via MVVM Light, resolving many of the communication/navigation complexities you can get involved in without a tool like his. Motion detection in Silverlight Vangos Pterneas has a followup postto the one on facial detection... this one is on Motion Detection in Silverlight. If you've got a webcam hooked up, you can give a demo app a dance via a link he has in the post. Adding ApplicationBar in Windows Phone 7 using Expression Blend Senthil Kumar follows up a post about using VS to add an application bar to a WP7 app with this one using Expression Blend Stay in the 'Light! Twitter SilverlightNews | Twitter WynApse | WynApse.com | Tagged Posts | SilverlightCream Join me @ SilverlightCream | Phoenix Silverlight User Group Technorati Tags: Silverlight    Silverlight 3    Silverlight 4    Windows Phone MIX10

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  • Silverlight Cream for March 08, 2011 -- #1056

    - by Dave Campbell
    In this Issue: Joost van Schaik, Manas Patnaik, Kevin Hoffman, Jesse Liberty, Deborah Kurata, Dhananjay Kumar, Dennis Delimarsky, Samuel Jack, Peter Kuhn, WindowsPhoneGeek, and Jfo. Above the Fold: Silverlight: "How I let the trees grow" Peter Kuhn WP7: "Simple Windows Phone 7 / Silverlight drag/flick behavior" Joost van Schaik Shoutouts: SilverlightShow has their top 5 from last week posted, plus the ECOContest is ready to be voted on: SilverlightShow for Feb 28 - March 06, 2011 Drew DeVault is a young man involved with the Microsoft Student Insiders. He gave a WP7 presentation at RMTT and has posted his material: Post-Session: Windows Phone 7 @ RMTT Rui Marinho has an app in the ECO Contest called Forest Findr. is based on the BIng Map Control for silverlight and Sql Spatial data, and helps you find Forests and get geolocated pictures and wikipedia information, and has a post up with a bunch of info on it here: Forest Findr. my entry on the SilverlightShow EcoContest From SilverlightCream.com: Simple Windows Phone 7 / Silverlight drag/flick behavior Joost van Schaik has a behavior that makes *anything* draggable and 'flickable' in WP7 ... read the intro, scroll to the bottom to watch the demo, and then grab up the code... cool stuff, Joost! Data Aggregation Using Presentation Model in RIA and Silverlight 4 Manas Patnaik sent me a link to his blog, and it appears he's got lots of Silverlight goodness out there so you'll be hearing more about him. This first post is on the Presentation Model in RIA and Silverlight 4... good discussion, diagrams and code... good job, Manas! WP7 for iPhone and Android Developers - Advanced UI Kevin Hoffman has part 3 of an ambitious 12-part tutorial series up on WP7 development ... this go-around is concentrating on Advanced UI - Panorama/Pivot controls, DataBinding, ObservableCollections, and Converters... whew! Sterling DB on top of Isolated Storage – 2 Jesse Liberty has part 2 of his Sterling series up... this time setting up the database in App.xaml so it can be used for dealing with tombstoning. Silverlight Charting: Formatting the Tick Marks Deborah Kurata's next chart tutorial is all about showing you how to continue to dress up your charts.. this time by formatting the tick marks... if you don't know what that is... check out the first image in the post. Stored Procedure in WCF Data Service Dhananjay Kumar has a very nice tutorial up on using a stored proc with WCF Data Services... I happen to know someone working on just that at this time. If you have this in mind, here's a step-by-step guide to getting it done. Windows Phone 7 – Episode 5 – Pages Dennis Delimarsky has part 5 of his WP7 tutorial series up and is discussing Pages in this 17 minute video. Unpacking Simon Squared: My mini framework-independent animation library Samuel Jack has not only Open-Sourced the WP7 game he built and blogged about, but he's now explaining some of the structure of the game in posts such as this one about the animation library he wrote that his game is built on. How I let the trees grow Peter Kuhn shares with us the code he used for the tree animation in his ECO Contest entry. There's a lot to learn in this post about performance ... the fully-animated tree has about 20K elements... 5K branches and 20K leaves... check it out. WP7 ToastPrompt in depth WindowsPhoneGeek takes a deep dive into the ToastPrompt control in the Coding4fun Toolkit... everything you need to completely use the control including sample code. Beware the loaded event Jfo talks about another frustration point she had with WP7 development, and that is around the use of the loaded event... read these tips from someone that's been there. Stay in the 'Light! Twitter SilverlightNews | Twitter WynApse | WynApse.com | Tagged Posts | SilverlightCream Join me @ SilverlightCream | Phoenix Silverlight User Group Technorati Tags: Silverlight    Silverlight 3    Silverlight 4    Windows Phone MIX10

