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  • Kansas City Developer's Conference

    - by Brian Schroer
    I just found about about / registered for Saturday’s Kansas City Developer’s Conference, and am going to make the drive over from the right side of the state (Hey, no offense, KC – I’m just looking at a map, and St. Louis is on the right side, Kansas City’s on the left). (I’m sure the event’s been mentioned on geekswithblogs several times, but I’m on a “staycation” this week, getting cabin fever, and noticed @leebrandt’s tweet today.) I’m looking forward to some of the presentations in the Agile and Patterns tracks. I’m going to have to get up pretty early Saturday morning to descend from St. Louis to Kansas City (Again, no offense – St. Louis is just at a higher elevation*, that’s all), so if you see a tired-looking guy wandering around wearing a St. Louis Day of .NET shirt, please be nice. I’m not sure how much longer registration will be open, but here’s the link: http://kcdc.eventbrite.com/ *Not true – St. Louis is closer to sea level than Kansas City, but I’ll start my drive from the top of the Arch, OK?

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  • How to Submit to an Article Directory

    Article submission involves submitting your article to the article directories. Most article directories allow user to include a link to their site in the resource box. There are also several directories that permit link inclusion within the article body.

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  • Setting article properties for a publication using RMO in C# .NET

    - by Pavan Kumar
    I am using transaction replication with push subscription. I am developing a UI for replication using RMO in C#.NET between different instances of the same database within same machine holding similar schema and structure. I am using Single subscriber and multiple publisher topology. During creation of publication i want to set a few article properties such as Keep the existing object unchanged ,allow schema changes at subscriber to false a,copy foriegn key constarint and copy check constraints to true. How do i set the article properties using RMO in C# .NET. I am using Visual Studio 2008 SP1.I also want to know as how we can select all the objects including Tables,Views,Stored Procedures for publishing at one stretch. I could do it for one table but i want to select all the tables at one stretch. This is the code snippet i used for selecting single table for publishing. TransArticle ta = new TransArticle(); ta.Name = "Article_1"; ta.PublicationName = "TransReplication_DB2"; ta.DatabaseName = "DB2"; ta.SourceObjectName = "person"; ta.SourceObjectOwner = "dbo"; ta.ConnectionContext = conn; ta.Create();

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  • searching article for names in the database before submitting article to the database

    - by zurna
    I want to create a function that will search through a text, find names those match with existing names in the database and add links to those names before submitting the article to the database. i.e. text: Chelsea are making a change now as goalscorer Nicolas Anelka is replaced by in-form Florent Malouda who can do no wrong lately. Nicolas Anelka exists in the database in the Players table with ID column equals to 1. I want text to be converted to Chelsea are making a change now as goalscorer Nicolas Anelka is replaced by in-form Florent Malouda who can do no wrong lately. I know my code is logically wrong but I could build the correct logic. Function PlayerStats (ArticleDesc) If IsNull(ArticleDesc) Then Exit Function SQL = "SELECT PlayerID, PlayerName" SQL = SQL & " FROM Players" SQL = SQL & " WHERE PlayerID = "& &"" Set objTeam = objConn.Execute(SQL) ArticleDesc = Replace(ArticleDesc, "&", "&amp;") PlayerStats = ArticleDesc End Function

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  • searching article for names in the database before submitting article to the database

    - by zurna
    I want to create a function that will search through a text, find names those match with existing names in the database and add links to those names before submitting the article to the database. i.e. text: Chelsea are making a change now as goalscorer Nicolas Anelka is replaced by in-form Florent Malouda who can do no wrong lately. Nicolas Anelka exists in the database in the Players table with ID column equals to 1. I want text to be converted to Chelsea are making a change now as goalscorer a href="player.asp=ID=1"Nicolas Anelka/a is replaced by in-form Florent Malouda who can do no wrong lately. I know my code is logically wrong but I could build the correct logic. Function PlayerStats (ArticleDesc) If IsNull(ArticleDesc) Then Exit Function SQL = "SELECT PlayerID, PlayerName" SQL = SQL & " FROM Players" ' SQL = SQL & " WHERE PlayerID = "& &"" Set objPlayer = objConn.Execute(SQL) Do While NOT objPlayer.EOF ArticleDesc = Replace(ArticleDesc, objPlayer("PlayerName"), "!"&objPlayer("PlayerName")&"!") PlayerStats = ArticleDesc Loop objPlayer.MoveNext End Function

