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  • Not able to apt-get update from terminal, what to do now?

    - by Utkarsh
    Whenever I try to update from terminal, I get this error: [email protected][utkarsh]#apt-get update Hit http://packages.bosslinux.in anokha Release.gpg Hit http://packages.bosslinux.in anokha Release Hit http://packages.bosslinux.in anokha/contrib Sources Hit http://packages.bosslinux.in anokha/non-free Sources Hit http://packages.bosslinux.in anokha/main Sources Hit http://packages.bosslinux.in anokha/contrib i386 Packages Hit http://packages.bosslinux.in anokha/non-free i386 Packages Hit http://packages.bosslinux.in anokha/main i386 Packages Ign http://packages.bosslinux.in anokha/contrib Translation-en_US Ign http://packages.bosslinux.in anokha/contrib Translation-en Ign http://packages.bosslinux.in anokha/main Translation-en_US Ign http://packages.bosslinux.in anokha/main Translation-en Ign http://packages.bosslinux.in anokha/non-free Translation-en_US Ign http://packages.bosslinux.in anokha/non-free Translation-en Reading package lists... Done W: Duplicate sources.list entry http://packages.bosslinux.in/boss/ anokha/main i386 Packages (/var/lib/apt/lists/packages.bosslinux.in_boss_dists_anokha_main_binary-i386_Packages) W: Duplicate sources.list entry http://packages.bosslinux.in/boss/ anokha/contrib i386 Packages (/var/lib/apt/lists/packages.bosslinux.in_boss_dists_anokha_contrib_binary-i386_Packages) W: Duplicate sources.list entry http://packages.bosslinux.in/boss/ anokha/non-free i386 Packages (/var/lib/apt/lists/packages.bosslinux.in_boss_dists_anokha_non-free_binary-i386_Packages) W: You may want to run apt-get update to correct these problems

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  • Link To Work Item – Visual Studio extension to link changeset(s) to work item directly from VS history window

    - by Utkarsh Shigihalli
    Originally posted on: http://geekswithblogs.net/onlyutkarsh/archive/2014/08/11/link-to-work-item-ndash-visual-studio-extension-to-link.aspxBy linking work items and other objects, you can track related work, dependencies, and changes made over time. As the following illustration shows, specific link types are used to track specific work items and actions. (– via MSDN) While making a check-in, Visual Studio 2013 provides you a quick way to search and assign a work item via pending changes section in Team Explorer. However, if you forget to assign the work item during your check-in, things really get cumbersome as Visual Studio does not provide an easy way of assigning. For example, you usually have to open the work item and then link the changeset which involves approx. 7-8 mouse clicks. Now, you will really feel the difficulty if you have to assign work item to multiple changesets, you have to repeat the same steps again. Hence, I decided to develop a small Visual Studio extension to perform this action of linking work item to changeset bit easier. How to use the extension? First, download and install the extension from VS Gallery (Supports VS 2013 Professional and above). Once you install, you will see a new "Link To Work Item" menu item when you right click on a changeset in history window. Clicking Link To Work Item menu, will open a new dialog with which you can search for a work item. As you can see in below screenshot, this dialog displays the search result and also the type of the work item. You can also open work item from this dialog by right clicking on the work item and clicking 'Open'. Finally, clicking Save button, will actually link the work item to changeset. One feature which I think helpful, is you can select multiple changesets from history window and assign the work item to all those changesets.  To summarize the features Directly assign work items to changesets from history window Assign work item to multiple changesets Know the type of the work item before assigning. Open the work item from search results It also supports all default Visual Studio themes. Below is a small demo showcasing the working of this extension. Finally, if you like the extension, do not forget to rate and review the extension in VS Gallery. Also, do not hesitate to provide your suggestions, improvements and any issues you may encounter via github.

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  • Level Editor + Game -> Duplicating rendering/game specific code?

    - by Utkarsh Sinha
    I've been reading about how to design code for a game. One thing I haven't been able to figure out is - how do you manage writing an outside-game level editor (not an 'in-game level editor') without 'copying' code from the game? For example, you might have to copy all code about the different types of entities you can have. You'll have to add the game rendering code. My guess is this can be done by making a DLL out of the 'engine' part of the game. Then, share it between the actual game and the level editor. Or is there a better/easier way to do this?

