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  • unable to save files from Code Blocks ONLY

    - by ths
    i have an NTFS drive mounted in a folder /Tejas i have created a new project using it in a folder in this drive but i am unable to save the changes, i get the following error message Couldn't save project /Tejas/Project/codeblock/ciphers/ciphers.cbp (Maybe the file is write-protected?) i get similar message even when i try to save the c source file i am able to edit and save files using gedit editor... why am i getting this problem?

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  • I need help on methodologies for information system project [closed]

    - by Neenee Kale
    Basically I will be developing a student information system for parents and I am confused on what type of methodology I can use. Please recommend me a methodology which involves use cases the system development life cycle. I'm confused on what a methodology is as I've read loads of books and researched but I still don't seem to understand. I was going to use system development life cycle but I found out that this is not a methodology.

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  • apt-get update bzip2 errors

    - by Tejas Kale
    I installed Ubuntu 11.10 today on my Lenovo w500. After that when i tried running sudo apt-get update This is the error i am getting. Get:117 http://ftp.jaist.ac.jp oneiric-security/universe TranslationIndex [73 B] 99% [48 Sources bzip2 0 B] [22 Sources bzip2 5,294 kB] 1,983 kB/s 0s bzip2: Compressed file ends unexpectedly; perhaps it is corrupted? *Possible* reason follows. bzip2: Inappropriate ioctl for device Input file = (stdin), output file = (stdout) It is possible that the compressed file(s) have become corrupted. You can use the -tvv option to test integrity of such files. You can use the `bzip2recover' program to attempt to recover data from undamaged sections of corrupted files. I found the following similar question : Errors while updating Ubuntu 11.10 , But the solutions mentioned ( changing the download server, running apt-get clean, apt-get autoclean) and have also tried removing the /var/cache/apt/archives/lists direcotry. As a result of this, I am unable to install any new packages.

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  • Simple question about what methodology to pick for my information system [closed]

    - by Neenee Kale
    Possible Duplicate: I need help on methodologies for information system project I will be implementing a student information system for parents for my final year project. I have to choose the best suitable methodology which i could use through out my project. could you please recommend me any methodologies i could use please. Also i would like to ask is Agile system development a methodology?

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  • wordpress hosting uk help [closed]

    - by Neenee Kale
    Hi so i am planning to develop a website (student information system) for my final year project. I am going to use wordpress and i am a beginner so i just found out i have to purchase a host if i am not going to use wordpress.com as my host. which i dont want to as there is loads of limitations if i want to build a website. so therefore i want to purchase my own host which is cheap and i pay for a year i the most i will pay is 50 pounds. could someone please recommend me a very good uk based word press host which will allow me to build a information system where people will be able to login and enter their details etc. I have researched many hosts by I need someone to recommend me what features are important to build a information system like this. I am a beginner in wordpress so therefore i dont have much idea on hostings.. thank you

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  • Corrupt plymouth boot screen when using properietary Nvidia drivers

    - by Tejas Hosangadi
    I recently got the final version of Ubuntu Natty Narwhal x64 and everything is working just fine. The only thing I am having trouble with is the boot screen. After I installed the proprietary nVidia drivers, the boot screen becomes corrupt and only shows text (as it has been doing since Ubuntu 10.04). When I followed the instructions to fix the boot screen in 10.04 and 10.10, the boot screen still remains the same and the problem isn't resolved. Please give a full guide on how to fix this problem. Machine Details Computer : HP Pavilion p6240in Processor : Core 2 duo Memory : 4096 megabytes Graphics : nVidia G210 3d graphics Monitor : Dell 17 inch lcd Another question I would like to ask is whether it is possible to use this script (http://www.webupd8.org/2010/10/script-to-fix-ubuntu-plymouth-for.html) with 11.04. I am asking this question because it says that the script works only with 10.04 and 10.10.

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  • needs updated glibc package version 3.4.15 or later for RHEL6

    - by Tejas
    I want to upgrade my current running applications to latest version. But due to some package issue i am unable to install them. I get common error in that: /usr/lib64/libstdc++.so.6: version 'GLIBCXX_3.4.15' not found. When i tried to update glibc package i get following output: [[email protected] ~]# yum install glibc Loaded plugins: refresh-packagekit, rhnplugin epel/metalink | 3.8 kB 00:00 epel | 4.3 kB 00:00 epel/primary_db | 5.0 MB 01:33 epel-testing/metalink | 3.8 kB 00:00 epel-testing | 4.3 kB 00:00 epel-testing/primary_db | 295 kB 00:03 rhel-x86_64-server-6 | 1.8 kB 00:00 rhel-x86_64-server-6/primary | 11 MB 02:02 rhel-x86_64-server-6 8816/8816 Setting up Install Process Package glibc-2.12-1.80.el6_3.6.x86_64 already installed and latest version Nothing to do [[email protected] ~]# Should i need to add some more repositories? If yes, how?

