I need to parse this JSON data to readable string. before parse “2005u5e7405u670812u65e5(u6728) 02u664216u5206″ after parse “2005年05月12日(木) 02時16分” Anybody know the Linux command for this ?
Answer Question | November 20, 2012 12:04 PM
Linux, Linux Commands
I have two files x and y containing two fields emp number and emp name in each file. I want to bring out the mismatching entries and missing entries into a file. File x has the correct emp number and emp name. y has correct emp number but name is not correct or blank or [...]
Answer Question | October 1, 2012 4:22 PM
Awk, Linux, Linux Commands
im a beginner with linux. i have just started using ubuntu 8.10.how can i learn more about using the command line and it’s commands????????
Answer Question | April 1, 2009 7:25 AM
Linux command line, Linux Commands, Ubuntu 8.10, Ubuntu Linux
By mistake I deleted my SA account. Now I am unable to access the isql I had done. I know that if you have lost the ‘SA’ password, then you can regenerate another one. I followed the steps outlined in the SearchEnterpriseLinux ATE answer on the topic of regenerating an SA password. But nothing happened [...]
Answer Question | August 30, 2009 10:10 PM
Linux, Linux Commands, SA password, Sysbase
when do I use INIT NOINIT when backing up transaction logs?
Answer Question | October 22, 2008 2:58 PM
Backup, INIT, Linux Commands, NOINIT