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  • Persisting settings without using Options dialog in Visual Studio

    - by Utkarsh Shigihalli
    Originally posted on: http://geekswithblogs.net/onlyutkarsh/archive/2013/11/02/persisting-settings-without-using-options-dialog-in-visual-studio.aspxIn one of my previous blog post we have seen persisting settings using Visual Studio's options dialog. Visual Studio options has many advantages in automatically persisting user options for you. However, during our latest Team Rooms extension development, we decided to provide our users; ability to use our preferences directly from Team Explorer. The main reason was that we had only one simple option for user and we thought it is cumbersome for user to go to Tools –> Options dialog to change this. Another reason was, we wanted to highlight this setting to user as soon as he is using our extension.   So if you are in such a scenario where you do not want to use VS options window, but still would like to persist the settings, this post will guide you through. Visual Studio SDK provides two ways to persist settings in your extensions. One is using DialogPage as shown in my previous post. Another way is to use by implementing IProfileManager interface which I will explain in this post. Please note that the class implementing IProfileManager should be independent class. This is because, VS instantiates this class during Tools –> Import and Export Settings. IProfileManager provides 2 different sets of methods (total 4 methods) to persist the settings. They are LoadSettingsFromXml and SaveSettingsToXml – Implement these methods to persist settings to disk from VS settings storage. The VS will persist your settings along with other options to disk. LoadSettingsFromStorage and SaveSettingsToStorage – Implement these methods to persist settings to local storage, usually it be registry. VS calls LoadSettingsFromStorage method when it is initializing the package too. We are going to use the 2nd set of methods for this example. First, we are creating a separate class file called UserOptions.cs. Please note that, we also need to implement IComponent, which can be done by inheriting Component along with IProfileManager. [ComVisible(true)] [Guid("XXXXXXXX-XXXX-XXXX-XXXX-XXXXXXXXXXXX")] public class UserOptions : Component, IProfileManager { private const string SUBKEY_NAME = "TForVS2013"; private const string TRAY_NOTIFICATIONS_STRING = "TrayNotifications"; ... } Define the property so that it can be used to set and get from other classes. public bool TrayNotifications { get; set; } Implement the members of IProfileManager. public void LoadSettingsFromStorage() { RegistryKey reg = null; try { using (reg = Package.UserRegistryRoot.OpenSubKey(SUBKEY_NAME)) { if (reg != null) { // Key already exists, so just update this setting. TrayNotifications = Convert.ToBoolean(reg.GetValue(TRAY_NOTIFICATIONS_STRING, true)); } } } catch (TeamRoomException exception) { TrayNotifications = true; ExceptionReporting.Report(exception); } finally { if (reg != null) { reg.Close(); } } } public void LoadSettingsFromXml(IVsSettingsReader reader) { reader.ReadSettingBoolean(TRAY_NOTIFICATIONS_STRING, out _isTrayNotificationsEnabled); TrayNotifications = (_isTrayNotificationsEnabled == 1); } public void ResetSettings() { } public void SaveSettingsToStorage() { RegistryKey reg = null; try { using (reg = Package.UserRegistryRoot.OpenSubKey(SUBKEY_NAME, true)) { if (reg != null) { // Key already exists, so just update this setting. reg.SetValue(TRAY_NOTIFICATIONS_STRING, TrayNotifications); } else { reg = Package.UserRegistryRoot.CreateSubKey(SUBKEY_NAME); reg.SetValue(TRAY_NOTIFICATIONS_STRING, TrayNotifications); } } } catch (TeamRoomException exception) { ExceptionReporting.Report(exception); } finally { if (reg != null) { reg.Close(); } } } public void SaveSettingsToXml(IVsSettingsWriter writer) { writer.WriteSettingBoolean(TRAY_NOTIFICATIONS_STRING, TrayNotifications ? 1 : 0); } Let me elaborate on the method implementation. The Package class provides UserRegistryRoot (which is HKCU\Microsoft\VisualStudio\12.0 for VS2013) property which can be used to create and read the registry keys. So basically, in the methods above, I am checking if the registry key exists already and if not, I simply create it. Also, in case there is an exception I return the default values. If the key already exists, I update the value. Also, note that you need to make sure that you close the key while exiting from the method. Very simple right? Accessing and settings is simple too. We just need to use the exposed property. UserOptions.TrayNotifications = true; UserOptions.SaveSettingsToStorage(); Reading settings is as simple as reading a property. UserOptions.LoadSettingsFromStorage(); var trayNotifications = UserOptions.TrayNotifications; Lastly, the most important step. We need to tell Visual Studio shell that our package exposes options using the UserOptions class. For this we need to decorate our package class with ProvideProfile attribute as below. [ProvideProfile(typeof(UserOptions), "TForVS2013", "TeamRooms", 110, 110, false, DescriptionResourceID = 401)] public sealed class TeamRooms : Microsoft.VisualStudio.Shell.Package { ... } That's it. If everything is alright, once you run the package you will also see your options appearing in "Import Export settings" window, which allows you to export your options.

