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  • How do I fix the error: CS1548: Cryptographic failure while signing assembly ?

    - by Paula DiTallo
    The full error in Microsoft Visual Studio on a compile looks like this: error CS1548: Cryptographic failure while signing assembly 'C:\Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server\100\Samples\Analysis Services\Programmability\AMO\AMOAdventureWorks\CS\StoredProcedures\obj\Debug\StoredProcedures.dll' This is likely due to a missing strong key pair value file. The easiest way to solve this problem is to create a new one. Navigate to:  Microsoft Visual Studio 2010>Visual Studio Tools>Visual Studio x64 Win64 Command Prompt (2010)  [if you aren't on an x64 box, pick another command prompt option that fits] Once the MS-Dos window displays, type in this statement: sn -k c:\SampleKey.snk Then copy the output *.snk file to project directory, or the *referenced directory. Remove the old reference to the *.snk file from the project. Add the paired key back to the project as an existing item. When you add back the *.snk file to the project, you will see that the *.snk file is no longer missing.   Our work is done!   *referenced directory: Pay attention to the original error message on compile. The *.snk file that is referenced may be in a directory path you aren't expecting--so you will still get the error unless you change the directory path or write the file to the directory the program is expecting to find the *.snk file.

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  • Oracle Utilities Application Framework future feature deprecation

    - by Paula Speranza-Hadley
    From time to time, existing functionality is replaced with alternative features to offer greater flexibility and standardization. In Oracle Utilities Application Framework V4.2.0.0.0 the following features are being announced for deprecation in the next release or have been previously announced and are not being delivered with this version of the Oracle Utilities Application Framework: ·         No SQL Server Support – Oracle Utilities Application Framework V4.2.0.0.0 or above does not ship with any support for SQL Server. ·         No MPL Support – Oracle Utilities Application Framework V4.2.0.0.0 or above does not ship with the Multi-Purpose Listener (MPL) component of the XML Application Integration (XAI) component. Customers using the MPL should migrate to Oracle Service Bus. ·         No provided Crystal Reports/Business Objects Interface – Oracle Utilities Application Framework V4.2.0.0.0 or above does not ship with a supported Crystal Reports/Business Objects Interface. This facility is now available as downloadable customization for existing or new customers. Responsibility for maintenance and new features is now individual customer's responsibility. ·         XAI Servlet deprecation – The XAI Servlet (xaiserver and classicxai) will be removed in the next release of the Oracle Utilities Application Framework. Customers are encouraged to migrate to the native Web Services Support as outlined in XAI Best Practices whitepaper available from My Oracle Support (Doc Id: 942074.1). ·         ConfigLab deprecation – The ConfigLab facility will be removed in the next release of Oracle Utilities Application Framework for products it is shipped with. Customers are recommended to migrate to the Configuration Migration Assistant which provides the same and more functionality.   ·         Archiving deprecation – The inbuilt Archiving has been removed from Oracle Utilities Application Framework V4.2.0.0.0 or above, for products it is shipped with. Customers considering Archiving solution should migrate to the Information Lifecycle Management based solution provided for your product. ·         DISTRIBUTED batch execution mode deprecation – The DISTRIBUTED execution mode used by the batch component of the Oracle Utilities Application Framework will be deprecated in the next release of the Oracle Utilities Application Framework. Customers using DISTRUBUTED mode should migrate to CLUSTERED mode as outlined in the Batch Best Practices For Oracle Utilities Application Framework Based Products whitepaper available from My Oracle Support (Doc Id: 836362.1). ·         XAI Schema Editor deprecation – The XAI Schema Editor which is a component of the Oracle Utilities Software Development Kit will be removed in the next release of the Oracle Utilities Application Framework. Customers should migrate their existing schemas to Business Object based schemas and use the browser based Schema Editor instead.  

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  • How do I know what Version of BizTalk is on my server?

