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  • Apache - how to serve from a directory inside home folder, whereas home folder doesn't has any publi

    - by Vikrant Chaudhary
    Hi, I'm using Apache2 for completely local development purposes. I'm trying to make DocumentRoot to be /home/vikrant/www/ whereas permissions of /home/vikrant/ are 700. I'm getting 403 Forbidden when DocumentRoot is /home/vikrant/www/ however It Works! when DocumentRoot is /var/www/. I've even changed permissions of /home/vikrant/www/ to 777 and changed owner and group to www-data. Is it possible to serve from home directory whereas home directory doesn't has public permissions? If yes, then how?

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  • Imaging: Paper Paper Everywhere, but None Should be in Sight

    - by Kellsey Ruppel
    Author: Vikrant Korde, Technical Architect, Aurionpro's Oracle Implementation Services team My wedding photos are stored in several empty shoeboxes. Yes...I got married before digital photography was mainstream...which means I'm old. But my parents are really old. They have shoeboxes filled with vacation photos on slides (I doubt many of you have even seen a home slide projector...and I hope you never do!). Neither me nor my parents should have shoeboxes filled with any form of photographs whatsoever. They should obviously live in the digital world...with no physical versions in sight (other than a few framed on our walls). Businesses grapple with similar challenges. But instead of shoeboxes, they have file cabinets and warehouses jam packed with paper invoices, legal documents, human resource files, material safety data sheets, incident reports, and the list goes on and on. In fact, regulatory and compliance rules govern many industries, requiring that this paperwork is available for any number of years. It's a real challenge...especially trying to find archived documents quickly and many times with no backup. Which brings us to a set of technologies called Image Process Management (or simply Imaging or Image Processing) that are transforming these antiquated, paper-based processes. Oracle's WebCenter Content Imaging solution is a combination of their WebCenter suite, which offers a robust set of content and document management features, and their Business Process Management (BPM) suite, which helps to automate business processes through the definition of workflows and business rules. Overall, the solution provides an enterprise-class platform for end-to-end management of document images within transactional business processes. It's a solution that provides all of the capabilities needed - from document capture and recognition, to imaging and workflow - to effectively transform your ‘shoeboxes’ of files into digitally managed assets that comply with strict industry regulations. The terminology can be quite overwhelming if you're new to the space, so we've provided a summary of the primary components of the solution below, along with a short description of the two paths that can be executed to load images of scanned documents into Oracle's WebCenter suite. WebCenter Imaging (WCI): the electronic document repository that provides security, annotations, and search capabilities, and is the primary user interface for managing work items in the imaging solution SOA & BPM Suites (workflow): provide business process management capabilities, including human tasks, workflow management, service integration, and all other standard SOA features. It's interesting to note that there a number of 'jumpstart' processes available to help accelerate the integration of business applications, such as the accounts payable invoice processing solution for E-Business Suite that facilitates the processing of large volumes of invoices WebCenter Enterprise Capture (WEC): expedites the capture process of paper documents to digital images, offering high volume scanning and importing from email, and allows for flexible indexing options WebCenter Forms Recognition (WFR): automatically recognizes, categorizes, and extracts information from paper documents with greatly reduced human intervention WebCenter Content: the backend content server that provides versioning, security, and content storage There are two paths that can be executed to send data from WebCenter Capture to WebCenter Imaging, both of which are described below: 1. Direct Flow - This is the simplest and quickest way to push an image scanned from WebCenter Enterprise Capture (WEC) to WebCenter Imaging (WCI), using the bare minimum metadata. The WEC activities are defined below: The paper document is scanned (or imported from email). The scanned image is indexed using a predefined indexing profile. The image is committed directly into the process flow 2. WFR (WebCenter Forms Recognition) Flow - This is the more complex process, during which data is extracted from the image using a series of operations including Optical Character Recognition (OCR), Classification, Extraction, and Export. This process creates three files (Tiff, XML, and TXT), which are fed to the WCI Input Agent (the high speed import/filing module). The WCI Input Agent directory is a standard ingestion method for adding content to WebCenter Imaging, the process for doing so is described below: WEC commits the batch using the respective commit profile. A TIFF file is created, passing data through the file name by including values separated by "_" (underscores). WFR completes OCR, classification, extraction, export, and pulls the data from the image. In addition to the TIFF file, which contains the document image, an XML file containing the extracted data, and a TXT file containing the metadata that will be filled in WCI, are also created. All three files are exported to WCI's Input agent directory. Based on previously defined "input masks", the WCI Input Agent will pick up the seeding file (often the TXT file). Finally, the TIFF file is pushed in UCM and a unique web-viewable URL is created. Based on the mapping data read from the TXT file, a new record is created in the WCI application.  Although these processes may seem complex, each Oracle component works seamlessly together to achieve a high performing and scalable platform. The solution has been field tested at some of the largest enterprises in the world and has transformed millions and millions of paper-based documents to more easily manageable digital assets. For more information on how an Imaging solution can help your business, please contact [email protected] (for U.S. West inquiries) or [email protected] (for U.S. East inquiries). About the Author: Vikrant is a Technical Architect in Aurionpro's Oracle Implementation Services team, where he delivers WebCenter-based Content and Imaging solutions to Fortune 1000 clients. With more than twelve years of experience designing, developing, and implementing Java-based software solutions, Vikrant was one of the founding members of Aurionpro's WebCenter-based offshore delivery team. He can be reached at vikrant[email protected]

