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  • Oracle: Acquisition of Demantra

    Jon Chorley, Vice President, Product Strategy, talks to Cliff about the acquisition of Demantra and Demantra's industry leading solutions for Demand Management, Trade Promotion Management and Sales, and Operations Planning, and how this fits in to Oracle's overall strategy for Supply Chain applications.

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  • The importance of Business Intelligence and new emerging trends

    Joe Thomas, Sr Product Director, Business Intelligence Applications and Jon Corliss, Manager, Oracle Enterprise Applications for Hitachi Consulting talk with Fred about the importance of Business Intelligence, some of the current trends as well as how Hitachi Consulting is working with customers and Oracle to deliver the benefits of BI.

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  • The .NET 4.5 async/await Commands in Promise and Practice

    The .NET 4.5 async/await feature provides an opportunity for improving the scalability and performance of applications, particularly where tasks are more effectively done in parallel. The question is: do the scalability gains come at a cost of slowing individual methods? In this article Jon Smith investigates this issue by conducting a side-by-side evaluation of the standard synchronous methods and the new async methods in real applications.

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  • Five New Videos on ASP.NET MVC 2!

    Joe Stagner starts a new "ASP.NET MVC For the Rest of Us" video series with 3 videos showing how to write an MVC application, and Jon Galloway delivers quick hits on ASP.NET MVC 2 Areas and Render Action.

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  • Four New Videos on ASP.NET MVC 2

    Microsoft?s Jon Galloway has recorded 4 new ?quick hit? videos to help you get up to speed on new features in ASP.NET MVC 2. Learn about HTML Encoding, Strongly Typed Helpers, Model Validation, and Template Customization in these newest videos.

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  • Five New Videos on ASP.NET MVC 2!

    Joe Stagner starts a new "ASP.NET MVC For the Rest of Us" video series with 3 videos showing how to write an MVC application, and Jon Galloway delivers quick hits on ASP.NET MVC 2 Areas and Render Action .

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  • iPhone Simulator 3.x not listed after upgrading to XCode 3.2.3 Beta4 with OS 4.0

    - by Jon
    I've been having some problems, & since you guys are the smartest devs I thought I'd just ask you. When I last installed Xcode 3.2.3 Beta 2 (OS 4.0 support), it had all the iPhone Device & Simulator 3.x. Now, updated to Xcode 3.2.3 Beta 4 (OS 4.0 support), it no longer lists 3.x SDKs for either simulator or device in XCode. When I run an app that was written for 3.1.2, the current SDK is listed as "base SDK missing" I'm aware that 3.2.3 changes the BASE SDK to 4.0, but how come none of the 3.x devices are available either? When I go to: /Developer/Platforms/iPhoneSimulator.platform/Developer/SDKs The only two files available are: iPhoneSimulator3.2.sdk iPhoneSimulator4.0.sdk However, when I go to: /Developer/Platforms/iPhoneOS.platform/DeviceSupport 3.0 3.0.1 3.1 3.1.1 3.1.2 3.1.3 3.2 4.0 (8A274b) I've tried re-installing the most recent XCode DMG to no avail. Thanks in advance!

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  • How do I delete multiple rows in Entity Framework (without foreach)

    - by Jon Galloway
    I'm deleting several items from a table using Entity Framework. There isn't a foreign key / parent object so I can't handle this with OnDeleteCascade. Right now I'm doing this: var widgets = context.Widgets .Where(w => w.WidgetId == widgetId); foreach (Widget widget in widgets) { context.Widgets.DeleteObject(widget); } context.SaveChanges(); It works but the foreach bugs me. I'm using EF4 but I don't want to execute SQL. I just want to make sure I'm not missing anything - this is as good as it gets, right? I can abstract it with an extension method or helper, but somewhere we're still going to be doing a foreach, right?

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  • iTextSharp is missing HeaderFooter class

    - by Jon
    This is weird, I am currently using iTextSharp and I want to add a Header & Footer to my PDFs. In all the examples they simply create a new HeaderFooter() object. However, I have iTextSharp libraries all imported but the HeaderFooter is not defined. I've used Reflector to see if I can find out whereabouts the class is and its missing?! Does anyone know what has happened to this class?