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  • ViewFliper in layout

    - by Surabhi Kale
    i am doing one application in android but i have one problem in layout file i am doing by viewFliper here is code <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?> <RelativeLayout xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android" xmlns:tools="http://schemas.android.com/tools" android:layout_width="match_parent" android:layout_height="match_parent" > <TextView android:id="@+id/Quesiontext" android:layout_width="wrap_content" android:layout_height="wrap_content" android:layout_alignParentLeft="true" android:layout_alignParentTop="true" android:layout_marginTop="44dp" android:text="@string/Question" android:textSize="18sp" /> <RadioGroup android:id="@+id/radioGroupOptions" android:layout_width="wrap_content" android:layout_height="wrap_content" android:layout_alignParentLeft="true" android:layout_below="@+id/Quesiontext" android:layout_marginTop="30dp" > <RadioButton android:id="@+id/optionOne" android:layout_width="wrap_content" android:layout_height="wrap_content" android:checked="false" android:text="@string/option1" /> <RadioButton android:id="@+id/optionTwo" android:layout_width="wrap_content" android:layout_height="wrap_content" android:text="@string/option2" /> <RadioButton android:id="@+id/optionthree" android:layout_width="wrap_content" android:layout_height="wrap_content" android:text="@string/option3" /> <RadioButton android:id="@+id/optionFour" android:layout_width="wrap_content" android:layout_height="wrap_content" android:text="@string/option4" /> </RadioGroup> <TextView android:id="@+id/corrertView" android:layout_width="wrap_content" android:layout_height="wrap_content" android:layout_alignParentRight="true" android:layout_below="@+id/radioGroupOptions" android:layout_marginRight="48dp" android:text="@string/correct" /> <Button android:id="@+id/btnNext" android:layout_width="wrap_content" android:layout_height="wrap_content" android:layout_alignLeft="@+id/corrertView" android:layout_below="@+id/corrertView" android:layout_marginTop="42dp" android:text="@string/Next" android:textSize="16sp" /> <Button android:id="@+id/Btnpervious" android:layout_width="wrap_content" android:layout_height="wrap_content" android:layout_alignBaseline="@+id/btnNext" android:layout_alignBottom="@+id/btnNext" android:layout_alignParentLeft="true" android:text="@string/Pervious" android:textSize="16sp" /> <RelativeLayout android:id="@id/layout"//error android:layout_width="match_parent" android:layout_height="match_parent"> <ViewFlipper android:id="@+id/ViewFlipper01" android:layout_width="wrap_content" android:layout_height="wrap_content" > </RelativeLayout> </RelativeLayout> i didnt get it that how i put another button into ViewFliper ..its confusion and generating error...

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  • Backbone Model fetched from Lithium controller is not loaded properly in bb Model

    - by Nilesh Kale
    I'm using backbone.js and Lithium. I'm fetching a model from the server by passing in a _id that is received as a hidden parameter on the page. The database MongoDB has stored the data correctly and can be viewed from console as: { "_id" : ObjectId("50bb82694fbe3de417000001"), "holiday_name" : "SHREE15", "description": "", "star_rating" : "3", "holiday_type" : "family", "rooms" : "1", "adults" : "2", "child" :"0", "emails" : "" } The Lithium Model class is so: class Holidays extends \lithium\data\Model { public $validates = array( 'holiday_name' => array( array( 'notEmpty', 'required' => true, 'message' => 'Please key-in a holiday name! (eg. Family trip for summer holidays)' ))); } The backbone Holiday model is so: window.app.IHoliday = Backbone.Model.extend({ urlRoot: HOLIDAY_URL, idAttribute: "_id", id: "_id", // Default attributes for the holiday. defaults: { }, // Ensure that each todo created has `title`. initialize: function(props) { }, The code for backbone/fetch is: var Holiday = new window.app.IHoliday({ _id: holiday_id }); Holiday.fetch( { success: function(){ alert('Holiday fetched:' + JSON.stringify(Holiday)); console.log('HOLIDAY Fetched: \n' + JSON.stringify(Holiday)); console.log('Holiday name:' + Holiday.get('holiday_name')); } } ); Lithium Controller Code is: public function load($holiday_id) { $Holiday = Holidays::find($holiday_id); return compact('Holiday'); } PROBLEM: The output of the backbone model fetched from server is as below and the Holiday model is not correctly 'formed' when data returns into backbone Model: HOLIDAY Fetched: {"_id":"50bb82694fbe3de417000001","Holiday":{"_id":"50bb82694fbe3de417000001","holiday_name":"SHREE15","description":"","star_rating":"3","holiday_type":"family","rooms":"1","adults":"2","child":"0","emails":""}} iplann...view.js (line 68) Holiday name:undefined Clearly there is some issue when the data is passed/translated from Lithium and loaded up as a model into backbone Holiday model. Is there something very obviously wrong in my code?