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  • Silverlight Cream for January 08, 2011 -- #1023

    - by Dave Campbell
    In this Heavy and yet incomplete Issue: Mike Wolf, Walter Ferrari, Colin Eberhardt, Mathew Charles, Don Burnett, Senthil Kumar, cherylws, Rob Miles, Derik Whittaker, Thomas Martinsen(-2-), Jason Ginchereau, Vishal Nayan, and WindowsPhoneGeek. Above the Fold: Silverlight: "Automatically Showing ToolTips on a Trimmed TextBlock (Silverlight)" Colin Eberhardt WP7: "Windows Phone Blue Book Pdf" Rob Miles Sharepoint/Silverlight: "Discover Sharepoint with Silverlight - Part 1" Walter Ferrari Shoutouts: Dave Isbitski has announced a WP7 Firestarter, check for your local MS office: Announcing the “Light up your Silverlight Applications for Windows 7 Firestarter” From SilverlightCream.com: Leveraging Silverlight in the USA TODAY Windows 7-Based Slate App Mike Wolf has a post up about Cynergy's release of the new USA TODAY software for Windows 7 Slate devices, and gives a great rundown of all the resources, and how specific Silverlight features were used... tons of outstanding external links here! Discover Sharepoint with Silverlight - Part 1 Walter Ferrari has tutorial up at SilverlightShow... looks like the first in a series on Silverlight and Sharepoint... lots of low-level info about the internals and using them. Automatically Showing ToolTips on a Trimmed TextBlock (Silverlight) Colin Eberhardt has a really cool AutoTooltip attached behavior that gives a tooltip of the actual text if text is trimmed ... and has an active demo on the post... very cool. RIA Services Output Caching Mathew Charles digs into a RIA feature that hasn't gotten any blog love: output caching, describing all the ins and outs of improving the performance of your app using caching. Emailing your Files to Box.net Cloud Storage with WP7 Don Burnett details out everything you need to do to get Box.Net and your WP7 setup to talk to each other. Shortcuts keys for Developing on Windows Phone 7 Emulator Senthil Kumar has some good WP7 posts up ... this one is a cheatsheet list of Function-key assignements for the WP7 emulator... another sidebar listint Windows Phone 7 Design Guidelines – Cheat Sheet cherylws has a great Guideline list/Cheat Sheet up for reference while building a WP7 app... this is a great reference... I'm adding it to the Right-hand sidebar of WynApse.com Windows Phone Blue Book Pdf Rob Miles has added another book and color to his collection of both -- Windows Phone Programming in C#, also known as the Windows Phone Blue Book... get a copy from the links he gives, and check out his other free books as well. Navigating to an external URL using the HyperlinkButton Derik Whittaker has a post up discussing the woes (and error messages) of trying to navigate to an external URL with the Hyperlink button in WP7, plus his MVVM-friendly solution that you can download. Set Source on Image from code in Silverlight Thomas Martinsen has a couple posts up... first is this quick one on the code required to set an image source. Show UI element based on authentication Thomas Martinsen's latest is one on a BoolToVisibilityConverter allowing a boolean indicator of Authentication to be used to control the visibility of a button (in the sample) WP7 ReorderListBox improvements: rearrange animations and more Jason Ginchereau has updated his ReorderListBox from last week to add some animations (fading/sliding) during the rearrangement. Navigation in Silverlight Without Using Navigation Framework Vishal Nayan has a post that attracted my attention... Navigation by manipulating RootVisual content... I've been knee-deep in similar code in Prism this week (and why my blogging is off) ... Creating a WP7 Custom Control in 7 Steps WindowsPhoneGeek creates a simple custom control for WP7 before your very eyes in his latest post, focusing on the minimum requirements necessary for writing a Custom Control. Stay in the 'Light! Twitter SilverlightNews | Twitter WynApse | WynApse.com | Tagged Posts | SilverlightCream Join me @ SilverlightCream | Phoenix Silverlight User Group Technorati Tags: Silverlight    Silverlight 3    Silverlight 4    Windows Phone MIX10

