Category Archives: Computers and Internet

ProClarity Analytics Server “Migrate Repository” Hangs

ProClarity Analytics Server (PAS) is a web site providing storage of OLAP ‘report’ definitions and caching of the resulting reports. The ‘reports’ are organised by a hierarchy of libraries, briefing books and views. The metadata for all of this is … Continue reading

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Useless PowerPoint discovery of the day…

PowerPoint prints hidden slides by default. Tell me, why am I preparing training material? Not quite in the job description of a developer… Technorati Tags: Microsoft PowerPoint 2007

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Microsoft Office Groove 2007 folder sync not supported for Vista x64

"Groove" is an offering from Microsoft to enable teams to collaborate by sharing documents and other items between colleagues within a company and customers/partners outside of the company. It provides a ‘workspace’ in which files can be shared. In a … Continue reading

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First impressions: VSTS 4 DB Pros

  My notes on my first impressions of Visual Studio Team System for Database Professionals.   I installed VSTS for Database Professionals using the DVD image from MSDN. This also involved installing MSDN Library for Visual Studio; it seems the … Continue reading

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Vista: Windows Experience Index

Just a short note to let you know my PC scored a "Windows Experience Index" of 5.2 in Windows Vista. This is quite a good score, apparently. In order to determine the score, Vista gives the computer a thorough workout in all … Continue reading

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Vista: Windows Easy Transfer

I installed Vista a couple of days ago (64 bit version). I’m intending it to become by primary development machine and file server at home . So I kicked off the Windows Easy Transfer wizard to copy all my files … Continue reading

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Flash Earth

If you’ve tried out Google Earth or any of the sattelite maps the various search engine provides, then you might like to have a look at http://www.flashearth.com/   It allows you to select the source for the images. Zoom in … Continue reading

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