    - by Paula DiTallo
    Originally posted on: http://geekswithblogs.net/AskPaula/archive/2013/07/02/153324.aspxThere are 2 ways to do this, the first is to query the BizTalkDBVersion table:use [BizTalkMgmtDb]goSELECT DatabaseMajor, DatabaseMinor,ProductBuildNumber, ProductRevision FROM dbo.BizTalkDBVersion;  Here is a list of possible BizTalk versions (CUP = cumulative update package, SP = service pack) :BTS20043.0.4902.0BTS2004SP13.0.6070.0BTS2004SP2 3.0.7405.0BTS2006 3.5.1602.0BTS2006R23.6.1404.0BTS20093.8.368.0BTS2010    3.9.469.0BTS2010CUP13.9.522.2BTS2010CUP23.9.530.2BTS2010CUP33.9.542.2BTS2010CUP43.9.545.2BTS2010CUP53.9.556.2BTS2013    3.10.229.0The second way is to follow these steps:Click Start, click Run, type regedt32, and then click OK.Once the window is up, navigate to  HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE,  then SOFTWARE, then Microsoft, then BizTalk Server, and finally open 3.0.This is what you should see:

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  • How do I Fix SQL Server error: Order by items must appear in the select list if Select distinct is s

    - by Paula DiTallo 2007-2009 All Rights Reserved
    There's more than one reason why you may receive this error, but the most common reason is that your order by statement column list doesn't correlate with the values specified in your column list when you happen to be using DISTINCT. This is usually easy to spot and resolve. A more obscure reason may be that you are using a function around one of the selected columns --but omitting to use the same function around the same selected column name in the order by statement. Here's an example:   select distinct upper(columnA)   from [evaluate].[testTable]    order by columnA  asc   This statement will cause the "Order by items must appear in the select list if SELECT DISTINCT is specified."  error to appear not because distinct was used, but because the order by statement did not utilize the upper() fundtion around colunnA.  To correct this error, do this: select distinct upper(columnA)   from [evaluate].[testTable]    order by upper(columnA) asc

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  • Oracle ETPM v2.3.1 Examachine Performance Benchmark Data Sheet

    - by Paula Speranza-Hadley
    Oracle Tax is pleased to announce the exceptional results of the Oracle ETPM v2.3.1 Examachine performance benchmark.   The benchmark achieved the following results:  · Processed8M outpayments and 2M payments in  6 hours · Processed 1M forms in 4 hours · Near  linear scalability of batch processing For the complete data sheet, please click on the following link:  https://blogs.oracle.com/tax/resource/OracleETPMv231ExamachinePerformanceBenchmarkDataSheet.pdf

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  • ETPM Environment Health Monitoring Tools

    - by Paula Speranza-Hadley
    This post is to provide some useful information about the tools typically used by Oracle ETPM implementations for performance tuning and analysis.   This includes tools to monitor and gather performance information and statistics on the Database, Application Server, and Client (browser).  Enterprise Monitoring Tools Oracle Enterprise Manager - OEM Grid Control comes with a comprehensive set of performance and health metrics that allow monitoring of key components in your environment such as applications, application servers, databases, as well as the back-end components on which they rely, such as hosts, operating systems and storage. Tools for the Database Oracle Diagnostics Pack Automatic Workload Repository (AWR)  - this tool gets statistics from memory abut the Time Model or DB Time, Wait Events, Active Session History and High Load SWL queries Automatic Database Diagnostic Monitor (ADDM) - This self-diagnostic software is built into the database.  It examines and analyzes data captured in AWR to dertermine possible performance issues.  It locates the root cause of the issue, provides recommendations for correcting the issues and qualifies the expected benefit. Oracle Database Tuning Pack SQL Tuning Advisor - This enables you to submit one or more SQL statements as input and receive output in the form of specific advice or recommendations on how to tune statements.  The recommendation relates to collection of statistics on objects, creation on new indexes and restructuring of SQL statements. SQL Access Advisor - This enables you to optimize data access paths of SQL queries by recommending a proper set of materialized views, indexes and partitions for a given SQL workload. Tools for the Application Server Weblogic Console - is a web-based, user interface used to configure and control a set of WebLogic servers or clusters (i.e. a "domain").  In any logical group of WebLogic servers there must exist one admin server, which hosts the WebLogic Admin console application and manages the associated configuratoin files. WebLogic Administrators will use the Administration Console for a number of tasks, including: Starting and stopping WebLogic servers or entire clusters. Configuring server parameters, security, database connections and deployed applications. Viewing server status, health and metrics. Yourkit for Profiling - helps analyze synchronization issues, including: Which threads were calling wait(), and for how long Which threads were blocked on attempt to acquire a monitor held by another thread (synchronized methods/blocks), and for how long Tools for the Client Fiddler - allows you to inspect traffic logs, debug and set breakpoints. Firebug – allows you to inspect and edit HTML, monitor network activity and debug JavaScript