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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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  • 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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  • 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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  • 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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  • Why TVs are costlier than Monitor for same screen size?

    - by Vikrant Chaudhary
    Just wondering, why LCD/LED-backlit TVs cost more (almost double) than LCD/LED-backlit monitors for same screen size. Because I guess that TVs and Monitors, both use almost same technologies and both nowadays support some common connectors (HDMI/D-Sub/DVI etc). And since a Monitor has much higher resolution than a TV for that size, and they are used more closely than TVs, Monitors probably require more engineering effort. So, Monitors are supposed to be costlier than TVs, right? Ex: A ViewSonic (or any) 22"/26" monitor supports Full-HD resolution at 1080p (WSXGA+-1680×1050, WUXGA-1920×1200), while all 22"/26" HDTVs support HD-ready 720p (WXGA-1366x768) only, which is also the resolution of my Notebook's 15.6" screen.

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  • Convert video files for Maemo (Nokia N900) using ffmpeg/mencoder

    - by Vikrant Chaudhary
    I'm a newbie in video encoding so I'm looking for some expert advice. I'm looking to transcode media files with ffmpeg or mencoder (or something other) on Ubuntu for my Nokia N900 running Maemo. I'd prefer mencoder, because of ffmpeg's crazy dependencies. Video output should be AVC/H.264 (probably hardware accelerated on device). Audio output in AAC (should have preferred Vorbis but not supported natively and requires .mkv which is also not completely supported). Output video should retain the original aspect ratio. Resolution of screen is 800x480 (16:10). (Explanation of why-this-value-is-chosen would be really appreciated). Thanks.

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  • Python error with IndentationError: unindent does not match any outer indentation level

    - by Vikrant Cornelio
    from tweepy import Stream from tweepy import OAuthHandler from tweepy.streaming import StreamListener ckey='W1VPPrau42ENAWP1EnDGpQ' csecret='qxtY2rYNN0QT0Ndl1L4PJhHcHuWRJWlEuVnHFDRSE' atoken='1577208120-B8vGWIquxbmscb9xdu5AUzENv09kGAJUCddJXAO' asecret='tc9Or4XoOugeLPhwmCLwR4XK8oUXQHqnl10VnQpTBzdNR' class listener(StreamListener): def on_data(self,data): print data return True def on_error(self,status): print status auth=OAuthHandler(ckey,csecret) auth.set_access_token(atoken,asecret) twitterStream=Stream(auth,listener()) twitterStream.filter(track=["car"]) I typed this in my Python shell i got an error...the error was IndentationError: unindent does not match any outer indentation level..Please help me!!!!!!!!!!!

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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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  • Open a new tab in gnome-terminal using command line.

    - by Vikrant Chaudhary
    Hi, When I write gnome-terminal --tab at the terminal, I expect it to open a new tab in the same terminal window. But it opens a new window instead. I found out that its intention is to open a new tab in a new window, i.e., if I write gnome-terminal --tab --tab it will open a new window with two tabs. So, the question is, how can I open a new tab in the current window using a command in gnome-terminal? I'm using Ubuntu 9.04 x64.

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  • upload image during registration in asp.net

    - by Vikrant
    I am developing a student registration form in asp.net. there are two tables viz std_registration and gallery(having pic_id and pic_url). During registration, before the click of submit button i want to retrieve pic_id from gallery table and then pass it to the insert query of registration table. image upload is an optional part. if no image is uploaded i want a default image to get uploaded. pls help me on this. thanx.

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  • [JavaScript] How to get the uri of the .js file itself.

    - by Vikrant Chaudhary
    Hi, is there a method in JavaScript by which I can find out the path/uri of the executing script. For example: index.html includes a JavaScript file stuff.js and since stuff.js file depends on ./commons.js, it wants to include it too in the page. Problem is that stuff.js only knows the relative path of ./commons.js from itself and has no clue of full url/path. index.html includes stuff.js file as <script src="http://example.net/js/stuff.js?key=value" /> and stuff.js file wants to read the value of key. How to?

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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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  • 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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