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  • OTN ArchBeat Top 10 for September 2012

    - by Bob Rhubart
    The results are in... Listed below are the Top 10 most popular items shared via the OTN ArchBeat Facebook Page for the month of September 2012. The Real Architects of Los Angeles - OTN Architect Day - Oct 25 No gossip. No drama. No hair pulling. Just a full day of technical sessions and peer interaction focused on using Oracle technologies in today's cloud and SOA architectures. The event is free, but seating is limited, so register now. Thursday October 25, 2012. 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Sofitel Los Angeles, 8555 Beverly Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90048. Oracle Fusion Middleware Security: Attaching OWSM policies to JRF-based web services clients "OWSM (Oracle Web Services Manager) is Oracle's recommended method for securing SOAP web services," says Oracle Fusion Middleware A-Team member Andre Correa. "It provides agents that encapsulate the necessary logic to interact with the underlying software stack on both service and client sides. Such agents have their behavior driven by policies. OWSM ships with a bunch of policies that are adequate to most common real world scenarios." His detailed post shows how to make it happen. Oracle 11gR2 RAC on Software Defined Network (SDN) (OpenvSwitch, Floodlight, Beacon) | Gilbert Stan "The SDN [software defined network] idea is to separate the control plane and the data plane in networking and to virtualize networking the same way we have virtualized servers," explains Gil Standen. "This is an idea whose time has come because VMs and vmotion have created all kinds of problems with how to tell networking equipment that a VM has moved and to preserve connectivity to VPN end points, preserve IP, etc." H/T to Oracle ACE Director Tim Hall for the recommendation. Process Oracle OER Events using a simple Web Service | Bob Webster Bob Webster's post "provides an example of a simple web service that processes Oracle Enterprise Repository (OER) Events. The service receives events from OER and utilizes the OER REX API to implement simple OER automations for selected event types." Understanding Oracle BI 11g Security vs Legacy Oracle BI 10g | Christian Screen "After conducting a large amount of Oracle BI 10g to Oracle BI 11g upgrades and after writing the Oracle BI 11g book,"says Oracle ACE Christian Screen, "I still continually get asked one of the most basic questions regarding security in Oracle BI 11g; How does it compare to Oracle BI 10g? The trail of questions typically goes on to what are the differences? And, how do we leverage our current Oracle BI 10g security table schema in Oracle BI 11g?" OIM-OAM-OAAM integration using TAP – Request Flow you must understand!! | Atul Kumar Atul Kumar's post addresses "key points and request flow that you must understand" when integrating three Oracle Identity Management product Oracle Identity Management, Oracle Access Management, and Oracle Adaptive Access Manager. Adding a runtime LOV for a taskflow parameter in WebCenter | Yannick Ongena Oracle ACE Yannick Ongena illustrates how to customize the parameters tab for a taskflow in WebCenter. Tips on Migrating from AquaLogic .NET Accelerator to WebCenter WSRP Producer for .NET | Scott Nelson "It has been a very winding path and this blog entry is intended to share both the lessons learned and relevant approaches that led to those learnings," says Scott Nelson. "Like most journeys of discovery, it was not a direct path, and there are notes to let you know when it is practical to skip a section if you are in a hurry to get from here to there." 15 Lessons from 15 Years as a Software Architect | Ingo Rammer In this presentation from the GOTO Conference in Copenhagen, Ingo Rammer shares 15 tips regarding people, complexity and technology that he learned doing software architecture for 15 years. WebCenter Content (WCC) Trace Sections | ECM Architect ECM Architect Kevin Smith shares a detailed technical post covering WebCenter Content (WCC) Trace Sections. Thought for the Day "Eventually everything connects - people, ideas, objects. The quality of the connections is the key to quality per se." — Charles Eames (June 17, 1907 – August 21, 1978) Source: SoftwareQuotes.com

