Obat Bius Serbuk - Di indonesia telah banyak sekali beredar berbagai jenis obat bius mulai dari "berbentuk cair" yang di pakai dengan percampuran obat bius tersebut dengan air, "berbentuk semprot" dipakai dengan sistem semprot, dan "obat bius hirup" dipakai dengan sistem hirup.
Celana Hernia Merupakan obat sakit hernia yang terbaik dan aman dalam mengobati penyakit hernia tanpa operasi. alat terapi ini berupa celana hernia magnetik yang terbuat dari kain khusus dan di bentuk celana dalam hernia serta magnet yang ampuh sebagai obat hernia herbal.
Celana Dalam HerniaMerupakan obat sakit hernia yang terbaik dan aman dalam mengobati penyakit hernia tanpa operasi. alat terapi ini berupa celana hernia magnetik yang terbuat dari kain khusus dan di bentuk celana dalam hernia serta magnet yang ampuh sebagai obat hernia herbal.
Obat bius lokal/anestesi lokal atau yang sering disebut pemati rasa adalah obat yang menghambat hantaran saraf bila digunakan secara lokal pada jaringan saraf dengan kadar yang cukup. Obat bius lokal bekerja pada tiap bagian susunan saraf. Obat bius lokal bekerja merintangi secara bolak-balik penerusan impuls-impuls saraf ke Susunan Saraf Pusat (SSP) dan dengan demikian menghilangkan atau mengurangi rasa nyeri, gatal-gatal, rasa panas atau rasa dingin.
Back in the Gnome 2 days I used to love using Linux as my main developer machine but since Ubuntu and Gnome decided to build a mobile/cell phone interface for desktop PCs its gone back to the dark old days.
After Ubuntu switched to Unity I decided to jump ship to Linux Mint. Now Mint and most of the other big distros have gone Gnome 3, I'm left frustrated. These frustrations would be even worse if I'd chosen Fedora or SUSE as they don't offer the gnome shell extensions that make life bearable.
I recently worked on a project where we were using standard GWT Disclosure Panels and Tree components. When the application was sitting behind SSL we found that the arrow images were not visible in IE6. What was more frustrating was that in every other browser the images displayed correctly.
I've been playing around with RequestFactory, GWT's data centric transport/serialization mechanism and was really struggling to set up a new project that could pull data from an existing set of database tables and I wanted to share my experiences if you decide to use an existing schema.
The tutorial can be found over on the GWT developer documentation and I don't want repeat what can be found there.
In a previous post I looked at how to store images in a H2 database using groovy. The example served as nothing more than a little bit of fun. I just wondered how you'd go about doing it and wanted to explore how to get this done in groovy and H2, so wrote a script to load some images into the database.
In this post I'll look at setting up a data source for JBOSS so that you can use a JNDI lookup to connect to your database from your web application. It's really easy and takes no time at all. JBOSS includes some example datasource configurations under JBOSS_HOME/docs/examples/jca that you can copy and edit for your own purposes.
I copied the hsqldb-ds.xml to my server profile under JBOSS_HOME/server/all/deploy and edited it as follows :
I am slowly building a couple of environments and set of applications that will allow me to explore techniques, design patterns (as-well as re-learn those forgotten ones) and test drive shiny new technologies like GWT and Grails. More of a reference set for myself than anything else.
A while back I was playing with JPA/EJB3 persistence and GWT (Google Web Toolkit) but didn't want to use a heavy weight Application Server . The idea behind the application I was looking at was that it should be distributable and always run locally.
I downloaded the hibernate and JPA annotations from the hibernate website and thought it would be a simple case of configuring the persistence.xml file. After a some difficulties getting my application to hit the test Derby database I turned to google and it seems others had problems too.
I had intentions of developing my blog back in 2006 and managed to write a few half decent articles. Well its now 2011 and I’ve decided to take up blogging again.
My career has shifted more towards Java and OO Development and I’m no longer working so closely with Application Express but maintain an active interest in the good work the folks at Oracle are doing. My primary interest for blogging is to stop me forgetting some of that important stuff you come across when coding, hopefully someone out there will find this stuff useful too.