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  • Java the little console game won't repeat?

    - by Jony Kale
    Okay, what I have so far is: You enter the game, and write "spin" to the console. Program will enter the while loop. In the while loop, if entered int is -1, return to the back (Set console input back to "", and let the user select what game he would like to play). Problem: Instead of going back, and selecting "spin" again, the program exits? Why is it happening? How can I fix this? private static Scanner console = new Scanner(System.in); private static Spin spin = new Spin(); private static String inputS = ""; private static int inputI = 0; private static String[] gamesArray = new String[] {"spin", "tof"}; private static boolean spinWheel = false; private static boolean tof = false; public static void main (String[] args) { if (inputS.equals("")) { System.out.println("Welcome to the system!"); System.out.print("Please select a game: "); inputS = console.nextLine(); } while (inputS.equals("spin")) { System.out.println("Welcome to the spin game! Please write 1 to spin. and -1 to exit back"); inputI = console.nextInt(); switch (inputI) { case 1: break; case -1: inputI = 0; inputS = ""; break; } } }

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  • How to access Google Chrome browser history programmatically on local machine

    - by Tejas
    I want to write a simple program which shows my internet activity over a period of time (which site I visited, how many times and so on). I mostly use Google Chrome browser. I found out Chrome stores browser history at this location - C:\Documents and Settings\\Local Settings\Application Data\Google\Chrome\User Data\Default (please correct me if I'm wrong). How can I open the history files? They don't have any file extension. I could not open using notepad, SQLite browser. How do I access this data programmatically? I want to know which file format it is and how to read it using a programming language like C#.

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  • how to close selenium hub/grid from command prompt

    - by tejas trivedi
    I start selenium hub to start selenium grid from command prompt on port 4444. Now I start selenium RC from other command prompt. It show me error message that "selenium i s already running on port 4444. or some other service is " Now I am not able to start selenium RC. Please help me how to close /shutdown hub from command prompt.

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  • jsf submit button not wrking