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  • Dual Monitor results in 'greyed' windows

    - by paula
    This occurs in Maverick and Natty. Single screen is fine, mirror of single screen is fine. If the mirror box is unchecked and the second monitor is turned on to extend the desktop then all windows are greyed out (like they do when a process has timed out and is unresponsive) and pop up menus are greyed out but icons, panels and background are fine and the windows do operate (just can't see them well enough to use) I have a D620 with intel graphics. This machine did work with dual monitors at some time in the past, however I have been using another machine, a D630 with nvidia and it works fine. Yes, there have been any number of updates. I also upgraded from Maverick to Natty to see if it would go away. No joy. Also, the D620 has a dual boot windows system and the windows xp system works fine with daul monitors There is a forum thread that goes into more detail and there are a number of users experiencing this problem. Thread: greyed out windows Thanks for reading paula_ke

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  • How do I route my SMTP outgoing mail through gmail (Google Mail) ?

    - by Paula DiTallo
    Here is the quick answer:  Go into your client e software (e.g. Outlook, Thunderbird, etc.) for the account you are working on (usually default). Set the SMTP server to smtp.gmail.com Set the username as your gmail account user name (e.g. [email protected]). Gmail will need the username and password you use for that account, so if your default is set to some other email, be sure to set the username and password to that value, or click on the checkbox for username/password. Check TLS as the secure connection.   If you are looking for more in-depth info, check out Gina Trapani 's block on the topic.

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  • How do I Delete a View? How do I Create a View?

    - by Paula DiTallo
    Before I create views, I generally work out what I want to retrieve in my SELECT statement ahead of time so I'll just  have to cut and  paste the query. The example below is done  in T-SQL/Sybase format, however for Oracle and MySQL, just  place a semi-colon ';' at the end of your statement and remove the  'GO' command.          To drop (delete) an existing view: DROP VIEW vw_rpt_metroBestCustomers GO To create a view: CREATE VIEW vw_rpt_metroBestCustomers ( CustomerName,    OfficeNum,    City,    StateOrProv,    Country,    ZipCode   ) AS SELECT a.FirstName + ', ' + a.LastName,           b.OfficePhoneNum,           c.City,           c.StateOrProvAbbr,           c.Country,           c.PostalCode     FROM Customer a,          CustLocAssoc x,          CustContactAssoc y,          Location c,          Contact b     WHERE a.CustID = x.CustID       AND a.CustID = y.CustID       AND y.ContactID = b.ContactID       AND x.LocID = c.LocID       AND a.LoyaltyMedian > 85.5 GO        I frequently rename columns when developing views to makeit easier for simple, text-based reporting--however, renamingthe columns isn't necessary.The create view statement above could have been writtenas follows:CREATE VIEW vw_rpt_metroBestCustomersAS (SELECT a.FirstName + ', ' + a.LastName, b.OfficePhoneNum, c.City, c.StateOrProvAbbr, c.Country, c.PostalCode FROM Customer a, CustLocAssoc x, CustContactAssoc y, Location c, Contact b WHERE a.CustID = x.CustID AND a.CustID = y.CustID AND y.ContactID = b.ContactID AND x.LocID = c.LocID AND a.LoyaltyMedian > 85.5 )GO

