நாம் இருக்கும்போதே நாம் இல்லாவிட்டால் என்ன செய்யவேண்டுமோ அதை செய்துவிட்டால் நாம் இல்லாதபோதும் (இறந்தபிறகும்) இருப்பதாகவே உணரும் உலகம் – உதாரணம் – ஏசு, கிருஷ்ணர், முஹம்மது நபி, புத்தர், காந்தி மற்றும் பலர். – Senthil Murugan
We have introduced, new advertisement option on Fresa Web application and the same is published on fresa technologies website.
Thanks to GS, who has given the opportunity to meet the young leaders on my school.
Devi Matriculation Higher Secondary School, Mannargudi, and Government Girls Higher Secondary School, Nannilam, won the Tiruvarur district-level interschool computer quiz competition for English and Tamil medium students respectively held here recently.
The quiz contest was organised by Mannargudi chapter of Tamil Nadu Science Forum (TNSF) in association with Rotary Club of Mannargudi and Cambridge Computer Centre.
Teams from about 25 higher secondary schools in Tiruvarur district participated in the event and were tested on their knowledge and understanding of computers and software.
Separate quiz programmes were conducted for Tamil and English medium students to ensure the competition was fair.
The competition comprised written test in both categories, after which five teams were selected for finals. Mostly based on their syllabus, questions dealt with topics such as current trends in IT, computer fundamentals and software such as C, CH, HTML, LINUX and star office. S. Subbiah, associate professor, Trichy Engineering College, was quiz master.
Devi Matriculation HSS team comprising T. S. Sairam, A. Akash and S. R. Senthilkumar won the competition in the English section. Bharathidasan Matriculation HSS, Mannargudi represented by Sivaprakash and S. Muralidharan finished runner up and the third prize went to Rahmath Girls Higher Secondary School, Muthupettai comprising D. Mahalakshmi, R. Monica and S. Priyanga.
Government Girls HSS, Nannilam team of D. Lailaa Banu, J. Meena and S. Vinodha emerged winners in the quiz for Tamil students. Government HSS, Ammaiyappan team of S. Divya, R. Deepika and S. Subalakshmi finished runner up and Government Girls HSS, Mannargudi represented by Keerthana, S. Jeyasakthi and R. Pavithira finished third.
Senthil, chief information officer, Transworld Company, Chennai, gave away the prizes at the valediction. N. Rajappa, secretary of the Mannargudi chapter of the TNSF, R. Sathiamoorthy, president of the Rotary Club of Mannargudi and G. Swaminathan, principal, Cambridge Computer Centre, offered felicitations.
Champions:Students of Devi Matriculation school, Manargudi, with the overall winner shield.
The below information is very useful while you are adding master detail in apex page.
How to focus the cursor to the first input field of a newly added row using the ADD button in a standard APEX Tabular Form. Actually, I would expect APEX to do this automatically. But it doesn’t. To implement this behavior is actually really simple.
For this example I create a simple tabular form based on the demo_customers table:
This is what the form looks like when you click the “Add Row” button. As you can see, none of the input field has focus at this time. To focus the cursor on the first field of the new row (Cust First Name), I somehow have to change the behavior of the “Add Row” button. Let’s have a look at it’s definition:
Creating the Dynamic Action and the first True Action I will do with the Create Dynamic Action Wizard for the button:
Now I have implemented the original behavior.
Next I want to focus the cursor on the first text-field of the added row, once I click the button. I know there is a build-in Dynamic Action to set the focus on an element. I just need to know which element. Let’s have a look at the HTML code of the generated APEX page, especially the the text-field element we wish to target (I used the Chrome Developer Tool here):
As you can see, the name of this element is f02 and the id f02_0008. Because the ID can change depending on the number of rows displayed, I choose to work with the name attribute, which stays the same. The problem is, all “Cust First Name” fields do have the same name. Luckily jQuery offers a way to select the last element in an array of element with the same name and luckily, APEX Dynamic Actions support jQuery selector syntax. So here is, how I define the focus action for my “Add Row” button:
As you can see, I select all elements having the name attribute equal to f02 and :last allows me to select the last element of these. Here is a screenshot from the result (after clicking the “Add Row” button) with focus on the first text element of the last, newly added row:
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Thanks to Javed Anwer and Time of India
You sought advice from those who know, went to the store, browsed through the festive bargains and finally bought that new computer. Congratulations! But before you start using that spanking piece of hardware, you’ll need to get your system upto-date. Yes, even new PCs need an overhauling.
