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  • Resolving ambiguous this pointer in C++

    - by Paul Tevis
    I'm trying to derive a new class from an old one. The base class declaration looks like this: class Driver : public Plugin, public CmdObject { protected: Driver(); public: static Driver* GetInstance(); virtual Engine& GetEngine(); public: // Plugin methods... virtual bool InitPlugin (Mgr* pMgr); virtual bool Open(); virtual bool Close(); // CmdObject virtual bool ExecObjCmd(uint16 cmdID, uint16 nbParams, CommandParam *pParams, CmdChannelError& error); Mgr *m_pMgr; protected: Services *m_pServices; Engine m_Engine; }; Its constructor looks like this: Driver::Driver() : YCmdObject("Driver", (CmdObjectType)100, true), m_Engine("MyEngine") { Services *m_pServices = NULL; Mgr *m_pMgr = NULL; } So when I created my derived class, I first tried to simply inherit from the base class: class NewDriver : public Driver and copy the constructor: NewDriver::NewDriver() : CmdObject("NewDriver", (EYCmdObjectType)100, true), m_Engine("MyNewEngine") { Services *m_pServices = NULL; Mgr *m_pMgr = NULL; } The compiler (VisualDSP++ 5.0 from Analog Devices) didn't like this: ".\NewDriver.cpp", line 10: cc0293: error: indirect nonvirtual base class is not allowed CmdObject("NewDriver", (EYCmdObjectType)100, true), That made sense, so I decided to directly inherit from Plugin and CmdObject. To avoid multiple inheritance ambiguity problems (so I thought), I used virtual inheritance: class NewDriver : public Driver, public virtual Plugin, public virtual CmdObject But then, in the implementation of a virtual method in NewDriver, I tried to call the Mgr::RegisterPlugin method that takes a Plugin*, and I got this: ".\NewDriver.cpp", line 89: cc0286: error: base class "Plugin" is ambiguous if (!m_pMgr->RegisterPlugin(this)) How is the this pointer ambiguous, and how do I resolve it? Thanks, --Paul

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  • IE performance issues with offsetHeight and offsetWidth

    - by Paul
    I have a site that grabs the response text from an AJAX call and does 'innerHTML' on a div that is going to contain it. After I do the 'innerHTML' I process the DIV by traversing the whole hierarchy of nodes and grabbing their [offsetWidth/offsetHeight] to do some operations with it. Why not css style width/height? because sometimes those values are not available since I don't control what is coming from the AJAX response, plus I want the real box dimensions including borders/scrolls/padding. On large injections (let's say 7,000 new DOM elements) IE takes way longer time than FF/Safari just to get this [offsetWidth/offsetHeight], actually if I wasn't doing injection but just render the contents of the HTML in the browser and processing it, it would be much faster. But that is not an option since I have to inject it on a div that will contain it. Anybody has deal with this kind of issue before? is there an alternative to innerHTML, I have try using documentFragment to inject and process and the move it to the div and still I don't see much gain. How can I get the values that are available with [offsetWidth/offsetHeight]? Thanks a bunch for any suggestions. Paul

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  • How to query JDO persistent objects in unowned relationship model?

    - by Paul B
    Hello, I'm trying to migrate my app from PHP and RDBMS (MySQL) to Google App Engine and have a hard time figuring out data model and relationships in JDO. In my current app I use a lot of JOIN queries like: SELECT users.name, comments.comment FROM users, comments WHERE users.user_id = comments.user_id AND users.email = '[email protected]' As I understand, JOIN queries are not supported in this way so the only(?) way to store data is using unowned relationships and "foreign" keys. There is a documentation regarding that, but no useful examples. So far I have something like this: @PersistenceCapable public class Users {     @PrimaryKey     @Persistent(valueStrategy = IdGeneratorStrategy.IDENTITY)     private Key key;     @Persistent     private String name;         @Persistent     private String email;         @Persistent     private Set<Key> commentKeys;     // Accessors... } @PersistenceCapable public class Comments {     @PrimaryKey     @Persistent(valueStrategy = IdGeneratorStrategy.IDENTITY)     private Key key;     @Persistent     private String comment;         @Persistent     private Date commentDate;     @Persistent     private Key userKey;     // Accessors... } So, how do I get a list with commenter's name, comment and date in one query? I see how I probably could get away with 3 queries but that seems wrong and would create unnecessary overhead. Please, help me out with some code examples. -- Paul.