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  • Two Collumn Article content Joomla

    - by adhi
    Hello, How to make some of article when i click readmore the paragraph not show to the bottom but to the right side... here's the illustration picture http://www.oymo.com/upload/uploads/collumn-artikel.jpg thanks

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  • insert BibTeX article *here*, not at the end of the article

    - by vy32
    I've seen this before, but I just can't find it. I am writing a resume and want to include the articles from my bibtex file. If I write \cite{FOO} then they all appear at the end. I know that there is some way to say \something{FOO} and the FOO reference appears here. Basically, I want this section of my CV to look like: \something{FOO1} \something{FOO2} What is the \something? Thanks.

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  • Sun2Oracle: Hub City Media Webcast Reminder - Thursday, September 13, 2012

    - by Darin Pendergraft
    Our Sun2Oracle webcast featuring Steve Giovanetti from Hub City Media is this Thursday, September 13th at 10:00 am PST.  If you haven't registered yet, there is still time: Register Here. Scott Bonell, Sr. Director of Product Management will be talking to Steve about their recent project to upgrade a large University from Sun DSEE Directory to Oracle Unified Directory.  Scott and Steve will talk through details of the project, from planning through implementation. In addition to this webcast, Steve Giovanetti will also be participating in two sessions at Oracle OpenWorld 2012: CON9465 - Next-Generation Directory: Oracle Unified Directory  Etienne Remillon, Principal Product Manager, Oracle  Steve Giovanetti, CTO Hub City Media  Warren Leung, Sr. Architect, UCLA  Tuesday, Oct 2, 5:00 PM – 6:00 PM  Moscone West – 3008 CON5749 - Solutions for Migration of Oracle Waveset to Oracle Identity Manager Steve Giovanetti, CTO Hub City Media Kevin Moulton, Senior Sales Consulting  Manager, Oracle Thursday, Oct 4, 11:15 AM - 12:15 PM Moscone West - 3008

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  • Article Submission - A Crucial Tool For SEO

    Article creation and submission is a powerful tool for getting back-links in SEO. While it helps in maximizing the number of back-links a site has, also it helps in attaining high PR for the targeted page. One can submit article to various article directories. High PR article directories are generally preferred for submission.

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  • What programming concept is used in Nokia Lumina City Lens application [closed]

    - by gowri
    I am totally impressed about the Nokia City Lens application. How does the Nokia Lumia City Lens app work? Nokia Lumia City Lens app detects shops, restaurants, etc. by scanning the visual environment. But how can it detect shops or anything by only scanning visual information? Because we need a 360 degree view to detect a location. Because we can't simply match visual information and get that data. The visuals will change proportionally with distance and angle. So how does this app match the location and retrieve the information? Can anyone explain the concept What technology or algorithm is used in this app?

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  • New York City In LEGO Bricks

    - by Jason Fitzpatrick
    How can you capture all of New York City in LEGO? With a creative mind and the right data. Rather than recreate buildings in detail, designer JR Schimdt used an elevation map of the city and surrounding area to build stacks of LEGO scaled to the city’s building topography. The end result is an eye catching 3D rendition of NYC. Hit up the link below to grab a larger copy. LEGO New York [via Neatorma] How To Delete, Move, or Rename Locked Files in Windows HTG Explains: Why Screen Savers Are No Longer Necessary 6 Ways Windows 8 Is More Secure Than Windows 7

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  • Partner Blog: Hub City Media Introduces iPad Application for Oracle Identity Analytics