Get rid of junk:
When you switch on your new computer, you are likely to find junk software preinstalled by the vendor. These could be trial versions of antivirus software, browser toolbars, desktop shortcuts to websites, programs that promise free downloads, etc – and are likely to slow down your computer, especially if they are configured to load at boot-up.
The best way to deal with such junk is to uninstall it. Now, if you’re not comfortable with what to uninstall and what needs to be kept, ask a techie friend to help. Alternatively, you could usePC Decrapifier – a free program that cleans junk software from PCs. Just install this program, run it and follow the instructions. Download from www.pcdecrapifier.com/download
Get a proper antivirus:
Unless you have paid for your antivirus software, what comes preinstalled on a PC is a limited-period trial version. In which case, uninstalling it was the right thing to do. But the fact remains that you do need antivirus software.
We suggest you download the free Microsoft Security Essentials (MSE) suite for Windows. For whatever reason, if this doesn’t work on your PC, you could try either Avira or AVG. Both these antivirus are free for home use. Download MSE from windows.microsoft.com/mse Download Avira from http://www.avira.com/en/avira-free-antivirus Download AVG from http://www.avg.com/in-en /homepage
Use just one antivirus on your PC. Never run multiple antivirus programs as this could cause operational conflicts.
Partition your drive:
If your computer has only one hard drive (C drive), it is advisable to split it and create a new partition. The new drive can keep your data safe in case something goes wrong with Windows 7. To partition a hard drive, open Control Panel from the Start Menu. In the Control Panel, click on ‘System and Security’ . In the window that opens, look for ‘Administrative Tools’ . In this category, click the option titled ‘Create and Format Partitions’ to open the Disk Management utility.
In Disk Management, right-click the C Drive and select ‘Shrink Volume’ . When prompted, allocate around 100GB space and click OK. This 100GB will be used as the system drive. Once the volume is shrunk, you will have lots of ‘Unallocated Space’ . Right-click on it and select ‘Create New Partition’ . Once the partition has been created, give the drive a letter, such as D. Voila, you have two drives!
Having the latest drivers means that your hardware is running at its optimum settings. Your new PC might be preloaded with older drivers, but you can update them easily. Download the program Device Doctor, install it and click on Scan.
Device Doctor will tell you how many drivers in your computer are outdated. The free version doesn’t allow you to download the new drivers automatically. But armed with the information provided by the program, you can always visit the official website of the hardware maker, download the latest driver and install it by just double-clicking the file.
Download from devicedoctor.com
Clean your Startup:
Tuning up startup services improves the boot time of your PC, as well as its performance. Click the Start button and in the search bar, type msconfig. Go to the Startup tab. Disable any service here that you don’t use or need on a daily basis. However, if you have a doubt about an item or don’t know what it is, leave it running.
For example, you might use iTunes but don’t run it everyday. You can disable it. It won’t run in the background and slow down your computer. When you need it (for example, when you plug in your iPod), you will have to double-click its icon to run it.
Setup Windows Update:
By default, Windows Update is set to download and install updates automatically. But if you want more control on the stuff that Windows installs, go to the Control Panel and select ‘icon view’ by using ‘View’ option on the top right. Click on Windows Update and, from the panel on the left, select ‘Change settings’ . Change the setting to ‘Check for updates but let me choose whether to download and install them’ .
Create a Recovery disk:
It is possible that your computer hasn’t come with a recovery disk. But don’t worry. If the system has Windows 7 installed, you can create a recovery disk yourself. All you need is a blank DVD disk. Pop it into your DVD writer, click on the Start button, go to Programs and select Maintenance. From the options, choose ‘System Repair Disk’ and follow the on-screen instructions.
A FEW FREE THINGS TO INSTALL
- Chrome and Firefox: For a better web browsing experience. http://www.google.com/chrome www.getfirefox.net
- JAVA Runtime, Flash: Essential plug-ins for some websites. http://www.java.com/en/download/index.jsp get.adobe.com/flashplayer
- FoxIT Reader: A fast and lightweight PDF reader. http://www.foxitsoftware.com/Secure_PDF_ Reader
- Picasa: Manages your photo collection, and packs basic image editing. picasa.google.com
- KMPlayer: Extensive support for video codecs and has a pleasing interface. www.kmpmedia.net
- 7ZIP: Takes care of all your archiving needs, including ZIP and RAR. http://www.7-zip .org
- CCleaner: Keeps your PC clean and in top shape. www.piriform.com/ccleaner
- Skype: For all your video calling needs. www.skype.com
- InfraRecorder: Powerful but simple CD/DVD burning tool. infrarecorder .org