Documentum Sessions

Command 1:  execute show_sessions

Command 2: execute list_sessions

Command 3: execute count_sessions gives us the following values:

concurrent_sessions

history_sessions

history_timeout

hot_list_size      – active session count

warm_list_size  – timed out sessions count

cold_list_size – free session count

 

 

Logging code Cleanup Eclipse Plugin

Logging code Cleanup plugin for Eclipse is an extension of the Eclipse Cleaun Ups which detects invocations of logging methods with compound arguments (requiring computation before method call) and prefixes them with corresponding if statements.

For example, the code:
log.debug(“Me: ” + this)

is replaced with:
if (log.isDebugEnabled()) log.debug(“Me: ” + this)

The following logging frameworks are supported by this plugin:

Java Util Logging
Log4j
SLF4J

How to use it:

Source —> Cleanup menu

REMOVE HUMMINGBIRD NEIGHBORHOOD FROM DESKTOP

Open this file with a text editor:

C:\Program Files\Hummingbird\Connectivity\*\Default User\Registry\HN_Desktop.humreg

note that reg key. (ex: {DDDDDDD-AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA})

start-->run-->regedit

go to [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\Desktop]

rename directory that named reg key above {DDDDDDD..}. e.g. just rename it to "ANameSpace".

go to your desktop

hit F5

Documentum admingroup group

Excerpt from Documentum Documents:

When you grant Superuser privileges to a user, you may also need to add that user to the admingroup group to enable them to run jobs or administration methods. The admingroup group is created at server installation or upgrade, when the administration tool suite is installed. It contains all the Superusers in the repository. At server installation, there are the repository owner and installation owner. After an upgrade, it contains all Superusers in the repository.

Members of the admingroup group have no inherent privileges other than those they have as Superusers. However, administrative jobs, methods, and other related objects use an ACL which restricts their use to the admingroup group.

“Kindle For PC” folder shows up when starting windows xp

“Kindle For PC” folder shows when starting windows xp.

How to prevent that?  you cann’t find it in the ‘startup’ configuration. it can be resolved by:

Step 1:  (Amazon program may not exist in the ‘msconfig’)

1) Run ‘msconfig’ from Start->Run
2) Go to the Startup tab and unselect the Amazon program

Step 2:
1) Run ‘regedit’ from Start->Run
2) Open the directory ‘HKEY_CURRRENT_USER -> Software -> Microsoft -> Windows -> CurrentVersion -> Run’
3) Delete the Amazon key from this folder

gwt-unitCache

In GWT, maybe after GWT 2.4.0, there is  gwt-unitCache folder created which  just contains  files to help the GWT compiler remember what has been compiled.  The gwt-unitCache will speed-up subsequent compiles because it can just read from the cache rather than re-parse/compile a file if it hasn’t changed.

It can be deleted on deployment.

Magic behinds of a_controlling_app

Application-level control of sysobjects provides a restriction on top of the usual object security. It is enforced for all users except superusers. It is separate from object ownership by a user or group and is identified by dm_sysobject.a_controlling_app property.
if a superuser accesses an object, or the object does not have a_controlling_app set, or if the a_controlling_app matches one of the application codes for the client, the object’s ACL is used for allowing access. Otherwise, dm_docbase_config.default_app_permit(READ by default) and the ACL are compared to grant the more restrictive of the two. When the application codes don’t match, a non-superuser is never granted an extended permission.

References:

http://books.google.com/books?id=gfDNpjMULGYC&pg=PT343&lpg=PT343&dq=a_controlling_app+documentum&source=bl&ots=lDYe5yJj4x&sig=AtOHia0c2KXeDDJT7YZ-4uM2ymA&hl=en&sa=X&ei=hpi4UvXyE83gsATxkoHwDQ&ved=0CEYQ6AEwBA#v=onepage&q=a_controlling_app%20documentum&f=false

http://johnnygee.wordpress.com/2007/11/19/controlling-application-dirty-little-secrets/