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Mac OS X has a VNC server built in. You just need to enable it. These steps work in OS version 10.6.4. Open System Preferences. Click Sharing. Check Remote Management. Check appropriate permissions as shown below. Click OK. Click Computer Settings. Enable VNC and set a password. Click OK. That’s all! You can monitor the
This morning, I was setting up a test machine with WebSphere Commerce 6.0 Express. I proceeded with typical installation. The installer kept giving error message about Windows user ID password – “User password entered is incorrect”. This was most frustrating to say the least. I was entering the correct user ID and password. The user
The coordinate system of a HTML5 canvas object starts with 0,0 in its upper left hand corner. Coordinate system for a mouse event object, on the other hand, is highly ambiguous. QuirksMode has a detail discussion on this topic. If you are developing an interactive drawing application, you will need to convert mouse event coordinates
This morning, I started porting WA1858 Architecting SOA Using Oracle Service Bus (OSB) 10g to Oracle Service Bus 11g. I noticed that, by default Derby database is used to create various schema. This is a welcome departure from oracle SOA Suite which requires you to use an Oracle database. This complicates installation and adds overhead.
Recently, I had to port a few portlets from WebSphere Portal 6.1 to WebLogic Portal 10g. Things mostly went smoothly. Except for portlet and resource URLs. Weblogic portal adds URL parameters to portlet and resources URLs. For example: http://localhost:7001/AjaxWeb/ProductSearch.portlet?_nfpb=true&_st=&_windowLabel=ProductSearch_portlet… These parameters caused unexpected problems. POST Only For one thing, these URLs can not be used
Recently, I had to run a few experiments with Linux. I did not want to boot Linux separately from Windows. A virtual machine was the solution. I just didn’t have the time to download a large virtual image. I was working from my hotel room with despicable Internet speed. Then I hit upon Damn Small