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  • Interview de David Booth et Jevgeni Kabanov de la société ZeroTurnaround au sujet de JRebel, leur ou

    Bonjour, David et Jevgueni, de la société ZeroTurnaround, éditeur de l'outil de productivité JRebel pour le développement Java, ont accepté de répondre à nos questions sur leur société et leur produit phare. Retrouvez l'interview en ligne : http://java.developpez.com/interview...around/jrebel/ Y-a-t'il d'autres questions que vous auriez aimé soumettre à ZeroTurnaround ? Voir aussi : ZeroTurnaroun...

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  • Apache: domains working fine, subdomains not working anymore

    - by David Lawson
    Hi there, I'm not sure when, but suddenly subdomains aren't working on my server. e.g. www.davidlawson.co works, but david.lawson.co isn't working. <VirtualHost 173.203.109.191:80> ServerAdmin [email protected] ServerName david.lawson.co ServerAlias davidlawson.co ServerAlias www.davidlawson.co DocumentRoot /var/www/lawson/david <Directory /var/www/lawson/david/> Options -Indexes FollowSymLinks MultiViews AllowOverride All Order allow,deny allow from all </Directory> ErrorLog /var/log/apache2/lawson/david/error.log # Possible values include: debug, info, notice, warn, error, crit, # alert, emerg. LogLevel warn CustomLog /var/log/apache2/lawson/david/access.log combined </VirtualHost> Any suggestions on how to debug this further, or what the problem might be?

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  • t-sql i am transforming data

    - by João Pedro Portelinha
    I am transforming data from this legacy table: MovTime (IdMov INT, IdPerson NVARCHAR(20), Date1 datetime, Type1 nvarchar(30) ) IdMov IdPerson Date1 Type ----------- -------------------- ----------------------- ------------------------------ 1 David 2012-06-01 09:00:00.000 Entered 2 David 2012-06-01 12:30:00.000 Exit 3 David 2012-06-01 14:00:00.000 Entered 4 David 2012-06-01 18:30:00.000 Exit 5 Kim 2012-06-02 09:00:00.000 Entered 6 Kim 2012-06-02 12:00:00.000 Exit ... I want the result to be the following: IdPerson Data Total Time ---------- ---------- ---------- David 2012-06-01 08:00:00 Kim 2012-06-02 03:00:00 T-SQL declare @WK_TABLE TABLE (IdMov INT, IdPerson NVARCHAR(20), Date1 datetime, Type1 nvarchar(30)) Insert into @WK_TABLE values(1,'David', '2012-06-01 09:00', 'Entered') Insert into @WK_TABLE values(2,'David', '2012-06-01 12:30', 'Exit') Insert into @WK_TABLE values(3,'David', '2012-06-01 14:00', 'Entered') Insert into @WK_TABLE values(4,'David', '2012-06-01 18:30', 'Exit') Insert into @WK_TABLE values(5,'Kim', '2012-06-02 09:00', 'Entered') Insert into @WK_TABLE values(6,'Kim', '2012-06-02 12:00', 'Exit') select * from @WK_TABLE Can someone help me?

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  • Can't get Passwordless (SSH provided) SFTP working

    - by Shoaibi
    I have chrooted sftp setup as below. # Package generated configuration file # See the sshd_config(5) manpage for details # What ports, IPs and protocols we listen for Port 22 # Use these options to restrict which interfaces/protocols sshd will bind to #ListenAddress :: #ListenAddress 0.0.0.0 Protocol 2 # HostKeys for protocol version 2 HostKey /etc/ssh/ssh_host_rsa_key HostKey /etc/ssh/ssh_host_dsa_key #Privilege Separation is turned on for security UsePrivilegeSeparation yes # Lifetime and size of ephemeral version 1 server key KeyRegenerationInterval 3600 ServerKeyBits 768 # Logging SyslogFacility AUTH LogLevel INFO # Authentication: LoginGraceTime 120 PermitRootLogin without-password StrictModes yes AllowGroups admins clients RSAAuthentication yes PubkeyAuthentication yes #AuthorizedKeysFile %h/.ssh/authorized_keys # Don't read the user's ~/.rhosts and ~/.shosts files IgnoreRhosts yes # For this to work you will also need host keys in /etc/ssh_known_hosts RhostsRSAAuthentication no # similar for protocol version 2 HostbasedAuthentication no # Uncomment if you don't trust ~/.ssh/known_hosts for RhostsRSAAuthentication #IgnoreUserKnownHosts yes # To enable empty passwords, change to yes (NOT RECOMMENDED) PermitEmptyPasswords no # Change to yes to enable challenge-response passwords (beware issues with # some PAM modules and threads) ChallengeResponseAuthentication no # Change to no to disable tunnelled clear text passwords #PasswordAuthentication yes # Kerberos options #KerberosAuthentication no #KerberosGetAFSToken no #KerberosOrLocalPasswd yes #KerberosTicketCleanup yes # GSSAPI options #GSSAPIAuthentication no #GSSAPICleanupCredentials yes X11Forwarding yes X11DisplayOffset 10 PrintMotd no PrintLastLog yes TCPKeepAlive yes #UseLogin no #MaxStartups 10:30:60 #Banner /etc/issue.net # Allow client to pass locale environment variables AcceptEnv LANG LC_* #Subsystem sftp /usr/lib/openssh/sftp-server # Set this to 'yes' to enable PAM authentication, account processing, # and session processing. If this is enabled, PAM authentication will # be allowed through the ChallengeResponseAuthentication and # PasswordAuthentication. Depending on your PAM configuration, # PAM authentication via ChallengeResponseAuthentication may bypass # the setting of "PermitRootLogin without-password". # If you just want the PAM account and session checks to run without # PAM authentication, then enable this but set PasswordAuthentication # and ChallengeResponseAuthentication to 'no'. UsePAM yes Subsystem sftp internal-sftp Match group clients ChrootDirectory /var/chroot-home X11Forwarding no AllowTcpForwarding no ForceCommand internal-sftp a dummy user root:~# tail -n1 /etc/passwd david:x:1000:1001::/david:/bin/sh Now in this case david can sftp using say filezilla client and he is chrooted to /var/chroot-home/david/. But what if i was to setup a passwordless auth? I have tried pasting his key in /var/chroot-home/david/.ssh/authorized_keys but no use, tried ssh'ing as david to the box and it just stops at "debug1: Sending env LC_CTYPE = C" after i supply it password and there is nothing shown in auth.log, may be because it can't find the homedir. If i do "su - david" as root i see "No directory, logging in with HOME=/" which makes sense. Symlink doesn't help either. I have also tried with: Match group clients ChrootDirectory /var/chroot-home/%u X11Forwarding no AllowTcpForwarding no ForceCommand internal-sftp a dummy user root:~# tail -n1 /etc/passwd david:x:1000:1001::/var/chroot-home/david:/bin/sh This way if i don't change /var/chroot-home/david to root:root sshd complains about bad ownership or permission modes, and if i do, david can no longer upload/delete anything directly in his home while using sftp from filezilla.

