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  • Women Techmakers

    Women Techmakers A panel of technical women leaders at Google talk about innovation, product leadership, and getting more women to the table. Susan Wojcicki (SVP, Advertising) Angela Lai (VP, Engineering of Payments) Anna Patterson (Director, Engineering) Gayathri Rajan (Director, Product Management) Megan Smith (VP, New Business Development) as moderator From: GoogleDevelopers Views: 10 3 ratings Time: 00:00 More in Education

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  • Oracle ADF PMs are UKOUG Conference 2012

    - by Grant Ronald
    Next week we'll have a (what is a collection of PM's called, flock? gaggle?) of ADF Product Managers attending the UKOUG conference in Birmingham.  Myself, Frank Nimphius, Chris Muir, Susan Duncan, Frederic Desbiens and Duncan Mills will all be attending.  We'll be covering a range of sessions and if you have any questions you'd like to ask about Oracle tools development, technical questions, migration, Forms to ADF, futures, mobile, anything!, then come up and say hi.

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  • Push Email To Your BlackBerry

    If you are a BlackBerry user, then you definitely wish to have Email synchronization on your phone. But sometimes the process may seem difficult to new BlackBerry users and those who are unfamiliar w... [Author: Susan Brown - Computers and Internet - May 08, 2010]

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  • Protect Your Data with Windows Vista

    Now a day nothing is more important than backing up your data of your computer. But there are still many people who do not understand the importance of protecting data. Therefore when they proceed fo... [Author: Susan Brown - Computers and Internet - May 08, 2010]

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  • Windows Vista vs. Windows XP: a Comparison

    Windows XP had earned high acclaim from global clientele and still going up. But Microsoft had a different plan altogether. The result was the launch of Windows Vista, an electrifying Operating Syste... [Author: Susan Brown - Computers and Internet - April 16, 2010]

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  • Guide To Be An Active Facebook Member With Safety

    These days many people from all over the world have a fun time by browsing online social networking websites like Facebook. The reason is that they are the superb means to be in contact with friends ... [Author: Susan Miller - Computers and Internet - May 17, 2010]

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  • Google améliore l'interprétation du contenu JavaScript par son moteur de recherche et va publier un outil pour les webmasters

    Google améliore l'interprétation du contenu JavaScript par son moteur de recherche et va publier un outil pour les webmasters À son lancement en 1998, le moteur de recherche Google n'a pas fixé dans ses priorités le support de JavaScript (inventé en 1995) qui à ce moment n'était pas populaire. « En 1998, lorsque nos serveurs fonctionnaient dans un garage de Susan Wojcicki, nous n'avions pas vraiment à nous soucier du JavaScript ou du CSS. Ils étaient peu utilisés », introduisent Michael Xu et...

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  • DOAG 2011

    - by Grant Ronald
    This week is the German Oracle User Group (DOAG) one of the largest Oracle User Groups in Europe.  We have a strong representation from Oracle's Product Management Team.  I kick of things with Dummies Guide to ADF on Tuesday 10am Frank Nimphius explains Task Flows in 60 minutes Duncan Mills give an insight into Real World Performance Tuning for ADF. Susan Duncan explains the Amazing World of Application Lifecycle Management and Duncan Mills finished the day with ADF Mobile Development There is also a load of interesting sessions on Forms, Apex and ADF from customers, partners and Oracle employees from Oracle Germany.  Looking to be a great conference.

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  • Crosstalk Retail Panel

    - by David Dorf
    Susan Reda from Stores magazine hosted a panel at Crosstalk earlier this year.  I found the discussions on mobile and Commerce Anywhere very interesting, especially from the perspective of retailers not based in the US.  On the panel were: Michel Joncas, CIO at Groupe Dynamite (Canada) David Hunn, Head of IT Delivery at John Lewis (UK) Dan West, CIO at New Look (UK) Tom Madigan, VP at Oracle Retail Take a look: &amp;amp;amp;lt;span id=&amp;amp;amp;quot;XinhaEditingPostion&amp;amp;amp;quot;&amp;amp;amp;gt;&amp;amp;amp;lt;/span&amp;amp;amp;gt;

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  • What would be the most efficient use of e-mail addresses for ecommerce

    - by user18323
    I am not sure if this is exactly the right section. What do you find the most efficient, clear and reachable use of e-mail addresses to use for the customer? I thought a standard 'sales, 'support' might work but it might look a little samey. Do users respond well when e-mails are replied by staff with named e-mail addresses such as [email protected] or a generic one? I am currently developing a small scale ecommerce website to gain some hands on insight into web retail. Any additional advice would be brilliant.

