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  • Samba smb.conf read only and read/write accounts

    - by Pieter
    Below you can see my smb.conf, pieter is my admin user read/write on the shares works good with that account. Then I have a leecher account that has been added with smbpasswd -a leecher to the smb users, it is set up so this user only has read access to the shares. This works on MegaSam and on Thumbnails but not on my other drives, leecher does not get any access on the other shares. [global] security = user [MegaSam] comment = MegaSam path = /media/MegaSam browsable = yes guest ok = no read list = leecher write list = pieter create mask = 0755 [SilentBob] comment = SilentBob path = /media/SilentBob browsable = yes guest ok = no read list = leecher write list = pieter create mask = 0755 [Thumbnails] comment = Thumbnails path = /media/Thumbnails browsable = yes guest ok = no read list = leecher write list = pieter create mask = 0755 [Downloads] comment = Downloads path = /media/Downloads browsable = yes guest ok = no read list = leecher write list = pieter create mask = 0755

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  • Quickest way to find the oldest file in a directory using Delphi

    - by Pieter van Wyk
    HI We have a large number of remote computers that capture video onto disk drives. Each camera has it's own unique directory and there can be up to 16 directories on any one disk. I'm trying to locate the oldest video file on the disk but using FindFirst/FindNext to compare the File Creation DateTime takes forever. Does anybody know of a more efficient way of finding the oldest file in a directory? We remotely connect to the pc's from a central HO location. Regards, Pieter

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  • Implement F3 Find Next using TFindDialog

    - by Pieter van Wyk
    Hi I've implemented a search using the TFindDialog on my form. Everything works well except that I cannot find a way to mimic the "F3 - Find Next" behaviour as in Notepad. Once you have entered a search string, pressing F3 finds the next instance without opening the search dialog. Regards, Pieter.

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  • links for 2010-05-26

    - by Bob Rhubart
    @vambenempe - Dear Cloud API, your fault line is showing "I am talking about the dreadful state of fault reporting in remote APIs, from Twitter to Cloud interfaces. They are badly described in the interface documentation and the implementations often don’t even conform to what little is documented." -- William Vambenempe (tags: oracle otn cloud) @oraclebase: Consuming Web Services using PL/SQL Oracle ACE Director Tim Hall shares a couple of solutions for consuming web services using PL/SQL. (tags: oracle otn oracleace soa sql webservices) Douwe Pieter van den Bos: IT Project misstep: To Serve and Protect "Thoughts and vision change during time. We gain new insights and other people share their knowledge. This is exactly why software development projects need to be based on a change facilitating manner, not trying to avoid change, or make it more difficult." -- Douwe Pieter van den Bos (tags: oracle otn architect projectmanagement innovation)

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  • Run VBA macro when condition is met

    - by Pieter
    Hello all, I'm creating a spreadsheet to train my numerical skills. Now, I use VBA macros to generate a new problem once the current one has been correctly solved. To do so, I still have to press a button in the worksheet, which costs time and is annoying. Is there a way that I can execute a macro when a certain condition is met? for instance: if A1 = "correct!" then <run macro> else <do nothing> Also, let me know if you're interested in the spreadsheet, I'd be happy to share it with you guys. best, Pieter

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  • Silently import a Certificate into a specific Certificate Store.

    - by Pieter van Wyk
    Hi. I am attempting to import a Certificate into the Current User - Personal store using the command line: "importpfx -f [certificate name.p12] -p [password] -t USER -s Personal". It works, but for reasons I don't understand there are now two Personal stores under the Current User, and the imported certificate is in the new Personal store. When I try to connect to the website of [a well-known money transfer service], it fails. However, if I manually import the certificate using MMC into the original Personal store, it works. My question is: How can I force IMPORTPFX to import the certificate into the original Personal store, and how can I delete the new Personal store? Context: I need to do a silent import of certificates on 3000+ remote point-of-sale Windows XP devices, so it needs to be a silent install via PSEXEC (SysInternals). Thank you. Pieter.