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  • An Approach to Incremental Conversion

    - by Paula Speranza-Hadley
    It is common for Oracle Enterprise Taxation and Policy Management (ETPM) customers to implement in multiple phases.  This results in a need for incremental conversion, where part of the data in is production and they are now adding new data.  Some of the new data can be new persons, accounts and their children, but some may be new tax types for existing taxpayers.  This document addresses a methodology for adding incremental data into ETPM.  It does not address every possible data scenario, but offers a path to achieving incremental conversion without the need for code changes.    https://blogs.oracle.com/tax/resource/IncrementalConversion.pdf  

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  • Why does my browser take me to Scour.com? (redirect virus)

    - by Paula DiTallo
    The "scour" or Rootkit.Win32.TDSS virus has a long history which can be found here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scour Here is the primary symptom: after searching for something in your web browser using google, one of the results that you click on redirects you to scour.com. If you've executed ClamWin, Malwarebytes, McAfee, Norton, etc. to find and isolate the virus without any luck--this isn't really a surprise, since this virus attaches to existing system drivers. I only know of one reliable package that will remove this without ill effects--like adding new spyware. This package is called TDSSKiller. I have seen multiple websites that claim to have this software available, but the one that I know is reliable is located here: http://support.kaspersky.com/viruses/solutions?qid=208280684 Once you go to Kaspersky's tech support site, the TDSSKiller zip file is available for downloading. When you execute this software, you will be able to "cure" or repair the infected driver. Remember to jot down the name of the driver for future reference--should you need to reinstall the driver from a "same-as" working computer, or your install disk if the repair is ineffective. The driver that happened to get infected on my computer was the tcpip.sys driver. This caused my win sockets to loose their ip addresses. In most other instances, less critical drivers such as HDAudBus.sys are infected. In my case, I was not through correcting my computer problems until I corrected the broken WinSock issue and loaded an earlier version of the tcpip.sys driver from: C:\WINDOWS\ServicePackFiles\i386 which I placed in: C:\WINDOWS\system32\drivers Don't forget to reboot your computer after your repair! Once you download TDSSKiller and cure/repair your infected driver(s), the redirect on google searches should disappear .

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  • Why was Oracle Enterprise Taxation Management renamed to Oracle Enterprise Taxation and Policy Management?

    - by Paula Speranza-Hadley
    Ø       Some of you may wonder why we changed the product name from Oracle Enterpraise Taxation Manament (ETM) to Oracle Enterprise and Policy Management(ETPM).   When Oracle added a limited use license for Oracle Policy Automation to the Oracle Enterprise Taxation Management license, the license was re-named to Oracle Enterprise Taxation and Policy Management.  Ø     When referring to versions 2.2 and prior, the proper name is Oracle Enterprise Taxation Management (ETM) Ø     When referring to versions 2.3 and later, the proper name is Oracle Enterprise and Policy Management (ETPM) Ø     To take advantage of the limited use license for Oracle Policy Automation, customers must transition from the ETM license to the ETPM license.  However, they can remain on their ETM license if they are not going to take advantage of Oracle Policy Automation features.  

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  • Which tools should be used for data migration between environments?

    - by Paula Speranza-Hadley
    Ø  With the Oracle Utilities Application Framework based products there are a number of tools provided that can be used to transfer data from one environment to another. Ø  There are three main tools that implementations use: §  ConfigLab - A configurable copy facility is metadata aware and therefore understands the relationships between objects and by invoking the relevant maintenance objects validates the data copied. This utility uses the object validation to help ensure data integrity. Basically it is a set of configuration tables and a set of batch jobs to perform the migration of data. §  Bundling - A configurable release management tool that allows exporting of Advanced Configuration Environment based objects (business services, business objects, UI Maps etc) from one environment to another. §  Blueprint - An Oracle Utilities Software Development Kit (SDK) based tool to import metadata from the development environment to your initial testing environment. The utility is command line based and basically uses a text based configuration file to drive the utility on the source and target sides. Ø  Each tool has a role in an implementation but you must be careful to use the right tool for the right job within an implementation. The suggestions are as follows: §  Only use the Blueprint tool for migrating data from your development platform to your initial test environment. The blueprint tool is not designed to move large amounts of data and certainly is risky, if not used correctly, and can potentially break the integrity of your data. §  The SDK provides the configuration data that it is used for (mainly meta-data). This should not be extended as, while it can perform data migration on any data, it is not efficient and risky for certain types of configuration data. Ø  Additional information can be found in the following whitepaper:  Oracle Utilities Application Framework - Release Management - Software Configuration Management on MyOracle.com