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  • Oracle will be a Bronze Sponsor of Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Cmputing

    - by bubbva
    Oracle is proud to be a Bronze Sponsor at the upcoming Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing from October 3-6, 2012 in Baltimore, MD. Oracle's Women's Leadership group, Oracle's Diversity & Inclusion program and Product Development are proud to be behind this sponsorship.Several women from Oracle will be presenting and participating at the conference: Industry Track: "From Engineer to Executive; The Path Forward", speaker Susan Zwinger VP, Global Systems Technology Service Center Industry Track: "Are We There Yet? Finding Your Career Sweet Spot", speaker Gilda Garreton, Principal Software Engineer Birds of a feather:  "Juggling Our Different Worlds", speaker Gilda Garreton New Investigator Co-Chair, Gilda Garreton Communities Committee Co-Chair, Valerie Fenwick, Manager Software Development "Considering a shift in career from Technical towards Management?" table host,  Valerie Fenwick Oracle will have a booth as well, so stop by and introduce yourself!

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  • Returning PHP Multi-Dimension Array to Javascript/AJAX

    - by GregH
    My understanding is that in order to return a complex PHP variable to Javascript, it should be done via AJAX and json_encode. Could somebody give me an actual example (both PHP and Javascript code) of this? Lets say we have the two-dim array in PHP: $twoDArr = array( array('Greg', 44, 'Owner'), array('Joe', 23, 'Renter'), array('Susan', 39, 'Owner'), array('John', 32, 'Renter) ); How would we return this to an analogous two dimensional array in javascript using json_encode?

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  • Sorting an array of objects in ActionScript 3

    - by vitto
    Hi, I'm trying to sort an array of objects with ActionScript 3. The array is like this: var arr:Array = new Array (); arr.push ({name:"John", date:"20080324", message:"Hi"}); arr.push ({name:"Susan", date:"20090528", message:"hello"}); can I do something with Array.sort(...) method?

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  • CrystalReportViewer does not display Charts

    - by suzi167
    Hi, My CrystalReportViewer won't display the charts in my Crystal Report. I get a red X. I am using C# and MVC. I've read somewehre that I might need a virtual path to the image folder but I am not really sure what that means as my chart is embedded in the report....Maybe I am missing something. Plz can anyone elaborate. Thanks Susan

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  • Underwriting in a New Frontier: Spurring Innovation

