You're now able to write something useful, so it's time we introduce you to the Request Lifecycle. You see, when someone requests a ColdFusion page, CF doesn't just start executing your code. There are several events that first take place, which you can be waiting for, and to which you can react. This is not strictly necessary, but you'll find that any complex application will eventually want to make use of some or all of these features, so it's best that you know about them.
Before installation make sure you have these packages installed: Installing Sphinx on Windows Installing Sphinx on a Windows server is often easier than installing on a Linux environment; unless you are preparing code patches, you can use the pre-compiled binary files from the Downloads area on the website.
Extract everything from the. We are using version 2. You can use Windows Explorer in Windows XP and up to extract the files, or a freeware package like 7Zip to open the archive. For the remainder of this guide, we will assume that the folders are unzipped into C: If you decide to use any different location for the folders or configuration file, please change it accordingly.
Edit the contents of sphinx. Install the searchd system as a Windows service: It will not have been started, as you will need to configure it and build your indexes with indexer before starting the service. A guide to do this can be found under Quick tour.
During the next steps of the install which involve running indexer pretty much as you would on Linux you may find that you get an error relating to libmysql. If you do receive an error please copy libmysql. Sphinx deprecations and changes in default configuration In 2.
All of them was 'unofficially' deprecated for some time. And we're informing you now about it. Changes are as follows: Our binary releases are now all built with bit IDs by default. Note that they can still load older indexes with bit IDs, but that support will eventually be removed.
In fact, that was deprecated awhile ago, but now we just want to make it clear: It has a bunch of limitations, the most important ones being keyword collisions, and no good wildcard matching support. You can read more about those limitations in our documentation.
Even if your database is SBCS likely for legacy reasons too, eh? This feature was introduced long before sort by expression became a reality and it has been deprecated for a very long time.
Such implicit star search isn't very intuitive. So, we've decided to eventually remove it and have marked it as deprecated just recently. We plan to totally remove this configuration key in the 2. This feature allows you to perform sorting by a string.
But it's also possible to do this with ordinary string attributes, which is much easier to use. This is a hidden configuration key - it's not mentioned in our documentation. But, it's there and it's possible that someone may use it.Sqoop is a tool designed to transfer data between Hadoop and relational databases or mainframes.
You can use Sqoop to import data from a relational database management system (RDBMS) such as MySQL or Oracle or a mainframe into the Hadoop Distributed File System (HDFS), transform the data in Hadoop MapReduce, and then export the data back into an RDBMS.
The difference between virtual, override, new and sealed override. Ask Question. up vote 66 down vote favorite. I'm pretty confused between some concepts of OOP: virtual, override, new and sealed override. Can anyone explain the differences? Copy certain lines from one text file to another. Full Recovery vs Simple Recovery and the Ever-growing LDF file 11 Mar on sql, sql server.
Many newcomers (and even experienced developers who never had to manage their own SQL Servers) usually don’t understand the difference between Full Recovery mode and Simple Recovery mode, and more than that they don’t know how to manage their SQL databases so that their LDF files won’t grow.
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Not the answer you're looking for? Browse other questions tagged oop polymorphism method-overloading method-overriding or ask your own question. OOP Difference between Shadowing and Overriding.
(Object Oriented Programming) paradigm. Using Shadowing, we can provide a new implementation to base class member without overriding it, which means that the original implementation of base class member gets shadowed (hidden) with the new implementation of base class member provided .