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  • Track pageviews in Google Analytics on partial url of Grails application

    - by Pieter van Gent
    For my Grails application I want to set up Google Analytics to track only "partial" url's. I 'll explain: a typical Grails url consists of the following parts: domain + application-name + controller + action + id e.g. www.mydomain.com/myapp/controller/action/12345 As far as I understand for Google Analytics the page to be tracked is identified by the entire url. For my purpose I'm not interested in the id part of the url: I want to know which actions have been performed, but I need not know for which id the action was executed. And of course I would like a generic solution, because I have multiple controllers and multiple actions... Maybe some kind of filter stating "I want to track pages 3 levels deep (/myapp/controller/action)" would do? Or a filter stating "exclude everything from url after the last /"? Any help would be much appreciated. Kind regards, Pieter

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  • Happy 1st Birthday to GlassFish and Java EE

    - by pieter.humphrey
    Java EE and GlassFish are officially one year old!  As with all newborns, time moves fast and it seems like just yesterday it was shiny and new.     Feel free to post any birthday wishes on the blog comments, or even better, tell us a story about your experience with Java EE6 and GlassFish in the last year and we'll work with you to get it posted on the stories blog. http://blogs.sun.com/stories/ As all parents know, it takes a village to raise a child, and we want you as part of the village!  Get involved in the project at http://glassfish.java.net .     Technorati Tags: java,java ee,development,glassfish del.icio.us Tags: java,java ee,development,glassfish

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  • Oracle Enterprise Pack for Eclipse (OEPE) 11gR1 (11.1.1.7) now supports ADF Faces Tags

    - by pieter.humphrey
    So the recent release of OEPE 11.1.1.7 has the ADF community buzzing.   In addition to reading the product manager's blog entry on the new release... http://blogs.oracle.com/gstachni/2011/02/oracle_enterprise_pack_for_ecl_3.html ...it's important to realize what this support entails now and in the future.    This first step, of supporting ADF Faces tags, is not prelude to *complete* ADF support in OEPE.  Rather, the aim of the Eclipse support is to provide tools for the MVC (Model-View-Controller) parts of the ADF runtime stack.   This means that we plan to support ADFm and ADFc as well in the future, but not the entire ADF stack (ADF BC, etc).    Hope this gives people an idea of what to expect, and we look forward to your feedback in the forums! See a demo on Shay's blog: http://blogs.oracle.com/shay/2011/02/adf_faces_now_in_eclipse.html   Technorati Tags: eclipse,java,development,ADF11g,Oracle,ADF Faces del.icio.us Tags: eclipse,java,development,ADF11g,Oracle,ADF Faces

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  • How to name a bug?

    - by Pieter
    Bugs usually receive a descriptive name: "That X-Y synchronization issue", "That crash after actions A, B and D but not C", "Yesterday's update problem". Even the JIRA issue tracker has a field "Summary" instead of "Name". In discussing "big" bugs, I actually use JIRA id's to prevent confusion. There's a few restrictions to take into account: When reporting a bug, only the consequence of a bug is known. The root cause might never even be found. Several reported bugs might be found out to be duplicates, or might be completely different consequences of the same bug. In large projects, bugs will come at you by the dozens every month. Now, how would you name a bug? Name them like hurricanes perhaps?

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  • What's upcoming in the GlassFish Webinar Series

    - by pieter.humphrey
    2011 is kicking off with the return of the GF Webinar series as you've never seen it before.  It's going to be packed with information about Java EE6 and how simplicity, testability and convention-over-configuration is winning the hearts and minds of enterprise Java developers.  Don't miss these industry leading speakers and topics reviewing the cutting edge of Java EE6 implementations, tools, and much more.   Note:  future dates are subject to change. Jan 20th: GlassFish & Netbeans Jan 27th: Building a Simple Web Application with Java EE Feb 15th: Java EE Developer Tools 'shootout' with GlassFish Feb 24th: What's New in GlassFish 3.1 Clustering & HA Admin Console Coherence Web Integration Security Microkernel Architecture March 15th: GlassFish 3.1 - clustering deep dive March 29th: GlassFish 3.1 - Admin Console & Productivity Features April 5th: GlassFish 3.1 - Coherence Web Integration deep dive Possible "Tech cast live" event: April (date TBC): Special Guest Adam Bien April 19th: GlassFish 3.1 - Security deep dive with Byron Nevins & TBD May 3rd: GlassFish 3.1 - Microkernel Architecture deep dive Possible "Tech cast live" event: May 17th: "Upgrading to 3.1 from existing GlassFish installations" May 31st: Embedded GlassFish del.icio.us Tags: glassfish,development,java,java ee,java ee6,OTN,NetBeans,JDeveloper,enterprise Pack for Eclipse Technorati Tags: glassfish,development,java,java ee,java ee6,OTN,NetBeans,JDeveloper,enterprise Pack for Eclipse

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  • It's raining development VirtualBox images again!