    - by [email protected]
    Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 st1\:*{behavior:url(#ieooui) } /* Style Definitions */ table.MsoNormalTable {mso-style-name:"Table Normal"; mso-tstyle-rowband-size:0; mso-tstyle-colband-size:0; mso-style-noshow:yes; mso-style-priority:99; mso-style-qformat:yes; mso-style-parent:""; mso-padding-alt:0in 5.4pt 0in 5.4pt; mso-para-margin:0in; mso-para-margin-bottom:.0001pt; mso-pagination:widow-orphan; font-size:10.0pt; font-family:"Calibri","sans-serif";} Susan Keuer, product strategy manager for Oracle Insurance, shares her experiences and insight from the 2010 Association of Home Office Underwriters (AHOU) Annual Conference, April 11-14, in San Antonio, Texas    How can I be more innovative in underwriting?  It's a common question I hear from insurance carriers, producers and others, so it was no surprise that it was the key theme at the recent 2010 AHOU Annual Conference.  This year's event drew more than 900 insurance professionals involved in the underwriting process across life and annuities, property and casualty and reinsurance from around the globe, including the U.S., Canada, Australia, Bahamas, and more, to San Antonio - a Texas city where innovation transformed a series of downtown drainage canals into its premiere River Walk tourist destination.   CNN's Medical Correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta kicked off the conference with a phenomenal opening session that drove home the theme of the conference, "Underwriting in a New Frontier:  Spurring Innovation."   Drawing from his own experience as a neurosurgeon treating critically injured medical patients in the field in Iraq, Gupta inspired audience members to think outside the box during the underwriting process. He shared a compelling story of operating on a soldier who had suffered a head-related trauma in a field hospital.  With minimal supplies available Gupta used a Black and Decker saw to operate on the soldier's head and reduce pressure on his swelling brain. Drawing from this example, Gupta encouraged underwriters to think creatively, be innovative, and consider new tools and sources of information, such as social networking sites, during the underwriting process. So as you are looking at risk take into consideration all resources you have available.    Gupta also stressed the concept of IKIGAI - noting that individuals who believe that their life is worth living are less likely to die than are their counterparts without this belief.  How does one quantify this approach to life or thought process when evaluating risk?  Could this be something to consider as a "category" in the near future? How can this same belief in your own work spur innovation?   The role of technology was a hot topic of discussion throughout the conference.  Sessions delved into the latest in underwriting software to the rise of social media and how it is being increasingly integrated into underwriting process and solutions.  In one session a trio of panelists representing the carrier, producer and vendor communities stressed the importance to underwriters of leveraging new technology and the plethora of online information sources, which all could be used to accurately, honestly and consistently evaluate the risk throughout the underwriting process.   Another focused on the explosion of social media noting:  1.    Social media is growing exponentially - About eight percent of Americans used social media five years ago. Today about 46 percent of Americans do so, with 85 percent of financial services professionals using social media in their work.  2.    It will impact your business - Underwriters reconfirmed over and over that they are increasingly using "free" tools that are available in cyberspace in lieu of more costly solutions, such as inspection reports conducted by individuals in the field.  3.    Information is instantly available on the Web, anytime, anywhere - LinkedIn was mentioned as a way to connect to peers in the underwriting community and producers alike.  Many carriers and agents also are using Facebook to promote their company to customers - and as a point-of-entry to allow them to perform some functionality - such as accessing product marketing information versus directing users to go to the carrier's own proprietary website.  Other carriers have released their tight brand marketing to allow their producers to drive more business to their personal Facebook site where they offer innovative tools such as Application Capture or asking medical information in a more relaxed fashion.     Other key topics at the conference included the economy, ongoing industry consolidation, real-estate valuations as an asset and input into the underwriting process, and producer trends.  All stressed a "back to basics" approach for low cost, term products.   Finally, Connie Merritt, RN, PHN, entertained the large group of atttendees with audience-engaging insight on how to "Tame the Lions in Your Life - Dealing with Complainers, Bullies, Grump and Curmudgeon." Merritt noted "we are too busy for our own good." She shared how her overachieving personality had impacted her life.  Audience members then were asked to pick red, yellow, blue, or green shapes, without knowing that each one represented a specific personality trait.  For example, those who picked blue were the peacemakers. Those who choose yellow were social - the hint was to "Be Quiet Longer."  She then offered these "lion taming" steps:   1.    Admit It 2.    Accept It 3.    Let Go 4.    Be Present (which paralleled Gupta's IKIGAI concept)   When thinking about underwriting I encourage you to be present in the moment and think creatively, but don't be afraid to look ahead to the future and be an innovator.  I hope to see you at next year's AHOU Annual Conference, May 1-4, 2011 at The Mirage in Las Vegas, Nev.     Susan Keuer is the product strategy manager for new business underwriting.  She brings more than 20 years of insurance industry experience working with leading insurance carriers and technology companies to her role on the product strategy team for life/annuities solutions within the Oracle Insurance Global Business Unit  

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  • Cutting edge technology, a lone Movember ranger and a 5-a-side football club ...meet the team at Oracle’s Belfast Offices.