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  • Return an Oracle Associative Array from a function

    - by Paul Johnson
    Does anybody know if it is possible to return an associative array as the result of an Oracle function, if so do you have any examples? I have an Oracle package which contains an associative array declaration as defined below: TYPE EVENTPARAM IS TABLE OF NUMBER INDEX BY BINARY_INTEGER; This is then used in a stored procedure outside the package as follows: v_CompParams areva_interface.eventparam; The intention is to store an associative array of strings in the variable v_CompParams, returned from a Parse function in another package. The definition for which is as follows: PACKAGE STRING_MANIP IS TYPE a_array IS TABLE OF NUMBER INDEX BY BINARY_INTEGER; FUNCTION Parse (v_string VARCHAR2, v_delim VARCHAR2) RETURN a_array; FUNCTION RowCount(colln IN a_array) RETURN NUMBER; END; The code which implements this is: v_CompParams := STRING_MANIP.PARSE(v_CompID,v_Delim); Unfortunately it doesn't work, I get the error 'PLS-00382: expression is of wrong type'. I foolishly assumed, that since a_array derives from the same source Oracle type as the variable v_CompParams, that there would be no problem casting between them. Any help much appreciated. Kind Regards Paul J.

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  • Do I need to write a trigger for such a simple constraint?

    - by Paul Hanbury
    I really had a hard time knowing what words to put into the title of my question, as I am not especially sure if there is a database pattern related to my problem. I will try to simplify matters as much as possible to get directly to the heart of the issue. Suppose I have some tables. The first one is a list of widget types: create table widget_types ( widget_type_id number(7,0) primary key, description varchar2(50) ); The next one contains icons: create table icons ( icon_id number(7,0) primary key, picture blob ); Even though the users get to select their preferred widget, there is a predefined subset of widgets that they can choose from for each widget type. create table icon_associations ( widget_type_id number(7,0) references widget_types, icon_id number(7,0) references icons, primary key (widget_type_id, icon_id) ); create table icon_prefs ( user_id number(7,0) references users, widget_type_id number(7,0), icon_id number(7,0), primary key (user_id, widget_type_id), foreign key (widget_type_id, icon_id) references icon_associations ); Pretty simple so far. Let us now assume that if we are displaying an icon to a user who has not set up his preferences, we choose one of the appropriate images associated with the current widget. I'd like to specify the preferred icon to display in such a case, and here's where I run into my problem: alter table icon_associations add ( is_preferred char(1) check( is_preferred in ('y','n') ) ) ; I do not see how I can enforce that for each widget_type there is one, and only one, row having is_preferred set to 'y'. I know that in MySQL, I am able to write a subquery in my check constraint to quickly resolve this issue. This is not possible with Oracle. Is my mistake that this column has no business being in the icon_associations table? If not where should it go? Is this a case where, in Oracle, the constraint can only be handled with a trigger? I ask only because I'd like to go the constraint route if at all possible. Thanks so much for your help, Paul

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  • When a restore isn’t really complete

    - by John Paul Cook
    This week I discovered that restoring from a full backup doesn’t always restore SQL Server to the same state it was in when the backup was made. There are three settings that, if enabled, are not restored after a database restore. Thanks to Greg Low for pointing out that the list of affected settings is found in the SQL Server 2008 Upgrade Technical Reference Guide from which I quote: · is_broker_enabled · is_honor_broker_priority_on · is_trustworthy_on Detaching and attaching a database will also...(read more)

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  • Oracle University Begins Beta Testing For New "Oracle Application Express Developer Certified Expert

    - by Paul Sorensen
    Oracle University has begun beta testing for the new Oracle Application Express Developer Certified Expert certification, which requires passing one exam - "Oracle Application Express 3.2: Developing Web Applications" exam (#1Z1-450).In this video, Marcie Young of Oracle Server Technologies takes you on a quick preview of what is on the exam, how to prepare, and what to expect: The "Oracle Application Express: Developing Web Applications" training course teaches many of of the key concepts that are tested in the exam. This course is not a requirement to take the exam, however it is highly recommended.Additionally, Marcie refers to several helpful resources that are highly recommended while preparing, including the Oracle Application Express hosted instance at apex.oracle.com and Oracle Application Express product page on OTN.You can take the "Oracle Application Express 3.2: Developing Web Applications" exam now for only $50 USD while it is in beta. Beta exams are an excellent way to directly provide your input into the final version of the certification exam as well as be one of the very first certified in the track. Furthermore - passing the beta counts for full final exam credit. Note that beta testing is offered for a limited time only.Register now at pearsonvue.com/oracle to take the exam at a Pearson VUE testing center nearest you.QUICK LINKSRegister For Exam: Pearson VUE About Certification Track: Oracle Application Express Developer Certified ExpertAbout Certification Exam: Oracle Application Express 3.2: Developing Web Applications (1Z1-450)Introductory Training (Recommended): "Oracle Application Express: Developing Web Applications"Advanced Training (Suggested): "Oracle Application Express: Advanced Workshop"Oracle Application Express Hosted Instance: apex.oracle.comOracle Application Express Product Page: on OTNLearn More: Oracle Certification Beta Exams