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  • Oracle PSRM V2.4.0 Portuguese UI Now Available

    - by Paula Speranza-Hadley
    This provides a Portuguese user interface (UI) language pack for Oracle PSRM v2.4.0  Please note, this language pack translates the PSRM UI (user interface) to Iberian Portuguese. Language Patch Download: To download the ESA language pack please log in to My Oracle Support http://support.oracle.com/. Select the Patches and Updates tab Type in the Patch number: 18916310 Click the Patch number Download using the yellow download button on the right hand side

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  • How do I run (execute) a .bin file in Linux (Ubuntu) ?

    - by Paula DiTallo
    If you are on a desktop version of Ubuntu, you can right-click on the file icon, click the permissions tab and click on "allow execution". If you are on a server copy without the desktop bells and whistles (or you would rather work with a command line in a terminal window), then do the following: sudo chmod +x myProgram.bin after you enter your password and get the prompt back type: ./myProgram.bin

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  • SQL Server: How do I generate the table schema and populate it with inserts in a script?

    - by Paula DiTallo
    Originally posted on: http://geekswithblogs.net/AskPaula/archive/2014/05/20/156469.aspx In SSMS, there's a Generate Script utility (read:  only available under version 2008 and up) . Here are the steps you would need to take to make use of the utility: Right click on the database you're interested in and go to Tasks -> Generate ScriptsSelect the tables and/or any other objects you'd like in order to get them into the script.Navigate to Set scripting options. Click on Advanced.Under the General category, navigate to Type of data to scriptSelect the Schema and Data option to get the insert statements generated. Click OK.

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  • Where to find Information on Software/Technologies Supported by PSRM

    - by Paula Speranza-Hadley
    People often ask where they can find informatoin about software and technologies supported by PSRM and what versions are supported.  This information can be found in the following locations: For X Path - See Script Engine Version dropdown in script Display/maintenance portal  in PSRM for three different kinds of scripts we support. Reference Document: http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E50182_01/PDF/PSRM_Quick_Install_Guide_v2_4_0_0_0.pdf For HTML/Java script -  As supported by supported browsers mentioned in Installation Guides. For information related to supported platforms(OS, Browsers, App servers and Database Servers) -  See Certified and supported Platforms section. Reference Document: http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E50182_01/PDF/PSRM_Installation_Guide_v2_4_0_0_0.pdf For Information related to Oracle client, Java, Micro Focus, Web servers  -  See Installation Checklist section. For Third Party products, copy right and licensing notices (like Apache FWs/libraries) - See License and Copyright Notices section (Appendix B).

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  • Intel 1.83 Mac Mini upgraded to 1.5 gig for Snow Leopard

    - by Paula
    Even though I've upgraded countless video cards, RAM, harddrives, motherboards in PCs... this will be my first mac mini RAM upgrade. I've watched the classic "putty knife" video. (Absurd method... but I guess it's what I'm stuck with.) I have a 1.83 Intel-based Mac Mini from 2007-2008, with 1 gig of RAM. (Two 512 sticks) Can I install 1 gig + 512 ? (Or do I have to throw away my existing sticks and buy two 1 gig sticks?) This old machine is rarely used... so I want to spend the absolute minimum on this RAM upgrade. We ONLY use it to run xCode... nothing more. But wanted to increase the RAM so we can install Snow Leopard. I have no idea how many pins the memory has. I printed out over FORTY pages of specs about this machine from "About this Mac"... but didn't find what I needed. Does this sound right: DDR2 SDRAM (but no mention of SO-DIMM) 667MHZ (but don't know if I can use faster also) Pin count: Unknown Computer model number: Unknown (But I "think" it's an MB138/A) PC2 RAM (unknown... not mentioned) 5300 (unknown... not mentioned) Mfg date: (unknown... not mentioned) Number of slots: (unknown... not mentioned) Laptop or desktop RAM: (unknown... not mentioned)

