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Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Tomcat SERVER Problem :

WAR File Restriction in Tomcat:

This is the Information to the J2EE DEVELOPER which i come across while using tomcat server for my Web application Project.

2 GB files cannot deploy in Tomcat Server.

Sunday, May 16, 2010

2010 T20 World Cup

England Claims 2010 T20 World Cup Title:

Bridgetown: South Africa born batsmen Craig Kieswetter and Kevin Pietersen starred as England won their first major title in a seven-wicket victory over Australia in Sunday's ICC World Twenty20 final.

Tuesday, March 16, 2010

How to Increase the Heap Size in Your Netbeans or Servers


Here is the solution for your heap size trouble, here i have post this solution because i have facing this trouble for a while am doing project in netbeans,so i made decision to post this solution in my blog.

You can set JVM parameters when you start Tomcat from NetBeans as follows:
1. Open the Services window and expand Servers
2. Right-click the Tomcat server and select Properties to open the Servers
2. Click the Platform tab and set the VM options

You can set the JVM parameters when you start Tomcat outside NetBeans as
1. Go the the Tomcat installation folder's bin directory and edit
2. Add the following line (replacing 256 with whatever value you want)
set JAVA_OPTS= -Xms256M -Xmx512M
call "%EXECUTABLE%" start %CMD_LINE_ARGS% 

For Further Clarification just refer this website

Click here to redirect to solution page...

Saturday, January 2, 2010

Turn On MicroPhone in Your XP ..

In this post, we are going to tell you the basic things to take care when connecting a microphone to the computer and using it correctly.
Seems simple to use a microphone with computer, but believe me, if it starts bugging, its a big problem. One of our readers submitted a problem:
When I Started Microphone, volume is too low.
Microphone is not working on my computer, same microphone works fine on other computer.
We have covered microphone related problems with Windows Vista in this article, but now lets look at it from a generic way. So we will cover three things here:
  1. Connecting Microphone to the correct port
  2. Recording Device / Microphone Settings / Sound Settings
  3. Controlling the volume of microphone

Connect Microphone to Correct port

First of all, it is very important to connect microphone to the correct port on the computer. Some Computers have front and back panels to connect microphones, some have only back panels. All of them have a pink colored port for microphones which is a convention. Make sure you plug in the microphone in this pink port only. For laptops, you will see a small symbol on the port which distinguishes microphone port from speaker port, as seen in image below.
Desktop Front Panel Ports
Desktop Rear-Panel Ports
Laptop Speaker Microphone ports

Microphone Settings

After you have connected it correctly to the computer, make sure that your computer has correct audio drivers installed. For any problems related to drivers, see this link.
Go to Control Panel > Sound and Audio Devices Icon. It will open a windows like one below:
Click on Audio Tab , and now select your Sound Driver or Sound Card Name from the drop down list if it is not correctly selected.
After Selecting correct options, click OK and you are done with this configuration setting.

Volume Control for Microphone

Double Click on Volume Control Icon in your system trayvolume-control-icon-in-tray, it will open up the volume control window. Click on Options > Enable Advanced Properties.
No Again Click on Options > Properties, it will open a properties window as seen below:
On Properties window, in Playback option, check the Microphone checkbox as seen in picture below: palyback-microphone-volume
Now in Recording, Check the Microphone as seen below and press OK.
Now you can see the Microphone Volume Control, here you can increase or decrease microphone volume as per your need. Also, if you are still not happy with Microphone volume, click on advanced button, just below it. This will open an Advanced Control for Microphone window as below.
On this window, check 1 Mic Boost. It will boost the volume of your microphone.
Now you got all the volume control of you microphone in your hand :) , Hope you find this useful! Let us know through comments.

Monday, December 28, 2009

Monday, December 14, 2009

Hide Your Files In A Picture{Trick Used By Al-Qaeda's Computer Expert}

1. Save the picture of choice to your desktop.
2. Make a new .rar or .zip folder on your desktop.
3. Add the files you want to hide into the .zip or .rar
4. Click start menu, run, cmd.
5. In Command Prompt type cd "desktop" with the quotation marks.
6. Now type in copy /b picturename.jpg + foldername.rar outputfilename.jpg
( If you use .zip then: copy /b picturename.jpg + outputfilename.jpg)
7. Now there should be the outputed file name with a .jpg extension on the desktop.
( Do not close Command Prompt just yet )
8. Double click it to open the picture and check it out.
9. When your done looking, and want to view the hidden files
Type: ren outputfilename.jpg outputfilename.rar or zip
Now you're done!
A quick info-fact:
With this technique of hiding files in a jpg you can send this to anyone and they just have to rename the file extension to .zip or .rar.
With this technique the Al-Qaeda operatives were able to send info to others secretively.

Open This Img Using Winrar And See the Hideen Links........