    - by user10729410
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After being warmly greeted by Frances and Francesca, who make sure Front of House and Facilities run smoothly, we embarked on a quick tour of the 2 floors Oracle occupies, led by VP Bo, it was time to seek out some willing volunteers to be interviewed/photographed - what a shy bunch! A bit of coaxing from the social media team was needed here! In a male-dominated environment, the few women on the team caught my eye immediately. I got chatting to Susan, a business analyst and Bronagh, a tech writer. It becomes clear during our chat that the male/female divide is not an issue – “everyone here just gets on with the job,” says Suzanne, “We’re all around the same age and have similar priorities and luckily everyone is really friendly so there are no problems. ” A graduate of Queen’s University in Belfast majoring in maths & computer science, Susan works closely with product management and the development teams to ensure that the final project delivered to clients meets and exceeds their expectations. Bronagh, who joined us following working for a tech company in Montreal and gaining her post-grad degree at University of Ulster agrees that the work is challenging but “the environment is so relaxed and friendly”. 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Like other colleagues in the office, he is a University of Ulster graduate and works on Reference applications and Merchandising Tools which enable customers to establish e-shops using Oracle technologies. The social activities are headed up by Gordon, a software engineer on the commerce team who joined the team 4 years ago after graduating from the University of Strathclyde at Glasgow with a degree in Computer Science. Everyone is unanimous that the best things about working at Oracle’s Belfast offices are the casual friendly environment and the opportunity to be at the cutting edge of technology. We’re looking forward to our next trip to Belfast for some cool demos and meet candidates. And as for the camera-shyness? Look who came out to have their picture taken at the end of the day! Normal 0 false false false EN-IE X-NONE X-NONE MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 /* Style Definitions */ table.MsoNormalTable {mso-style-name:"Table Normal"; mso-tstyle-rowband-size:0; mso-tstyle-colband-size:0; mso-style-noshow:yes; mso-style-priority:99; mso-style-qformat:yes; mso-style-parent:""; mso-padding-alt:0cm 5.4pt 0cm 5.4pt; mso-para-margin:0cm; mso-para-margin-bottom:.0001pt; mso-pagination:widow-orphan; font-size:11.0pt; font-family:"Calibri","sans-serif"; mso-ascii-font-family:Calibri; mso-ascii-theme-font:minor-latin; mso-fareast-font-family:"Times New Roman"; mso-fareast-theme-font:minor-fareast; mso-hansi-font-family:Calibri; mso-hansi-theme-font:minor-latin; mso-bidi-font-family:"Times New Roman"; mso-bidi-theme-font:minor-bidi;} The Oracle offices in Belfast are located on the 6th floor, Victoria House, Gloucester Street, Belfast BT1 4LS, UK View Larger Map Normal 0 false false false EN-IE X-NONE X-NONE MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 /* Style Definitions */ table.MsoNormalTable {mso-style-name:"Table Normal"; mso-tstyle-rowband-size:0; mso-tstyle-colband-size:0; mso-style-noshow:yes; mso-style-priority:99; mso-style-qformat:yes; mso-style-parent:""; mso-padding-alt:0cm 5.4pt 0cm 5.4pt; mso-para-margin:0cm; mso-para-margin-bottom:.0001pt; mso-pagination:widow-orphan; font-size:11.0pt; font-family:"Calibri","sans-serif"; mso-ascii-font-family:Calibri; mso-ascii-theme-font:minor-latin; mso-fareast-font-family:"Times New Roman"; mso-fareast-theme-font:minor-fareast; mso-hansi-font-family:Calibri; mso-hansi-theme-font:minor-latin; mso-bidi-font-family:"Times New Roman"; mso-bidi-theme-font:minor-bidi;} Open day takes place on Thursday, 29th November 4pm – 8pm. Visit the 5 Demo Stations to find out more about each teams' activities and projects to date. See live demos including "Engaging the Customer", "Managing Your Store", "Helping the Customer", "Shopping on-line" and "The Commerce Experience" processes. The "Working @Oracle" stand will give you the chance to connect with our recruitment team and get information about the Recruitment process and making your career path in Oracle. Register here.

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  • IASA Sessions on Social Networking Note Influence of Millennial Generation on Insurance Technology

    - by [email protected]
    Helen Pitts, senior product marketing manager for Oracle Insurance is blogging from the 2010 IASA Annual Conference and Business Show this week. Social networking continues to be a buzzword for many in the industry. Erin Esurance, the Geico Gecko and even Nationwide's "The World's Greatest Spokesperson in the World" all have a prominent presence in the social media world. Sessions at the 2010 IASA Annual Conference and Business Show this week in Grapevine, Texas, highlighted how the millennial generation's exploding use of social media is spurring more carriers to leverage tools like Facebook, LinkedIn and other social networks to engage prospect and customers. While panelists encouraged carriers to leverage social networking tools for marketing and communications, they expressed the need for caution and corporate governance when it comes to using the tools as a part of claims, underwriting, and human resources recruitment business practices, and interactions with producers. (A previous Oracle Insurance blog entry by my colleague Susan Keuer noted that social networking and its impact on the underwriting process was also a hot topic at the recent AHOU conference.) Speaking of the millennial generation, IASA announced a new scholarship program and awarded three scholarships during the association's conference this week. The IASA Insurance Industry Collegiate Scholarship Program awards $2,000 scholarships to students in their second or third year of college who are studying an insurance-related field at a four-year college or university. The IASA scholarship committee is co-chaired by Wendy Gibson, vice president of business development for Oracle Insurance. Gibson, a long time IASA volunteer, is completing her second term on IASA's volunteer management team as vice president of industry relations. Helen Pitts is senior product marketing manager for Oracle Insurance.