    - by Tanu Sood
    About the Writer:Steve Giovannetti is CTO of Hub City Media, Inc., a company that specializes in implementation and product development on the Oracle Identity Management platform. Recently, Hub City Media announced the introduction of iPad application IdentityCert for Oracle Identity Analytics. This post explore the business use cases and application of IdentityCert.Hub City Media(HCM) has been deploying certification solutions based on Oracle Identity Analytics since it first appeared on the market as Vaau RBACx. With each deployment we've seen the same pattern repeat time and time again:1. Customers suffering under the weight of manual access certification regimens deploy Oracle Identity Analytics (OIA) for automated certification. 2. OIA improves the frequency, speed, accuracy, and participation of certifications across the organization. 3. Then the certifiers, typically managers and supervisors, ask, “Is there any easier way to do these certifications offline?”The current version of OIA has a way to export certification data to a spreadsheet.  For some customers, we've leveraged this feature and combined it with some of our own custom code to provide a solution based on spreadsheet exports and imports.  Customers export the certification to Microsoft Excel, complete it, and then import the spreadsheet to OIA. It worked well for offline certification, but if the user accidentally altered the format of the spreadsheet, the import of the data could fail. We were close to a solution but it wasn’t reliable.Over the past few years, we've seen the proliferation of Apple iOS devices, specifically the iPhone and iPad, in the enterprise.  As our customers were asking for offline certification, we noticed the same population of users traditionally responsible for access certification, were early adopters of the iPad. The environment seemed ideal for us to create an iPad application to support offline certifications using Oracle Identity Analytics. That’s why we created IdentityCert™.IdentityCert allows users to view their analytics dashboard, complete user certifications, and resolve policy violations with OIA, from their iPads.The current IdentityCert analytics dashboard displays the same charts that are available in the Oracle Identity Analytics product. However, we plan to expand the number of available analytics in future releases.The main function of IdentityCert is user certification which can be performed quickly and efficiently using a simple touch interface. Managers tap into a certification, use simple gestures to claim users and certify their access.  Certifications can be securely downloaded to IdentityCert and can be completed with or without a network connection. The user can upload the completed certifications once they are connected to a cellular or wi-fi network.Oracle Identity Analytics can generate policy violation notifications based on detective scans of identity warehouse or via preventative analysis of identity access requests. IdentityCert allows users to view all policy violations, resolve, or delegate them to appropriate users. IdentityCert also analyzes the policy violation expression and produces more human friendly descriptions of the policy violation which improves the ability of users to resolve the violation. IdentityCert can be deployed quickly into a customer's environment. It is deployed with Hub City Media's ID Services to connect Oracle Identity Analytics securely with the iPad application.Oracle Identity Management 11g R2 is an important evolutionary release. Oracle's Identity Management suite has more characteristics of a cohesive platform. This platform provides an integrated set of identity services that can be used to protect, manage, and audit security within the enterprise. At HCM we take the platform concept a step further and see it as an opportunity to create unique solutions for Oracle Identity Management customers. IdentityCert is our commitment to this platform. You can download IdentityCert from the Apple iOS App Store today. It includes a demo dataset that you can use to explore the functions of the product without any server infrastructure. Download it. Give it a try. We would appreciate your interest and welcome any feedback.Resources:Press Release: Hub City Media Introduces iPad Application IdentityCert™ for Oracle Identity AnalyticsApp Store Download: http://bit.ly/IdentityCertOracle Identity Governance Suite

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  • New Article - Visual Studio 2011 and SharePoint 2010

    - by Sahil Malik
    SharePoint 2010 Training: more information My newest article is now online. This article talks about the specific improvements in Visual Studio 2011 for SharePoint 2010 development. Note, it has nothing to do with vNext :), so no NDA stuff here (if that is what you were looking for). Visual Studio 2011 is pretty awesome anyway. All the new improvements will benefit your SP development, for instance, they finally fixed that add-references annoying as crap dialog box. Anyway, this article talks specifically about SP2010 development improvements, so I hope you like it. The article Read full article ....