    - by tejas-a
    I am using hx:commandExButton of IBM Faces Client Framework to call my method. But the method is not getting called. But if I use immediate="true" it's getting called. But as you all know with this my model won't get updated, so it has no use to me. Has anyone faced this? Check the hx:commandExButton id="btnSearch" <%-- tpl:metadata --%> <%-- jsf:pagecode language="java" location="/src/pagecode/view/costestimation/SearchAssignee.java" --%><%-- /jsf:pagecode --%> <%-- /tpl:metadata --%> <%@taglib prefix="f" uri="http://java.sun.com/jsf/core"%><%@taglib prefix="h" uri="http://java.sun.com/jsf/html"%><%@taglib uri="http://www.ibm.com/jsf/html_extended" prefix="hx"%><%@taglib uri="http://java.sun.com/portlet_2_0" prefix="portlet"%><%@taglib uri="http://www.ibm.com/xmlns/prod/websphere/portal/v6.1/portlet-client-model" prefix="portlet-client-model"%><%@page language="java" contentType="text/html; charset=ISO-8859-1" pageEncoding="ISO-8859-1"%><portlet-client-model:init> <portlet-client-model:require module="ibm.portal.xml.*" /> <portlet-client-model:require module="ibm.portal.portlet.*" /> </portlet-client-model:init> <portlet:defineObjects /> <link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" title="Style" href="../../theme/stylesheet.css"> <f:view> <f:loadBundle var="giamsBundle" basename="com.ibm.costprojectionportlet.nl.GIAMSResourceBundle" /> <hx:viewFragment id="viewFragment1"> <hx:scriptCollector id="scriptCollector1"> <script language="JavaScript" src='<%=renderResponse.encodeURL(renderRequest .getContextPath() + "/js/common.js")%>'></script> <h:outputText value="<br/>" escape="false" /> <h:outputText id="titleSearch" styleClass="outputText" value="#{giamsBundle['title.search']}" escape="false"></h:outputText> <h:outputText value="<br/>" escape="false" /> <h:messages style="font-weight:bold;color:red;" layout="table"></h:messages> <hx:panelSection styleClass="panelSection" title="SearchCriteria" id="searchCriteriaPanel" initClosed="false" style="border-width: thin; border-style: groove"> <h:form styleClass="form" id="searchCriteriaForm"> <h:messages style="font-weight:bold;color:red;" layout="table"></h:messages> <h:panelGrid columns="2" cellpadding="1" border="0" width="100%"> <h:column> <hx:panelFormBox helpPosition="over" labelPosition="left" styleClass="panelFormBox" id="formBoxLeft"> <hx:formItem styleClass="formItem" id="frmLastName" label="#{giamsBundle['lbl.search.lastname']}" escape="false"> <h:inputText styleClass="inputText" size="20" id="txtLastName" value="#{pc_SearchAssignee.assignee.lastName}"> </h:inputText> </hx:formItem> <hx:formItem styleClass="formItem" id="frmHomeCountrySerial" label="#{giamsBundle['lbl.search.homecountryserial']}" escape="false"> <h:inputText styleClass="inputText" size="20" id="txtHomeCountrySerial" value="#{pc_SearchAssignee.assignee.companyDetails.homeCountrySerial}"> </h:inputText> </hx:formItem> <hx:formItem styleClass="formItem" id="frmHomeCountry" label="#{giamsBundle['lbl.search.homecountry']}" escape="false"> <h:selectOneMenu styleClass="selectOneMenu" id="ddHomeCountry" value=""> <f:selectItems value="#{pc_referenceData.telephoneTypeList}" /> </h:selectOneMenu> </hx:formItem> <hx:formItem styleClass="formItem" id="frmHomeBusinessUnit" label="#{giamsBundle['lbl.search.homebusunit']}" escape="false"> <h:selectOneMenu styleClass="selectOneMenu" value="" id="ddHomeBusinessUnit"> <f:selectItems value="#{pc_referenceData.telephoneTypeList}" /> </h:selectOneMenu> </hx:formItem> <hx:formItem styleClass="formItem" id="frmforButtons" label="" escape="false"> <h:panelGroup> <hx:commandExButton styleClass="commandExButton" id="btnSearch" value="#{giamsBundle['btn.search']}" action="#{pc_SearchAssignee.searchAssignee}"> </hx:commandExButton> <hx:commandExButton styleClass="commandExButton" id="btnCancel" value="#{giamsBundle['btn.cancel']}" action="#{pc_SearchAssignee.searchAssignee}"> </hx:commandExButton> </h:panelGroup> </hx:formItem> </hx:panelFormBox> </h:column> <h:column> <hx:panelFormBox helpPosition="over" labelPosition="left" styleClass="panelFormBox" id="formBoxRight"> <hx:formItem styleClass="formItem" id="frmFirstName" label="#{giamsBundle['lbl.search.firstname']}" escape="false"> <h:inputText styleClass="inputText" size="20" id="txtFirstName" value="#{pc_SearchAssignee.assignee.firstName}"> </h:inputText> </hx:formItem> <hx:formItem styleClass="formItem" id="frmHomeNotesEmail" label="#{giamsBundle['lbl.search.homenotesemail']}" escape="false"> <h:panelGroup> <h:inputText