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Arabic Language Shows ??? in Smartermail Web interface

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Problem: When someone send email through smartermail web interface anything with Arabic Language shows ????. Is this SM related or something we need to set server side?\r\n\r\nSolution: This can be controlled at the User’s Inbox through Settings > My Settings > Account Settings >> Compose. Set the Text Encoding to “Unicode (UTF-8)” (“Arabic (ISO)” […]

How to enable Full text search in SQL Server 2008

In this article we will describe to create Full text search in SQL Server 2008 through SQL Server management studio. To create a full-text catalog:\r\n

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Launch SQL Server management studio 2008

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Connect to SQL Server

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In Object Explorer, expand the server, expand Databases, and expand the database in which […]

Rhythmbox – A Tool to Sync Android Smartphones Using Linux

Interest levels in synchronize music collections have notched up a bit of late with the introduction of a plethora of new Android-based super phones. That is, unless you happen to be one of those owners with a large quantity of digital music encumbered by digital rights management (DRM) also known as copy protection. For this […]

Mono 2.8 is Released.

The Mono developers have released Mono 2.8, a major update to the implementation of Microsoft’s .NET technology for Linux and other platforms. Miguel de Icaza, project lead, said in his blog that the release “contains ten months worth of new features, stability fixes, performance work and bug fixes”. The Mono C# compiler is now a complete implementation of the C# 4.0 specification and defaults to operating as a 4.0 based platform.\r\n\r\nA new Generational GC (Garbage collector) offers better performance for applications which consume and reuse large amounts of memory; benchmarkingshows CPU use is now much more predictable. Support for LLVM has now been marked as stable with a mono-llvm command allowing server applications to run with an LLVM back end, potentially offering greater performance; JIT compilation with LLVM is described as “very slow” in the release notes and therefore only currently suits long-lived server processes. […]

RedHat Fedora 14 Release On the Way – 26 days left

Redhat Fedora 14 on the way to your desktop

Red Hat’s Fedora remains one of the most popular and versatile Linux distributions available today. Fedora 14 release is on the way with newest Linux Kernel 2.6.35, Gnome 2.32, KDE Plasma Desktop 4.5.0,\r\nOpenOffice.org 3.3, NetBeans 6.9 IDE […]

Online Schema Change for mySQL

It is great to be able to build small utilities on top of an excellent RDBMS. Thank you MySQL. This is a small but complex utility to perform online schema change for MySQL. We call it OSC and the source is here (Code is also available at bottom).\r\n\r\nSome ALTER TABLE statements take too long form the perspective of some MySQL users. The fast index create feature for the InnoDB plugin in MySQL 5.1 makes this less of an issue but this can still take minutes to hours for a large table and for some MySQL deployments that is too long.\r\n\r\nA workaround is to perform the change on a slave first and then promote the slave to be the new master. But this requires a slave located near the master. MySQL 5.0 added support for triggers and some replication systems have been built using triggers to capture row changes. Why not use triggers for this? The openarkkit toolkit did just that with oak-online-alter-table. We have published our version of an online schema change utility (OnlineSchemaChange.php aka OSC). […]

MySQL – How to create a database diagram basing on the image available

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Often we make some sketches of the database we plan to create on a blackboard or a sheet of paper before we actually design its structure on computer. After that we discuss the entities we’ve got, normalize them and repeat these actions several times. As a result we get a completely approved database structure in […]

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