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  • Using progress dialog in Visual Studio extensions

    - by Utkarsh Shigihalli
    Originally posted on: http://geekswithblogs.net/onlyutkarsh/archive/2014/05/23/using-progress-dialog-in-visual-studio-extensions.aspxAs a Visual Studio extension developer you are required to keep the aesthetics of Visual Studio in tact when you integrate your extension with Visual Studio. Your extension looks odd when you try to use windows controls and dialogs in your extensions. Visual Studio SDK exposes many interfaces so that your extension looks as integrated with Visual Studio as possible. When your extension is performing a long running task, you have many options to notify the progress to the user. One such option is through Visual Studio status bar. I have previously blogged about displaying progress through Visual Studio status bar. In this blog post I am going to highlight another way using IVsThreadedWaitDialog2 interface. One thing to note is, as the IVsThreadedWaitDialog2 interface name suggests it is a dialog hence user cannot perform any action when the dialog is being shown. So Visual Studio seems responsive to user, even when a task is being performed. Visual Studio itself makes use of this interface heavily. One example is when you are loading a solution (.sln) with lot of projects Visual Studio displays dialog implemented by this interface (screenshot below). So the first step is to get the instance of IVsThreadedWaitDialog2 interface using IServiceProvider interface. var dialogFactory = _serviceProvider.GetService(typeof(SVsThreadedWaitDialogFactory)) as IVsThreadedWaitDialogFactory; IVsThreadedWaitDialog2 dialog = null; if (dialogFactory != null) { dialogFactory.CreateInstance(out dialog); } So if your have the package initialized properly out object dialog will be not null and would contain the instance of IVsThreadedWaitDialog2 interface. Once the instance is got, you call the different methods to manage the dialog. I will cover 3 methods StartWaitDialog, EndWaitDialog and HasCanceled in this blog post. You show the progress dialog as below. if (dialog != null && dialog.StartWaitDialog( "Threaded Wait Dialog", "VS is Busy", "Progress text", null, "Waiting status bar text", 0, false, true) == VSConstants.S_OK) { Thread.Sleep(4000); } As you can see from the method syntax it is very similar to standard windows message box. If you pass true to the 7th parameter to StartWaitDialog method, you will also see a cancel button allowing user to cancel the running task. You can react when user cancels the task as below. bool isCancelled; dialog.HasCanceled(out isCancelled); if (isCancelled) { MessageBox.Show("Cancelled"); } Finally, you can close the dialog when you complete the task running as below. int usercancel; dialog.EndWaitDialog(out usercancel); To help you quickly experience the above code, I have created a sample. It is available for download from GitHub. The sample creates a tool window with two buttons to demo the above explained scenarios. The tool window can be accessed by clicking View –> Other Windows -> ProgressDialogDemo Window

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  • RenderTarget2D behavior in XNA

    - by Utkarsh Sinha
    I've been dabbling with XNA for a couple of days now. This chunk of code doesn't work as I expect. The goal is to render sprites individually and composite them on another rendertarget. P = RenderTarget2D(with RenderTargetUsage.PreserveContents) D = RenderTarget2D(with RenderTargetUsage.DiscardContents) for all sprites: graphicsDevice.SetRenderTarget(D); <draw sprite i> graphicsDevice.SetRenderTarget(P); <Draw D> graphicsDevice.SetRenderTarget(null); <Draw P> The result I get is - only the last sprite is visible. I'm sure I'm missing some piece of information about RenderTarget2D. Any hints on what that might be? Cross posted from - http://stackoverflow.com/questions/9970349/weird-rendertarget2d-behaviour

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  • "Accumulate" buffer results in XNA4?

