The following Weblog items are filed under the Computers category. There are 85 entries in this section. The earliest was published on December 27, 2007 and the latest entry was filed on September 12, 2008. If you have any comments about Computers please let me know!
September 12, 2008
Thought about Google
Found this in a feedback on a blog:
I can see where you were coming from. They look like the same solution. I am amazed myself. It is just something I thought of and did, and it turns out it had already been done, shoulda googled and saved myself the trouble :P but its good to solve things yourself sometimes.
This got me thinking that sometimes its not always better to use Google.
August 08, 2008
Microsoft's Developer Toolbar
If you use Microsoft's Developer Toolbar, you know that its pretty cool and a great source to get a Website DOM. You can use the tool to debug information, or to figure out why objects aren't being displayed correctly.
One problem that I have with the toolbar is the Ruler. For some reason every once in a while when I type in Shift-R I see the ruler tool. This is very annoying. However, this is a bug within IE and not the Developer Toolbar. For some reason the Ctrl key is still recognized as being pressed.
The quick fix is to press both Ctrl buttons. This resets the keyboard and you'll be able to type in a capitol R with no problem.
July 24, 2008
Oracle Import Example
The following is an example of duplicating an Orcle database from one schema to another schema. You may want to do this when you don't want to touch production DB during development.
This task is export the database contents of the SCHEMAA and importing them to SCHEMAB
exp and imp are Oracle command line Utilities. On some Oracle installations they are found in: D:oracleora92bin
MYDATABASE is a DBA:
## - Export SCHEMAA Data: exp MYDATABASE/MYDATABASE@o6 file=schemaa.dmp log=schemaa.log rows=yes indexes=no OWNER=SCHEMAA
## - Import SCHEMAA to SCHEMAB imp MYDATABASE/MYDATABASE@o6 FROMUSER=SCHEMAA TOUSER=SCHEMAB file=schemaa.dmp
February 20, 2008
Use your computer to connect to a computer that is located elsewhere and run programs or access files.
This is a "quick way" to get Terminal Services loaded, ie its faster than finding the Application in the Start Menu
Start > Run > Type in mstsc
December 27, 2007
If your working with different databases, the above graphic is handy to have. You can use this to determine the correct syntax to use to limit your row count.