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  • Value Chain Planning in Las Vegas

    - by Paul Homchick
    Several Oracle Value Chain Planning experts will be presenting at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center in Las Vegas, for Collaborate 2010- April 18th- 22nd, 2010. We have five sessions as follows: Monday, April 19, 1:15 pm - 2:15 pm, Breakers H, Roger Goossens Oracle VCP Vice President Leveraging Oracle Value Chain Planning for Your Planning Business Transformation Monday, April 19, 3:45 pm - 4:45 pm, Breakers I, Scott Malcolm, Oracle VCP Development Complex Supply Chain Planning Made Easy: Introducing Oracle Rapid Planning Tuesday, April 20, 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm, Breakers I, John Bermudez, Oracle VCP Strategy Synchronize Your Financial and Operating Plans with Oracle Integrated Business Planning Wednesday, April 21, 10:30 am - 11:30 am, Breakers I, Vikash Goyal, Oracle VCP Strategy Oracle Demantra: What's New? Wednesday, April 21, 2:15 pm - 3:15 pm, Mandalay Bay Ballroom A, Roger Goossens Oracle VCP Vice President Value Chain Planning for JD Edwards EnterpriseOne We will also be in the demogrounds, so stop by to see the latest VCP innovations from Oracle and talk to our experts.

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  • Value Chain Planning in Las Vegas

    - by Paul Homchick
    Several Oracle Value Chain Planning experts will be presenting at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center in Las Vegas, for Collaborate 2010- April 18th- 22nd, 2010. We have five sessions as follows: Monday, April 19, 1:15 pm - 2:15 pm, Breakers H, Roger Goossens VCP Vice President Leveraging Oracle Value Chain Planning for Your Planning Business Transformation Monday, April 19th, 2010- 1.15 pm-2.15 pm, Breakers D, Rich Caballero, CRM Vice President Delivering Superior Customer Service with Oracle's Siebel Service Applications Wednesday, April 21, 2:15 pm - 3:15 pm, Mandalay Bay Ballroom A, Roger Goossens VCP Vice President Value Chain Planning for JD Edwards EnterpriseOne We will also be in the demogrounds, so stop by to see the latest VCP innovations from Oracle and talk to our experts.

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  • Upcoming Conferences to Showcase Oracle's Latest Procurement Applications

    - by Paul Homchick
    The 2010 conference season is kicking off with a series of events featuring executive updates demos of Oracle's newest procurement products. Attendees will also have the chance to meet with Oracle customers and technical representatives to discuss best practices for optimizing procurement processes. New Procurement TechnologiesOracle will use the events to showcase a number of procurement applications introduced since last year's Oracle OpenWorld: Oracle Supplier Lifecycle Management--a supplier-development application released this year to simplify the qualification, assessment, and performance monitoring of vendors (see related story). Oracle Supplier Hub--another 2010 introduction, the Oracle Supplier Hub unifies and shares critical information about all the suppliers in an organization's stable (see related story). Oracle Spend Classification--an intelligence-based application that improves spend and performance visibility. Oracle Procurement On Demand--the adaptive solution that enables and accelerates procurement transformation. Oracle Procurement and Spend Analytics 7.9.6.1--the latest release of Oracle Business Intelligence extends new content and integration capabilities to additional platforms and languages. Click here to find an event near you: List of conferences by location.