    - by Utkarsh Sinha
    I'm trying to simulate a "heightmap" buffer in XNA4.0 but the results don't look correct. Here's what I'm hoping to achieve: http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=-Q6ISVaM5Ww#t=517s (8:38). From what I understand, here are the steps to reach there: Pass height buffer + current entity's heightmap Generate a stencil and update the height buffer Render sprite+stencil For now, I'm just trying to get the height buffer thing to work. So here's the problem. Inside the draw loop, I do the following: Create a new render target & set it Draw the heightmap with a sprite batch(no shaders) graphicsDevice.SetRenderTarget(null) Draw the rendertarget with SpriteBatch I expected to see all entities' heightmaps. But only the last entity's heightmap is visible. Any hints on what I'm doing wrong? Here's the code inside the draw loop: RenderTarget2D tempDepthStencil = new RenderTarget2D(graphicsDevice, graphicsDevice.Viewport.Width, graphicsDevice.Viewport.Height, false, graphicsDevice.DisplayMode.Format, DepthFormat.None); graphicsDevice.SetRenderTarget(tempDepthStencil); // Gather depth information SpriteBatch depthStencilSpriteBatch = new SpriteBatch(graphicsDevice); depthStencilSpriteBatch.Begin(SpriteSortMode.Immediate, BlendState.AlphaBlend, SamplerState.LinearClamp, DepthStencilState.None, RasterizerState.CullCounterClockwise); depthStencilSpriteBatch.Draw(texHeightmap, pos, null, Color.White, 0, Vector2.Zero, 1, spriteEffects, 1); depthStencilSpriteBatch.End(); graphicsDevice.SetRenderTarget(null); SpriteBatch b1 = new SpriteBatch(graphicsDevice); b1.Begin(SpriteSortMode.Immediate, BlendState.AlphaBlend, null, null, null, null); b1.Draw((Texture2D)tempDepthStencil, Vector2.Zero, null, Color.White, 0, Vector2.Zero, 1, spriteEffects, 1); b1.End();

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  • When does depth testing happen?

    - by Utkarsh Sinha
    I'm working with 2D sprites - and I want to do 3D style depth testing with them. When writing a pixel shader for them, I get access to the semantic DEPTH0. Would writing to this value help? It seems it doesn't. Maybe it's done before the pixel shader step? Or is depth testing only done when drawing 3D things (I'm using SpriteBatch)? Any links/articles/topics to read/search for would be appreciated.

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  • Pulling changes from master to my work branch?

    - by Utkarsh Sinha
    There's two of us working on something. We're using this branch structure master dev-A dev-B We both work on separate branches (dev-A,B) and whenever we're done - we promote our changes to master. But the drawback of this is we can't get changes the other developer makes. Everything exists in the master tree - but we can't get the latest updates the other developer made. Is there a way to resolve this or should we change our branch structure (per feature?)?

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  • Can anyone explain segmented sieve of eratosthenes [on hold]

    - by Utkarsh
    I've searched all over the web on implementation of segmented sieve of eratosthenes. But I found none of them suitable for a beginner. Can anyone explain me the underlying principle behind this method? EDIT: I know that in Sieve of Eratosthenes, we find all primes upto the square root of given number and cross out all multiples of them till the given number. But what do we exactly do in its segmented version?

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  • When will UDS sponsorship final list be announced?

    - by Manish Sinha
    UDS-O is being held at Budapest, Hungary and the sponsorships are open which closes on 28th of March. My question is when will the final list be announced? Will there be more than one month period for people to apply for Visa? e.g. I live in India and when we apply for Schengen Visa for the first time, it takes around 2 weeks for the visa interview(period depends on the rush). Then another week for interview and Visa to be stamped. AFAIK the application, interview and collection has to be done in person. This is all what I have heard. So will Canonical give one month time minimum for people in Eastern part of the world or countries where Schengen countries have tougher rules for visa? It would be great if they could finalize the names a bit faster and announce the list by first week of April. I am hoping Jorge or Jono might come and answer this.