styleClass="inputText" size="20" id="txtHomeNotesEmail" value="#{pc_SearchAssignee.assignee.lotusNotesId}"> </h:inputText> </h:panelGroup> </hx:formItem> <hx:formItem styleClass="formItem" id="frmHomeLocation" label="#{giamsBundle['lbl.search.homeloc']}" escape="false"> <h:inputText styleClass="inputText" size="20" id="txtHomeLocation" value="#{pc_SearchAssignee.assignee.homeAddress.cityName}"> </h:inputText> </hx:formItem> <hx:formItem styleClass="formItem" id="blank" label="" escape="false"> <h:outputText id="txtblank" escape="false"></h:outputText> </hx:formItem> </hx:panelFormBox> </h:column> </h:panelGrid> </h:form> <f:facet name="opened"> <hx:jspPanel id="jspPanelMainOpen"> <hx:graphicImageEx id="imageExMainOpen" styleClass="graphicImageEx" align="middle" value="/theme/img/form_header.GIF" width="100%" height="20"></hx:graphicImageEx> </hx:jspPanel> </f:facet> </hx:panelSection> <h:outputText id="titleResults" styleClass="outputText" value="#{giamsBundle['lbl.search.results']}" escape="false"></h:outputText> <h:outputText value="<br/>" escape="false" /> <hx:dataTableEx border="0" cellspacing="2" width="100%" columnClasses="columnClass1" headerClass="headerClass" footerClass="footerClass" rowClasses="rowClass1, rowClass2" styleClass="dataTableEx" id="searchAssignee" value="#{pc_SearchAssignee.assigneeList}" var="searchitr" binding="#{pc_SearchAssignee.searchDataTable}" rendered="#{pc_SearchAssignee.render}"> <hx:columnEx id="columnEx1"> <f:facet name="header"> <hx:panelBox styleClass="panelBox" id="selectPanelBox"> <hx:outputSelecticons styleClass="outputSelecticons" id="selectCheckBox"></hx:outputSelecticons> </hx:panelBox> </f:facet> <hx:inputRowSelect styleClass="inputRowSelect" value="#{searchitr.selected}" id="rowSelect"></hx:inputRowSelect> <f:facet name="header"></f:facet> </hx:columnEx> <hx:columnEx id="columnEx2"> <f:facet name="header"> <h:outputText id="lblEeId" styleClass="outputText" value="#{giamsBundle['lbl.search.eeid']}"></h:outputText> </f:facet> <h:inputText styleClass="inputText" id="dttxtEEID" value="#{searchitr.employeeID}"></h:inputText> </hx:columnEx> <hx:columnEx id="columnEx3"> <f:facet name="header"> <h:outputText id="lblFirstName" styleClass="outputText" value="#{giamsBundle['lbl.search.firstname']}"></h:outputText> </f:facet> <h:inputText styleClass="inputText" id="dttxtFirstName" value="#{searchitr.firstName}"></h:inputText> </hx:columnEx> <hx:columnEx id="columnEx4"> <f:facet name="header"> <h:outputText id="lblLastName" styleClass="outputText" value="#{giamsBundle['lbl.search.lastname']}"></h:outputText> </f:facet> <h:inputText styleClass="inputText" id="dttxtLastName" value="#{searchitr.lastName}"></h:inputText> </hx:columnEx> <hx:columnEx id="columnEx5"> <f:facet name="header"> <h:outputText id="lblHomeNotesEmail" styleClass="outputText" value="#{giamsBundle['lbl.search.homenotesemail']}"></h:outputText> </f:facet> <h:inputText styleClass="inputText" id="dttxtHomeNotesEmail" value="#{searchitr.homeAddress.addressLine1}"></h:inputText> </hx:columnEx> <hx:columnEx id="columnEx6"> <f:facet name="header"> <h:outputText id="lblHomeCountry" styleClass="outputText" value="#{giamsBundle['lbl.search.homecountry']}"></h:outputText> </f:facet> <h:inputText styleClass="inputText" id="dttxtHomeCountry" value="#{searchitr.homeAddress.addressLine1}"></h:inputText> </hx:columnEx> <hx:columnEx id="columnEx7"> <f:facet name="header"> <h:outputText id="lblHomeLocation" styleClass="outputText" value="#{giamsBundle['lbl.search.homeloc']}"></h:outputText> </f:facet> <h:inputText styleClass="inputText" id="dttxtHomeLocation" value="#{searchitr.homeTaxID}"></h:inputText> </hx:columnEx> <hx:columnEx id="columnEx8"> <f:facet name="header"> <h:outputText id="lblHomeBusUnit" styleClass="outputText" value="#{giamsBundle['lbl.search.homebusunit']}"></h:outputText> </f:facet> <h:inputText styleClass="inputText" id="dttxtHomeBusUnit" value="#{searchitr.homeTaxID}"></h:inputText> </hx:columnEx> <hx:columnEx id="columnEx9"> <f:facet name="header"> <h:outputText id="lblAssignStatus" styleClass="outputText" value="#{giamsBundle['lbl.search.assignmentstatus']}"></h:outputText> </f:facet> <h:inputText styleClass="inputText" id="dttxtAssignStatus" value="#{searchitr.homeTaxID}"></h:inputText> </hx:columnEx> </hx:dataTableEx> <h:outputText value="<br/>" escape="false" /> <hx:commandExButton type="submit" styleClass="commandExButton" rendered="#{pc_SearchAssignee.render}" id="btnContinue" value="#{giamsBundle['btn.continue']}" action="#{pc_SearchAssignee.searchAssignee}"> </hx:commandExButton> </hx:scriptCollector> </hx:viewFragment> </f:view>

