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AMD-00100: not found: string "string"

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AMD-00101: cannot create string "string"; metadata entity already exists

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AMD-00102: invalid metadata entity: string "string"

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AMD-00103: %s "string" does not have a string

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AMD-00104: Level "string" cannot be added to the hierarchy; parent and child parameters represent the same level

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AMD-00105: Level "string" cannot be added to the hierarchy; the specified parent level "string" is already the parent of "string"

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AMD-00106: parent string "string" must be removed before child string "string" can be removed

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AMD-00107: no root level in hierarchy: "string"

1 1898

AMD-00108: Dimension "string" is improperly mapped; the dimension has string hierarchies mapped, but hierarchy level "string" has string columns mapped

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AMD-00109: Parent metadata entity has too many child entities. string "string" has more than string string

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AMD-00110: parameter string of "string" not valid

1 2099

AMD-00111: PROCEDURE string, invalid directory: "string"

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AMD-00112: PROCEDURE string, invalid mode

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AMD-00113: PROCEDURE string, invalid operation

1 1884

AMD-00114: PROCEDURE string, internal error

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a pleasant evening. i would like to ask a question about yellow journalism. This is another term for sensationalism right? i just wanted to know a lot of articles or studies with regards to the effect this yellow journalism could effect the interpretation of the students,especially college students who are taking Communication course. please help me answer this.


how to overload main method in java?


ORA-26027: unique index string.string partition string initially in unusable state


write a database figure to implement the master detained relationship.


Process of resolving a specific problem Problem helps to enhance your ability to live life happily. Yes, it looks stupid when somebody say something like this. But it is true. If you say, “how?” I explain how. When there is a problem in ones life, he tries to solve it. Once he solves the problem the satisfaction of solving the problem which he feels has no words. You can see it in his eyes, on his face, in his footsteps, and not the least all around where he is. So tell me, it works? So never give up in your life. Live the life with problem, because life’s other name is problem. No one on the earth saying he or she has no problem. One who does not say that I have problem but try hard to solve the problem is the person who live life happily. There are two system of solving the particular problems. One is: solve intuitively. Two is: solve systematically. From my point of view, solving the problem systematically is much easier, more balanced and logical. To solve the problem systematically there are some instruction like relaxing head for some time, think on problem and the solution. One must not mix two things together in such a way that you can not differentiate them. If essential, there should be different solutions for different problems. In solve problem systematically, one come across five types of questions or we can view it as steps to solve the problem. They are: 1 What are the sources of problem is means “establish the goal”: “To live is to have problems and to solve problems is to grow intellectually.” (J. P. Guilford) No problem exists in the absence of an objective. We need to know exactly what and where we want to arrive at in order for us to properly determine our track and direction. Knowing our direction is an important aspect in problem solving, as what Diana Ross said, “Do you know where you’re going to?” 2 What the problem is exactly means “identify and define the problem”: “Microsoft is company that manages imagination” (Bill Gates). It is definitely related to imagination i.e. asking ourselves what is the problem and to seek to understand more why we think there is the problem is recognized what caused it in order for us to get an objective. 3 What are the solutions of problem means “set your priorities”: “The best way to get a good idea is to get a lot of ideas” (Linus Pauling) Bifurcation between which solutions are “must” and which are “want” is difficult task. The solution which must be taken to solve the problem is listed out. Therefore it is said that “the only joy in the world is to begin.” (Cesare Pavese). 4. Which solution is best among all means “brainstorm for solution”: “That human mind is like a parachute – it functions better when it is open.” (Cole’s Rules) As per this narration, I can say that brainstorm for the solution to the problem is must. When you ask for the opinion of other, you can decide upon what to do and don’t. 5. What action to be taken to solve the problem means “plan your course of action”: “It is not enough to just do your best or work hard. You must know what to work on” (W. Edwards Deming). Plan your course of action with regard to the resources needed to implement the solution. In Living a Life That Matters, Harold S. Kushner (the Massachusetts rabbi whose best selling books include When Bad Things Happen to Good People) suggests that the most successful lives are the ones that most effectively manage and resolve that problem. In a nutshell, to solve the particular problem, Rene Descartes says that “It is not enough to have a good mind; the main thing is to use it well.” FIND OUT GRAMMATICAL ERROR?


2. A student studying Information Technology at Polytechnic of Namibia is examined by coursework and written examination. Both components of assessment carry a maximum of 50 marks. The following rules are used by examiners in order to pass or fail students. a. A student must score a total of 40% or more in order to pass (total = coursework marks + examination marks) b. A total mark of 39% is moderated to 40% c. Each component must be passed with a minimum mark of 20/50. If a student scores a total of 40% or more but does not achieve the minimum mark in either component he/she is given a technical fail of 39% (this mark is not moderated to 40%) d. Grades are awarded on marks that fall into the following categories. Mark 100-70 69-60 59-50 49-40 39-0 Grade A B C D E Write a program to input the marks for both components (coursework marks out of 50 and examination marks out of 50), out put the final mark and grade after any moderation. [30]


dear sir I want singal maintainer(iii& ii) solved question paper in every year in every board in rrb. If you collect these and sent these my mail-id i shall very grateful to you. thanking you your's faithfully soma saha


Hi, I am trying to encode data from flatfile and then to decode the encoded data to original form. Procedures that I followed:- 1. Encoded the field 'A_ID' using AES_ENCRYPT(A_ID,'abd') in the expression transformation. The A_ID got encoded in the output table(oracle) 2. To decode this back I used AES_DECRYPT(A_ID,'abd'). But after executing the workflow, I am not getting any data in output. can anybody tell me how to decrypt the encoded data back to original form ??


Hi guys, I have four tables those are emp,dept,eliminate and uneliminate. i wrote small cursor..when i run, it display one error (ORA-01403 nodata found)... The query is: Declare cursor c1 is select e.ename emp_name from emp e,dept d where e.deptno=d.deptno group by deptno; r1 c1%rowtype; test_emp varchar2(200); begin for r1 in c1 loop begin select eliminate_emp into test_emp from eliminate t,uneliminate ut where t.number=ut.number and t.deptno=e.deptno and rownum<1; end; dbms_output.put_line(r1.emp_name); end loop; end; Thanks...


How to develop a program using C language to convert 8-bit binary values to decimals. TQ


How to solve -805 error i.e. Bind issue. There are two conditions- 1) If you have access to the database table 2) If you don't have access to the table


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when i open the system error dialog box come memory could not be read some.


wut is pre law


What is the major use of Servelet