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  • Breadcrumbs RDFA

    - by Saahil Sinha
    Have implemented Breadcrumb RDFA http://www.mycarhelpline.com/index.php?option=com_forms&view=pages&layout=sellcar&Itemid=4 While checking the page , the RDFA Data shows property: title: Home https://www.google.com/webmasters/tools/richsnippets?q=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.mycarhelpline.com%2Findex.php%3Foption%3Dcom_forms%26view%3Dpages%26layout%3Dsellcar%26Itemid%3D4 However, when i compare ours with others http://www.google.com/webmasters/tools/richsnippets?q=http%3A%2F%2Froyalenfield.com%2Fmotorcycles%2Fthunderbird-500%2F The Title and Description of the current page is shown in every RDFA Data, which is not shown in ours If someone could suggest - how to get the page title and description show up in RDFA Data, below is our breadcrumb code <p><span class="breadcrumbs pathway"> <span typeof="v:Breadcrumb"> <a href="" rel="v:url" property="v:title">Home</a> &raquo; <span rel="v:child"> <span typeof="v:Breadcrumb"> <a href="index.php?option=com_forms&view=pages&layout=selloldcarindelhi&Itemid=4" rel="v:url" property="v:title">Sell Car</a> &raquo; <span rel="v:child"> <span typeof="v:Breadcrumb"> <a property="v:title" >Sell Used Car</a> </span> </span> </span> </span> </span>

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  • Robots.txt Disallow command [on hold]

    - by Saahil Sinha
    How to disallow folders through Robots.txt, which are been crawled due to wrong url structure, which thus cause duplicate page error The URL been crawled as incorrectly by Google leading to duplicate page error: www.abc.com/forum/index.php?option=com_forum However, The actual correct pages however are: www.abc.com/index.php?option=com_forum Is this a correct way by excluding them through robots.txt: To exclude www.abc.com/forum/index.php?option=com_forum Below is command Disallow: /forum/ Will it not block in legitimate component folder 'Forum' of site?

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  • Why does python easy install give me "permission denied" errors?

    - by Golden Sinha
    When i try to install program in ubuntu 12.04 it shows the error. program 1 : [email protected]:~/Desktop$ python setup.py install running install running build running build_py creating build creating build/lib.linux-i686-2.7 copying Calculator.py - build/lib.linux-i686-2.7 running install_lib copying build/lib.linux-i686-2.7/Calculator.py - /usr/local/lib/python2.7/dist-packages error: /usr/local/lib/python2.7/dist-packages/Calculator.py: Permission denied . program 2 : [email protected]:~/Desktop$ sudo chmod +x Moto.bin [sudo] password for home: [email protected]:~/Desktop$ it shows like this but it do not install the program. program 3 : [email protected]:~/Desktop$ python setup.py install [ERROR] wxPython2.8 is required. how to install wxPython2.8 please tell. if i try to install this program using easy_install it shows like this. [email protected]:~/Desktop$ easy_install editra error: can't create or remove files in install directory The following error occurred while trying to add or remove files in the installation directory: [Errno 13] Permission denied: '/usr/local/lib/python2.7/dist-packages/test-easy-install-6778.pth' The installation directory you specified (via --install-dir, --prefix, or the distutils default setting) was: /usr/local/lib/python2.7/dist-packages/ Perhaps your account does not have write access to this directory? If the installation directory is a system-owned directory, you may need to sign in as the administrator or "root" account. If you do not have administrative access to this machine, you may wish to choose a different installation directory, preferably one that is listed in your PYTHONPATH environment variable. For information on other options, you may wish to consult the documentation at: http://packages.python.org/distribute/easy_install.html Please make the appropriate changes for your system and try again. [email protected]:~/Desktop$ please help me . please tell how to install programs..

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  • Can rel="next" and rel="prev" can be ignored in blog listings

    - by Saahil Sinha
    We have a blog - which is current spread to 9 pages, every page has a unique title - page 1, page 2, page 3 and so on. Also, as it's a blog, every page has unique 10 listing entry on one page. Is rel="prev" and rel="next" can be safely ignored as all these are listing and not content pages of article. What I read in all through Google Search is that rel="next" and rel="prev" should be applicable on where the content is spread across multiple pages. But - as it's a blog, it has blog listings and every listing has unique content This is the blog: http://www.mycarhelpline.com/index.php?option=com_easyblog&view=latest&Itemid=91. May recommend, if by ignoring rel="next" and rel="prev" - are we inviting Google to treat the blog listing pages as duplicate.

