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R Plugin for NetBeans IDE

Constantin Drabo, who set up a JUG in Burkina Faso, sent me some cool screenshots (below) together with this text: "These are screenshots of my plugin for the the R Language for Statistical Computing for NetBeans IDE. It is not very mature right now, I'm working on a palette and code completion, hoping to finish in two weeks."

Meet the EC Candidate Call Recording

On Thursday, 10 October,  the JCP hosted a Meet the EC Candidates call for Java
Community members.  The recording and materials are now available on JCP.org (audio file); all nominee information is available on the JCP.org 2013 EC Nominees page to follow along with the recording.

Archbeat Link-O-Rama Top 10 Facebook Faves for October 6-12, 2013

Among the now 4,369 fans of the OTN ArchBeat Facebook Page the following items were the most popular for the week of October 6-12, 2013.

Oracle Day 2013

Did you miss Oracle OpenWorld? Then this might be just the event for you!

Troubleshooting java.sql.SQLRecoverableException: IO Error: Invalid Packet Lenght

Some time ago, one of my customers had the following intermittent issue in WebLogic Server:

Reference for STAR field mappings

Occasionally questions will come up about the STAR schema and how it maps to fields in P6.  The STAR schema is comprised of data pulled from the P6 EPPM Extended view schema, the rest of the data is calculated as part of the Transformation process. Calculated data includes - historical captures, hierarchies, burndown and work planning calculations, and many others.

Updating the mapviewer in the quickstart kit

More than two (:-)) folks asked this question recently so it might worth a short note. The question is how does one deploy a new mapviewer version (e.g. 11.1.1.7.1) into the quickstart kit (which has 11.1.1.7.0)? A manual process is the simplest.

Shutdown the glassfish server if it's running.

Make a copy of the existing mapviewer.war directory and rename it (e.g. mapviewer.war.111170).

Delete the contents of the mapviewer.war directory (or create one named mapviewer.war if you just renamed, without copying, the old one).

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