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  • EPM System Standard Deployment Video Series

    - by Paul Anderson -Oracle
    (in via Jan) A four-part video series on deploying Enterprise Performance Management (EPM) System Products has been made available within the Oracle EPMWebcasts YouTube channel. This video series is designed for system administrators. It provides an overview of how to deploy EPM System products using the standard deployment methodology. Deploying EPM System Using Standard Deployment video series: Part 1 - Overview [3:12] Describes the EPM standard deployment and details each of the videos in the series. Part 2 - Preparing for Deployment [3:41] Discusses how to prepare for an EPM standard deployment. Part 3 - Installing and Configuring an Initial Instance of EPM System [4:11] Outlines the steps to install and configure an initial instance of EPM System components.. Part 4 - Scaling Out and Installing EPM System Clients [4:00] Provides an overview of the steps to scale out EPM System components and install EPM System client software. More information is available within the PDF document: EPM System Standard Deployment Guide 11.1.2.3 To view and and access other Oracle EPM Webcast videos visit: Oracle EPM Webcasts YouTube Channel To view and download all of the EPM product documentation visit the Oracle Technology Network (OTN) EPM Documentation Library. In addition to the Oracle EPM Webcasts YouTube channel these videos along with other EPM related product videos and information are available in the Oracle Learning Library (OLL) - visit: Oracle Learning Library - EPM Consolidation and Planning Videos

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  • My first SQL Saturday

    - by Paul Nielsen
    I’m leaving soon for an exciting journey with a thrilling destination – my first SQL Saturday. So I decided to do it right and I’m taking the Amtrak Acela Express from Boston to New York. I love New York! If you’re headed to SQL Saturday #39, and you love database design, I invite you to come to my session on Temporal Database Designs – how to design a table so it can be queried as of any pervious point in time. The proof of concept code is posted at http://temporalsql.codeplex.com/ . See you there....(read more)

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  • Fresh Voices

    - by Paul Nielsen
    The PASS Summit 2010 Call for Speakers is closed. When the call went out I offered to review abstracts for anyone interested, which gave a peak into the content of the next PASS, albeit a skewed peak, but what I did see was encouraging. In all I reviewed about 50 abstracts (several of these I found on my junk folder, so I apologize to any that I didn’t see.) The abstracts I reviewed had a mix of new topics and core technologies from new speakers, regulars, and a few MVPs. The observation that stood...(read more)

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  • I'm a happy camper

    - by Paul Nielsen
    I’m satisfied with SQL Server 2008. It meets my needs and I can build whatever I want in the database. There’s no feature that it lacks that blocking my development. SQL Server 2008 is what I see when I close my eyes and dream. Maybe I’m just pleased with my current projects, maybe I’m being dense, maybe I lack imagination, tell me if I’m being stupid, but I feel no compelling need for an upgrade. If Microsoft didn’t ship the new version for 3 or 5 more years, I’d be ok with that. I’m sure there...(read more)

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  • Hugh Bin-Haad's SQL Rumours

    - by Paul Nielsen
    Insider rumours and gossip from the murky world of the Database Industry, and from the colourful characters that inhabit it http://www.simple-talk.com/sql/editors-corner/insider-insights/ Share this post: email it! | bookmark it! | digg it! | reddit! | kick it! | live it!...(read more)

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  • Why Doesn’t Partition Elimination Work?

    - by Paul White
    Given a partitioned table and a simple SELECT query that compares the partitioning column to a single literal value, why does SQL Server read all the partitions when it seems obvious that only one partition needs to be examined? Sample Data The following script creates a table, partitioned on the char(3) column ‘Div’, and populates it with 100,000 rows of data: USE Sandpit; GO CREATE PARTITION FUNCTION PF ( char (3)) AS RANGE RIGHT FOR VALUES ( '1' , '2' , '3' , '4' , '5' , '6' , '7' , '8' , '9'...(read more)

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  • AutoAudit 1.10c

    - by Paul Nielsen
    AutoAudit is a free SQL Server (2005, 2008) Code-Gen utility that creates Audit Trail Triggers with: · Created, Modified, and RowVersion (incrementing INT) columns to table · Creates View to reconstruct deleted rows · Creates UDF to reconstruct Row History · Schema Audit Trigger to track schema changes · Re-code-gens triggers when Alter Table changes the table Version 1.10c Adds: · Createdby and ModifiedBy columns. Pass the user to the column and AutoAudit records that username instead of the Suser_Sname...(read more)

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  • Oracle Supply Chain Sessions at Collaborate 2010

    - by Paul Homchick
    Oracle SCM executives will be presenting more than thirty sessions at the Collaborate 2010 Oracle Users' Group Conference in Las Vegas, Nevada, April 18-22.Charles Phillips, President of Oracle will give a keynote address on Monday "Transforming Customer Value -- Delivering Highest Customer Service."A list of the Oracle SCM sessions to be presented at Collaborate 2010 is presented after the break...

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  • What code smell best describes this code?