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  • trouble with algorithm

    - by rebel_UA
    David likes number of estimates with base "k" and not a multiple(a%2!=0) of the number of zeros at the end. Set system and the number of the order and print it I need to optimi this algoritm: class David{ private: int k; public: David(); David(int); int operator[] (int); }; David::David(){ k=10; }; David::David(int k){ this->k=k; } int David::operator[] (int n){ int q; int p; int i=1; for(int r=0;r<n;i++){ q=0; p=i; for(;;){ if(p%k) break; if(p==0) break; ++q; p/=k; } if(q%2){ r++; } } return i-1; }

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  • Howto add a changed file to an older (not last) commit in Git

    - by David Klein
    Hey, I changed several things over the last hour and committed them step by step. But I just realized I've forgot to add a changed file some commits ago. The Log looks like this: GIT TidyUpRequests u:1 d:0> git log commit fc6734b6351f6c36a587dba6dbd9d5efa30c09ce Author: David Klein <> Date: Tue Apr 27 09:43:55 2010 +0200 The Main program now tests both Webservices at once commit 8a2c6014c2b035e37aebd310a6393a1ecb39f463 Author: David Klein <> Date: Tue Apr 27 09:43:27 2010 +0200 ISBNDBQueryHandler now uses the XPath functions from XPath.fs too commit 06a504e277fd98d97eed4dad22dfa5933d81451f Author: David Klein <> Date: Tue Apr 27 09:30:34 2010 +0200 AmazonQueryHandler now uses the XPath Helper functions defined in XPath.fs commit a0865e28be35a3011d0b6091819ec32922dd2dd8 <--- changed file should go here Author: David Klein <> Date: Tue Apr 27 09:29:53 2010 +0200 Factored out some common XPath Operations Any ideas? :)

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  • sudo: apache restarting a service on CentOS

    - by WaveyDavey
    I need my web app to restart the dansguardian service (on CentOS) so it needs to run '/sbin/service dansguardian restart' I have a shellscript in /home/topological called apacherestart.sh which does the following: #!/bin/sh id=`id` /sbin/service dansguardian restart r=$? return $r This runs ok (logger statement in script for testing output to syslog, so I know it's running) To make it run, I put this in /etc/sudoers: User_Alias APACHE=www # Cmnd alias specification Cmnd_Alias HTTPRESTART=/home/topological/apacherestart.sh,/sbin/e-smith/db,/etc/rc7.d/S91dansguardian # Defaults specification # User privilege specification root ALL=(ALL) ALL APACHE ALL=(ALL) NOPASSWD: HTTPRESTART So far so good. But the service does not restart. To test this I created a user david, and fudged the uid/gid in /etc/passwd to be the same as www: www:x:102:102:e-smith web server:/home/e-smith:/bin/false david:x:102:102:David:/home/e-smith/files/users/david:/bin/bash then logged in as david and tried to run the apacherestart.sh. The problem I get is: /etc/rc7.d/S91dansguardian: line 51: /sbin/e-smith/db: Permission denied even though S91dansguardian and db are in the sudoers command list. Any ideas?

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  • MVPs and the Community

    - by andyleonard
    Introduction Earlier this month, David Woods decided to drop his MVP award . The move inspired some interesting comments and discussion among MVPs. David's points are: MVP Expertise Microsoft Technology Products Microsoft "Listens" Cost-Benefits for an MVP MVP Expertise After mentioning he's encountered MVPs who are not experts, David states: "The way you get in is by contributing to the community." Honestly, I don't know the specifics of how someone becomes a Microsoft MVP . And I'm ok with that....(read more)

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  • Silverlight Cream for May 06, 2010 -- #857