    - by pieter.humphrey
                                                The cloud has burst.. forecast is looking like large amounts of VirtualBox images are coming down from OTN.   Are you finding the install for Database, WebLogic, SOA or WebCenter to be complicated when your goal is simply to setup a development sandbox?  Sick of giving your credit card info to cloud vendors, only to be stuck in a walled garden where you can't connect to your own internal systems?   Are you new to Java and just wanted something technical to sink your teeth into?  Or maybe you just want to put some stuff on that new terabyte drive you got? ;) Have no fear.  VirtualBox 4.0 is here.  We've have several development (read: don't use in production) images that were designed for use for in-person events, but we're posting them for your enjoyment.  Some of the images have step by step hands on labs baked into them too!  So get a freeware download manager like BitComet, install VirtualBox, an MD5 checksum utility (if you are on windows) and get wet!   del.icio.us Tags: java,development,java ee,java fx,virtualBox,virtualization,database,soa,weblogic,jdeveloper,eclipse,netbeans,sql developer,times ten,zend,php,SOA,SOA Suite,BPM,BAM,B2B,hudson,maven,subversion,Eclipse,Solaris,OTN Technorati Tags: java,development,java ee,java fx,virtualBox,virtualization,database,soa,weblogic,jdeveloper,eclipse,netbeans,sql developer,times ten,zend,php,SOA,SOA Suite,BPM,BAM,B2B,hudson,maven,subversion,Eclipse,Solaris,OTN

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  • Oracle Solaris Studio Express 6/10 and its Customer Feedback Program are now available

    - by pieter.humphrey
    Oracle Solaris Studio Express 6/10 and the Customer Feedback Program for it are now available. Oracle Solaris Studio Express 6/10 is available on Solaris 10 (SPARC, x86), OEL 5 (x86), RHEL 5 (x86), SuSE 11 (x86) today and will be available for OpenSolaris in the near future. New feature highlights since the last release include: C/C++/Fortran compiler optimizations for the latest UltraSPARC and SPARC64-based architectures such as UltraSPARC T2 and SPARC64 VII C/C++/Fortran compiler optimizations for the latest x86 architectures including the Intel Xeon 7500 processor series (Nehalem-EX) and the Intel Xeon 5600 processor series (Westmere-EP) Enhanced debugging and code coverage tooling Improved application profiling with the Performance Analyzer Updated IDE based on NetBeans 6.8 To find more information and download go to http://developers.sun.com/sunstudio/downloads/express/ To participate in the customer feedback program for Oracle Solaris Studio Express 6/10 go to http://developers.sun.com/sunstudio/customerfeedback/index.jsp Please get the word out, try out this new release and send us your feedback! Technorati Tags: developer,development,solaris,sparc,Oracle Solaris Studio,Solaris Studio,Sun Studio,oracle,otn del.icio.us Tags: developer,development,solaris,sparc,Oracle Solaris Studio,Solaris Studio,Sun Studio,oracle,otn

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  • Are there examples of non CRUD approaches?

    - by Pieter B
    I'm a programmer but also have worked as an archivist. As archivist it's a lot about keeping data. I often get into arguments with colleagues when it comes to operations on data. I don't like the U and the D in CRUD too much. Rather then update a record I prefer to add a new one and have a reference to the old record. That way you build a history of changes. I also don't like deleting records but rather mark them as inactive. Is there a term for this? Basically only creating and reading data? Are there examples of this approach?

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  • Hot new GlassFish 3.1 bits released today

    - by pieter.humphrey
    Java EE 6 developers will wake up this morning and be able to experience a new, major release of the Oracle GlassFish Server and the companion GlassFish Server 3.1, Open Source Edition.  This release extends Java EE 6 Reference Implementation New Application Development Capabilities, Centralized Administration and High Availability Features.  IDE tool support will include NetBeans and Eclipse  (update center link is here), as well as the next release of Oracle Enterprise Pack for Eclipse will be updated to include the new GlassFish 3.1 Server Plug-in. Developers will be interested in the vastly improved OSGi support in GlassFish 3.1, as well as other developer friendly-features: - Enables hybrid application development Easily utilize OSGi services from Java EE Applications Easily utilize Java EE services from OSGi services - Updates the Apache Felix runtime to 3.0.6, including the Apache Gogo shell - OSGi Web Console integrated with GlassFish Admin Console (requires Update Center download, community supported) - Extends GlassFish Server 3.0 ActiveRedeploy feature to include Stateful EJBs. When applications are re-deployed, GlassFish maintains HTTP session and EJB state, enabling rapid iterative development - Application-scoped resources enable developers to limit the scope of resources to a deployed application - JDBC statement leak detection and reclaim automatically monitors, logs, and reclaims database cursors when applications fail to do so - Full EJB feature support in Embedded API Technorati Tags: OTN,Java EE6,Glassfish,Eclipse,Developer,OSGi,NetBeans,Oracle Enterprise Pack for Eclipse,clustering,high availablity,load balancing,failover,Oracle WebLogic Server del.icio.us Tags: OTN,Java EE6,Glassfish,Eclipse,Developer,OSGi,NetBeans,Oracle Enterprise Pack for Eclipse,clustering,high availablity,load balancing,failover,Oracle WebLogic Server