Those that know me well, will know that I am a desktop Linux advocate and that I completely moved my home desktop to Ubuntu after considering what I really need my computer to do. The list below is a pretty comprehensive list of what I want to be able to do with my computer:
· Run in a timely manner · Not crash when something/anything throws a wobbly · Internet Access (General Web Surfing) · Internet Chat (MSN, Skype) · Word Processing, Spreadsheets
Clear Page Cache When Using Tabs & Sub-tabs (new solution)
Previously I posted a solution for clearing page cache of a target page when a user clicks a sub-tab. While my solution works there is much cleaner way of achieving this involving the use of APEX_UTIL.CLEAR_PAGE_CACHE().
Using the same scenario, consider that we need to clear the page cache of the page that we will be re-directed to, before it loads. The solution is very similar but requires no modification of the target page.
While Apex is an intuitive easy to use development environment it can cause some frustrations and has a number of gotchas that are worth been aware of. The following are a few I've discovered over the last couple of months.
Validations of type PL/SQL Expression without conditions
This little beauty caused me an hour and half worth of grief.
If your creating Apex applications on a regular basis then sooner or later you will have made use of LOVs. Recently I needed to create an lov using the data contained within USER_TAB_COLS as a starting point.
A feature of Oracle DDL allows you to create and populate a table from a sql query. For example
For those new to ApEx it may not be immediately obvious that it is possible to execute Java Methods from ApEx. Newbies to Oracle database programming may also be surprised to know that you can actually embed Java in the database at all! The fact that this is possible make the Oracle Database Server very powerful making almost everything possible. If you cant code it in PL/SQL then try Java, If you can't use Java then perhaps you are doing something wrong (or need to go back to basics).
A colleague who also works for Oracle Consulting has recently blogged about a very useful and not so well known feature of ApEx. BRANCH_TO_PAGE_ACCEPT is a special type of request value which basically allows you to branch to a page, passing in a page item value, skip the page rendering and goes straight to page processing.
After recently reading a post on Tom Kyte's blog I stumbled across an excellent resource which is quoted by another fellow reader of Tom's blog. The Oracle Co-operative FAQ was set-up by Jonathan Lewis and is an excellent resource for anyone who uses the Oracle Database on a daily basis as a developer, tuner or DBA.
Since finishing my last project I have had some time on the 'bench', giving me the perfect opportunity to get some training in and up to speed for my next project, again with the same client (I must be doing something right). The project is going to predominately involve Database 10g, Apps Server 10g, Java and ApEx.
If anyone has been watching the news lately, you'll have noticed that some of us will be gaining an extra 8 days on top of our normal holiday allowance. The government has decided that companies can't include bank holidays as part of our holiday allowance.
The BBC have placed an article on their website if any of you happened to miss the news.
As some of you know, I'm fast becoming an ApEx convert and I've started to use it to knock together quick and dirty applications which make my daily work life as a consultant easier. Rather than installing a full Oracle DB instance on my laptop I've opted to install Oracle XE which comes with ApEx 2.1 and is basically a stripped down version of Oracle 10g Database. It suits my purposes and is not as resource hungry as the complete Oracle Instance.
I had the pleasure of test driving the new TT on Wednesday I don't think words can describe the fun I had in it. Put simply I'll be ordering mine at the end of the month. I can see why there is a six month waiting list though; The car was just phenomenal in every respect. It's comfortable, not too fuel hungry, turns heads and the acceleration was great. What more could you ask for. Briefly on the Acceleration the car just throws you back in to the seats and goes, and goes and goes. Even in 6th gear it flies.
The project I'm currently working on has required me to migrate data contained within Flash Filer2 database files (*.FF2). Although this is an old and obscure file format, others out there may well need to migrate data stored in such files to a newer, shiner DB, like Oracle.
It's been about a month since my last post and I've been busy, busy, busy. I have just got back from another trip to Prague (more on that in a later post) and my stint in Consulting Customer Services is now over and the work I did for them in APEX was very well received. Since then I've been posted to my first project outside of Oracle.