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  • ArchBeat Link-o-Rama for 101/10/2011

    - by Bob Rhubart
    All day, all architecture. Oracle Technology Network Architect Day - Phoenix, AZ - Dec 14. Free registration. Spend the day with your peers learning from Oracle experts in Cloud Computing, Engineered Systems, Oracle WebLogic, Oracle Coherence, Application-Driven Virtualization, and more. Registration is free, but seating is limited. Register now! Data Integration - Bad data is really the monster | Bikram Sinha "Bad data can cause huge operational failure and cost millions of dollars in terms of time and resources to clean up and validate data across multiple participating systems," says Bikram Sinha. Changing a navigation model on a page in WebCenter | Edwin Biemond Another illustrated how-to from Oracle ACE Edwin Biemond. Why do I need an Authenticator when I have an Identity Asserter? | Chris Johnson Chris Johnson responds to a user question. OOW: The Most Important Thing | Floyd Teter Oracle ACE Director Floyd Teter explains why he sees "the inclusion of Fusion Applications CRM and HCM in the Oracle Public Cloud" as the most important news to come out of Oracle OpenWorld 2011. Oracle Releases Oracle Solaris 11 | Gokhan Atil Atil offers an overview of some of the "key points" of the new Solaris 11 release. SOA Development Virtual Developer Day (On Demand) You won't get the hands-on experience available in the live event, but if you will learn learn how a SOA approach can be implemented, whether starting afresh with new services or reusing existing services. Webcast: Maximum Availability on Private Clouds - Nov 10 - 10am PT/ 1pm ET Featuring Margaret Hamburger (Director, Product Marketing, Oracle) and Joe Meeks (Director, Product Management, Oracle). Should Enterprise Architecture Teams Be More Focused on Innovation? | Richard Seroter Richard Seroter looks answers among opinions offered by Forrester analyst Brian Hopkins and Jude Umeh of CapGemini.

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  • Make a bootable USB drive that can install both Windows XP and Ubuntu

    - by Utkarsh
    I have ISO images for both Ubuntu and Windows XP. I want to host both of them on a USB drive so that I can install either without needing installation CDs (I don't have a CD drive). How can I do that? SO, I want to have both Windows XP and Ubuntu on my USB Drive so that i could install any one of tem just from a USB. I do not have CD Drive thats why i wanna do that. I have ISO image of both ubuntu and windows xp

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  • Zune Keyboard Shortcuts

    - by Pulkit Sinha
    Does anyone know what keyboard shortcuts work with the latest Zune Desktop software (I believe it is v4.7)? I am particularly interested in something which helps in navigation and search. Also, I've noticed that if I select the leftmost column (Artists/Genres only) and start typing I get a kind of instant search. Does anyone know if - there is a way to invoke this without selecting the first column use it with the album and song view

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  • Bad Data is Really the Monster

    - by Dain C. Hansen
    Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 /* Style Definitions */ table.MsoNormalTable {mso-style-name:"Table Normal"; mso-tstyle-rowband-size:0; mso-tstyle-colband-size:0; mso-style-noshow:yes; mso-style-priority:99; mso-style-qformat:yes; mso-style-parent:""; mso-padding-alt:0in 5.4pt 0in 5.4pt; mso-para-margin:0in; mso-para-margin-bottom:.0001pt; mso-pagination:widow-orphan; font-size:10.0pt; font-family:"Calibri","sans-serif"; mso-bidi-font-family:"Times New Roman";} Bad Data is really the monster – is an article written by Bikram Sinha who I borrowed the title and the inspiration for this blog. Sinha writes: “Bad or missing data makes application systems fail when they process order-level data. One of the key items in the supply-chain industry is the product (aka SKU). Therefore, it becomes the most important data element to tie up multiple merchandising processes including purchase order allocation, stock movement, shipping notifications, and inventory details… Bad data can cause huge operational failures and cost millions of dollars in terms of time, resources, and money to clean up and validate data across multiple participating systems. Yes bad data really is the monster, so what do we do about it? Close our eyes and hope it stays in the closet? We’ve tacked this problem for some years now at Oracle, and with our latest introduction of Oracle Enterprise Data Quality along with our integrated Oracle Master Data Management products provides a complete, best-in-class answer to the bad data monster. What’s unique about it? Oracle Enterprise Data Quality also combines powerful data profiling, cleansing, matching, and monitoring capabilities while offering unparalleled ease of use. What makes it unique is that it has dedicated capabilities to address the distinct challenges of both customer and product data quality – [different monsters have different needs of course!]. And the ability to profile data is just as important to identify and measure poor quality data and identify new rules and requirements. Included are semantic and pattern-based recognition to accurately parse and standardize data that is poorly structured. Finally all of the data quality components are integrated with Oracle Master Data Management, including Oracle Customer Hub and Oracle Product Hub, as well as Oracle Data Integrator Enterprise Edition and Oracle CRM. Want to learn more? On Tuesday Nov 15th, I invite you to listen to our webcast on Reduce ERP consolidation risks with Oracle Master Data Management I’ll be joined by our partner iGate Patni and be talking about one specific way to deal with the bad data monster specifically around ERP consolidation. Look forward to seeing you there!