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  • How to load toolbox items of different domain specific languages

    - by Tejas
    I have 'n' different domain specifc languages e.g. language1, language2, ...., languagen each of which contains different toolbox items. Let say first language is for banking process, second one is for health process, third one is for insurance process etc. I want to load toolbox items of every above mentioned languages into every language. i.e. the toolbox item defined in banking process should be visible and functional in all other languages i.e. inside health and insurance languages resp.

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  • DataSet gets cleared when displaying crystal report output

    - by Tejas
    hello friends, I am facing one strange but typical problem. In one my form I have DataSet filled up with so much of data which I need to use throughout the form. & I have 1 "print report" button also. When user click on that a report gets displayed. But after I click on that my DataSet gets cleared & so after that bug comes to my form. What to so my DataSet remains filled even after displaying that report output? Pls help me experts...

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  • Programatically create web application & sub site

    - by Tejas
    I am using the following code to programatically create a web application & sub site, try { SPWebApplicationBuilder webAppBuilder = new SPWebApplicationBuilder(SPFarm.Local); SPWebApplication newApplication; int myPort = 3333; webAppBuilder.Port = myPort; //Port No. webAppBuilder.RootDirectory = new System.IO.DirectoryInfo("C:\\Inetpub\\wwwroot\\wss\\VirtualDirectories\\" + myPort); webAppBuilder.CreateNewDatabase = true; // Create new database webAppBuilder.DatabaseName = "WSS_Content_372772890a5a4a04abb460cd9ea3bd22"; // Database name webAppBuilder.DatabaseServer = webAppBuilder.DefaultZoneUri.Host; // DatabaseServer Host name/computer name webAppBuilder.UseNTLMExclusively = true; // Use NTLM authentication newApplication = webAppBuilder.Create(); // Create new web application newApplication.Provision(); // Provision it into web farm using (var mySiteCollection = newApplication.Sites.Add("/", "Site 3", "Site 3 Decscription", 1033, "STS#1", "In-Wai-Svr2\\Administrator", "Administrator", "[email protected]")) { using (var rootWeb = mySiteCollection.RootWeb) { // Code customizing root site goes here using (var subSite = rootWeb.Webs.Add("Site3.1", "Site 3.1", "Site 3.1 Description", 1033, "STS#1", true, false)) { // Code customizing sub site goes here } } } } catch(Exception ex) { ; } It works fine i.e. it creates the web application on the specified port with sub site but this sub site will not be shown under Sites menu of Quick launch bar also it will not be shown as a separate tab on the Home Page. Is it possible to do it programatically?

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  • Expand / Collapse Swimlane (Domain Specific Language) C#

    - by Tejas
    I have multiple swimlanes on the surface, Is it possible to have expand / collapse functionality to these swimlanes?. My swimlanes are going to contain different shapes (Image Shapes), Geometry shape etc. I have tried the nesting of a geometry shpes but it only contains the geometry shapes not image shapes i.e. I have already created a Geometry shape with it's type as a RectangleD and by writing its partial class I have overridden the Expand() and Collapse() methods but to no avail because this particular Shape (Container) going to contain only Geometry shapes and not the Image shapes. Now I am trying to expand / collapse the swimlanes itself. Please let me know if anyone has done this before.

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  • How to select the IMG tag based on the attribute?

    - by Tejas
    <IMG height="160" alt="Web Content Image" src="../image/journal/article?img_id=16505&t=1273484793531" width="240" pngSet /> I have the this code for the image , and I want to select the image based on the attribute "pngSet" I am trying this , but not working. $("img[pngSet='']").css('border' ,'1px solid red');

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  • PHP jQuery Long Polling Chat Application

    - by Tejas Jadhav
    I've made a simple PHP jQuery Chat Application with Short Polling (AJAX Refresh). Like, every 2 - 3 seconds it asks for new messages. But, I read that Long Polling is a better approach for Chat applications. So, I went through some Long Polling scripts. I made like this: Javascript: $("#submit").click(function(){ $.ajax({ url: 'chat-handler.php', dataType: 'json', data: {action : 'read', message : 'message'} }); }); var getNewMessage = function() { $.ajax({ url: 'chat-handler.php', dataType: 'json', data: {action : 'read', message : 'message'}, function(data){ alert(data); } }); getNewMessage(); } $(document).ready(getNewMessage); PHP <?php $time = time(); while ((time() - $time) < 25) { $data = $db->getNewMessage (); if (!empty ($data)) { echo json_encode ($data); break; } usleep(1000000); // 1 Second } ?> The problem is, once getNewMessage() starts, it executes unless it gets some response (from chat-handler.php). It executes recursively. But if someone wants to send a message in between, then actually that function ($("#submit").click()) never executes as getNewMessage() is still executing. So is there any workaround?

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  • identify documents from results of mahout clustering

    - by Tejas
    I am using mahout to cluster text documents indexed using solr. I have used the "text" field in the document to form vectors. Then I used the k-means driver in mahout for clustering and then the clusterdumper utility to dump the results. I am having difficulty in understanding the output results from the dumper. I could see the clusters formed with term vectors in those clusters. But how do I extract the documents from these clusters. I want the result to be the input documents appearing in different clusters.