    - by Dave Campbell
    In this Issue: Alan Beasley, Josh Twist, Mike Snow(-2-, -3-), John Papa(-2-), David Kelley, and David Anson(-2-). Shoutout: John Papa posted a question: Do You Want be on Silverlight TV? From SilverlightCream.com: ListBox Styling (Part 3 - Additional Templates) in Expression Blend & Silverlight Alan Beasley has part 3 of his ListBox styling tutorial in Expression Blend up... another great tutorial and all the code. Securing Your Silverlight Applications Josh Twist has a nice long post up on Securing your Silverlight apps... definitions, services, various forms of authentication. Silverlight Tip of the Day #13 – Silverlight Mobile Development Mike Snow has Tip of the Day #13 up and is discussing creating Silverlight apps for WP7. Silverlight Tip of the Day #14 – Dynamically Loading a Control from a DLL on a Server Mike Snow's Tip #14 is step-by-step instructions for loading a UserControl from a DLL. Silverlight Tip of the Day #15 – Setting Default Browse in Visual Studio Mike Snow's Tip #15 is actually a Visual Studio tip -- how to set what browser your Silverlight app will launch in. Silverlight TV 24: eBay’s Silverlight 4 Simple Lister Application Here we are with Silverlight TV Thursday again! ... John Papa is interviewing Dave Wolf talking about the eBay Simple Lister app. Digitally Signing a XAP Silverlight John Papa has a post up about Digitally signing a Silverlight XAP. He actually is posting an excerpt from the Silverlight 4 Whitepaper he posted... and he has a link to the Whitepaper so we can all read the whole thing too! Hacking Silverlight Code Browser David Kelley has a very cool code browser up to keep track of all the snippets he uses... and we can too... this is a tremendous resource... thanks David! Simple workarounds for a visual problem when toggling a ContextMenu MenuItem's IsEnabled property directly David Anson dug into a ContextMenu problem reported by a couple readers and found a way to duplicate the problem plus a workaround while you're waiting for the next Toolkit drop. Upgraded my Windows Phone 7 Charting example to go with the April Developer Tools Refresh David Anson also has a post up describing his path from the previous WP7 code to the current upgrading his charting 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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  • Oracle 'In Touch' PartnerCast - July 1, 2014

    - by Cinzia Mascanzoni
    27 May 2014 'In Touch' Webcast for Oracle EMEA Partners Invitation Stay Connected Oracle Media Network   OPN on PartnerCast   Oracle 'In Touch' PartnerCast (July 1, 2014)Be prepared for a year of growth Register Now! Dear partner, We would like to invite you to join David Callaghan, Senior Vice President Oracle EMEA Alliances and Channels, and his studio guests for the next broadcast of the Oracle ‘In Touch’ PartnerCast on Tuesday 1st July 2014 from 10:30am UK / 11:30am CET. In this cast, David’s studio guests and his regional reporters will be looking at your priorities as EMEA partners and how best to grow with Oracle. We also look forward to the broadcast covering topics on the following: Highlights of FY14 Strategic themes for FY15 HCM, CRM and ERP Oracle on Oracle Exclusive for ‘In Touch’ David Callaghan questions Rich Geraffo, Senior Vice President, Global Alliances & Channels, on how the FY15 partner Global kick off relates to EMEA. Plus David provides your chance to hear from some of the newly appointed Worldwide A&C Leadership team as he discusses with Bruce Chumley VP Oracle Channel Distribution Sales & Troy Richardson VP Oracle Strategic Alliances; their core focus and strategy of growth and what they intend on bringing to the table in their new role. Register Now! With lots of studio guests joining David, why not get in touch on Twitter using the hashtag #OracleInTouch or by emailing [email protected] to get your questions featured in the cast! To find out more information and to watch previous episodes on-demand, please visit our webpage here. Best regards, Oracle EMEA Alliances & Channels Oracle 'In Touch' PartnerCast: be prepared for a year of growth July 01, 2014 10:30am UK / 11:30am CET Duration: 45 mins. Host David Callaghan Senior VP Oracle EMEA Alliances & Channels Studio Guests Alistair Hopkins VP Sales & Strategy, Technology Solutions, Oracle EMEA Alliances & Channels More to be announced shortly Features Contributors Rich Geraffo Senior Vice President, Oracle Worldwide Alliances & Channels Bruce Chumley Vice President Channel Distribution Sales, Oracle WW Alliances & Channels Steve Biondi VP Channel Distribution Sales, Oracle WW Alliances & Channels Regional Reporters Silvia Kaske VP Oracle A&C WCE North Will O'Brien VP Oracle A&C UK/IE Eric Fontaine VP Oracle A&C WCE South Janusz Naklicki VP Oracle A&C ECEMEA

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  • Register Now! Oracle 'In Touch' PartnerCast: Be prepared for a year of growth

    - by Julien Haye
    Dear Oracle partners, We would like to invite you to join David Callaghan, Senior Vice President Oracle EMEA Alliances and Channels, and his studio guests for the next broadcast of the ‘In Touch’ PartnerCast on Tuesday 1st July 2014 from 10:30am UK/ 11:30 CET. In this cast, David’s studio guests and his regional reporters will be looking at your priorities as EMEA partners and how best to grow with Oracle. We also look forward to the the broadcast covering the following hot topics: Highlights of FY14 Strategic themes for FY15 SaaS - HCM, CRM, ERP Oracle on Oracle Exclusive for ‘In Touch’ David Callaghan questions Rich Geraffo, Senior Vice President, Global Alliances & Channels, on how the FY15 Global partner kick off relates to EMEA. Plus David provides your chance to hear from some of the newly appointed Oracle Worldwide A&C Leadership team as he discusses with Bruce Chumley VP Oracle Channel Distribution Sales & Troy Richardson VP Oracle Strategic Alliances; their core focus and strategy of growth and what they intend on bringing to the table in their new role. You can now register for the cast here: With lots of studio guests joining David, why not get in touch on Twitter using the hashtag #OracleInTouch or by emailing [email protected] to get your questions featured in the cast! To find out more information and to watch previous episodes on-demand, please visit our webpage here. Best regards, Oracle EMEA Alliances & Channels

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  • Oracle 'In Touch' PartnerCast (July 1, 2014) - Be prepared for a year of growth