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  • JQuery UI Autocomplete TextBox in ASP.NET C# with ArrayList

    - by Avishek Kumar
    hello, I am a asp.net coder looking forward to the "easiest tutorial on the planet" to understand how to make a JQuery Autocomplete in ASP.NET c# with ArrayList which not just me but every .net idiot can understand for once and forever as im tired of looking up so many tutorials which teach me nothing. Im referring to this http://jqueryui.com/demos/autocomplete/ library for autocomplete thing. Here is what exactly i want: 1ASP.NET text-box which has autocomplete added to it. 2It will fetch records from "search.aspx?q=searchtext" and get back maximum of 5 matching results in C# ArrayList Format 3Show those 5 matching autocomplete records below text-box as it does in the jquery UI demo page 4Keep doing the autocomplete work for every new Textvalue/changed value in Text-box Here is "what i don't want to see" in my help example: 1JSON, 2XML 3.ASMX, LINQ, Theories of Book and all weired stuff So let me see who actually knows the best code for helping me. I would be thankful to the best ASP.NET coder who helps me out.

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  • how to customize the listbox selected item style in silverlight 4

    - by Phani Kumar PV
    I am having a silverlight listbox in which a list item contains an image, its name and its price. the layout of the list item will be as follows: Under the image the image name will be shown, under the image name the price will be shown. Now the problem is when i select an list item all the three items(image, image name and its price ) are selected. this is the default behavior. Now the requirement is when i select a list item only the image should be selected. please let me know if there is a way to do this..

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  • ASP.NET AJAX ToolkitScriptManager Issue With Combining Scripts

    - by Kumar
    I have an ASP.NET 3.5 web application in which i am using the ToolkitScriptManager as below: <ajaxToolkit:ToolkitScriptManager ID="ToolkitScriptManager1" EnablePageMethods="true" ScriptMode="Release" LoadScriptsBeforeUI="false" runat="server" CombineScripts="false"> <CompositeScript> <Scripts> <asp:ScriptReference Path="~/JavaScript/jquery-1.4.1.min.js" /> <asp:ScriptReference Path="~/JavaScript/Validators.js" /> </Scripts> </CompositeScript> </ajaxToolkit:ToolkitScriptManager> This works fine but from a performance standpoint this is not good as the pages are making a lot of requests to the webresources.axd and scriptresource.axd files. When I changed the CombineScripts property to true my ASP.NET AJAX control extenders are no longer working. What is the reason for this weired behavior and is there a fix for this?

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  • WaitForSingleObject and WaitForMultipleObjects equivalent in linux

    - by Sirish Kumar
    Hi, I am migrating an applciation from windows to linux. I am facing problem w.r.t WaitForSingleObject and WaitForMultipleObjects interfaces In my application I spawn multiple threads where all threads wait for events from parent process or periodically run for every t seconds. How can I implement this in Unix. I have checked pthread_cond_timedwait, but we have to specify absolute time for this.

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  • Java Process "The pipe has been ended" problem