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  • New Exadata, Exalogic, Exalytics Public References

    - by Javier Puerta
    Deutschetelekom (Germany) Exalytics, OBIEE, Essbase, ACS (with partners T-Systems and Deloitte Consulting) - Published: June 04, 2014 Daelim Industrial (Korea) [Korean] Oracle Exalytics, Oracle Exadata, Oracle Hyperion (with partner Kolon Benit) - Published: May 29, 2014 Algar Telecom (Brazil) [also in Portuguese] Oracle Exadata, Oracle Advanced Customer Support Services - Published: May 23, 2014 Globacom (Nigeria) [also in Spanish] Big Data Appliance, NoSQL DB Community Edition, ACS (with partner mCentric, Ltd.) - Published: May 22, 2014 MagtiCom LTD (Georgia) Oracle Exadata, Oracle Consulting (with partner UGT) - Published: May 21, 2014 Hospital Alemão Oswaldo Cruz (Brazil - local language) Oracle Exadata, Oracle Active Data Guard, Oracle ZFS (with partner Teiko) - Published: May 13, 2014 Accelya Kale (India) Oracle Exadata (with partner Softcell Technologies Limited) - Published: May 12, 2014 Autoridade Tributária e Aduaneira (Portugal) [also Portuguese] Exadata, Exalogic (with partner Timestamp) - Published: May 06, 2014 Reliance Commercial Finance (India) Oracle Exadata, Oracle Exalogic, Oracle WebLogic Suite, Oracle Advanced Customer Support Services - Published: May 01, 2014

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  • SQLAuthority News – Ahmedabad Tech Ed On Road June 11, 2011 – An Event to Remember – A Grand Success of Community Tech Days

    - by pinaldave
    I am very excited to announce the huge success of the Microsoft Community TechDays at Ahmedabad, on 11 June 2011.  The turn-out for this seminar was huge, and there was a great response from the audience.  In fact, the AMA where the conference was held can seat 275 people – but there were over 50 people standing, the event coordinators had to find 150 more chairs, and we even had to turn away 30 people at the door because there was just no more room.  This means that there were over 500 attendees! The event started right on time, at 10 am, with my introduction and welcome to the audience.  My presentation on my favorite subject of “SQL Server Performance Troubleshooting Using Waits and Queues.”  Because of the number of speakers, I had to cut my presentation short by 10 minutes, so I only had 50 minutes to explain how to use swaits and queues to fine tune performance.  There was a good response to my talk from audience. I feel the best presentation, though, was “HTML5 – Future of the Web” by Harish Vaidyanathan.  He explained how HTML5 is going to change the internet, and taught everyone a lot about how to best use Internet Explorer 9, and discussed CSS3, SVG and DOM specifications.  Many people in the audience came specifically for this session – many had to take a half day leave off work just to travel there. At this point we all took a break for lunch, but there was no one taking a nap with a full stomach because we had a presentation of the new Windows Mango phone from Dhananjay Kumar.  New technology like this always wakes everyone up! After this came “TSQL Worst Practices” by Jacob Sebastian.  He too had to cut his talk short by 10 minutes in order to accommodate everyone, but his discussion of what SQL queries to avoid was still excellent. He is magnificent presenter and Ahmedabad loves him. The final presentation was “ASP.NET Tips and Tricks” by Tejas Shah.  This was a good overview of asp.net fundamentals, and how to use them to improve application performance.  However, the day was not over here!  We kept the audience entertained with prizes and give-aways.  Names were drawn for prizes and there was a quiz session with great gifts for the winners. Overall, the day was a huge success.  There was a good mix of SQL and non-SQL subjects, and many audiences members commented on how much they learned.  We had a much bigger turn-out than expected – all the chairs were filled 45 minutes before we even started!  For our next conference we need to find a space that will hold everyone, especially since we are hoping to have 600-800 people attending.  We definitely feel we can reach this goal.  We are already looking forward to the next Ahmedabad Microsoft Community TechDays. Download presentations: HTML5 Beauty of Web -By Harish Vaidyanathan TSQL Worst Practices- By Jacob Sebastian SQL SERVER Performance troubleshooting using Waits and Queues -By Pinal Dave ASP.NET Tips and Tracks -By Tejas Shah Other reports: Tech-Ed on Road 2011- Ahmedabad–A great event- By Jalpesh Tech-Ed 2011 on the Road in Ahmedabad – by Ritesh Shah Reference: Pinal Dave (http://blog.SQLAuthority.com) Filed under: About Me, PostADay, SQL, SQL Authority, SQL Query, SQL Server, SQL Tips and Tricks, SQLAuthority Author Visit, SQLAuthority News, T SQL, Technology

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  • SQLAuthority News – #TechEdIn – TechEd India 2012 Memories and Photos