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  • asp.net ajax control toolkit combobox displays incorectly when in fieldset with style of position:re

    - by Jon P
    I currently have an Instance of the ASP.net ajax control toolkit combo box residing in a field set with a style of position:releative applied. The control also sits in a very plain table (please no comments about using tables for lay-out, I know it is evil and try to avoid it). There are two problems with the display of the list: The list does not sit flush with the text box. In I.E. 7 (which is the majority of my target audience, intranet where IE7 is the company standard) the list display about 10px below the fieldset, which is what the bottom margin of the fieldset is set to. In FF 2.0 the list sits sinificantly lower and off-set to the right. Below the filed set there is more content in a div, also with a style of position:relative applied. The list from the combo box displays behind the content of this div, which is obviouly an issue. Removing position:releative from the fieldset resolves the display issue of the combo box, but results in other unwanted display side effects. My interim workaround is to specifically restyle this fieldset without the position:absolute style, but I'm hoping for a better solution. Thanks

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  • How to encrypt in VBScript using AES?

    - by Jon
    I am looking to encrypt some data using Rijndael/AES in VBScript using a specific key and IV value. Are there any good function libraries or COM components that would be good to use? I looked at CAPICOM; it allows a passphrase only, and won't allow setting specific key and IV values.

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  • Handle exceptions with WPF and MVVM

    - by Jon Cahill
    I am attempting to build an application using WPF and the MVVM pattern. I have my Views being populated from my ViewModel purely through databinding. I want to have a central place to handle all exceptions which occur in my application so I can notify the user and log the error appropriately. I know about Dispatcher.UnhandledException but this does not do the job as exception that occur during databinding are logged to the output windows. Because my View is databound to my ViewModel the entire application is pretty much controlled via databinding so I have no way to log my errors. Is there a way to generically handle the exceptions raised during databinding, without having to put try blocks around all my ViewModel public's? Example View: <Window x:Class="Test.TestView" xmlns="http://schemas.microsoft.com/winfx/2006/xaml/presentation" xmlns:x="http://schemas.microsoft.com/winfx/2006/xaml" Title="TestView" Height="600" Width="800" WindowStartupLocation="CenterScreen"> <Window.Resources> <BooleanToVisibilityConverter x:Key="BooleanToVisibilityConverter" /> </Window.Resources> <StackPanel VerticalAlignment="Center"> <Label Visibility="{Binding DisplayLabel, Converter={StaticResource BooleanToVisibilityConverter}}">My Label</Label> </StackPanel> </Window> The ViewModel: public class TestViewModel { public bool DisplayLabel { get { throw new NotImplementedException(); } } } It is an internal application so I do not want to use Wer as I have seen previously recommended.

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  • .NET file Decryption - Bad Data

