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I'm trying to connect to Oracle from AS/400 via OJDBC, but the connection is taking 30 seconds. The same is for connection to SQL Server. To connect MySQL is okay, it is simultaneously.
We have an Oracle 11 database with CR/LF in one of the table. We run query from two clients: AIX 5.3 with Oracle 9, we got the CR/LF. Second client - AIX 7.2 with Oracle 11, same query, the CR is deleted and we receive only LF.
My ISP recently turned to DSLite, as IPv4 addresses run out. Now, PCOIP still works, but we have a few Linux VMware desktops only supporting VMware blast - which are no more reachable now from remote, with VMware view. So what are the differences regarding ports and data flow?
I have a file that is ccsid 935 containing some records with Chinese characters. I need to convert that file to its upgraded version that is ccsid 13488. (These are vendor files, therefore I have no control over their definitions.) It is possible to simply copy the older file into the upgraded...
I have a JSON file that I want to view in Google Chrome. But when I try, it keeps asking to save the file instead. Do I need a add-on for this?
I'm using the Firefox Web Developer and I just figured out how to clear all of the cache. But would there be a keyboard shortcut for this? Just so I can cut down on time. Thanks
Hello everyone, Would I be able to modify/change HTTP response headers for Firefox extensions? Is there an add-on to do this? Thanks so much.
For a Firefox extension, is there a way for me to find out which operating system Firefox is running on? Is there possibly a script for this?
Hi everyone, Would I be able to automate Firefox on Linux? Is there an extension to do this? Can someone point me in the right direction? Thank you.
Is there an API out there which would allow me to access Firefox information from my program? Basically - I'm looking to read the URL of an opened web site in the active tab. Do I have to write an extension for this?
For my PDF file, I have to remove the last page (not much info on it). Can I use PDFTK to do this? If so, what's the process? Thanks a bunch.
Hi, Would I be able to modify / view all the data in my local storage for Firefox? I would also need to delete the data too sometimes. Can I use Firebug? Thanks.
Hi experts, Does someone happen to know how to get the URL from an instance (that's currently running) of Firefox using .NET? Thanks so much.
Hi everyone, I'm using Internet Explorer and I need to know if there's a console logger for it? I need to log several tests but can't figure it out using IE. Where is it located? Thank you.
I have several web pages that need testing, specifically in several versions of Internet Explorer. Here's the thing - my main machine is a Mac. Can I do testing on it?
I'm running Internet Explorer on my Windows 8.1 Surface tablet but whenever I'm in document mode, it keeps reverting back to an older version of IE. I looked at Developer Tools and it says that it's because of Intranet compatibility settings. I already tried to reset it but that didn't work. Can...
I work exclusively with Google Chrome and Internet Explorer. Now Chrome allows me to disable same origin policy. That way, I'm able to test cross origin requests. Can I do this in IE?
My apologizes for the brief question but would anyone happen to know if Internet Explorer 9 would support a HTML5 API file? I can't seem to find anything on it.