How did I changed ProjectDocs

This is my first post as part of "Experience" series. In these posts I'll discuss on my previous projects about why I worked on it, how I made them, what mistakes I made and my learning while working on them. Hope you will enjoy these boring stuff. "ProjectDocs" is my first application that i worked …

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ORACLE: View compiled with errors

Many times when ever we try to create the views under Oracle, often end up with messages like "View created with warnings" or " View compiled with errors". But SQL Developer does not reveal the error. In such cases to know the error actually generated fire the following query in SQL Developed or SQL Plus …

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Power Shell: Remote session

This is a very common activity for any system administrator to remotely connect a computer and perform the administrative tasks. PowerShell offers an excellent opportunity to do exactly the same. To remotely connect to any computer use the below command in the PowerShell Here XXXX is the computer name or IP of the remote computer …

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Powershell: How to manage Hyper-V VMs in Windows 10

I am using Windows 10 since it’s first release. So far I am happy with it and had no issues. With it comes Hyper-V to deploy VMs. I normally do not install 3rd party tools until its absolutely necessary. Therefore I started using Hyper-V to run my DB server as well as Linux servers. To …

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ConEMU, A better way for console management in Windows

For server administrators and deep dive developers console is a vital helper. Some times it is very hard to maintain more than two consoles on the screens. Since they consume a good amount of real-estate on the desktop, it is very hard when you want to run background scripts or self-host WCF applications. The good …

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PowerShell, Working with MS Access Database

This is my second post on PowerShell, continuing my earlier post. The more I am working with PS, more i am getting the interest. For an administrator and geeky programmer the possibilities are endless. Today my aim is to connect to MS Access, read the table and create another table with unique records. Initially i …

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