    - by Jon
    I am in the process of rewriting an old application. The old app stored data in a scoreboard file that was encrypted with the following code: private const String SSecretKey = @"?B?n?Mj?"; public DataTable GetScoreboardFromFile() { FileInfo f = new FileInfo(scoreBoardLocation); if (!f.Exists) { return setupNewScoreBoard(); } DESCryptoServiceProvider DES = new DESCryptoServiceProvider(); //A 64 bit key and IV is required for this provider. //Set secret key For DES algorithm. DES.Key = ASCIIEncoding.ASCII.GetBytes(SSecretKey); //Set initialization vector. DES.IV = ASCIIEncoding.ASCII.GetBytes(SSecretKey); //Create a file stream to read the encrypted file back. FileStream fsread = new FileStream(scoreBoardLocation, FileMode.Open, FileAccess.Read); //Create a DES decryptor from the DES instance. ICryptoTransform desdecrypt = DES.CreateDecryptor(); //Create crypto stream set to read and do a //DES decryption transform on incoming bytes. CryptoStream cryptostreamDecr = new CryptoStream(fsread, desdecrypt, CryptoStreamMode.Read); DataTable dTable = new DataTable("scoreboard"); dTable.ReadXml(new StreamReader(cryptostreamDecr)); cryptostreamDecr.Close(); fsread.Close(); return dTable; } This works fine. I have copied the code into my new app so that I can create a legacy loader and convert the data into the new format. The problem is I get a "Bad Data" error: System.Security.Cryptography.CryptographicException was unhandled Message="Bad Data.\r\n" Source="mscorlib" The error fires at this line: dTable.ReadXml(new StreamReader(cryptostreamDecr)); The encrypted file was created today on the same machine with the old code. I guess that maybe the encryption / decryption process uses the application name / file or something and therefore means I can not open it. Does anyone have an idea as to: A) Be able explain why this isn't working? B) Offer a solution that would allow me to be able to open files that were created with the legacy application and be able to convert them please? Here is the whole class that deals with loading and saving the scoreboard: using System; using System.Collections.Generic; using System.Text; using System.Security.Cryptography; using System.Runtime.InteropServices; using System.IO; using System.Data; using System.Xml; using System.Threading; namespace JawBreaker { [Serializable] class ScoreBoardLoader { private Jawbreaker jawbreaker; private String sSecretKey = @"?B?n?Mj?"; private String scoreBoardFileLocation = ""; private bool keepScoreBoardUpdated = true; private int intTimer = 180000; public ScoreBoardLoader(Jawbreaker jawbreaker, String scoreBoardFileLocation) { this.jawbreaker = jawbreaker; this.scoreBoardFileLocation = scoreBoardFileLocation; } // Call this function to remove the key from memory after use for security [System.Runtime.InteropServices.DllImport("KERNEL32.DLL", EntryPoint = "RtlZeroMemory")] public static extern bool ZeroMemory(IntPtr Destination, int Length); // Function to Generate a 64 bits Key. private string GenerateKey() { // Create an instance of Symetric Algorithm. Key and IV is generated automatically. DESCryptoServiceProvider desCrypto = (DESCryptoServiceProvider)DESCryptoServiceProvider.Create(); // Use the Automatically generated key for Encryption. return ASCIIEncoding.ASCII.GetString(desCrypto.Key); } public void writeScoreboardToFile() { DataTable tempScoreBoard = getScoreboardFromFile(); //add in the new scores to the end of the file. for (int i = 0; i < jawbreaker.Scoreboard.Rows.Count; i++) { DataRow row = tempScoreBoard.NewRow(); row.ItemArray = jawbreaker.Scoreboard.Rows[i].ItemArray; tempScoreBoard.Rows.Add(row); } //before it is written back to the file make sure we update the sync info if (jawbreaker.SyncScoreboard) { //connect to webservice, login and update all the scores that have not been synced. for (int