Author: David Dietrich

  • MongoDB User and Role Management

    A big feature of a database is user and role management. MongoDB user and role management is no different. In this article we are going to go over managing users for any number of databases in your MongoDB instance. Creating the MongoDB admin user First, you need to create a user. Although MongoDB user management […]

  • MongoDB replace substring in field

    Many times you will find yourself needing to do a MongoDB replace in a text field of a MongoDB collection. This can be a frustrating exercise as the syntax is not so straightforward. There are generally two conditions that you will likely need to replace the data in a field –> Where you just want […]

  • OC Restaurants & Catering

    Venue Address Phone # Agora Churrascaria 1830 Main StIrvine, CA 92614 (949) 222-9910 Andrei’s 2607 Main StreetIrvine, CA 92614 (949) 387-8887 AnQi 3333 South Bristol StreetCosta Mesa, CA 92626 (714) 557-5679 Baja Fresh 2540 Main StreetIrvine, CA 92614 (949) 261-2214 Bandera 3201 E Coast HwyCorona Del Mar, CA 92625-2331 (949) 673-3524 Bayside Restaurant 900 Bayside […]

  • Adding a Clustered SQL Server Disk for Windows 2008 in VMware

    If you are running a clustered SQL Server instance on VMware, there are times when the drive will not mount into SQL Server. The clustered disk seems to be unknown to the clustered engine in Windows 2008. This is the typical error message (keep in mind your disk GUID and directories will be different) –> […]

  • Upgrading to Reporting Services 2008 in Visual Studio 2010

    Upgrading to SQL Server Reporting Services 2008 requires a few changes in your Visual Studio 2010 projects. First you need to remove your old Reference to Microsoft Reporting.WebForms (Version Then add the Reference to the Microsoft.Reporting.WebForms for Version Right mouse-click on your project Reference like this –> If you use any embedded reports […]

  • Linux Remote Desktop Display

    One very annoying thing about Linux’s Remote Desktop (rdesktop) command is that you rarely can get a good screen size when remotely connecting to a Windows machine. It’s either too long and you have to always scroll, or worse yet, you are looking at an 800×600 view of your remote desktop. Fortunately, the Linux crew […]

  • Using Verifone RiTA software with IBM WAS

    If you are running the RiTA software by Verifone, you may encounter a number of issues configuring the software to work in an IBM WebSphere environment. There are two issues you want to avoid: Not being able to find the tid.jcc file Not having the .jar files in the correct location First, the tid.jcc needs […]

  • Jasper Server could not insert error

    In Jasper Server, you may encounter the following error: org.hibernate.exception.GenericJDBCException: could not insert: [com.jaspersoft lipitor 10mg.jasperserver.api.metadata.common.service.impl.hibernate.persistent.ContentRepoFileResource] This can be caused by having too many automated reports stored in your Content Files directory. Especially if there are number of large .xls (or any type of file). Just be sure to keep this directory to less than 50 […]

  • Setting up a classless DNS with Bind9 on Ubuntu and Red Hat Linux flavors

    Setting up a classless DNS is critical if you are setting up a mail server on your classless set of IPs. For instance, when my mail users send e-mails to Comcast, Cox, or Time-Warner, my mail is rejected with the following message between the stars: ******************** Subject: Undelivered Mail Returned to Sender This is the […]

  • Remount /etc/fstab without rebooting

    Many times it would be nice to make changes to your /etc/fstab file. The problem is that you must reboot. No longer. Run the following command to remount your /etc/fstab file without rebooting –> >mount -a Everything should now be remounted and you can fix any errors that may have occurred with your new /etc/fstab […]

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