    - by Hartmut Wiese
    Dear Partner, We would like to invite you to join David Callaghan, Senior Vice President Oracle EMEA Alliances and Channels, and his studio guests for the next broadcast of the Oracle ‘In Touch’ PartnerCast on Tuesday 1st July 2014 from 10:30am UK / 11:30am CET. In this cast, David’s studio guests and his regional reporters will be looking at your priorities as EMEA partners and how best to grow with Oracle. We also look forward to the broadcast covering topics on the following: Highlights of FY14 Strategic themes for FY15 HCM, CRM and ERP Oracle on Oracle Exclusive for ‘In Touch’ David Callaghan questions Rich Geraffo, Senior Vice President, Global Alliances & Channels, on how the FY15 partner Global kick off relates to EMEA. Plus David provides your chance to hear from some of the newly appointed Worldwide A&C Leadership team as he discusses with Bruce Chumley VP Oracle Channel Distribution Sales & Troy Richardson VP Oracle Strategic Alliances; their core focus and strategy of growth and what they intend on bringing to the table in their new role. With lots of studio guests joining David, why not get in touch on Twitter using the hashtag #OracleInTouch or by emailing [email protected] to get your questions featured in the cast!   To find out more information and to watch previous episodes on-demand, please visit our webpage here. Best regards, Oracle EMEA Alliances & Channels

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  • Have you registered? Oracle 'In Touch' PartnerCast: Be prepared for a year of growth

    - by Julien Haye
    Hi there Oracle Partners, We hope you’ve seen our recent blog post regarding the next Oracle ‘In Touch’ PartnerCast? Hosted by David Callaghan, Senior Vice President EMEA Alliances and Channels, to be broadcast on Tuesday 1st July 2014 from 10:30am UK/11:30am CET. David and his studio guests will be discussing the latest news from Oracle; including highlights of FY14, Strategic themes for FY15 and SaaS. We will also have an exclusive for ‘In Touch’ whereby David interviews Senior Vice President, Global Alliances & Channels, Rich Geraffo, on what the FY15 Oracle Global Partner Kick Off means for EMEA Oracle Partners. Also, David provides your chance to hear from some of the newly appointed Oracle Worldwide A&C Leadership Team. Got a question for David and his guests? Get in touch on Twitter using the hashtag #OracleInTouch or by emailing [email protected] to get your questions featured in the cast! To find out more information and to watch previous episodes on-demand, please visit our webpage here. We hope you can make it! Oracle EMEA Alliances & Channels

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  • How can I avoid repeating DocumentRoot in this Apache virtual host?

    - by David Faux
    I have an Apache virtual host configured for a website powered by Wordpress. <VirtualHost *:80> ServerName 67.178.132.253 DocumentRoot /home/david/wordpressWebsite # BEGIN WordPress <IfModule mod_rewrite.c> RewriteEngine On RewriteRule ^index\.php$ - [L] RewriteCond /home/david/wordpressWebsite%{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-f RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-d RewriteRule . /index.php [L] </IfModule> # END WordPress </VirtualHost> How can I avoid hard-coding /home/david/wordpressWebsite twice? I don't want to use REQUEST_URI since that involves an extra request.

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  • Installing pygame with pip

    - by David Y. Stephenson
    I'm trying to install pygame using pip in a virtualenv. I'm following this tutorial on using Kivy. However, running pip install pygame returns Downloading/unpacking pygame Downloading pygame-1.9.1release.tar.gz (2.1MB): 2.1MB downloaded Running setup.py egg_info for package pygame WARNING, No "Setup" File Exists, Running "config.py" Using UNIX configuration... /bin/sh: 1: sdl-config: not found /bin/sh: 1: smpeg-config: not found Hunting dependencies... WARNING: "sdl-config" failed! WARNING: "smpeg-config" failed! Unable to run "sdl-config". Please make sure a development version of SDL is installed. No files/directories in /tmp/pip-build-root/pygame/pip-egg-info (from PKG-INFO) Storing complete log in /home/david/.pip/pip.log The content of /home/david/.pip/pip.log can be found at http://paste.ubuntu.com/5800296/ What am I doing wrong? I'm trying to keep to the standard methodology for installing pygame as much as possible in order to avoid deviating from the tutorial. Suggestions?

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  • Where'd My Data Go? (and/or...How Do I Get Rid of It?)