i = 0; i < tempScoreBoard.Rows.Count; i++) { try { //check to see if that row has been synced to the server if (!Boolean.Parse(tempScoreBoard.Rows[i].ItemArray[7].ToString())) { //sync info to server //update the row to say that it has been updated object[] tempArray = tempScoreBoard.Rows[i].ItemArray; tempArray[7] = true; tempScoreBoard.Rows[i].ItemArray = tempArray; tempScoreBoard.AcceptChanges(); } } catch (Exception ex) { jawbreaker.writeErrorToLog("ERROR OCCURED DURING SYNC TO SERVER UPDATE: " + ex.Message); } } } FileStream fsEncrypted = new FileStream(scoreBoardFileLocation, FileMode.Create, FileAccess.Write); DESCryptoServiceProvider DES = new DESCryptoServiceProvider(); DES.Key = ASCIIEncoding.ASCII.GetBytes(sSecretKey); DES.IV = ASCIIEncoding.ASCII.GetBytes(sSecretKey); ICryptoTransform desencrypt = DES.CreateEncryptor(); CryptoStream cryptostream = new CryptoStream(fsEncrypted, desencrypt, CryptoStreamMode.Write); MemoryStream ms = new MemoryStream(); tempScoreBoard.WriteXml(ms, XmlWriteMode.WriteSchema); ms.Position = 0; byte[] bitarray = new byte[ms.Length]; ms.Read(bitarray, 0, bitarray.Length); cryptostream.Write(bitarray, 0, bitarray.Length); cryptostream.Close(); ms.Close(); //now the scores have been added to the file remove them from the datatable jawbreaker.Scoreboard.Rows.Clear(); } public void startPeriodicScoreboardWriteToFile() { while (keepScoreBoardUpdated) { //three minute sleep. Thread.Sleep(intTimer); writeScoreboardToFile(); } } public void stopPeriodicScoreboardWriteToFile() { keepScoreBoardUpdated = false; } public int IntTimer { get { return intTimer; } set { intTimer = value; } } public DataTable getScoreboardFromFile() { FileInfo f = new FileInfo(scoreBoardFileLocation); if (!f.Exists) { jawbreaker.writeInfoToLog("Scoreboard not there so creating new one"); return setupNewScoreBoard(); } else { DESCryptoServiceProvider DES = new DESCryptoServiceProvider(); //A 64 bit key and IV is required for this provider. //Set secret key For DES algorithm. DES.Key = ASCIIEncoding.ASCII.GetBytes(sSecretKey); //Set initialization vector. DES.IV = ASCIIEncoding.ASCII.GetBytes(sSecretKey); //Create a file stream to read the encrypted file back. FileStream fsread = new FileStream(scoreBoardFileLocation, FileMode.Open, FileAccess.Read); //Create a DES decryptor from the DES instance. ICryptoTransform desdecrypt = DES.CreateDecryptor(); //Create crypto stream set to read and do a //DES decryption transform on incoming bytes. CryptoStream cryptostreamDecr = new CryptoStream(fsread, desdecrypt, CryptoStreamMode.Read); DataTable dTable = new DataTable("scoreboard"); dTable.ReadXml(new StreamReader(cryptostreamDecr)); cryptostreamDecr.Close(); fsread.Close(); return dTable; } } public DataTable setupNewScoreBoard() { //scoreboard info into dataset DataTable scoreboard = new DataTable("scoreboard"); scoreboard.Columns.Add(new DataColumn("playername", System.Type.GetType("System.String"))); scoreboard.Columns.Add(new DataColumn("score", System.Type.GetType("System.Int32"))); scoreboard.Columns.Add(new DataColumn("ballnumber", System.Type.GetType("System.Int32"))); scoreboard.Columns.Add(new DataColumn("xsize", System.Type.GetType("System.Int32"))); scoreboard.Columns.Add(new DataColumn("ysize", System.Type.GetType("System.Int32"))); scoreboard.Columns.Add(new DataColumn("gametype", System.Type.GetType("System.String"))); scoreboard.Columns.Add(new DataColumn("date", System.Type.GetType("System.DateTime"))); scoreboard.Columns.Add(new DataColumn("synced", System.Type.GetType("System.Boolean"))); scoreboard.AcceptChanges(); return scoreboard; } private void Run() { // For additional security Pin the key. GCHandle gch = GCHandle.Alloc(sSecretKey, GCHandleType.Pinned); // Remove the Key from memory. ZeroMemory(gch.AddrOfPinnedObject(), sSecretKey.Length * 2); gch.Free(); } } }

