Sat, Oct 29th 2011 6:11a Karthikeyan Alagirisamy This is in continuation to my previous article where I mentioned about TNSNames.ora.
Again this is my understanding and am a beginner1. The Location where you would find tnsnames.ora file inside a oracle client directory is typically inside the NETWORKADMIN folder
2. In My case it is inside d:oracleproduct11.2.0client_1NETWORKADMIN
3. This is one file that you should know to create if [read] Keywords: admin
Hello World Oracle SQL Developer
Sat, Oct 29th 2011 6:11a Karthikeyan Alagirisamy Well by Oracle SQL Developer, I mean a developer tool and not a programmer/developer. :)
Following are purely my own understanding as a beginner to work with Oracle SQL Developer.When you install a oracle server 2008, you will automatically obtain a Oracle SQL Developer client with it.
You cannot create a new database with Oracle SQL Developer client. In order to do that you would require [read] Keywords: database
Run Apache-Tomcat with in Eclipse Indigo
Sat, Oct 29th 2011 6:11a Karthikeyan Alagirisamy I never knew I can do so much with eclipse with ease. I have made this post earlier for a different version of eclipse named Yoxos. It was quite hard in that and with Indigo its too easy.
Just follow the following steps.
1. Download Apache-Tomcat to your preferred directory.
2. Open up eclipse Helios
3. Choose Window Preferences as illustrated in the following image
4. In the preferences [read] Keywords: eclipse
Configuring ODBC Connection for Oracle in Windows 7
Sat, Oct 29th 2011 6:11a Karthikeyan Alagirisamy 1. In order to configure a ODBC connection for Oracle in windows 7 follow the following steps
2. Goto Start->Control Panel->Administrative Tools->Data Sources (ODBC)
3. The following screen titled “ODBC Data Source Administrator” will be opened up
4. Now choose the System DSN tab and click on add.
5. This will open up a new window titled “Create New Data Source”
6. Scroll down to “Microsoft [read] Keywords: microsoft
Bugs: Ajax Caching issue in IE
Sat, Oct 15th 2011 6:09a Karthikeyan Alagirisamy Hats of to IE. It tests my mettle. Not a day goes by with out finding issues with IE one way or the other when I attempt to get some thing work the way I expect them to.
The good part is it helps me learn a lot from technology point of view as it is so different from other browsers and even simple things require a lot of work in IE.
Once an ajax request is created from the IE browser, it caches [read] Keywords: ajax
Working with In Memory Documents in XPages
Tue, Aug 16th 2011 6:10a Karthikeyan Alagirisamy Following is a simple demonstration of how documents in memory can be used to communicate between XPages and Agents.The beauty in the following description is that the document in memory is never being saved. That is an awesome stuff that I feel is really helpful for developers in many occations
Create an XPage with a couple of input fields named "boxA" and "boxB" as shown in the following image [read] Keywords: lotus
"onbeforeunload" An Illustration/Demo
So I ended up discovering the presence of this event "onbeforeunload" for html pages. Though this seems to have some issues with the Opera browser, It seems to work fine with IE, Firefox and Chrome. Haven't tested on safari. The code that [read] Keywords: firefox
XPages Domino Object Map 8.5.2
Sat, Jul 30th 2011 6:08a Karthikeyan Alagirisamy I recently happened to come across a page where I was able to find this
XPages Domino Object Map 8.5.2. It reminds me of old times when I used to work with version 7. And I really missed the hirerachy map in later versions though I had them byhearted. This one seems to be pretty similar and is a good one. You get to click on the map to see the details associated with them.
I know many would have [read] Keywords: domino