    - by pinaldave
    TechEd India 2012 was held in Bangalore last March 21 to 23, 2012. Just like every year, this event is bigger, grander and inspiring. Pinal Dave at TechEd India 2012 Family Event Every single year, TechEd is a special affair for my entire family.  Four months before the start of TechEd, I usually start to build the mental image of the event. I start to think  about various things. For the most part, what excites me most is presenting a session and meeting friends. Seriously, I start thinking about presenting my session 4 months earlier than the event!  I work on my presentation day and night. I want to make sure that what I present is accurate and that I have experienced it firsthand. My wife and my daughter also contribute to my efforts. For us, TechEd is a family event, and the two of them feel equally responsible as well. They give up their family time so I can bring out the best content for the Community. Pinal, Shaivi and Nupur at TechEd India 2012 Guinea Pigs (My Experiment Victims) I do not rehearse my session, ever. However, I test my demo almost every single day till the last moment that I have to present it already. I sometimes go over the demo more than 2-3 times a day even though the event is more than a month away. I have two “guinea pigs”: 1) Nupur Dave and 2) Vinod Kumar. When I am at home, I present my demos to my wife Nupur. At times I feel that people often backup their demo, but in my case, I have backup demo presenters. In the office during lunch time, I present the demos to Vinod. I am sure he can walk my demos easily with eyes closed. Pinal and Vinod at TechEd India 2012 My Sessions I’ve been determined to present my sessions in a real and practical manner. I prefer to present the subject that I myself would be eager to attend to and sit through if I were an audience. Just keeping that principle in mind, I have created two sessions this year. SQL Server Misconception and Resolution Pinal and Vinod at TechEd India 2012 We believe all kinds of stuff – that the earth is flat, or that the forbidden fruit is apple, or that the big bang theory explains the origin of the universe, and so many other things. Just like these, we have plenty of misconceptions in SQL Server as well. I have had this dream of co-presenting a session with Vinod Kumar for the past 3 years. I have been asking him every year if we could present a session together, but we never got it to work out, until this year came. Fortunately, we got a chance to stand on the same stage and present a single subject.  I believe that Vinod Kumar and I have an excellent synergy when we are working together. We know each other’s strengths and weakness. We know when the other person will speak and when he will keep quiet. The reason behind this synergy is that we have worked on 2 Video Learning Courses (SQL Server Indexes and SQL Server Questions and Answers) and authored 1 book (SQL Server Questions and Answers) together. Crowd Outside Session Hall This session was inspired from the “Laurel and Hardy” show so we performed a role-playing of those famous characters. We had an excellent time at the stage and, for sure, the audience had a wonderful time, too. We had an extremely large audience for this session and had a great time interacting with them. Speed Up! – Parallel Processes and Unparalleled Performance Pinal Dave at TechEd India 2012 I wanted to approach this session at level 400 and I was very determined to do so. The biggest challenge I had was that this was a total of 60 minutes of session and the audience profile was very generic. I had to present at level 100 as well at 400. I worked hard to tune up these demos. I wanted to make sure that my messages would land perfectly to the minds of the attendees, and when they walk out of the session, they could use the knowledge I shared on their servers. After the session, I felt an extreme satisfaction as I received lots of positive feedback at the event. At one point, so many people rushed towards me that I was a bit scared that the stage might break and someone would get injured. Fortunately, nothing like that happened and I was able to shake hands with everybody. Pinal Dave at TechEd India 2012 Crowd rushing to Pinal at TechEd India 2012 Networking This is one of the primary reasons many of us visit the annual TechEd event. I had a fantastic time meeting SQL Server enthusiasts. Well, it was a terrific time meeting old friends, user group members, MVPs and SQL Enthusiasts. I have taken many photographs with lots of people, but I have received a very few back. If you are reading this blog and have a photo of us at the event, would you please send it to me so I could keep it in my memory lane? SQL Track Speaker: Jacob and Pinal at TechEd India 2012 SQL Community: Pinal, Tejas, Nakul, Jacob, Balmukund, Manas, Sudeepta, Sahal at TechEd India 2012 Star Speakers: Amit and Balmukund at TechEd India 2012 TechED Rockstars: Nakul, Tejas and Pinal at TechEd India 2012 I guess TechEd is a mix of family affair and culture for me! Hamara TechEd (Our TechEd) Please tell me which photo you like the most! Reference: Pinal Dave (http://blog.sqlauthority.com) Filed under: PostADay, SQL, SQL Authority, SQL Query, SQL Server, SQL Tips and Tricks, SQLAuthority Author Visit, SQLAuthority News, SQLServer, T SQL, Technology Tagged: TechEd, TechEdIn

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