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  • Richfaces a4j:include loading two pages!?

    - by Jon
    I have this seemingly-innocent code on my main JSF page: <a4j:outputPanel id="sidebarContainer"> <a4j:include viewId="#{UserSession.currentSidebar}"/> </a4j:outputPanel> Here is how the sidebar changes: A jsFunction calls a backing-bean method which sets the page (like "sidebar2.jsp") in UserSession The jsFunction has "rerender='sidebarContainer'", so that the correct page is loaded in the sidebar When the web application is initially started in JBoss 5, when I call the jsFunction to change pages, sidebar2 appears, but the original sidebar (sidebar1.jsp) appears below it. The sidebar switching works just fine after this initial wierdness. Any thoughts??

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  • Writing a docx file to a BLOB using Java 1.4 inside Oracle 10g

    - by Jon Renaut
    I'm trying to generate a blank docx file using Java, add some text, then write it to a BLOB that I can return to our document processing engine (a custom mess of PL/SQL and Java). I have to use the 1.4 JVM inside Oracle 10g, so no Java 1.5 stuff. I don't have a problem writing the docx to a file on my local machine, but when I try to write to BLOB, I'm getting garbage. Am I doing something dumb? Any help is appreciated. Note in the code below, all the get[name]Xml() methods return an org.w3c.dom.Document. public void save(String fileName) throws Exception { ZipOutputStream zos = new ZipOutputStream(new FileOutputStream(fileName)); addEntry(zos, getDocumentXml(), "word/document.xml"); addEntry(zos, getContentTypesXml(), "[Content_Types].xml"); addEntry(zos, getRelsXml(), "_rels/.rels"); zos.flush(); zos.close(); } public java.sql.BLOB save() throws Exception { java.sql.Connection conn = DbUtilities.openConnection(); BLOB outBlob = BLOB.createTemporary(conn, true, BLOB.DURATION_SESSION); outBlob.open(BLOB.MODE_READWRITE); ZipOutputStream zos = new ZipOutputStream(outBlob.setBinaryStream(0L)); addEntry(zos, getDocumentXml(), "word/document.xml"); addEntry(zos, getContentTypesXml(), "[Content_Types].xml"); addEntry(zos, getRelsXml(), "_rels/.rels"); zos.flush(); zos.close(); return outBlob; } private void addEntry(ZipOutputStream zos, Document doc, String fileName) throws Exception { Transformer t = TransformerFactory.newInstance().newTransformer(); ByteArrayOutputStream baos = new ByteArrayOutputStream(); t.transform(new DOMSource(doc), new StreamResult(baos)); ZipEntry ze = new ZipEntry(fileName); byte[] data = baos.toByteArray(); ze.setSize(data.length); zos.putNextEntry(ze); zos.write(data); zos.flush(); zos.closeEntry(); }

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  • JSF a4j:commandButton not working when 'disabled' is set

    - by Jon
    Hello, When I include a 'disabled' attribute on an a4j:commandButton, the button's action is not performed. Taking the 'disabled' attribute out causes it to work properly. I am not doing any special validation (that I'm aware of) and am not seeing any validation error messages. Here is part of my page: <t:dataTable id="myTable" var="region" value="#{MyPageBackingBean.regions}" width="100%"> ... <a4j:commandButton value="Update" action="#{region.doUpdate}" oncomplete="alert('done');" disabled="#{!empty region && region.messageEmpty}" immediate="true"/> ... </t:dataTable> Any ideas? Thanks! Edit: I tried setting preserveDataModel="true" on the t:dataTable to no avail. I also made a test having an a4j:commandButton and text box with no data table, but the backing bean action is still not being fired: <h:form> <a4j:region> <a4j:outputPanel id="testregion"> <h:messages id="messages"/> <a4j:status> <f:facet name="start"> <h:graphicImage value="/images/progress_indicator.gif"/> </f:facet> </a4j:status> <h:inputTextarea rows="5" value="#{MyPageBackingBean.myValue}" style="width:100%; border: 1px solid #99CCFF;"> <a4j:support event="onkeyup" reRender="testregion" eventsQueue="messageModificationQueue" ignoreDupResponses="true" requestDelay="500"/> </h:inputTextarea> <a4j:commandButton id="doDelete" value="Delete" action="#{MyPageBackingBean.dummy}" reRender="testregion" disabled="#{empty MyPageBackingBean.myValue}"/> <h:outputText value="#{MyPageBackingBean.myValue}"/> </a4j:outputPanel> </a4j:region> </h:form> Here is the new backing bean code used for testing: private String m_myValue = null; public String getMyValue() { return m_myValue; } public void setMyValue(String value) { m_myValue = value; } private String mystr2 = null; public String dummy() { mystr2 = "hello"; return null; } Thanks!