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  • JDeveloper and ADF at UKOUG

    - by Grant Ronald
    This year, Oracle ADF and JDeveloper has a big showing at the UKOUG (about 22 hours worth!!)- Europe's largest Oracle User Group.  There are three days packed with awesome ADF content delivered by some of the leading lights in ADF Developement including Duncan Mills, Frank Nimphius, Shay Shmeltzer, Susan Duncan, Lucas Jellema, Steven Davelaar, Sten Vesterli (and I'll be there as well!). Please make sure you refer to the official agenda for timings but an outline is here (if you think there are any sessions I have missed let me know and I will add them) Monday 10:00 - 10:45 - Deepdive into logical and physical data modeling with JDeveloper 10:00 - 12:15 - Debugging ADF Applications 12:15 - 13:15 - Learn ADF Task Flows in 60 Minutes 14:30 - 15:15 - ADF's Hidden Gem - the Groovy scripting language in Oracle ADF 15:25 - 16:10 - ADF Patterns for Forms Conversions 16:35 - 17:35 - Dummies Guide to Oracle ADF 16:35 - 17:35 - ADF Security Overview - Strategies and Best Practices 17:45 - 18:30 - A Methodology for Enterprise Applications with Oracle ADF Tuesday 09:00 - 10:00 - Real World Performance Tuning for Oracle ADF 11:15 - 12:15 - Keynote: Modern Development, Mobility and Rich Internet Applications 11:15 - 12:15 - Migration to Fusion Middleware 11g: Real world cases of Forms, ADF and Identity Management upgrades 14:40 - 15:20 - What's new in JDeveloper 11gR2 14:40 - 15:20 - Development Tools Roundtable 15:35 - 16:20 - ALM in Jdeveloper is exciting! 16:40 - 17:40 - Moving Oracle Forms to Oracle ADF: Case Studies Wednesday 09:00 - 10:00 - Building a Multi-Tasking ADF Application with Dynamic Regions and Dynamic Tabs 10:10 - 10:55 - Building Highly Reusable ADF Taskflows 12:30 - 13:30 - Design Patterns, Customization and Extensibility of Fusion Applications 14:25 - 15:10 - Continuous Integration with Hudson: What a year! 14:00 - 17:00 - Wednesday Wizardry with Fusion Middleware - Live application development demonstration with ADF, SOA Suite 15:20 - 16:05 - Adding Mobile and Web 2.0 UIs to Existing Applications - The Fusion Way  16:15 - 17:00 - Leveraging ADF for Building Complex Custom Applications

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  • PHP regex to match sentences that contain a year

    - by zen
    I need a regular expression that will extract sentences from text that contain a year in them. Example text: Next, in 1988 the Bradys were back again for a holiday celebration, "A Very Brady Christmas". Susan Olsen (Cindy) would be missing from this reunion, Jennifer Runyon took her place. This was a two hour movie in which the Bradys got together to celebrate Christmas, introducing the world to the spouses and children of the Brady kids. This movie was the highest rated TV-movie of 1988. If the example text was variable $string, I need it to return: $sentenceWithYear[0] = Next, in 1988 the Bradys were back again for a holiday celebration, "A Very Brady Christmas". $sentenceWithYear[1] = This movie was the highest rated TV-movie of 1988. If it's possible to retain the year via regex, I'd use the year within the sentence and eventually insert the sentences into a database like: INSERT INTO table_name (year, sentence) VALUES ('$year', '$sentenceWithYear[x]')

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  • Java: matching two different type of array

    - by sling
    Hi, I am doing a password login that requires me to match two array: User and Pass. If user key in "mark" and "pass", it should show successfully. However I have trouble with the String[] input = pass.getPassword(); and the matching of the two arrays. String[] User = {"mark", "susan", "bobo"}; String[] Pass = {"pass", "word", "password"}; String[] input = pass.getPassword(); if(Pass.length == input.length && user.getText().equals(User)) { lblstat.setForeground(Color.GREEN); lblstat.setText("Successful"); } else { lblstat.setForeground(Color.RED); lblstat.setText("Failed"); }

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  • Sorting an array in PHP based on different values

    - by Jimbo
    I have an array whose elements are name, reversed_name, first_initial and second_initial. A typical row is "Aaron Smith", "Smith, Aaron", "a", "s". Each row in the array has a first_initial or second_initial value of "a". I need to display the rows alphabetically but based on the "a" part, so that either the name or reversed_name will be displayed. An example output would be: Aaron Smith Abbot, Paul Adrian Jones Anita Thompson Atherton, Susan I really have no idea how to sort the array this way so any help will be much appreciated!

