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AVEVA Integration Service Installation

AVEVA Integration Service Installation

Please follow all the instructions and read the information described at Sections 6 to install AVEVA Integration Service 1.2, they contain all the required information for new Users and existing Users. 2. License Activation The licensing of the AVEVA Integration Service product is managed by AVEVA’s ALS security system. To operate, AVEVA software must be able to access the correct ALS license file, which should be installed on either the Server, on the workstation, or on a networked workstation. ALS is a network license service which hands out floating licenses to clients, meaning that licenses are not tied to a certain workstation but can be used from any workstation where the software is installed, as long as the total number of licenses in use does not exceed the number of licenses purchased. The ALS guide is available on the AVEVA support site.
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Avtec Scout Integration for NICE Recording Installation Guide

Avtec Scout Integration for NICE Recording Installation Guide

The following settings can be changed in the AvtecScoutIntegrationService.exe.config file located in the Avtec Scout Integration Service installation folder. The default location for this file is the folder C:\Program Files (x86)\NICE Systems\AvtecScoutIntegrationService. NOTE: Changes to these settings will not take effect until the Avtec Scout Integration Service is restarted.

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SERVICE MANUAL/INTEGRATION

SERVICE MANUAL/INTEGRATION

When performing the refrigerant piping installation, care should be taken to ensure that water or dust does not enter the pipe interior, that no other oil other than lubricating oils used in the installed air conditioner is used, and that refrigerant does not leak. When using lubricating oils in the piping processing, use such lubricating oils whose water content has been removed. When stored, be sure to seal the container with an airtight cap or any other cover.

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Software Installation, Configuration, and Integration Guide

Software Installation, Configuration, and Integration Guide

MP 700 Series GPS modem with an account before it is ready for use. The SIM card and account information You require an account with a GSM service provider for each MP 700 Series GPS being deployed. For each account, you should also obtain a SIM card. The SIM contains account infor- mation used by the network to identify subscribers and provide access to the appropriate messages and services. The SIM must be inserted in the modem’s SIM slot (as described in the next section.)

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A COMPLETE GUIDE FOR THE INSTALLATION, CONFIGURATION, AND INTEGRATION OF

A COMPLETE GUIDE FOR THE INSTALLATION, CONFIGURATION, AND INTEGRATION OF

Session failover ensures that session data remains accessible to OpenSSO Enterprise servers and OpenSSO Enterprise Policy Agents. Service requests are routed to a failover server, the user's session continues uninterrupted, and no user data is lost. The OpenSSO Enterprise Session Service maintains authenticated session states and continues processing new client requests subsequent to the failure. In most cases, without session failover, after system failure and subsequent service recovery, the user would have to re-authenticate.

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AVEVA Integration Service UserGuide

AVEVA Integration Service UserGuide

K. Add Configuration: This is used to configure data sources in the service. User need to provide the values such as Products, Path, Bat file path, Xsl File path, module, project name, User name, Password, MDB type to configure the data source. L. Pending Sessions: Added rows would be displayed in service configuration UI as configured data-sources for selected product. Pending Sessions button displays the list of current pending sessions in MSMQ.

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The Integration Platform for the AVEVA Ecosystem. August 2020

The Integration Platform for the AVEVA Ecosystem. August 2020

“Moreton Bay Regional Council is excited to partner with Reekoh to deliver Smart City services to our region. Reekoh’s IoT integration platform offers a unique mix of flexibility, capability and extensibility and is delivered in a robust service offering helping to accelerate Council’s Smart City project development.”

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Managed WAN Installation Service Definition

Managed WAN Installation Service Definition

The purpose of this Service Definition is to provide a reference guide to the Managed WAN Installation services provided by SAS. By Managed WAN, SAS refer to the ‘wires only’, multisite Wide Area Network (such as an IP VPN or VPLS) and the routers on the end of the circuits at the customer premises managed by SAS. Solutions may also incorporate internet connectivity and layer 2 connectivity between sites to provide a broader Managed WAN solution