    - by David Paquette
    Want to get a better idea of how cascade deletes work in Entity Framework Code First scenarios? Want to see it in action? Stick with us as we quickly demystify what happens when you tell your data context to nuke a parent entity. This post is authored by Calgary .NET User Group Leader David Paquette with help from Microsoft MVP in Asp.Net James Chambers. We got to spend a great week back in March at Prairie Dev Con West, chalk full of sessions, presentations, workshops, conversations and, of course, questions.  One of the questions that came up during my session: "How does Entity Framework Code First deal with cascading deletes?". James and I had different thoughts on what the default was, if it was different from SQL server, if it was the same as EF proper and if there was a way to override whatever the default was.  So we built a set of examples and figured out that the answer is simple: it depends.  (Download Samples) Consider the example of a hockey league. You have several different entities in the league including games, teams that play the games and players that make up the teams. Each team also has a mascot.  If you delete a team, we need a couple of things to happen: The team, games and mascot will be deleted, and The players for that team will remain in the league (and therefore the database) but they should no longer be assigned to a team. So, let's make this start to come together with a look at the default behaviour in SQL when using an EDMX-driven project. The Reference – Understanding EF's Behaviour with an EDMX/DB First Approach First up let’s take a look at the DB first approach.  In the database, we defined 4 tables: Teams, Players, Mascots, and Games.  We also defined 4 foreign keys as follows: Players.Team_Id (NULL) –> Teams.Id Mascots.Id (NOT NULL) –> Teams.Id (ON DELETE CASCADE) Games.HomeTeam_Id (NOT NULL) –> Teams.Id Games.AwayTeam_Id (NOT NULL) –> Teams.Id Note that by specifying ON DELETE CASCADE for the Mascots –> Teams foreign key, the database will automatically delete the team’s mascot when the team is deleted.  While we want the same behaviour for the Games –> Teams foreign keys, it is not possible to accomplish this using ON DELETE CASCADE in SQL Server.  Specifying a ON DELETE CASCADE on these foreign keys would cause a circular reference error: The series of cascading referential actions triggered by a single DELETE or UPDATE must form a tree that contains no circular references. No table can appear more than one time in the list of all cascading referential actions that result from the DELETE or UPDATE – MSDN When we create an entity data model from the above database, we get the following:   In order to get the Games to be deleted when the Team is deleted, we need to specify End1 OnDelete action of Cascade for the HomeGames and AwayGames associations.   Now, we have an Entity Data Model that accomplishes what we set out to do.  One caveat here is that Entity Framework will only properly handle the cascading delete when the the players and games for the team have been loaded into memory.  For a more detailed look at Cascade Delete in EF Database First, take a look at this blog post by Alex James.   Building The Same Sample with EF Code First Next, we're going to build up the model with the code first approach.  EF Code First is defined on the Ado.Net team blog as such: Code First allows you to define your model using C# or VB.Net classes, optionally additional configuration can be performed using attributes on your classes and properties or by using a Fluent API. Your model can be used to generate a database schema or to map to an existing database. Entity Framework Code First follows some conventions to determine when to cascade delete on a relationship.  More details can be found on MSDN: If a foreign key on the dependent entity is not nullable, then Code First sets cascade delete on the relationship. If a foreign key on the dependent entity is nullable, Code First does not set cascade delete on the relationship, and when the principal is deleted the foreign key will be set to null. The multiplicity and cascade delete behavior detected by convention can be overridden by using the fluent API. For more information, see Configuring Relationships with Fluent API (Code First). Our DbContext consists of 4 DbSets: public DbSet<Team> Teams { get; set; } public DbSet<Player> Players { get; set; } public DbSet<Mascot> Mascots { get; set; } public DbSet<Game> Games { get; set; } When we set the Mascot –> Team relationship to required, Entity Framework will automatically delete the Mascot when the Team is deleted.  This can be done either using the [Required] data annotation attribute, or by overriding the OnModelCreating method of your DbContext and using the fluent API. Data Annotations: public class Mascot { public int Id { get; set; } public string Name { get; set; } [Required] public virtual Team Team { get; set; } } Fluent API: protected override void OnModelCreating(DbModelBuilder modelBuilder) { modelBuilder.Entity<Mascot>().HasRequired(m => m.Team); } The Player –> Team relationship is automatically handled by the Code First conventions. When a Team is deleted, the Team property for all the players on that team will be set to null.  No additional configuration is required, however all the Player entities must be loaded into memory for the cascading to work properly. The Game –> Team relationship causes some grief in our Code First example.  If we try setting the HomeTeam and AwayTeam relationships to required, Entity Framework will attempt to set On Cascade Delete for the HomeTeam and AwayTeam foreign keys when creating the database tables.  As we saw in the database first example, this causes a circular reference error and throws the following SqlException: Introducing FOREIGN KEY constraint 'FK_Games_Teams_AwayTeam_Id' on table 'Games' may cause cycles or multiple cascade paths. Specify ON DELETE NO ACTION or ON UPDATE NO ACTION, or modify other FOREIGN KEY constraints. Could not create constraint. To solve this problem, we need to disable the default cascade delete behaviour using the fluent API: protected override void OnModelCreating(DbModelBuilder modelBuilder) { modelBuilder.Entity<Mascot>().HasRequired(m => m.Team); modelBuilder.Entity<Team>() .HasMany(t => t.HomeGames) .WithRequired(g => g.HomeTeam) .WillCascadeOnDelete(false); modelBuilder.Entity<Team>() .HasMany(t => t.AwayGames) .WithRequired(g => g.AwayTeam) .WillCascadeOnDelete(false); base.OnModelCreating(modelBuilder); } Unfortunately, this means we need to manually manage the cascade delete behaviour.  When a Team is deleted, we need to manually delete all the home and away Games for that Team. foreach (Game awayGame in jets.AwayGames.ToArray()) { entities.Games.Remove(awayGame); } foreach (Game homeGame in homeGames) { entities.Games.Remove(homeGame); } entities.Teams.Remove(jets); entities.SaveChanges();   Overriding the Defaults – When and How To As you have seen, the default behaviour of Entity Framework Code First can be overridden using the fluent API.  This can be done by overriding the OnModelCreating method of your DbContext, or by creating separate model override files for each entity.  More information is available on MSDN.   Going Further These were simple examples but they helped us illustrate a couple of points. First of all, we were able to demonstrate the default behaviour of Entity Framework when dealing with cascading deletes, specifically how entity relationships affect the outcome. Secondly, we showed you how to modify the code and control the behaviour to get the outcome you're looking for. Finally, we showed you how easy it is to explore this kind of thing, and we're hoping that you get a chance to experiment even further. For example, did you know that: Entity Framework Code First also works seamlessly with SQL Azure (MSDN) Database creation defaults can be overridden using a variety of IDatabaseInitializers  (Understanding Database Initializers) You can use Code Based migrations to manage database upgrades as your model continues to evolve (MSDN) Next Steps There's no time like the present to start the learning, so here's what you need to do: Get up-to-date in Visual Studio 2010 (VS2010 | SP1) or Visual Studio 2012 (VS2012) Build yourself a project to try these concepts out (or download the sample project) Get into the community and ask questions! There are a ton of great resources out there and community members willing to help you out (like these two guys!). Good luck! About the Authors David Paquette works as a lead developer at P2 Energy Solutions in Calgary, Alberta where he builds commercial software products for the energy industry.  Outside of work, David enjoys outdoor camping, fishing, and skiing. David is also active in the software community giving presentations both locally and at conferences. David also serves as the President of Calgary .Net User Group. James Chambers crafts software awesomeness with an incredible team at LogiSense Corp, based in Cambridge, Ontario. A husband, father and humanitarian, he is currently residing in the province of Manitoba where he resists the urge to cheer for the Jets and maintains he allegiance to the Calgary Flames. When he's not active with the family, outdoors or volunteering, you can find James speaking at conferences and user groups across the country about web development and related technologies.