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  • Asus WL-520GU conflicting subnet (and/or IP) with 2Wire DSL

    - by Paula
    I have an Asus wireless router: WL-520GU... and an AT&T 2Wire for my DSL connection. When I try to browse anywhere, I just get an odd message from the Asus router (in the common Asus broken-English, bad formatting, and awful spelling): http://postimage.org/image/upxrjflcj I guess it's trying to say: Your Asus Router and your 2Wire have the same subnet mask. (It doesn't say if that's good, or bad... but it sounds like they must be different.) but... But for the "solution" it looks like it's trying to say: Your Asus Router and your 2Wire have the same IP address. My Asus has the defaults: 192.168.1.1 and 255.255.255.0 My 2Wire has: 192.168.1.66 I'm not seeing where the conflict(s) could be. The Asus firmware is v3.0.0.14 . None of these problems occur with the old v3.0.0.8 firmware. Any ideas on how to fix this? (PLEASE don't say to run a totally different DD/Tomato firmware because it's "better". I need to fix THIS 1 problem, not try to convince my company to switch everything to an entirely different set of problems.)

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  • Nvidia System Tools compatible with GTX 560 Ti?

    - by Paula Ferreira
    I want to download and use Nvidia System Tools with ESA suport. But on the "Supported Products" tab my GTX 560 Ti isn't listed. The product was last released on April last year, but it shows support for both the GTX 570 and 580 as well as the GTX 4x family. All sister cards of the GTX 560. Has anyone successfuly ran this nvidia product with the GTX 560 Ti? Why wasn't this card included on the list of supported products?

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  • AT&T DSL 2701HG-B Modem, port forwarding to RealVNC

    - by Paula
    Our old cable modem could easily be set up to forward an "incoming port request" to the RealVNC software. Allowing us to log into our home computer from any location. We don't see any such configuration possiblity with our new AT&T DSL 2Wire 2701HG-B modem. (And it appears to have 2 entirely different 'set up screens'. Why?) Where is the screen that allows "forward incoming request for a certain port", to a certain computer, and direct it towards RealVNC"?

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  • describe class versions of primitive type data

    - by paula
    please some explain to me this.... Explain why java has class versios of primitive data types? describe the class versions of primitive java types and expain pros and cons? expalin why class versions of primitive java types are available, but why the primitive types are still frequently used? expalin how primitive and non-primitive data types are passed as parameters to methods in java and how that affects altering the value of data passed? primitve data types are: int, float, char, long, short, byte, boolean and double.

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  • Make an iPhone InfoButton light/dark based on color behind it

    - by Paula
    How do I detect what color is under the InfoButton... so I can change the button from DARK to LIGHT? I set my view's color... but how do I tell if it's "kind of light" or "kind of dark"? Besides... I can't change the info-button from light to dark anyway. (read only) Ugh. Shouldn't Apple have some kind of a simple "cmdButton.doThisExtremelyCommonThingForMe = TRUE" statement? InfoButtons are useless if you can't even see them. (Or how would I put an image behind the button to make it stand-out more?)

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  • C++ alignment when printing cout <<

    - by user69514
    Is there a way to align text when priting using cout? I'm using tabs, but when the words are too big they won't be aligned anymore Sales Report for September 15, 2010 Artist Title Price Genre Disc Sale Tax Cash Merle Blue 12.99 Country 4% 12.47 1.01 13.48 Richard Music 8.49 Classical 8% 7.81 0.66 8.47 Paula Shut 8.49 Classical 8% 7.81 0.72 8.49

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