UML Sequence templates cannot be found in Visio 2016

Problem: 

Cannot found shapes for UML Sequence diagram in Visio 2016

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What’s new in SharePoint 2013 search for developers

https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/office/jj163951.aspx#SPSearchnew_clientOM

SharePoint 2013 Search includes a client object model (CSOM) that enables access to most of the Query object model functionality for online, on-premises, and mobile development. You can use the Search CSOM to create client applications that run on a machine that does not have SharePoint 2013 installed to return SharePoint 2013 search results.

The Search CSOM includes a Microsoft .NET Framework managed client object model and JavaScript object model, and it is built on SharePoint 2013. First, client code accesses the SharePoint CSOM. Then, client code accesses the Search CSOM.

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Access locally installed Oracle 11g through PL/SQL Developer 9

http://stackoverflow.com/questions/18738101/how-to-acess-locally-installed-oracle-11-g-throught-pl-sql-developer-9

Objective/Problem:

To make both oracle 11g(64-bit) (version 11.2) and PL/SQL Developer (version 10.0.2) work in the same machine because PL/SQL Developer needs 32 bit oracle client installed when oracle does not require client when working in local machine.

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Service Identity and Authentication

Service Identity and Authentication

Overriding the Identity of a Service for Authentication

 

 

No connection could be made because the target machine actively refused it [::1]:808

Error Message when trying to access WCF services through WCF Test Client:

TCP error code 10061: No connection could be made because the target machine actively refused it [::1]:808

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jQuery Modal Dialog: Input fields cannot be interacted with using custom CSS theme

Issue
using a jQuery custom theme (version jquery-ui-1.11.3), and creating a modal dialog, the input fields cannot be interacted.

Solution
in jquery-ui.css, add fix as below:
.ui-widget {
font-family: Verdana,Arial,sans-serif;
font-size: 1.1em;
/* add by mye -start */
z-index: 9999;
position: relative;
/* add by mye – end */
}

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Splitting Content »Excerpts

method 1:  

Use the Excerpt module under the post editor to create an excerpt for the post.

If you do not see the Excerpt module, click the Screen Options tab near the top-right when writing or editing a post and make sure that “Excerpt” is checked

http://en.support.wordpress.com/splitting-content/excerpts/

 

method 2:

alt+shift+T

SQL WITH clause tricks

http://www.dba-oracle.com/t_sql99_with_clause.htm

Starting in Oracle9i release 2 we saw an incorporation of the SQL-99 WITH clause (a.k.a. subquery factoring), a tool for materializing subqueries to save Oracle from having to re-compute them multiple times.

The SQL WITH clause is very similar to the use of Global temporary tables (GTT), a technique that is often used to improve query speed for complex subqueries. Here are some important notes about the Oracle WITH clause:

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Understanding Your Language Choices for Developing Modern Apps – from Rachel Appel

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/magazine/dn385713.aspx

Developing modern software using a single language just doesn’t happen in 2013. Programming has evolved to a polyglot model with domain-specific languages (DSLs) for each tier of development. For example, a popular scenario is to use SQL and C# on the back end and HTML, JavaScript and CSS as the UI languages. As a developer, you want to be able to add skills to your skill set, but working in too many languages spreads your skills thin in each. You also want to put products out to market quickly, which often leaves little room for learning a new language and all its quirks, so optimally you want to build on top of skills you already have. When creating Windows Store and Windows Phone apps, you have a variety of choices in languages for every project scenario, and at least one will nicely complement your experience. In this article, I’ll show you what languages go with different development scenarios. In addition, I’ll look at the options you need to weigh and how factors such as data access or porting an app affect the language you need to use.

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