    - by Amit Kumar
    I am using Java Process API to write a class that receives binary input from the network (say via TCP port A), processes it and writes binary output to the network (say via TCP port B). I am using Windows XP. The code looks like this. There are two functions called run() and receive(): run is called once at the start, while receive is called whenever there is a new input received via the network. Run and receive are called from different threads. The run process starts an exe and receives the input and output stream of the exe. Run also starts a new thread to write output from the exe on to the port B. public void run() { try { Process prc = // some exe is `start`ed using ProcessBuilder OutputStream procStdIn = new BufferedOutputStream(prc.getOutputStream()); InputStream procStdOut = new BufferedInputStream(prc.getInputStream()); Thread t = new Thread(new ProcStdOutputToPort(procStdOut)); t.start(); prc.waitFor(); t.join(); procStdIn.close(); procStdOut.close(); } catch (Exception e) { e.printStackTrace(); printError("Error : " + e.getMessage()); } } The receive forwards the received input from the port A to the exe. public void receive(byte[] b) throws Exception { procStdIn.write(b); } class ProcStdOutputToPort implements Runnable { private BufferedInputStream bis; public ProcStdOutputToPort(BufferedInputStream bis) { this.bis = bis; } public void run() { try { int bytesRead; int bufLen = 1024; byte[] buffer = new byte[bufLen]; while ((bytesRead = bis.read(buffer)) != -1) { // write output to the network } } catch (IOException ex) { Logger.getLogger().log(Level.SEVERE, null, ex); } } } The problem is that I am getting the following stack inside receive() and the prc.waitfor() returns immediately afterwards. The line number shows that the stack is while writing to the exe. The pipe has been ended java.io.IOException: The pipe has been ended at java.io.FileOutputStream.writeBytes(Native Method) at java.io.FileOutputStream.write(FileOutputStream.java:260) at java.io.BufferedOutputStream.write(BufferedOutputStream.java:105) at java.io.BufferedOutputStream.flushBuffer(BufferedOutputStream.java:65) at java.io.BufferedOutputStream.write(BufferedOutputStream.java:109) at java.io.FilterOutputStream.write(FilterOutputStream.java:80) at xxx.receive(xxx.java:86) Any advice about this will be appreciated.

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  • Exception in thread "main" java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: org/apache/xmlbeans/XmlException

    - by Dheeraj kumar
    Hi, I have to read xls file in java.I used poi-3.6 to read xls file in Eclipse.But i m getting this ERROR"Exception in thread "main" java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: org/apache/xmlbeans/XmlException at ReadExcel2.main(ReadExcel2.java:38)". I have added following jars 1)poi-3.6-20091214.jar 2)poi-contrib-3.6-20091214.jar 3)poi-examples-3.6-20091214.jar 4)poi-ooxml-3.6-20091214.jar 5)poi-ooxml-schemas-3.6-20091214.jar 6)poi-scratchpad-3.6-20091214.jar Below is the code which i m using: import org.apache.poi.ss.usermodel.Workbook; import org.apache.poi.ss.usermodel.Sheet; import org.apache.poi.ss.usermodel.Row; import org.apache.poi.ss.usermodel.Cell; import org.apache.poi.xssf.usermodel.XSSFWorkbook; import org.apache.poi.xssf.usermodel.XSSFCell; import org.apache.poi.xssf.usermodel.XSSFRow; import java.io.FileInputStream; import java.io.IOException; import java.util.Iterator; import java.util.List; import java.util.ArrayList; public class ReadExcel { public static void main(String[] args) throws Exception { // // An excel file name. You can create a file name with a full path // information. // String filename = "C:\\myExcel.xl"; // // Create an ArrayList to store the data read from excel sheet. // List sheetData = new ArrayList(); FileInputStream fis = null; try { // // Create a FileInputStream that will be use to read the excel file. // fis = new FileInputStream(filename); // // Create an excel workbook from the file system. // // HSSFWorkbook workbook = new HSSFWorkbook(fis); Workbook workbook = new XSSFWorkbook(fis); // // Get the first sheet on the workbook. // Sheet sheet = workbook.getSheetAt(0); // // When we have a sheet object in hand we can iterator on each // sheet's rows and on each row's cells. We store the data read // on an ArrayList so that we can printed the content of the excel // to the console. // Iterator rows = sheet.rowIterator(); while (rows.hasNext()) { Row row = (XSSFRow) rows.next(); Iterator cells = row.cellIterator(); List data = new ArrayList(); while (cells.hasNext()) { Cell cell = (XSSFCell) cells.next(); data.add(cell); } sheetData.add(data); } } catch (IOException e) { e.printStackTrace(); } finally { if (fis != null) { fis.close(); } } showExelData(sheetData); } private static void showExelData(List sheetData) { // // Iterates the data and print it out to the console. // for (int i = 0; i < sheetData.size(); i++) { List list = (List) sheetData.get(i); for (int j = 0; j < list.size(); j++) { Cell cell = (XSSFCell) list.get(j); System.out.print(cell.getRichStringCellValue().getString()); if (j < list.size() - 1) { System.out.print(", "); } } System.out.println(""); } } } Please help. thanks in anticipation, Regards, Dheeraj!