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GENERAL SPECIFICATION FIRE SERVICE INSTALLATION

GENERAL SPECIFICATION FIRE SERVICE INSTALLATION

B5.17 ROOM CONDITION The Contractor shall check and co-ordinate with relevant parties on the exhaust requirements for the room after the discharge of gas extinguishing agent and shall submit requirements on additional facilities if the exhaust provisions are not adequate to meet with the relevant safety standards or that recommended by the manufacturer. Where specified, the Contractor shall supply and install exhaust facilities and fans recommended by the manufacturer for removing the gas after discharge. Unless otherwise specified, the Contractor shall supply and install approved dampers, curtains or products having equivalent functions and performance to shut off all room openings/door louvers/air ducts as shown on the Drawings during the discharge of gas. The Contractor shall check and provide calculation for the rooms designed with gaseous extinguishing system on whether the design concentration can be maintained for the period required in the NFPA Standard. Where necessary, the Contractor shall conduct test such as door fan pressurization and depressurisation test to establish the data on room leakage rate. The Contractor shall allow carrying out on-site full discharge test after completion of the installation when required by FSD and in accordance with FSD’s requirements to confirm the design conditions can be met. The Contractor shall refill the gas cylinders after the discharge test.
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HEAT Service & Support Installation Guide

HEAT Service & Support Installation Guide

• /s Silent Mode The command HEAT.exe /s runs the installation in silent mode. The command HEAT.exe /s also suppresses the HEAT.exe initialization window for a Basic MSI installation program (HEAT installation utilizes InstallShield and MSI technology), but it does not read a response file. To run a Basic MSI product silently, run the command line HEAT.exe /s /v"/qn" (to specify the values of public properties for a silent Basic MSI installation, you can use a command such as HEAT.exe /s /v"/qn INSTALLDIR=D:\Destination").

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Service Oriented Architecture Integration

Service Oriented Architecture Integration

Many professionals in the field of integration, service oriented architecture as the next generation of EAI technologies is considered. Traditional EAI technologies for integration applications that have been developed separately, as well as work do. But it should be noted that based methods, specific solutions that EAI vendors to the organization and its platform vendors will depend. Today with Web services become pervasive, as appropriate technology transfer, service oriented architecture Web services as integration solutions based on standards have been discussed. So, you said that being platform-independent Web services, has caused them to use instead of conventional EAI technologies, is extremely attractive.
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Oracle Service Bus Installation Guide.pdf

Oracle Service Bus Installation Guide.pdf

2.6.2 Administration Server Password ...................................................................................... 2-5 3 Configuring Oracle Service Bus 3.1 Configuration Instructions ........................................................................................................ 3-1 3.1.1 Using Default Settings for Managed Servers................................................................... 3-2 3.1.2 Using Default Setting for Targeting Deployments and Services .................................. 3-2 3.1.3 Shutting Down Running Managed Servers When Extending a Domain.................... 3-2 3.1.4 Starting the Oracle Fusion Middleware Configuration Wizard ................................... 3-2 3.2 Creating a WebLogic Domain with Only Oracle Service Bus .............................................. 3-3 3.3 Creating a Single WebLogic Domain with Oracle Service Bus and Oracle SOA Suite .... 3-4 3.3.1 Installing the Latest Version of Oracle SOA Suite .......................................................... 3-5 3.3.2 Instructions for Creating the Domain............................................................................... 3-5 3.4 Extending an Oracle Service Bus WebLogic Domain to Support Oracle SOA Suite ........ 3-5 3.4.1 Installing the Latest Version of Oracle SOA Suite .......................................................... 3-6 3.4.2 Instructions for Extending the Domain ............................................................................ 3-6 3.5 Extending an Oracle SOA Suite WebLogic Domain to Support Oracle Service Bus ........ 3-6 3.5.1 Selecting the "Refresh Replica at Startup" Option .......................................................... 3-7 3.5.2 Configuring Your Domain ................................................................................................. 3-7 3.6 Starting the Servers ..................................................................................................................... 3-8 3.6.1 Starting the Administration Server ................................................................................... 3-8 3.6.2 Starting the Administration Server as a Windows Service............................................ 3-8 3.6.3 Starting the Managed Servers ............................................................................................ 3-8 3.6.4 Starting the Servers Using Non-Default Port Numbers and Remote Hosts ............... 3-9 3.6.5 Verifying That the Servers Have Started.......................................................................... 3-9 3.7 Verifying Your Oracle Service Bus Installation and Domain Configuration .................. 3-10 3.8 Start Menu Commands on Windows Operating Systems ................................................. 3-10 3.9 Getting Started with Oracle Service Bus After Installation and Configuration.............. 3-11
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Installation/Operation with Service Replacement Parts

Installation/Operation with Service Replacement Parts

Installation Codes Warranty Registration Warranty registration must be submitted to Champion within ten (10) days after installation either online on the Champion Industries website (http://www.championindustries.com/register) in the USA or http://www.championindustries.com/canada/register in Canada or by fax on the form provided at the front of this manual. If warranty registration is not returned to Champion within such period, the warranty will expire after one year from the date of shipment.

