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The data warehouse combines information from several Online Transactional Processing (OLTP) systems and archive data into a single decision support system. It can be either relational or non relational data source (both structured and unstructured data). In order to keep the data in synch with the operational system it’s very essential to capture the data source for each column in the data warehouse and information of when and how the data is updated.
CA ControlMinder Enterprise Management provides reporting capabilities through a CA Business Intelligence Common Reporting server (CA ControlMinder Reports Portal). Enterprise reporting lets you view the security status of each endpoint (users, groups, and resources) from a central location. CA ControlMinder reports describe the rules and policies on each endpoint that determine who can do what, and any policy deviations. Once configured, CA ControlMinder enterprise reporting works independently to collect data from each endpoint and to store the information in the central server on a
The contents of the report should include - complete table create scripts, removal scripts, test data insert scripts, triggers for automated processes and information/ URLs, screen shots of any tools used. Students have used different developmental tools like SQL developer, Tool for Oracle Application Development (TOAD), Computer Associate‟s (CA) Erwin (a datamodeler product) in solving their course work problems. From the above it can be seen that the stages of work, level of challenge, amount of efforts spent in each course work are more or less same. Also, students have ample opportunities to acquaint themselves with standard software tools and technologies and build their information technology skills. From the above, it can be seen that though the course work problems are different from each other, their solutions have common pattern and stages.
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When generating report data in XML, the element name is the same as that defined in the <Name> element. There may be cases when you require a different name for the element name. In such cases, use the <Alias>Alias_Name< /Alias> tag to set the name of the element as that defined in the Alias in the output XML. Use this name when you refer to the element in the schema and not the name defined within the <Name> element.
Bipin Bihari Jayasingh  initiates a sample study that is taken for a particular institution, in the particular environment, for the particular batch and particular set of students. The sample data are collected from a classroom by distributing the questionnaire attempted by two different batches of student having questions pertaining to Inquiry based and deductive learning. The system is developed and tested twice after teaching the content using inductive method and implemented using attribute relevance, discriminant rules of class discrimination mining. The results are visualized through bar charts and shows that the two batches of learners of different years have different learning characteristics.
When you contact CA Support, they will ask you to provide information about any changes to the environment to help them diagnose the cause of the problem. For example, host and user name changes and changes to the operating system may affect CA Access Control. CA Support may also ask you to use the CA Access Control Support utility to provide additional diagnostic information.
In the antivirus scenario, the input parameters can be set to zero (free of cost to end user), the take rate can be set at the customer’s discretion, and the percent of devices affected as well as cost per subscriber of an outbreak can also be chosen. The overall rOI of a free antivirus service can be positive, even if the carrier is paying Juniper for licensing cost, provided the carrier saves enough money associated with costs of clearing virus outbreaks. The data that you see entered in this model is based on industry-wide estimates but is completely adoptable to each carrier’s local market.
Many IT organizations are challenged with the task of monitoring several thousands of resources, or with monitoring resources that are separated by geographic distances or other business-related barriers. In these large-scale and wide-area environments, one management system may not be enough to monitor all the resources. It could be difficult or impossible to poll all of the resources and collect data within the specified polling interval. Delay problems can result from long distance links; slow, intermittent or dial-up links; large numbers of elements (10,000 or more); or security barriers such as firewalls. For companies such as internet service providers (ISPs), groups of resources may be dedicated to specific customers, and thus require security
CA server is the core of the whole CA system, its main functions include the development of the certificate issued strategy, initialization of CA, acceptting requests of application, revocation and update of the certificate from RA, to issue, update or revoke the certificate for the users, to announce the certificates list and CRL, to generate key pairs, to update or recovery the keys, as well as issue the cross-certificate.
This paper was the result of a collaborative effort with several partners, includ- ing the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) Presi- dent’s Malaria Initiative, Centre de Recherche en Sante de Nouna, National Malaria Control Programme, Ghana, University of Ghana, School of Public Health, University of Ouagadougou School of Medicine, Centre de Recherche International en Santé, and MEASURE Evaluation. The authors would like to thank all the institutions, facilitators, and support staff who contributed to the curriculum design and workshop implementation. The authors also thank Beth Robinson for editing the manuscript and Clara Burgert for providing Figure 2. The team is also grateful to all the people who reviewed and gave comments on the initial draft.
Note: When using the ARCserve D2D View. if you attempt to browse to or locate a recovery point and all recovery points are not displayed, it may be because your backup destinations were split between your local machine and a remote share machine. For the ARCserve D2D View to display all recovery points, the backup locations (for full and corresponding incremental backups) should all be at the same location (either local or remote). If this occurs, it is a limitation only when using the ARCserve D2D View. To remedy this problem, you can use the CA ARCserve D2D restore UI instead to properly display all recovery points, regardless of being at the same or different locations.
CA-2500/CA-2000 applies roughly 2 types of calibration methods to calculate the calibration coefficient. One is monotint calibration and the other RGB matrix one. You can use monotint calibration to perform the user calibration relatively easily, because the calibration coefficient will be generated only by entering values of luminance and chroma for one color (ex. white) before/after calibration. RGB matrix calibration is used to calculate the calibration coefficient by entering values of luminance and chroma for two or more colors (ex. RGB or RGBW) before/after calibration. This method has an advantage to obtain the high calibration result in the wide rage of chroma.
As shown in Figure 1, the traditional method of achieving high availability is to manually implement a cluster composed of two nodes—an active node and a passive backup node. If the active node fails, the network connections and operations move to the passive node. This implementation requires the administrator to keep the configuration of the active and passive nodes in sync. Although traditional active-passive configurations provide some degree of high availability, this method does not provide scaling for bandwidth or performance. Because the traditional method requires that the hardware and software versions for the nodes be the same, any sort of maintenance or software upgrade requires planned downtime.