    - by Paul Stovell
    Suppose you have this code in a class: private DataContext _context; public Customer[] GetCustomers() { GetContext(); return _context.Customers.ToArray(); } public Order[] GetOrders() { GetContext(); return _context.Customers.ToArray(); } // For the sake of this example, a new DataContext is *required* // for every public method call private void GetContext() { if (_context != null) { _context.Dispose(); } _context = new DataContext(); } This code isn't thread-safe - if two calls to GetOrders/GetCustomers are made at the same time from different threads, they may end up using the same context, or the context could be disposed while being used. Even if this bug didn't exist, however, it still "smells" like bad code. A much better design would be for GetContext to always return a new instance of DataContext and to get rid of the private field, and to dispose of the instance when done. Changing from an inappropriate private field to a local variable feels like a better solution. I've looked over the code smell lists and can't find one that describes this. In the past I've thought of it as temporal coupling, but the Wikipedia description suggests that's not the term: Temporal coupling When two actions are bundled together into one module just because they happen to occur at the same time. This page discusses temporal coupling, but the example is the public API of a class, while my question is about the internal design. Does this smell have a name? Or is it simply "buggy code"?

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  • Giving a Bomberman AI intelligent bomb placement

    - by Paul Manta
    I'm trying to implement an AI algorithm for Bomberman. Currently I have a working but not very smart rudimentary implementation (the current AI is overzealous in placing bombs). This is the first AI I've ever tried implementing and I'm a bit stuck. The more sophisticated algorithms I have in mind (the ones that I expect to make better decisions) are too convoluted to be good solutions. What general tips do you have for implementing a Bomberman AI? Are there radically different approaches for making the bot either more defensive or offensive? Edit: Current algorithm My current algorithm goes something like this (pseudo-code): 1) Try to place a bomb and then find a cell that is safe from all the bombs, including the one that you just placed. To find that cell, iterate over the four directions; if you can find any safe divergent cell and reach it in time (eg. if the direction is up or down, look for a cell that is found to the left or right of this path), then it's safe to place a bomb and move in that direction. 2) If you can't find and safe divergent cells, try NOT placing a bomb and look again. This time you'll only need to look for a safe cell in only one direction (you don't have to diverge from it). 3) If you still can't find a safe cell, don't do anything. for $(direction) in (up, down, left, right): place bomb at current location if (can find and reach divergent safe cell in current $(direction)): bomb = true move = $(direction) return for $(direction) in (up, down, left, right): do not place bomb at current location if (any safe cell in the current $(direction)): bomb = false move = $(direction) return else: bomb = false move = stay_put This algorithm makes the bot very trigger-happy (it'll place bombs very frequently). It doesn't kill itself, but it does have a habit of making itself vulnerable by going into dead ends where it can be blocked and killed by the other players. Do you have any suggestions on how I might improve this algorithm? Or maybe I should try something completely different? One of the problems with this algorithm is that it tends to leave the bot with very few (frequently just one) safe cells on which it can stand. This is because the bot leaves a trail of bombs behind it, as long as it doesn't kill itself. However, leaving a trail of bombs behind leaves few places where you can hide. If one of the other players or bots decide to place a bomb somewhere near you, it often happens that you have no place to hide and you die. I need a better way to decide when to place bombs.

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  • Hugh Bin-Haad's SQL Rumours

    - by Paul Nielsen
    Insider rumours and gossip from the murky world of the Database Industry, and from the colourful characters that inhabit it http://www.simple-talk.com/sql/editors-corner/insider-insights/ Share this post: email it! | bookmark it! | digg it! | reddit! | kick it! | live it!...(read more)

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  • Graphics module: Am I going the right way?

    - by Paul
    I'm trying to write the graphics module of my engine. That is, this part of the code only provides an interface through which to load images, fonts, etc and draw them on the screen. It is also a wrapper for the library I'm using (SDL in this case). Here are the interfaces for my Image, Font and GraphicsRenderer classes. Please tell me if I'm going the right way. Image class Image { public: Image(); Image(const Image& other); Image(const char* file); ~Image(); bool load(const char* file); void free(); bool isLoaded() const; Image& operator=(const Image& other); private: friend class GraphicsRenderer; void* data_; }; Font class Font { public: Font(); Font(const Font& other); Font(const char* file, int ptsize); ~Font(); void load(const char* file, int ptsize); void free(); bool isLoaded() const; Font& operator=(const Font& other); private: friend class GraphicsRenderer; void* data_; }; GrapphicsRenderer class GraphicsRenderer { public: static GraphicsRenderer* Instance(); void blitImage(const Image& img, int x, int y); void blitText(const char* string, const Font& font, int x, int y); void render(); protected: GraphicsRenderer(); GraphicsRenderer(const GraphicsRenderer& other); GraphicsRenderer& operator=(const GraphicsRenderer& other); ~GraphicsRenderer(); private: void* screen_; bool initialize(); void finalize(); };

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  • Have You Met The Requirements?