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  • The Latest in Enterprise Continuous Controls Monitoring

    AMR identifies continuous controls monitoring as one of the top GRC software investments planned for 2010. Tune into this Appcast to hear why Gartner positions Oracle as a Leader in its Magic Quadrant for Continuous Controls Monitoring. Siddharth Sinha, Senior Director of GRC Product Strategy, unveils how Oracle GRC Controls monitors, enforces and optimizes critical processes within ERP applications, and reduce opportunities for fraud and error.

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  • .NET converting simple arrays to List Generics

    - by Manish Sinha
    This question might seem trivial and also stupid at the first glance, but it is much more than this. I have an array of any type T (T[]) and I want to convert it into a List generic (List<T>). Is there any other way apart from creating a Generic list, traversing the whole array and adding the element in the List? Present Situation: string[] strList = {'foo','bar','meh'}; List<string> listOfStr = new List<string>(); foreach(string s in strList) { listOfStr.Add(s); } My ideal situation: string[] strList = {'foo','bar','meh'}; List<string> listOfStr = strList.ToList<string>(); Or: string[] strList = {'foo','bar','meh'}; List<string> listOfStr = new List<string>(strList); I am suggesting the last 2 method names as I think compiler or CLR can perform some optimizations on the whole operations if It want inbuilt. P.S.: I am not talking about the Array or ArrayList Type

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  • GWT 1.4 TO 2.0 UiBinder

    - by manu sinha
    Hi I am upgrading a project with around 60 java classes, from 1.4 to 2.0 . Apart from replacing deprecated functions, adding generics, will converting the whole project into UI Binder approach i.e. XML and Corresponding working Java classes, be recommended. Or shall i go on adding new UI requirments using Ui Binder and leaving the existing code as it is?

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  • creating enumeration using .NET's CodeDom

    - by Manish Sinha
    Hi, I want to create an Enumeration using CodeDom API. I have searched enough on the internet and I get results which are hardly of any use. What I want to generate is public enum bug_tracker_type { [Description("Bugzilla")] Bugzilla, [Description("Debbugs")] Debbugs, [Description("PHP Project Bugtracker")] PHP_Project_Bugtracker, [Description("Google Code")] Google_Code } I used CodeTypeDeclaration and set it's IsEnum property as true, created a name, and set it's Attributes. Now the biggest problem is how to populate the body? I tried CodeTypeMember mem = new CodeTypeMember(); mem.Name = WadlSharpUtils.CreateIdentifier(discreteValue.value); mem.CustomAttributes.Add(new CodeAttributeDeclaration(discreteValue.value)); // enumCandidate is an instance of CodeTypeDeclaration enumCandidate.Members.Add(mem); Though using this solution I can generate the Description attributes, the end of line would be ; and not ,

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  • Creating DescriptionAttribute on Enumeration Field using System.Reflection.Emit

    - by Manish Sinha
    I have a list of strings which are candidates for Enumerations values. They are Don't send diffs 500 lines 1000 lines 5000 lines Send entire diff The problem is that spaces, special characters are not a part of identifiers and even cannot start with a number, so I would be sanitizing these values to only chars, numbers and _ To keep the original values I thought of putting these strings in the DescriptionAttribute, such that the final Enum should look like public enum DiffBehvaiour { [Description("Don't send diffs")] Dont_send_diffs, [Description("500 lines")] Diff_500_lines, [Description("1000 lines")] Diff_1000_lines, [Description("5000 lines")] Diff_5000_lines, [Description("Send entire diff")] Send_entire_diff } Then later using code I will retrieve the real string associated with the enumeration value, so that the correct string can be sent back the web service to get the correct resource. I want to know how to create the DescriptionAttribute using System.Reflection.Emit Basically the question is where and how to store the original string so that when the Enumeration value is chosen, the corresponding value can be retrieved. I am also interested in knowing how to access DescriptionAttribute when needed.

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  • JSP page within GWT frame

    - by manu sinha
    i have created a gwt application in which i need to display a series of jsp pages. the jsp pages are present inside a gwt frame which itself is present within a Tabpanel. Now i need to close the tab panel automatically as soon as the user enters the value in any jsp page and submit it. Can anyone suggest me any possible solution as to how i can access(get reference) the tab panel from the jsp page in order to close it.

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