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  • Silverlight Cream for December 11, 2010 -- #1007

    - by Dave Campbell
    In this Issue: Mike Wolf, Colin Eberhardt, Mike Snow(-2-, -3-), David Kelley(-2-, -3-), Jesse Liberty(-2-), Erik Mork, Jeff Blankenburg, Laurent Duveau, and Jeremy Likness(-2-). Above the Fold: Silverlight: "The definitive guide to Notification Window in Silverlight 4" Laurent Duveau WP7: "Making the MS Adcontrol REALLY work on phone 7" David Kelley Silverlight 5: "Silverlight 5: In the Trenches" Mike Wolf From SilverlightCream.com: Silverlight 5: In the Trenches How many people can discuss Silverlight 5 'In the Trenches' ... apparently Mike Wolf can, and that's just what he's done in the post to whet your whistle (do people say that any more?) for when we can all get our hands on the bits. Visiblox, Visifire, DynamicDataDisplay – Charting Performance Comparison Colin Eberhardt responds to reader requests, and revisits his Charting Performance after also some discussion with David Anson about the Silverlight Toolkit. This time including Dynamic Data Display which is quite impressive in the ratings... check out the post and the code. Win7 Mobile Back Arrow Key Interception The simple fact is heavy bloggers rise, like Cream, to the top of my list, and I've been missing some goodness from Mike Snow... he's blogging WP7 stuff now... first up of the 'missed' ones is this one on intercepting the Back Arrow Key. Animating the Color of an Object Switching back to Silverlight in general, Mike Snow's next post is on Animating color of an object, such as text foreground. Tombstoning on the Win7 Mobile Platform And now back to WP7, Mike Snow is discussing Tombstoning... discussing the various aspects of it, and some code to use, if you haven't gotten your head around this one yet. What I tell Designers to give me... Integrating and Digital Zen David Kelley has a post up describing what he needs from designers to get his job done... I heard him discussing this at the Firestarter, and didn't realize he had written it up... these 8 items are things learned by doing, and should be discussed with your designers. Making the MS Adcontrol REALLY work on phone 7 David Kelley also has a post up discussing how to really get the Ad control working on WP7 apps... since I've seen lots of posts about this, having a definitive explanation from someone that's doing it is a good thing. Performance Optimization on Phone 7 In a break from his norm of discussing UX, David Kelley is talking about performance on WP7 devices in this post. Windows Phone From Scratch #10 – Visual State Part 2 When I saw Jesse Liberty's latest post, I realized I had missed his Part 2 of VSM for WP7 ... don't you miss it... this completes the good stuff from number 9 :) Windows Phone From Scratch #11 – Behaviors Jesse Liberty's latest Windows Phone from Scratch is up... and he's talking about Behaviors this time out... more of an overview or introduction to behaviors, but all good Show 112: Scott Guthrie on Silverlight 5 Erik Mork's latest Sparkling Client podcast is up and he was able to get some time with Scott Guthrie at the Firestarter. What I Learned in WP7 – Issue #1 Jeff Blankenburg decided to do another series, only this one isn't promised as every day... it's "What I Learned in WP7" ... and the first is up... good interesting bits found surrounding the WP7 device. The definitive guide to Notification Window in Silverlight 4 Laurent Duveau has a great post up that will have you doing Silverlight 'toast' notifications in no time... good descriptions and source. Lessons Learned in Personal Web Page Part 1: Dynamic XAML Jeremy Likness has rebuilt his personal website in Silverlight and is sharing some of that experience on his blog. This first post discusses the dynamic content. He used Jounce, of course, and included the Silverlight Navigation Framework, and... you can download all the source Lessons Learned in Personal Web Page Part 2: Enter the Matrix Jeremy Likness's second post about building his website is all about the 'Matrix' page ... pretty cool stuff... check it out... I think it looks great 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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  • What can I do about rsync of large files killing my laptop's wifi connection

    - by David Dean
    When I run a rsync to backup my home folder over the network like so: rsync -avhz --progress --delete /home/dbdean/ [email protected]:/home/backups/david/ I seem to have problems with my quite large .VirtualBox/HardDisks/Windows XP.vdi file. Occasionally the wifi will silently fail (the transfer stops, and any other network access is broken). If I reconnect the wifi to my network before the transfer times out, it happily keeps going (and other network access is back), but I can't just leave it unattended most of the time, as I have to keep an eye on it. I'm guessing this is probably a bug in the wireless card related to a particularly high sustained volume of network usage, but I'm not really sure where to start with diagnosing this problem so that I can provide a good bug report. Or it could be something else, I guess. Any help would be appreciated. My network card is an Atheros Communications Inc. AR9285, as lspci -k shows: 43:00.0 Network controller: Atheros Communications Inc. AR9285 Wireless Network Adapter (PCI-Express) (rev 01) Subsystem: Hewlett-Packard Company Device 3040 Kernel driver in use: ath9k Kernel modules: ath9k

