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  • Key Features of the Samsung SCX 5835FN

    The SCX 5835FN is just one in a long line of exceptional multifunction printers from Samung. Featuring some of the most advanced technology you';ll find on any modern printer, this all-inclusive devic... [Author: Derek Rogers - Computers and Internet - May 23, 2010]

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  • New Remoting Features in PowerShell 2.0

    Eager to quell misinformation, Jonathan Medd points why PowerShell 2.0 is so much more than just super-charged SSH. He describes some new commands with full remoting functionality, and then explains persistent sessions, and how they give you that much sought-after power: administration automation.

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  • Recordings Available - Features & Functions Forms Module

    - by MHundal
    ETPM provides robust Forms functionality that allows implementations to configure Registration & Tax Forms, configure Form Rules and process the Forms.  The Forms Definition allows for defining the Form Sections and Form Lines.  The Forms Generator uses the Forms Definition details to create the necessary Business Objects, Application Security and User Interfaces to allow interaction with the Forms.  Form Rules are used for validation of the Form Line details and creating entities in the system (creating taxpayers, accounts, financial transactions, etc...). The following recordings provide an overview of the Forms Definition Process, Form Rules and other important concepts part of the Forms Module. Forms Module Overview: Forms Configuration Overview: Form Rules Overview:  

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  • Document Link about Database Features on Exadata

    - by Bandari Huang
    DBFS on Exadata Exadata MAA Best Practices Series - Using DBFS on Exadata  (Internal Only) Oracle® DatabaseSecureFiles and Large Objects Developer's Guide 11g Release 2 (11.2) E18294-01 Configuring a Database for DBFS on Oracle Database Machine [ID 1191144.1] Configuring DBFS on Oracle Database Machine [ID 1054431.1] Oracle Sun Database Machine Setup/Configuration Best Practices [ID 1274318.1] - Verify DBFS Instance Database Initialization Parameters    DBRM on Exadata Exadata MAA Best Practices Series - Benefits and use cases with Resource Manager, Instance Caging, IORM  (Internal Only) Oracle® Database Administrator's Guide 11g Release 2 (11.2) E25494-02    

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  • Procedural world generation oriented on gameplay features

    - by Richard Fabian
    In large procedural landscape games, the land seems dull, but that's probably because the real world is largely dull, with only limited places where the scenery is dramatic or tactical. Looking at world generation from this point of view, a landscape generator for a game (that is, not for the sake of scenery, but for the sake of gameplay) needs to not follow the rules of landscaping, but instead some rules married to the expectations of the gamer. For example, there could be a choke point / route generator that creates hills ravines, rivers and mountains between cities, rather than the natural way cities arise, scattered on the land based on resources or conditions generated by the mountains and rainfall patterns. Is there any existing work being done like this? Start with cities or population centres and then add in terrain afterwards? The reason I'm asking is that I'd previously pondered taking existing maps from fantasy fiction (my own and others), putting the information into the system as a base point, and then generating a good world to play in from it. This seems covered by existing technology, that is, where the designer puts in all the necessary information such as the city populations, resources, biomes, road networks and rivers, then allows the PCG fill in the gaps. But now I'm wondering if it may be possible to have a content generator generate also the overall design. Generate the cities and population centres, balancing them so that there is a natural seeming need of commerce, then generate the positions and connectivity, then from the type of city produce the list of necessary resources that must be nearby, and only then, maybe given some rules on how to make the journey between cities both believable and interesting, generate the final content including the roads, the choke points, the bridges and tunnels, ferries and the terrain including the biomes and coastline necessary. If this has been done before, I'd like to know, and would like to know what went wrong, and what went right.

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  • Harnessing PowerShell's String Comparison and List-Filtering Features

    When you are first learning PowerShell, it often seems to be an 'Alice through the looking-glass' world. Just the simple process of comparing and selecting strings can seem strangely obtuse. Michael turns the looking-glass into wonderland with his wall-chart of the PowerShell string-comparison operators and syntax The Future of SQL Server MonitoringMonitor wherever, whenever with Red Gate's SQL Monitor. See it live in action now.

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  • Features of Visual Studio 2010

    Visualize your workspace with new multiple monitor support, powerful Web development, new SharePoint support with tons of templates and Web parts, and more accurate targeting of any version of the .NET Framework. Get set to unleash your creativity.

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  • MySQL for Excel new features (1.2.0): Save and restore Edit sessions

    - by Javier Rivera
    Today we are going to talk about another new feature included in the latest MySQL for Excel release to date (1.2.0) which can be Installed directly from our MySQL Installer downloads page.Since the first release you were allowed to open a session to directly edit data from a MySQL table at Excel on a worksheet and see those changes reflected immediately on the database. You were also capable of opening multiple sessions to work with different tables at the same time (when they belong to the same schema). The problem was that if for any reason you were forced to close Excel or the Workbook you were working on, you had no way to save the state of those open sessions and to continue where you left off you needed to reopen them one by one. Well, that's no longer a problem since we are now introducing a new feature to save and restore active Edit sessions. All you need to do is in click the options button from the main MySQL for Excel panel:  And make sure the Edit Session Options (highlighted in yellow) are set correctly, specially that Restore saved Edit sessions is checked: Then just begin an Edit session like you would normally do, select the connection and schema on the main panel and then select table you want to edit data from and click over Edit MySQL Data. and just import the MySQL data into Excel:You can edit data like you always did with the previous version. To test the save and restore saved sessions functionality, first we need to save the workbook while at least one Edit session is opened and close the file.Then reopen the workbook. Depending on your version of Excel is where the next steps are going to differ:Excel 2013 extra step (first): In Excel 2013 you first need to open the workbook with saved edit sessions, then click the MySQL for Excel Icon on the the Data menu (notice how in this version, every time you open or create a new file the MySQL for Excel panel is closed in the new window). Please note that if you work on Excel 2013 with several workbooks with open edit sessions each at the same time, you'll need to repeat this step each time you open one of them: Following steps:  In Excel 2010 or previous, you just need to make sure the MySQL for Excel panel is already open at this point, if its not, please do the previous step specified above (Excel 2013 extra step). For Excel 2010 or older versions you will only need to do this previous step once.  When saved sessions are detected, you will be prompted what to do with those sessions, you can click Restore to continue working where you left off, click Discard to delete the saved sessions (All edit session information for this file will be deleted from your computer, so you will no longer be prompted the next time you open this same file) or click Nothing to continue without opening saved sessions (This will keep the saved edit sessions intact, to be prompted again about them the next time you open this workbook): And there you have it, now you will be able to save your Edit sessions, close your workbook or turn off your computer and you will still be able to reopen them in the future, to continue working right where you were. Today we talked about how you can save your active Edit sessions and restore them later, this is another feature included in the latest MySQL for Excel release (1.2.0). Please remember you can try this product and many others for free downloading the installer directly from our MySQL Installer downloads page.Happy editing !

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  • Booting Ubuntu shows only cursor, no desktop features

    - by jlkkljh
    I'm trying to install Ubuntu and have been trying since 2010 on my Win XP (2006-2008 I don't know which year's version exactly). I'm trying to get rid of XP and every time I install Ubuntu it doesn't work. I've tried all the options on the install list from Wubi and from inside the installer. I've tried a lot of different stuff and all it will load is a mouse cursor and a black screen. Please do help out with suggestions/advice. Thanks in advance.

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  • Custom Business Application Development in PHP - Features & Benefits

    A revolution is taking place within the business application arena today. Just a few years back most custom business applications such as CRM, ERP, data mining and other business data information systems were inflexible and expensive applications. The database ran on a server within the company's compounds and each desktop machine was running a client application.

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