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  • Ubuntu 12.04 VPN default route issue when using the UI

    - by Pieter Pabst
    When setting up a VPN connection using the UI (System settings = Network) the VPN connection is used as the default route after connecting to it. How can I avoid this? That is without assigning manual addresses. I want the connection to use DHCP. It should use the eth* interfaces for my default route, like they are used before making the connection. The VPN route should only be used when connecting to addresses in the ppp0 adapters range. If possible using the UI only, not that I'm not used to editing config files... But the point of using Ubuntu for me was the "it just works" concept (which is true for 99% of the time, keep up the good work). I tried setting the "Method" combobox in the "Configure..." dialogue to "Automatic (VPN) addresses only". That doesn't make a difference. (Another thing I noticed; the UI shows my connection as a "Wireless connection" in the list control on the left. Don't know why... it has the right icon, but that's probably something for the bug tracker)

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  • Install Ubuntu on Laptop dual with windows 7

    - by Pieter Doubell
    I have installed Ubuntu 12.04/ 32-bit using Wubi on my laptop running dual with windows 7 desktop and it works very very well. I am now also trying to install Ubuntu on another laptop already running a linux operating system only but not successful in doing so. Would like to install Windows 7 dual with Ubuntu. At the moment it is complaining about partitions of the existing linux when trying to install Windows 7 which I suppose is fair. Please herewith assist in installing the Ubuntu and Windows 7 platforms. Very much appreciated.

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  • What is the justification for Python's power operator associating to the right?

    - by Pieter Müller
    I am writing code to parse mathematical expression strings, and noticed that the order in which chained power operators are evaluated in Python differs from the order in Excel. From http://docs.python.org/reference/expressions.html: "Thus, in an unparenthesized sequence of power and unary operators, the operators are evaluated from right to left (this does not constrain the evaluation order for the operands): -1*2 results in -1."* This means that, in Python: 2**2**3 is evaluated as 2**(2**3) = 2**8 = 256 In Excel, it works the other way around: 2^2^3 is evaluated as (2^2)^3 = 4^3 = 64 I now have to choose an implementation for my own parser. The Excel order is easier to implement, as it mirrors the evaluation order of multiplication. I asked some people around the office what their gut feel was for the evaluation of 2^2^3 and got mixed responses. Does anybody know of any good reasons or conciderations in favour of the Python implementation? And if you don't have an answer, please comment with the result you get from gut feel - 64 or 256?

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  • How do I trust an off site application

    - by Pieter
    I need to implement something similar to a license server. This will have to be installed off site at the customers' location and needs to communicate with other applications at the customers' site (the applications that use the licenses) and an application running in our hosting center (for reporting and getting license information). My question is how to set this up in a way I can trust that: The license server is really our application and not something that just simulates it; and There is no "man in the middle" (i.e. a proxy or something that alters the traffic). The first thing I thought of was to use with client certificates and that would solve at least 2. However, what I'm worried about is that someone just decompiles (this is build in .NET) the license server, alters some logic and recompiles it. This would be hard to detect from both connecting applications. This doesn't have to be absolutely secure since we have a limited number of customers whom we have a trust relationship with. However, I do want to make it more difficult than a simple decompile/recompile of the license server. I primarily want to protect against an employee or nephew of the boss trying to be smart.

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  • How should I host our scalable worker processes?

    - by Pieter Breed
    We are designing a new architecture for an enterprise business. The principles we've followed so far is not to develop what you can (possible buy and) deploy, ie, don't reinvent any wheels. In this way we've decided on CQRS, RabbitMQ, Riak and a bunch of other things. We still need to write /some/ business code though and these will be in the form of worker processes, which will consume commands from a message queue and after any side-effects, produce events onto another message queue. The idea behind this is that via the competing-consumers design we will have a scalable design right out of the box. One option is of writing a management infrastructure that will know how to: deploy code instantiate processes kill processes update configuration etc IE provide fault tolerance and scalability. Also, this is exactly what something like GAE and Heroku does for you, but in a public setting and in our organization, public is bad. My question is, is there an out-of-the-box solution that we can use to host our consumers in? Like a private cloud or private platform-as-a-service. Private Heroku or GAE. Is there some kind of software or software product with which we can do all of these things and thereby get scalability and fault tolerance over our consumers?

