To retrieve a list of Built in Functions in Python, type: dir(__builtins__)
You will get the following list
To understand what each function does, you can type help(fuction_name) to get more details on that function. Example: help(NameError)
Below are steps that you can take to import data from IBMs DB2 database into SQL Server. I’m using SQL Server 2012 Express edition.
Figuring this out has been one of the more frustrating tasks for me, so I hope this helps others like me.
Step 1.) Download and install DB2 Data Server Runtime Client (9.7 Fix Pack 4). Found in IBMs download page.
Step 2.) Extract the contents of your download to Program Files / IBM
Step 3.) Open your command prompt (as Administrator). Navigate to the “bin” folder under that folder you just copied into your directory.
Type db2oreg1 -i then type db2oreg1 -setup
Step 4.) Open up SQL Server Management Studio. Right click on the database that you want to import DB2 data into
Step 5.) Select the proper driver for DB2
Step 6.) Set the connection properties to your DB2 database
Step 7 .) Proceed with the wizard (Write a query to extract data or copy a table). I chose to write a query.
Step 8.) Preview mapping of query or table copy
Step 9). Success!
If you experience any problems and would like some help, please be as specific as possible with regards to the steps you took to get where you are.
If you are creating a BIRT report and you encounter the following error (org.apache.xml.serializer.ToXMLSAXHandler incompatible with org.apache.xml.serializer.SerializationHandler) in relation to a chart in your BIRT report, simply select the ouput format of your Chart to be PNG in BIRT (as opposed to SVG or any other image type that is causing rendering problems.
If you have installed the IIS component in Windows. Your next step is to type either http://localhost or 127.0.0.1 in your web browser. Then you receive the following prompt:
All sorts of failed password attempts bring you to this page. Your user account does not work and your administrator account privileges don’t work either.
So you will need to go to Tools > Internet Options in your Internet Explorer
Then click on the Security tab. Click/Highlight “Local intranet”. Then click on the button that says “Sites”
The following text box will appear. Check all three text boxes
Close your web browser. Re-type http://localhost or 127.0.0.1. Two (or one) IE window will confirm that you have Internet Information Server running.
Recently I got a Galaxy S3. I thought it would try to print from it. Luckily an app was available for my Epson wireless printer. No wires necessary. All I needed was to ensure that both my printer and phone are on the network.
Below are some screenshots.
Once your printer is selected, you get a nifty snapshot of the ink levels.
Next you go to the initial screen.
This app has a built in browser and that is how u print off the web.
With your menu button you will ‘ve able to control the color settings, orientation and other things.
The app is intuitive and easy to use. So far I have not had any problems.
If you are receiving the errors below during your installation of Aleph One (I’m trying to get this on my machine so I can try out Marathon),
checking boost/bind.hpp usability... no checking boost/bind.hpp presence... no checking for boost/bind.hpp... no configure: error: You need boost/bind.hpp from the boost library to run Aleph One
then you can install the dependencies you need by typing:
sudo apt-get install libboost-thread-dev