    - by Paul Sorensen
    Hi Everyone,Just a reminder to everyone that it's very important that candidates refer to the Oracle certification web site for specific and ongoing requirements related to the certification that they are pursuing. Each certification may have different requirements that may include online exams, center-based exams and Hands-on Course attendance requirements. Candidates must meet all requirements in order to become certified.The Oracle certification website will provide you with detailed information related to track requirements and also the details of each specific exam. The track and exam details pages can and should be an ongoing guide to help you successfully prepare, study and complete your certification.Additionally other Important information is available on the Oracle certification website including available offerings, policies, exam pricing, recommended training and more. Please be sure to visit often as you pursue your certification. Thank you, QUICK LINKSOracle certification web siteHands-on Course Attendance Requirements

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  • Problem with WCF-SQL Adapter

    - by Paul Petrov
    When using WCF receive adapter with SQL binding in Polling mode please be aware of the following problem. Problem: At some regular but seemingly random intervals the application stops processing new requests, places a lock on the database and prevent other application from accessing it. Initially it looked like DTC issue, as it was distributed transaction that stalled most of the time. Symptoms: Orchestration instances in Dehydrated state, receive location not picking up new messages, exclusive locks on database tables, errors in DTC trace. Cause: Microsoft has confirmed that there is a bug in the WCF-SQL adapter. In the receive adapter binding configuration there's receiveTimeout property set to 10 minutes by default. If during this period data is not found in the table the adapter would start new thread and allocate more memory without releasing old resources. Thus if there's no new data in the table for a long time a new thread will be created in the host instance every 10 minutes until it reaches threshold (1000) and then there's no threads left for this host instance and it can't start/complete any tasks. Then this host instance won't be able to do anything. If other artifacts are hosted in the instance they will suffer consequences as well. Solution: - Set receiveTimeout to the maximum time 24.20:31:23.6470000. - Place WCF-SQL receive locations in separate host to provide its own thread pool and eliminate impact on other processes - Ensure WCF-SQL dedicated host instances are restarted at interval less or equal to receiveTimeout to flush threads and memory - Monitor performance counters Process/Thread Count/BTSNTSvc{n} for thread count trend and respond to alert if it grows by restarting host instance If you use WCF-SQL Adapter in the Notification mode then make sure to remove sqlAdapterInboundTransactionBehavior otherwise this location will exhibit the same issue. In this case though, setting receiveTimeout doesn't help and new thread will be created at default intervals (10 min) ignoring maximum setting.

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  • Upgraded Linux, now CMS Made Simple is spewing errors

    - by Paul Tomblin
    I upgraded my host from Debian Lenny to Debian Squeeze, and now my CMS Made Simple site is spewing PHP errors all over the screen. I thought I'd upgrade the CMS because I haven't done so in a while, but Google Chrome tells me that the CMS Made Simple site is infested with malware. What are my options now? Example errors: Deprecated: Assigning the return value of new by reference is deprecated in /www/danmurn/cms/include.php on line 73 Deprecated: Assigning the return value of new by reference is deprecated in /www/danmurn/cms/include.php on line 162 Deprecated: Assigning the return value of new by reference is deprecated in /www/danmurn/cms/include.php on line 240 Warning: session_start() [function.session-start]: Cannot send session cookie - headers already sent by (output started at /www/danmurn/cms/include.php:73) in /www/danmurn/cms/include.php on line 34 Warning: session_start() [function.session-start]: Cannot send session cache limiter - headers already sent (output started at /www/danmurn/cms/include.php:73) in /www/danmurn/cms/include.php on line 34 Deprecated: Function set_magic_quotes_runtime() is deprecated in /www/danmurn/cms/include.php on line 62 Deprecated: Assigning the return value of new by reference is deprecated in /www/danmurn/cms/lib/classes/class.global.inc.php on line 184 Deprecated: Assigning the return value of new by reference is deprecated in /www/danmurn/cms/lib/classes/class.global.inc.php on line 196

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