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  • this.BoundingBox.Intersects(Wall[0].BoundingBox) not working properly

    - by Pieter
    I seem to be having this problem a lot, I'm still learning XNA / C# and well, trying to make a classic paddle and ball game. The problem I run into (and after debugging have no answer) is that everytime I run my game and press either of the movement keys, the Paddle won't move. Debugging shows that it never gets to the movement part, but I can't understand why not? Here's my code: // This is the If statement for checking Left movement. if (keyboardState.IsKeyDown(Keys.Left) || keyboardState.IsKeyDown(Keys.A)) { if (!CheckCollision(walls[0])) { Location.X -= Velocity; } } //This is the CheckCollision(Wall wall) boolean public bool CheckCollision(Wall wall) { if (this.BoundingBox.Intersects(wall.BoundingBox)) { return true; } return false; } As far as I can tell there should be absolutely no problem with this, I initialize the bounding box in the constructor whenever a new instance of Walls and Paddle is created. this.BoundingBox = new Rectangle(0, 0, Sprite.Width, Sprite.Height); Any idea as to why this isn't working? I have previously succeeded with using the whole Location.X < Wall.Location.X + Wall.Texture.Width code... But to me that seems like too much coding if a simple boolean check could be done.

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  • WebLogic Weekly for June 27th, 2011

    - by james.bayer
    Blogs WebLogic Server JMS WLST Script – Who is Connected To My Server by James Bayer Fast, Faster, JRockit by Rene Tweets Chad Thompson provides a great reminder about the WLS Zip distribution which is down to 318Mb.  On a related note, there is also a very handy YouTube video showing how to get started with the Zip Distribution by Jeff West. Events Pieter Humphrey gave a keynote a Jax 2011 last week in San Jose covering Java EE 6 and WebLogic Server. InfoWorld’s JavaWorld posted an article which covers many of the Java sessions at Oracle Open World 2011 including this one: On the Road to Java EE 6 with Oracle WebLogic and Eclipse (15276).  Oracle's Erik Bergenholtz and Pieter Humphrey will present "On the Road to Java EE 6 with Oracle WebLogic and Eclipse." Their abstract is shown here: The developer Web profile is a key improvement in Java EE 6 servers, and Eclipse developers will want to work with it. This session demonstrates some aspects of the progress of Oracle WebLogic server on its road to Java EE 6 compliance and gives Eclipse developers a sneak peek at using Java Persistence API Release 2.0 and JavaServer Faces Release 2.0 with Oracle WebLogic Server.

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  • links for 2010-05-19

    - by Bob Rhubart
    Presentations from #otnarchday in Dallas now available on Slideshare Includes presentations on IT Optimization, Application Integration Architecture, Application Grid, and Infrastructure Consolidation. More to come. Anthony Shorten: JMX Based Monitoring - Part Four - Business App Server Monitoring Anthony Shorten discuss a new Oracle Utilities Application Framework V4 feature that allows JMX to be used for management and monitoring the Oracle Utilities business application server component. (tags: oracle otn java architect) New book: Oracle Coherence 3.5 An overview of the new book by authors Aleksandar Seovic, Mark Falco, Patrick Peralta. (tags: oracle otn grid architect) Douwe Pieter van den Bos: Next step in Virtualization: VirtualBox 3.2 "For businesses, VirtualBox just might be the answer they where looking for," says Douwe Pieter van den Bos. "A simple and widely supported virtual machine." (tags: oracle otn virtualization architect) Maurice Gamanho: Python and Ruby in Tuxedo Maurice Gamanho's quick overview of new features in Oracle's Service Architecture Leveraging Tuxedo (SALT) 11gR1. (tags: oracle otn soa architect) Live Webcast: Oracle and AmberPoint - May 20, 2010 - 10 a.m. PT/1 p.m. ET Ed Horst and Ashish Mohindroo discuss the advantages of the Oracle and AmberPoint combination. (tags: oracle otn architect soa governance)

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  • Replacing an ATA-100 hard drive

    - by Pieter
    I was instructed to replace the hard drive in an old laptop, a Dell Latitude D505. I'm suspecting that there was a head crash when someone moved the laptop while it was turned on. In the specifications, I found this about the hard drive: 30GB ATA-100; (4200RPM); 40GB ATA-100 (5400RPM); 60GB ATA-100 (4200RPM) *Optional 40GB (5400) 2nd HDD Module for media bay I'm familiar with SATA and IDE, but ATA-100 doesn't ring a bell. What do I have to take into account when I go look for a replacement hard drive?

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