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Oracle OLAP Web Agent 9.2.1 with an Oracle 11g database user use Internet Explorer,The Internet Explorer is no longer supported by Microsoft and MS Edge or Google Chrome does not support JAVA, the application can no longer be used.Is there a newer product for OOWA or what other alternatives for visualizing the application are available?
The JDBC Driver 9.2 includes three JAR class libraries in each installation package: mssql-jdbc-9.2.1.jre8.jar, mssql-jdbc-9.2.1.jre11.jar, and mssql-jdbc-9.2.1.jre15.jar.
1 Due to the differences in how time zones are handled between java.util.Calendar and java.time.LocalDateTime API, temporal datatypes with a user provided java.util.Calendar object associated with it or microsoft.sql.DateTimeOffset datatypes do not benefit from this improvement.
Microsoft JDBC Driver 7.0 for SQL Server now implements beginRequest() and endRequest() APIs from the java.sql.Connection class. These APIs were introduced with JDBC 4.3 specifications and JDK 9. For more information about the driver's implementation of these APIs, see JDBC 4.3 compliance for the JDBC Driver.
For a more complex example of drawing shapes, try running this repl.it Java Swing code (or download the files here by clicking on Download on the top right and use the files in your own Java IDE). When the yellow panel comes up, click on either the Rectangle or the Oval button and then click and drag somewhere on the yellow panel to draw that shape. Take a look at the Rectangle.java and Oval.java files to see how they inherit from the Shape class in Shape.java. Java Swing graphical programming is not covered on the AP CS A exam, but it is a lot of fun!
Open source React Native releases follow a release train that is coordinated on GitHub through the react-native-releases repository. New releases are created off the main branch of facebook/react-native. They will follow a Release Candidate process to allow contributors like yourself to verify the changes and to identify any issues by writing clear, actionable bug reports. Eventually, the release candidate will be promoted to stable.
Added support for new argument types to unstrippedNativeLibsDir,used for NDK symbol generation and uploading. The override now accepts anyarguments allowable fororg.gradle.api.Project#files(Object...),including java.lang.String, java.io.File, andorg.gradle.api.file.FileCollection. You can specify multiple directories fora single build flavor by providing a list or FileCollection instance.
Updated the protocol buffer dependency to the newerprotobuf-javalite artifact. The new artifact is incompatible with the oldone, so this library needed to be upgraded to avoid conflicts. No developeraction is necessary.
For more, read on. This is a follow-up to my post offered Jan 24 announcing FR 9.2.0. The 3 items listed in the FR release notes for 9.2.1 If you visit the release notes page for FR, you will see that the FR8397 Bug: Fix total requests (last 60 seconds) amount in Web Metrics page. FR8398 Improvement: Add property to disable CF query monitoring for Redis cache when property is set to false (set to true by default). FR8399 Bug: Fix event snapshots no longer being sent to the cloud. I'll have much more to say about the second item, which though listed as an "improvement" is actually a workaround for a problem introduced in FR 9.2.0, as I will explain next. That second item is important, for CF Enterprise users storing CF cached queries in Redis This issue might affect only a very small class of users, but it's worth noting. In that post some may recall I mentioned that one of its new features was that the FR "Metrics>CF System Metrics" page was working again after a couple year hiatus (due to a change Adobe had made). I highlighted especially how graphs there like the one showing the number of "cached queries" now "worked" as expected. Well, an unfortunate side-effect of that may affect those running CF Enterprise, who have set CF to store caching in Redis. In that case, this new FR ability causes CF to fail upon trying to retrieve such cached queries if stored in Redis. The error is: Error casting an object of type class java.lang.String cannot be cast to class coldfusion.sql.CachedQuery Other aspects of the error message include phrases like, "coldfusion.sql.CachedQuery is in unnamed module of loader coldfusion.bootstrap.BootstrapClassLoader" and "class java.lang.String cannot be cast to class coldfusion.sql.CachedQuery". Again, this issue ONLY occurs if you are: running ColdFusion Enterprise (and perhaps only 2021 or above, as that's all I've heard about and tested so far) and you