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  • UPK Customer Success Story: The City and County of San Francisco

    - by karen.rihs(at)oracle.com
    The value of UPK during an upgrade is a hot topic and was a primary focus during our latest customer roundtable featuring The City and County of San Francisco: Leveraging UPK to Accelerate Your PeopleSoft Upgrade. As the Change Management Analyst for their PeopleSoft 9.0 HCM project (Project eMerge), Jan Crosbie-Taylor provided a unique perspective on how they're utilizing UPK and UPK pre-built content early on to successfully manage change for thousands of city and county employees and retirees as they move to this new release. With the first phase of the project going live next September, it's important to the City and County of San Francisco to 1) ensure that the various constituents are brought along with the project team, and 2) focus on the end user aspects of the implementation, including training. Here are some highlights on how UPK and UPK pre-built content are helping them accomplish this: As a former documentation manager, Jan really appreciates the power of UPK as a single source content creation tool. It saves them time by streamlining the documentation creation process, enabling them to record content once, then repurpose it multiple times. With regard to change management, UPK has enabled them to educate the project team and gain critical buy in and support by familiarizing users with the application early on through User Experience Workshops and by promoting UPK at meetings whenever possible. UPK has helped create awareness for the project, making the project real to users. They are taking advantage of UPK pre-built content to: Educate the project team and subject matter experts on how PeopleSoft 9.0 works as delivered Create a guide/storyboard for their own recording Save time/effort and create consistency by enhancing their recorded content with text and conceptual information from the pre-built content Create PeopleSoft Help for their development databases by publishing and integrating the UPK pre-built content into the application help menu Look ahead to the next release of PeopleTools, comparing the differences to help the team evaluate which version to use with their implemtentation When it comes time for training, they will be utilizing UPK in the classroom, eliminating the time and cost of maintaining training databases. Instructors will be able to carry all training content on a thumb drive, allowing them to easily provide consistent training at their many locations, regardless of the environment. Post go-live, they will deploy the same UPK content to provide just-in-time, in-application support for the entire system via the PeopleSoft Help menu and their PeopleSoft Enterprise Portal. Users will already be comfortable with UPK as a source of help, having been exposed to it during classroom training. They are also using UPK for a non-Oracle application called JobAps, an online job application solution used by many government organizations. Jan found UPK's object recognition to be excellent, yet it's been incredibly easy for her to change text or a field name if needed. Please take time to listen to this recording. The City and County of San Francisco's UPK story is very exciting, and Jan shared so many great examples of how they're taking advantage of UPK and UPK pre-built content early on in their project. We hope others will be able to incorporate these into their projects. Many thanks to Jan for taking the time to share her experiences and creative uses of UPK with us! - Karen Rihs, Oracle UPK Outbound Product Management

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  • SQL in the City - New York 2012

    Come join Grant Fritchey, Steve Jones and others for a free day of training in New York City on Sept 28, 2012. Learn Agile Database Development Best PracticesAgile database development experts Sebastian Meine and Dennis Lloyd are running day-long classes designed to complement Red Gate’s SQL in the City US tour. Classes will be held in San Francisco, Chicago, Boston and Seattle. Register Now.

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  • Algorithm for procedural city generation?

    - by Zove Games
    I am planning on making a (simple) procedural city generator using Java. I need ideas on whan algorithm to use for the layout, and the actual buildings. The city will mostly have skyscrapers, not really much complex stuff. For the layout I already have a simple algorithm implemented: Create a Map with java.awt.Point keys and Integer values. Fill it with all the points in the city's bounds with the value as -1 (unnassigned) Shuffle the map, and assign the 1st 10 of the keys IDs (from 1-10) Loop until all points have IDs: Loop though all points: Assign points next to an assigned point IDs of the point next to them, if 2 or more points border the point, then randomly choose which ID the point will get. You will end up with 10 random regions. Make roads bordering these regions. Fill the inside of each region with a randomly spaced and randomly rotated grid PROBLEM: This is not the fastest way to do it. What algorithm should I use for the layout. And what should I use to make each building's design? I don't even know how I'm going to do that yet (fractals maybe). I just need some ideas, not actual code.