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  • postgres counting one record twice if it meets certain criteria

    - by Dashiell0415
    I thought that the query below would naturally do what I explain, but apparently not... My table looks like this: id | name | g | partner | g2 1 | John | M | Sam | M 2 | Devon | M | Mike | M 3 | Kurt | M | Susan | F 4 | Stacy | F | Bob | M 5 | Rosa | F | Rita | F I'm trying to get the id where either the g or g2 value equals 'M'... But, a record where both the g and g2 values are 'M' should return two lines, not 1. So, in the above sample data, I'm trying to return: $q = pg_query("SELECT id FROM mytable WHERE ( g = 'M' OR g2 = 'M' )"); 1 1 2 2 3 4 But, it always returns: 1 2 3 4

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  • FileContentResult and international characters

    - by suzi167
    Hello, I am using a fileContentResult to render a file to the browser. It works well except that it throws an exception when the fileName contains international characters. I remember reading somewhere that this feature does not support international characters but I am sure there mustbe a workaround or a best practice people follow in cases the application needs to upload files in countries other than US. Does anyone know of such a practice?Here is the ActionResult Method public ActionResult GetFile(byte[] value, string fileName) { string fileExtension = Path.GetExtension(fileName); string contentType = GetContentType(fileExtension); //gets the content Type return File(value, contentType, fileName); } THanks in advance Susan

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  • Serving images from Amazon S3 in PHP application

    - by luckytaxi
    So it just occurred to me that once I upload profile pics to S3, I have to figure out a way to keep track of the files. For example, if "susan" uploads 3 profile pics, I need to recall those 3 pictures and display it on her profile page if someone views her page. With that said, would the following work? User uploads picture from form Save file information (filename, user info, etc...) into DB and reference URL from S3 Upload photos to S3 When displaying pictures, I'll query the DB for the info and display the images from S3 accordingly.

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  • What’s new in IIS8, Perf, Indexing Service-Week 49

    - by OWScott
    You can find this week’s video here. After some delays in the publishing process week 49 is finally live.  This week I'm taking Q&A from viewers, starting with what's new in IIS8, a question on enable32BitAppOnWin64, performance settings for asp.net, the ARR Helper, and Indexing Services. Starting this week for the remaining four weeks of the 52 week series I'll be taking questions and answers from the viewers. Already a number of questions have come in. This week we look at five topics. Pre-topic: We take a look at the new features in IIS8. Last week Internet Information Services (IIS) 8 Beta was released to the public. This week's video touches on the upcoming features in the next version of IIS. Here’s a link to the blog post which was mentioned in the video Question 1: In a number of places (http://learn.iis.net/page.aspx/201/32-bit-mode-worker-processes/, http://channel9.msdn.com/Events/MIX/MIX08/T06), I've saw that enable32BitAppOnWin64 is recommended for performance reasons. I'm guessing it has to do with memory usage... but I never could find detailed explanation on why this is recommended (even Microsoft books are vague on this topic - they just say - do it, but provide no reason why it should be done). Do you have any insight into this? (Predrag Tomasevic) Question 2: Do you have any recommendations on modifying aspnet.config and machine.config to deliver better performance when it comes to "high number of concurrent connections"? I've implemented recommendations for modifying machine.config from this article (http://www.codeproject.com/KB/aspnet/10ASPNetPerformance.aspx - ASP.NET Process Configuration Optimization section)... but I would gladly listen to more recommendations if you have them. (Predrag Tomasevic) Question 3: Could you share more of your experience with ARR Helper? I'm specifically interested in configuring ARR Helper (for example - how to only accept only X-Forwards-For from certain IPs (proxies you trust)). (Predrag Tomasevic) Question 4: What is the replacement for indexing service to use in coding web search pages on a Windows 2008R2 server? (Susan Williams) Here’s the link that was mentioned: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ee692804.aspx This is now week 49 of a 52 week series for the web pro. You can view past and future weeks here: http://dotnetslackers.com/projects/LearnIIS7/ You can find this week’s video here.

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