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  • Populate struct values with function argument

    - by adohertyd
    I am working on a program and part of it requires me to create a struct called DETAILS with the fields name, age, and height. I want to populate the record with data using a function argument. When I run my code I get compiler errors. I have put the errors in comment form beside the lines it is returned for but I can't fix them. Really could do with some help here guys thanks so much. Here is my code: #include <cstdlib> #include <iostream> #include <iomanip> using namespace std; const int LEN=100; struct DETAILS { char name[LEN]; int age; double height; }; person fillperson(struct DETAILS, char[LEN], int, double); int main() { struct person David; fillperson(David, "David Greene", 38, 180.0); //deprecated conversion from string constant to char * [-Wwrite-Strings] } person fillperson(struct DETAILS, char[LEN] name, int age, double height) //expected , or ... before 'name' { cin>>David.name>>name; cin>>David.age>>age; cin>>David.height>>height; cout<<"Done"<<endl; }

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  • Silverlight Cream for April 20, 2010 -- #842

    - by Dave Campbell
    In this Issue: Zoltan Arvai, Svetla Stoycheva, Alexey Zakharov, Chris Rouw, David Anson(-2-), Bill Reiss, John Papa and Adam Kinney, Chris Klug, CorrinaB, and Mike Snow. Shoutouts: Pete Brown interviewed David Kelley at MIX10: Pete at MIX10: David Kelley on the Prototype WPF and Silverlight Retail Experience Pete Brown also interviewed Emil Stoychev at MIX10: Pete at MIX10: Emil Stoychev on the CompletIT Silverlight Site SilverlightShow has a MIX10 Review by SilverlightShow Live Reporter Cigdem Patlak SilverlightShow also has an Interview with SilverlightShow Article Author Andrej Tozon From SilverlightCream.com: Implementing Push Notifications in Windows Phone 7 Zoltan Arvai has a post up on SilverlightShow discussing Push Notification on WP7 ... what it is, and how to use it. Completit.com - the challenges behind building a corporate website in Silverlight Svetla Stoycheva shows off the new CompleteIT corporate website which is pretty darn cool... and disucusses some of the challenges and solutions Introducing to Halcyone - Silverlight Application Framework: Silverlight Rest Extensions Alexey Zakharov has a tutorial up on a Silverlight application framework he's working on called Halcyone which is available on CodePlex Using the Tag Property during Silverlight Binding Chris Rouw details his SL3 to SL4 conversion and some issues he had, and how he was able to resolve a binding problem using the tag property. Using ContextMenu to implement SplitButton and MenuButton for Silverlight (or WPF) David Anson has a cool discussion up of using the ContextMenu code he put up previously to build a Split button, and includes all the code as usual. Silverlight/WPF Data Visualization Development Release 4 and Windows Phone 7 Charting sample! David Anson updated his Data Visualization because of the new releases, and this time he's including WP7... charting in WP7... ! Space Rocks game step 10: More fun with rocks In episode 10, Bill Reiss shows how to deal with multiple asteroids and all the interaction. Silverlight Training Course (Silverlight 4) Get your serious Silverlight 4 Mojo on with a new SL4 Training kit on Channel 9 ... buncha folks, spearheaded (it looks like) by John Papa and Adam Kinney... Plug-ins and composite applications in Silverlight – pt 3 Chris Klug is back with part 3 of his series on extensions and plug-in loading. So far he's covered a roll-your-own concept and MEF, now he digs into Prism. Transitions, Animations, and Effects with Blend - Part One How cool to have CorrinaB speak at your User Group meeting! ... She did just that in Portland, and instead of simply dropping a deck and some code in her blog, she's giving the run-down on her presentation... always good stuff, Corrina! Tip of the Day #110 – Using Static Resources in Class Libraries Mike Snow's latest tip is about how to create and use a Resource Dictionary. 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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  • Howto: Using DotNetOpenAuth v3.4.x with ASP.NET MVC2

    - by David Christiansen
    When targeting ASP.NET MVC 2, this assemblyBinding makes MVC 1 references relink to MVC 2 so libraries such as DotNetOpenAuth that compile against MVC 1 will work with it. <runtime><legacyHMACWarning enabled="0" /><assemblyBinding xmlns="urn:schemas-microsoft-com:asm.v1"><dependentAssembly><assemblyIdentity name="System.Web.Mvc" publicKeyToken="31bf3856ad364e35" /><bindingRedirect oldVersion="1.0.0.0" newVersion="2.0.0.0" /></dependentAssembly></assemblyBinding></runtime>

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  • Chalk Talk, Glenn Block &ndash; Leith, Edinburgh 12th March 2011

    - by David Christiansen
    Exciting news. I am proud to announce that Glenn Block from Microsoft  will be coming all the way from Seattle to Scotland on the 12th March to talk to you!. Glenn is a PM on the WCF team working on Microsoft’s future HTTP and REST stack and has been involved in some pretty exciting and ground-breaking Microsoft development mind-shifts in recent times. Don’t miss the chance to hear him speak and ask him questions. Brief history of Glenn Prior to WCF he was a PM on the new Managed Extensibility Framework in .NET 4.0. Glenn has a breadth of experience both inside and outside Microsoft developing software solutions for ISVs and the enterprise. Glenn has also been very active in involving folks from the community in the development of software at Microsoft. This has included shipping several products under open source licenses, as well as assisting other teams looking to do so. Glenn is also a frequent speaker at local and international events and user groups.  When he's not working and playing with technology, he spends his time with his wife and daughter either at their home in Seattle or at one of the local coffee shops. Glenn Block on the web mvcConf 2 - Glenn Block: Take some REST with WCF (Feb 2011) @gblock on twitter My Technobabble - Glenn’s Blog Sponsored by Storm ID is an award winning full service digital agency in Edinburgh

