After upgrading to FritzOS 6.05
CLIP stopped working with my analog phone.
The settings looked quite ok: (Telefonie -> Telefoniegeräte -> bearbeiten -> Merkmale des Telefoniegeräts)
This basic feature was certainly not shipped without testing. So this has to be a problem of data/parameter migration.
After unchecking CLIP, doing a reboot and ba checking the box again CLIP worked like before...
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Recently, I created a small slide deck to explain how Oracle Traffic Director instances, processes and high-availability concepts work together to front end requests to back end application servers with high availability.
The Oracle Traffic Director (OTD) environment the slide is based on runs on Exalogic Virtual and consists of 3 vServers:
- 1 for the OTD admin server
- 2 for the OTD admin nodes
I'm going to state a sacrilegious position for a moment: the quality of data isn't a primary goal in Master Data Management
Now before the perfectly correct 'Garbage In, Garbage Out' statement let me explain. Data Quality is certainly something that MDM can help with but its not actually the primary aim of MDM.
MDM is about enabling collaboration, collaboration is about the cross-reference
In the previous blogpost we’ve built a custom java API on top of the ACM api. In this blogpost we’ll make a service of this API exposing its public methods and test it against a small test case.
The TestCase for this blogpost is also available on GitHub. It’s a small composite containing a simple case called TestCase.
We’ve got 2 milestones in the case, one called caseStarted, which is set after (more...)
One of the most important building blocks of Adaptive Case Management is the ACM API. At one point or another you’re gonna need a way to get information (think about a list of stakeholders, available activities, milestones reached, etc.) out of the case. Since there’s no webservice available yet that exposes the internals of the case, your only option right now is the ACM API.
ACM evangelist Niall Commiskey has put some samples online (more...)
Next up in the ‘hit list’ of topics on the way to specialisation is the Security Specialist. Fusion Security was designed with Role Based Access Control (RBAC) at its heart, allowing separation of duties for Sarbanes Oxley compliance easier to achieve, so that should make it easier to pick up, given my history of PeopleSoft. Let’s dive in …
There are a number of different role types in Fusion. My first impression is (more...)
There is a massive amount of IT hype that is focused on what people see, its about the agile delivery of interfaces, about reporting, visualisation and interactional models. If you could weight hype then it is quite clear that 95% of all IT is about this area. Its why we need development teams working hand-in-hand with the business, its why animations and visualisation are massively important.
Scoop, Flume, PIG, Zookeeper. Do these mean anything to you? If they do then the odds are you are looking at Hadoop. The thing is that while that was cool a few years ago it really is time to face it that HDFS is a commodity, Map Reduce is interesting but not feasible for most users and the real question is how we turn all that raw data in HDFS into something we can actually (more...)
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Some time ago a vmware server did not recognize any more a data disk. This disk was formatted with vmfs v3
(enter the vmware server via ssh and type mount..). First thing i did, was creating an image of this disk, to play around without any danger of data loss.
There is a good article how to mount vmfs
, but on debian i had to install the package otherosfs.
After i installed this (more...)
Next up in the ‘hit list’ of topics on the way to specialisation is the Data Specialist. (I’ve been temporarily scared off by the amount of course content for the Sales and Presales specialisms!) This covers getting data in and out of Fusion.
As you would expect with a fully-featured system like Fusion, there are an array of options.
File Based Loader
FBL allows you to load data in bulk into Fusion from (more...)