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  • Getting a .Net remoting service accessible with IP v6 and IP v4

    - by jon.ediger
    My company has an existing .Net Remoting service that listens on a port, fronting interfaces used by external systems. This all works great with IP v4 based communications. However, this service now needs to support both IP v4 communications and IP v6 communications. I have found info that the system.runtime.remoting section of the app.config should include two channels as follows: <channel ref="tcp" name="tcp6" port="9000" bindTo="[::]" /> <channel ref="tcp" name="tcp4" port="9000" bindTo="0.0.0.0" /> I've tried this. For communications to this service and a direct response back, this works great. Some of the communications instead return a stream back, either for uploading or downloading large files. These calls fail with the an ArgumentException: IPv4 address 0.0.0.0 and IPv6 address ::0 are unspecified addresses that cannot be used as a target address. Parameter name: hostNameOrAddress How should these config values be modified so that the client will know how to communicate back to the .Net remoting service?

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  • Setting custom header values in an IIS ISAPI filter

    - by Jon Tackabury
    I have an ISAPI filter that I am using to do URL rewriting for my CMS. I am processing SF_NOTIFY_PREPROC_HEADERS notifications, and trying to do this: DWORD ProcessHeader(HTTP_FILTER_CONTEXT *con, HTTP_FILTER_PREPROC_HEADERS *head) { head->SetHeader(con, "test1", "aaa"); con->AddResponseHeaders(con, "test2:bbb\r\n", 0); return SF_STATUS_REQ_NEXT_NOTIFICATION; } However, I can't seem to read these values using server variables or response headers in classic ASP or PHP. The values are missing. I'm expecting either my "test1" or "test2" header values to appear, but they are not. Am I doing something wrong here?

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  • ExtAsp or Coolite - ASP.NET wrappers around ExtJs

    - by Jon
    Hi, We are a small Microsoft shop looking into ExtJs and like the rapid building of complex and structured UIs that can be achieved with the toolkit. However we have been experimenting with ExtAsp.NET (CodePlex) which is an opensource layer of ASP.NET code which wraps around the ExtJs framework. We have also noticed the Coolite framework which looks good too and does the same thing. We have 2 options, either we purchase the ExtJs license which will be required if we use ExtAsp, or we purchase the Coolite kit which includes the ExtJs license. It looks like Coolite is actually it little cheaper than the ExtJs for some reason?? However, is it a little more risky as regards upgrade path if the Coolite framework becomes unsupported, whereas ExtAsp as an open source solution will have community backing? Just looking to make the right step.

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  • Propel-load-data is causing an error

    - by Jon Winstanley
    I am trying to load fixtures but myproject is erroring at the CLI and starting the indexer process. I have tried: Rebuilding the schema and model Emptying the database and starting again Clearing the cache Validating the YML file and trying much simpler data-dumps My platform is Symfony 1.0 on Windows Some also seems to have had the same issue in the past. C:\web\my_project>symfony propel-load-data backend >> propel load data from "C:\web\my_project\data\fixtures" PHP Warning: session_start(): Cannot send session cookie - headers already sent by (output started at C:\php\PEAR\symfony\vendor\pake\pakeFunction.php:366) in C:\php\PEAR\symfony\storage\sfSessionStorage.class.php on line 77 Warning: session_start(): Cannot send session cookie - headers already sent by (output started at C:\php\PEAR\symfony\vendor\pake\pakeFunction.php:366) in C:\php\PEAR\symfony\storage\sfSessionStorage.class.php on line 77 PHP Warning: session_start(): Cannot send session cache limiter - headers already sent (output started at C:\php\PEAR\symfony\vendor\pake\pakeFunction.php:366) in C:\php\PEAR\symfony\storage\sfSessionStorage.class.php on line 77 Warning: session_start(): Cannot send session cache limiter - headers already sent (output started at C:\php\PEAR\symfony\vendor\pake\pakeFunction.php:366) in C:\php\PEAR\symfony\storage\sfSessionStorage.class.php on line 77

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