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  • Solved: Chrome v18, self signed certs and &ldquo;signed using a weak signature algorithm&rdquo;

    - by David Christiansen
    So chrome has just updated itself automatically and you are now running v18 – great. Or is it… If like me, you are someone that are running sites using a self-signed SSL Certificate (i.e. when running a site on a developer machine) you may come across the following lovely message; Fear not, this is likely as a result of you following instructions you found on the apache openssl site which results in a self signed cert using the MD5 signature hashing algorithm. Using OpenSSL The simple fix is to generate a new certificate specifying to use the SHA512 signature hashing algorithm, like so; openssl req -new -x509 -sha512 -nodes -out server.crt -keyout server.key Simples! Now, you should be able to confirm the signature algorithm used is sha512 by looking at the details tab of certificate Notes If you change your certificate, be sure to reapply any private key permissions you require – such as allowing access to the application pool user.

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  • Solved: Chrome v18, self signed certs and &ldquo;signed using a weak signature algorithm&rdquo;

    - by David Christiansen
    So chrome has just updated itself automatically and you are now running v18 – great. Or is it… If like me, you are someone that are running sites using a self-signed SSL Certificate (i.e. when running a site on a developer machine) you may come across the following lovely message; Fear not, this is likely as a result of you following instructions you found on the apache openssl site which results in a self signed cert using the MD5 signature hashing algorithm. The simple fix is to generate a new certificate specifying to use the SHA1 signature hashing algorithm, like so; openssl req -new -x509 -sha1 -nodes -out server.crt -keyout server.key Simples!

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  • The Oracle Graduate Experience...A Graduates Perspective by Angelie Tierney

    - by david.talamelli
    [Note: Angelie has just recently joined Oracle in Australia in our 2011 Graduate Program. Last week I shared my thoughts on our 2011 Graduate Program, this week Angelie took some time to share her thoughts of our Graduate Program. The notes below are Angelie's overview from her experience with us starting with our first contact last year - David Talamelli] How does the 1 year program work? It consists of 3 weeks of training, followed by 2 rotations in 2 different Lines of Business (LoB's). The first rotation goes for 4 months, while your 2nd rotation goes for 7, when you are placed into your final LoB for the program. The interview process: After sorting through the many advertised graduate jobs, submitting so many resumes and studying at the same time, it can all be pretty stressful. Then there is the interview process. David called me on a Sunday afternoon and I spoke to him for about 30 minutes in a mini sort of phone interview. I was worried that working at Oracle would require extensive technical experience, but David stressed that even the less technical, and more business-minded person could, and did, work at Oracle. I was then asked if I would like to attend a group interview in the next weeks, to which I said of course! The first interview was a day long, consisting of a brief introduction, a group interview where we worked on a business plan with a group of other potential graduates and were marked by 3 Oracle employees, on our ability to work together and presentation. After lunch, we then had a short individual interview each, and that was the end of the first round. I received a call a few weeks later, and was asked to come into a second interview, at which I also jumped at the opportunity. This was an interview based purely on your individual abilities and would help to determine which Line of Business you would go to, should you land a graduate position. So how did I cope throughout the interview stages? I believe the best tool to prepare for the interview, was to research Oracle and its culture and to see if I thought I could fit into that. I personally found out about Oracle, its partners as well as competitors and along the way, even found out about their part (or Larry Ellison's specifically) in the Iron Man 2 movie. Armed with some Oracle information and lots of enthusiasm, I approached the Oracle Graduate Interview process. Why did I apply for an Oracle graduate position? I studied a Bachelor of Business/Bachelor of Science in IT, and wanted to be able to use both my degrees, while have the ability to work internationally in the future. Coming straight from university, I wasn't sure exactly what I wanted to do in terms of my career. With the program, you are rotated across various lines of business, to not only expose you to different parts of the business, but to also help you to figure out what you want to achieve out of your career. As a result, I thought Oracle was the perfect fit. So what can an Oracle ANZ Graduate expect? First things first, you can expect to line up for your visitor pass. Really. Next you enter a room full of unknown faces, graduates just like you, and then you realise you're in this with 18 other people, going through the same thing as you. 3 weeks later you leave with many memories, colleagues you can call your friends, and a video of your presentation. Vanessa, the Graduate Manager, will also take lots of photos and keep you (well) fed. Well that's not all you leave with, you are also equipped with a wealth of knowledge and contacts within Oracle, both that will help you throughout your career there. What training is involved? We started our Oracle experience with 3 weeks of training, consisting of employee orientation, extensive product training, presentations on the various lines of business (LoB's), followed by sales and presentation training. While there was potential for an information overload, maybe even death by Powerpoint, we were able to have access to the presentations for future reference, which was very helpful. This period also allowed us to start networking, not only with the graduates, but with the managers who presented to us, as well as through the monthly chinwag, HR celebrations and even with the sharing of tea facilities. We also had a team bonding day when we recorded a "commercial" within groups, and learned how to play an Irish drum. Overall, the training period helped us to learn about Oracle, as well as ourselves, and to prepare us for our transition into our rotations. Where to now? I'm now into my 2nd week of my first graduate rotation. It has been exciting to finally get out into the work environment and utilise that knowledge we gained from training. My manager has been a great mentor, extremely knowledgeable, and it has been good being able to participate in meetings, conference calls and make a contribution towards the business. And while we aren't necessarily working directly with the other graduates, they are still reachable via email, Pidgin and lunch and they are important as a resource and support, after all, they are going through a similar experience to you. While it is only the beginning, there is a lot more to learn and a lot more to experience along the way, especially because, as we learned during training, at Oracle, the only constant is change.

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