have configured Redis as one of the CF Admin caching options and you have configured the CF Admin caching page to set Redis as the default or have set it at the application-level and finally have set some CF query to use caching, such as cachedwithin or cachedafter This is part if the "distributed caching" feature introduced in CF2018 (again, Enterprise only), where the CF Admin (or your app) can be configured to store CF's caching in other than the default ehcache. Other options introduced were memecached, Redis, JCS, and even a "custom" caching solution you could integrate with, then CF2021 added Azure Redis Cache and AWS ElastiCache. See the Adobe docs for more, including how this caching could be enabled at the Admin level and overridden at the application-level. So far, I am aware only that this FR-related problem is ONLY with ColdFusion cached queries as stored in Redis. I have not heard of (or yet tested) whether the problem happens with memcached or the other caching engines, nor have I tested it with CF2018, nor have I tested it with Lucee. I wanted to get this info out first, and if I learn anything new I will update this post. Turning off the FR query cache monitoring as a workaround So back to the problem, what FR 9.2.1 adds is not so much a fix to the problem, but an option allowing you to prevent FR from doing ANY monitoring of ColdFusion cached queries, at least until this problem is addressed otherwise by Adobe or Intergral. Yes, that's a bit of a hammer (if you have any applications configured to store caching in OTHER than Redis). But at least it will prevent the error in that scenario above. The fix is to add this JVM argument to the JVM args for CF; -Dfr.coldfusion.monitor.query.enabled=false To be clear, the value defaults to true (so that FR DOES do query cache monitoring by default, as I noted in my previous blog post). You would set it to false to PREVENT the monitoring, at least until this problem is resolved between Adobe and Intergral (makers of FR). Of course, such JVM args are added to ColdFusion either via CF's jvm.config file or the CF Admin "Java and JVM" page. In either case, always be VERY careful implementing any such JVM argument. If you make a mistake, you may find that CF won't start (and you would not be able to access the CF Admin then, to undo the change.). I have much more info on dealing with such JVM config changes in other posts here on my site. Conclusion If you visit the FR UI (on-prem or in the cloud), you will also be notified of this new update. And that notification will take you to the FR download page, which itself also has a link to the release notes mentioned above. I just point these updates out when I can, to help folks who might miss that info or want more information. As for performing an update to FR, I did a blog post on that topic in 2018, which still mostly applies well. If you need help installing the update, or working with FR, or dealing with that issue above (or indeed any aspect of ColdFusion, or Lucee, or using FusionReactor itself), I am available for short-term, remote consulting, with satisfaction guaranteed or you won't pay for the time. See my online calendar link or contact info offered there. 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Add the JDBC 9.2.1 RTW driver to your Maven project by adding the following code to your POM file to include it as a dependency in your project (choose .jre8, .jre11, or .jre15 for your required Java version).
Pale Moon seems to continue supporting NPAPI plugins like Java indefinitely. I use a website, which require java plugin enabled. But I can't get the java plugin in the plugins list. I know the symbolic link method for Firefox. How to install the plugin in Pale Moon? I'm on Ubuntu 16.04 LTS 64 bit, Java JDK 8u121 and Pale Moon 64 bit
To install java plugin in Pale Moon web browser, you have to create a symbolic link of the file libnpjp2.so to the directory /usr/lib/mozilla/plugins
Another way to display banner ads is to put BannerAd directly into your XML layout as follows. NOTE: If you choose this route, then you do not need any code in java or kotlin as the ad will automatically be fetched. Also, if you need to set targeting parameters in the AdRequest, then please use the programmatic approach and do not put the banner in the layout.
If you attempt a rollback to the previous version, you might see a HAL error saying "java.rmi.RemoteException: VI SDK invoke exception:javax.net.ssl.SSLHandshakeException: Remote host closed connection during handshake". This can occur when the size of the /opt/vmware/horizon/link/conf/settings.json configuration file is too large. 2b1af7f3a8