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  • MonoDroid Article in Visual Studio Magazine

    - by Wallym
    The February edition of Visual Studio magazine is now online.  In it, my article regarding MonoDroid, the implementation of C# and .NET for Android devices, is online.  I can't thank Michael Desmond enough for the opportunity.  Its fitting now that Android is the most popular smartphone platform.  This article is available online at: Intro to MonoDroid Part 1. Intro to MonoDroid Part 2. Along with the article, check out this short video that I did regarding MonoDroid on the Mac. The article(s) were written based on MonoDroid Preview 9.1, so there are a few updates necessary, but I think this gets the basics out.  I hope you enjoy the article(s). And yes, we're still working on our book on MonoDroid.  I've got a great author group and am excited about the book. If you get a chance, come to AnDevCon in San Francisco in March.  I'll be presenting on MonoDroid there.

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  • Tutoriel Enyo : partie 2, article de Robert Kowalski traduit par vermine

    Je vous propose une traduction de l'article Enyo Tutorial: Part 2 de Robert Kowalski qui fait suite à la partie 1 sur le framework JavaScript Enyo. Robert Kowalski se lance dans une série de tutoriels dont le but est de nous faire découvrir pas à pas le fonctionnement d'Enyo. L'objectif de ce deuxième article est de rendre réutilisable la calculatrice de pourboire et de montrer l'aspect modulaire du framework. Cet article abor...

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  • SPARC Power Management Article at OTN

    - by nospam(at)example.com (Joerg Moellenkamp)
    My colleague Karoly Vegh pointed in a tweet to a really interesting article about the usage of Power Management of SPARC T-series systems. The article explains how to use the power management, how it works, what it's able to do and how to use it in a dynamic fashion according to anticipated load patterns. You find the article "How to Use the Power Management Controls on SPARC Servers" written by by Bruce Evans, Julia Harper, and Terry Whatley on OTN.

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  • Article : les expressions régulières revisitées, clair et exhaustif, tout ce qu'il vous faut pour le

    Bonsoir, Cette discussion est consacrée à l'article sur les expressions régulières. Cet article présente le fonctionnement des expressions régulières, la syntaxe et l'utilisation de cet outil avec .Net. http://stormimon.developpez.com/dotn...ns-regulieres/ N'hésitez pas à poster vos commentaires et remarques concernant l'article afin de m'aider à l'améliorer. Bonne lecture ...

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  • Reminder - Article about SharePoint localization

    - by panjkov
    I already wrote about SharePoint localization – in January I published blog post with links for downloads of Language Interface Packs for SharePoint 2010 for official languages in Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH). Approximately at same time, I wrote detailed article for web portal www.hardwarebase.net , which is published in April 2012. Title of the article is “Localize your SharePoint servers for BiH languages”, and article explains process of installing SharePoint LIP and using it on Team Site. Full...(read more)

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  • Spring to Java EE, Part Three - new tech article on otn/java

    - by Janice J. Heiss
    In a new article up on otn/java, Java EE expert David Heffelfinger continues his series exploring the relative strengths and weaknesses of Java EE and Spring. Here, he demonstrates how easy it is to develop the data layer of an application using Java EE, JPA, and the NetBeans IDE instead of the Spring Framework.In the first two parts of the series, he generated a complete Java EE application by using JavaServer Faces (JSF) 2.0, Enterprise JavaBeans (EJB) 3.1, and Java Persistence API (JPA) 2.0 from Spring’s Pet Clinic MySQL schema, thus showing how easy it is to develop an application whose functionality equaled that of the Spring sample application.In his new article, Heffelfinger tweaks the application to make it more user friendly.From the article:“The generated application displays primary keys on some of the pages, and these keys are surrogate primary keys—meaning that they have no business value and are used strictly as a unique identifier—so there is no reason why they should be visible to the user. In addition, we will modify some of the generated labels to make them more user-friendly.”He concludes the article with a summary:“The Java EE version of the application is not a straight port of the Spring version. For example, the Java EE version enables us to create, update, and delete veterinarians as well as veterinary specialties, whereas the Spring version of the application enables us only to view veterinarians and specialties. Additionally, the Spring version has a single page for managing/viewing owners, pets, and visits, whereas the Java EE version of the application has separate pages for each of these entities.The other thing we should keep in mind is that we didn’t actually write a lot of the code and markup for the Java EE version of the application, because the bulk of it was generated by the NetBeans wizard.” Have a look at the complete article here.

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