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AVEVA World Magazine 2012(1)(1)

AVEVA World Magazine 2012(1)(1)

the time a clash is caused by two disciplines using the same space, e.g. there is a structural reinforcement and a pipe going through it. ‘Sure, you want to solve this problem before it comes up in the yard,’ Mr te Pas says and refers to AVEVA Clash Manager. With the remark: ‘If you have an access route, for example, which is colliding with a region reserved for maintenance of a piece of equipment, that might be no problem. But if you do such checks on a weekly basis – and our projects typically last between 12 and 14 months – this clash pops up at least 50 times. With the Clash Manager the user can say: “I approved this clash,” and then he only gets new clashes, the non-critical ones are suppressed,’ says Mr te Pas, giving an insight into the daily work routine. And de Klerk adds: ‘This really saves us a lot of time.’ In total, there are three types of clash management tools in use:
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Service Integration for Biometric Authentication

Service Integration for Biometric Authentication

authentication mechanisms. Biometrics is gaining acceptance as a legitimate and reliable method owing to its inherent properties. Authentication systems relying on biometrics are being deployed in commercial and civilian applications. Unimodal biometric systems offer authentication on the basis of single biometric trait. Despite the wide deployment these systems exhibit a multitude of limitations; noise in sensed data, intra-class variations, distinctiveness, non-universality, spoof attacks, and unacceptable error rates. Some of these weaknesses can be overcome by multimodal biometric authentication systems. However, the deployment of scenario-specific multimodal systems remains a software engineering challenge owing to the associated substantial development and adaption costs. A number of standards, frameworks, and solutions have been introduced to resolve the software engineering challenge of having a balance between flexibility and abstraction through provisioning of common software interface. Although the proposed solutions do not minimize the associated development and integration costs, they provide us with ample ground to proceed with. We propose an approach which replaces the repeated scenario- specific development by one-time development effort and repeated configuration and deployment process. Our approach: Specification, Configuration, and Deployment (SCD) process starts off with specification of required biometric authentication system. This specification is used by the Configuration Tool for configuring the specified biometric modules. The Configuration Tool generates a configuration graph which is used by our developed Deployment Tool for setting up and initializing the configured modules for the required multimodal systems.
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Continuous Integration service at Fermilab

Continuous Integration service at Fermilab

This service offers an access to comprehensive testing from unit tests to physics validation through regression test on multiple platforms/compiler/optimization that are supported by code developers. This CI system is based on the open source Jenkins toolkit [1] and it offers a powerful tool for testing complex software. It has a dedicated database and a web based dashboard to monitor the status of the code.

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LAN Extension & Service Integration

LAN Extension & Service Integration

Five steps are required to establish a communications link between the two Model 1058 VDSL Modems (Central Office and Customer Premise) and the respective network devices. 4) Plug the 1[r]

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HVAC Service crm. Installation Guide. Installation Guide. an Introduction to Organizer Installation options. spinso.com/organizer

HVAC Service crm. Installation Guide. Installation Guide. an Introduction to Organizer Installation options. spinso.com/organizer

Operating system Windows Xp or later (Windows 7 recommended) Dot net 2.0 free runtime from Microsoft available on our website. Crystal report free runtime for reports available on our[r]

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Continuous Integration of service applications

Continuous Integration of service applications

the FMEA data base of the changed source code modules  Mounting of test constructions within the test framework,. performance and evaluation of relevant system tests[r]

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AVEVA E3D 2.1 Volume Modelling -Chapter 8

AVEVA E3D 2.1 Volume Modelling -Chapter 8

8 8 Volume Modelling Volume Modelling Volume Models are similar to EQUI elements. They may be used for modelling any item in AVEVA E3D that Volume Models are similar to EQUI elements. They may be used for modelling any item in AVEVA E3D that will be constructed from primitives but is not required to be displayed in the Model Explorer as an EQUI will be constructed from primitives but is not required to be displayed in the Model Explorer as an EQUI element.

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