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  • iTextSharp table alignment

    - by Kumar
    I am using iTextSharp to create a pdf in my ASP.NET 3.5 application. Below is the current layout of my pdf: John Doe   EmployeeID 2008      Department1                                                        Department2                                                        Department3 Below is the code I am using: PdfPTable table = new PdfPTable(4); table.DefaultCell.Border = 0; var empName = new Phrase("John Doe"); var empIDHeading = new Phrase("EmployeeID"); var empID = new Phrase("2008"); var departments = new PdfPCell(CreateDepartments()) { Border = 0, NoWrap = true }; table.AddCell(empName); table.AddCell(empIDHeading ); table.AddCell(empID ); table.AddCell(departments); private PdfPTable CreateDepartments() { var d1 = new Phrase("Department1"); var d2 = new Phrase("Department2"); var d3 = new Phrase("Department3"); PdfPTable table = new PdfPTable(2); table.DefaultCell.Border = 0; table.AddCell(d1); table.AddCell(d2); table.AddCell(d3); return table; } How can I modify this code to get the below output:                                                        Department1                                                       Department2 John Doe   EmployeeID 2008      Department3

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  • How to disabled the input,textarea,select using this code..

    - by kumar
    Hello friends I am using this code in my view.. <%@ Control Language="C#" Inherits="System.Web.Mvc.ViewUserControl<NorthernTrust.ATP.iTool.Core.Business.Entities.Exceptions.PricingMassEditBE>" %> <script type="text/javascript"> $("#PricingEditExceptions").find("input, select,textarea").attr('disabled', 'disabled'); </script> <%var a = Model; %> <fieldset id="PricingEditExceptions"> <div class="fiveper"> <label>FM#: <span><%=(null != a) ? Model.Asset.FundmasterSec : null%></span></label> <label>TNT#:<span><%=(null != a) ? Model.Asset.TNTSecurity: null%></span></label> <label>CUSIP#: <span><%=(null != a) ? Model.Asset.CUSIP :null%></span></label> <label>Asset:<span><%=(null != a) ? Model.Asset.AssetClassCode: null%></span></label> <label>Issue:<span><%=(null != a) ? Model.Asset.IssueType: null%></span></label> <label>COQ:<span><%=(null != a) ? Model.Asset.CodeCountryofQuotationName: null%></span></label> <label>CCY:<span><%=(null != a) ? Model.Asset.CurrencyCode: null%></span></label> <label>&nbsp;</label> </div> <div class="fiveper"> <input id="check1" type="checkbox" name="PMchk" value="<%=Model.ExceptionID%>" /> <label>ID#: <span><%=(null != a) ? Model.ExceptionID : 0%></span></label> <label for="ExceptionStatus"> Status: <span id="gui-stat-<%=Model.ExceptionID %>"> <%=Model.LookupCodes["C_EXCPT_STAT"].FirstOrDefault(model => model.Key.Trim().Equals(Model.ExceptionStatus.Trim())).Value%></span> </label> <label for="ResolutionCode"> Resolution: <span> <%=Html.DropDownListFor(model => model.ResolutionCode, new SelectList(Model.LookupCodes["C_EXCPT_RESL"], "Key", "Value", (null != Model.ResolutionCode) ? Model.ResolutionCode.Trim() : Model.ResolutionCode))%> </span> </label> <label for="ReasonCode"> Reason: <span><%=Html.DropDownListFor(model => model.ReasonCode, new SelectList(Model.LookupCodes["C_EXCPT_RSN"], "Key", "Value", (null != Model.ReasonCode) ? Model.ReasonCode.Trim() : Model.ReasonCode))%></span> </label> <label>Action Taken:<span><%=Html.DropDownListFor(model => model.ActionCode, new SelectList(Model.LookupCodes["C_EXCPT_ACT"], "Key", "Value", (null != Model.ActionCode) ? Model.ActionCode.Trim() : Model.ActionCode))%></span></label> <label>&nbsp;</label> </div> <div class="fiveper"> <label>Follow-Up:<span class="datepicker-container"><input type="text" id="exc-flwup-<%=Model.ExceptionID %>" name="exc-flwup-<%=Model.ExceptionID %>" value="<%=Model.FollowupDate %>" /></span></label> <label>Inqurity #: <span><%=Html.EditorFor(model => model.IOL)%></span> </label> <label>&nbsp;</label> <label>Comment: <span> <%=Html.TextAreaFor(model => model.Comment, new { })%> <%=Html.ValidationMessageFor(model => model.Comment)%> </span> </label> </div> <div id="hide" style="display:none"> <label><span><%=Model.Sequence %></span></label> <label><span><%=Model.AssignedId %></span></label> <span id="gui-stat-<%=Model.ExceptionID%>"> <%=Model.LookupCodes["C_EXCPT_STAT"].FirstOrDefault(model => model.Key.Trim().Equals(Model.ExceptionStatus.Trim())).Value%></span> <span>Last Updated:</span> <%=Model.LastUpdateUser.StartsWith("ATPB") ? "SYSTEM" : Model.LastUpdateUser%><br /> <%=Model.LastUpdated%> <% if (DateTime.Now.Date == Model.LastUpdated.Value .Date ) {%> <%=Math.Round((DateTime.Now - (DateTime)Model.LastUpdated).TotalHours, 0)%> hr<%} %> <p> <%=Html.EditorFor(model => model.SequenceDateTimeAsString)%> <%=Html.EditorFor(model => model.AssignedId)%> <span><%=Html.EditorFor(model => model.Origination)%></span> </p> </div> </fieldset> <script type="text/javascript"> $(document).ready(function() { function validate_excpt(formData, jqForm, options) { var form = jqForm[0]; } // post-submit callback function showResponse(responseText, statusText, xhr, $form) { if (responseText.substring(0, 16) != "System.Exception") { $('#error-msg-<%=Model.ExceptionID %> span:last').html('<strong>Update successful.</strong>'); } else { $('#error-msg-<%=Model.ExceptionID %> span:last').html('<strong>Update failed.</strong> ' + responseText.substring(0, 48)); } $('#error-msg-<%=Model.ExceptionID %>').removeClass('hide'); $('#gui-stat-<%=Model.ExceptionID %>').html(responseText[1]); } $('#exc-<%=Model.ExceptionID %>').ajaxForm({ target: '#error-msg-<%=Model.ExceptionID %>', beforeSubmit: validate_excpt, success: showResponse, dataType: 'json' }).enable(<%=Model.EnableEdit.ToString().ToLower() %>); $("input[id^='exc-flwup-']").datepicker({ duration: 0, buttonImage: '/Content/images/calender.gif', buttonImageOnly: true, showOn:'button', constrainInput: true, showTime: true, stepMinutes: 30, stepHours: 1, altTimeField: '', time24h: true, minDate: 0 }); $("input[id^='exc-flwup-<%=Model.ExceptionID%>']").click(function() { $(this).val(''); }); $('#ui-timepicker-div').bgiframe(); }); </script> Using this code I am disabling the fields when the view loads.. like this my view displyas for number of users which I am going to selct using this below code I am able to disable only first Fiedset not for other fieldsets? $("#Fieldset1").find("input, select,textarea").attr('disabled', 'disabled'); why its happening? I need to disable for how many users I select.... thanks..

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  • Is there a way to lock a branch in GIT

    - by Senthil A Kumar
    I have an idea of locking a repository from users pushing files into it by having a lock script in the GIT update hook since the push can only recognize the userid as arguments and not the branches. So i can lock the entire repo which is just locking a directory. Is there a way to lock a specific branch in GIT? Or is there a way an Update Hook can identify from which branch the user is pushing and to which branch the code is pushed?

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