Make Your Browsing Efficient Using Netvibes

September 19, 2008 at 9:38 am (Gadgets, General, Tips n Tricks)

This is an ultimate facility which lets you open n number of sites in parallel and simultaneously check them all. Like I want to use a mail and want to check out a blog simultaneouly without switching between tabs.

Moreover, you can make your own page where all the blogs, news etc. can be pinned. Just like pinning web articles on a wall. This allows you to have collective login to all the facilities accessed on web like different mails, blogs or anywhere that demands login of pages.

Check following link http://www.netvibes.com/

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Gather Information About Other System using NMAP

September 18, 2008 at 9:20 am (Gadgets, Security, Tips n Tricks)

Actually this is an ancient tool but really updated. This tool allows you to watch out the information about any other system on internet. This information could be one of the following
1. Getting the OS
2. Routing Information
3. Active ports
4. Port scanning using different methods
This tool is extremely usefull for catching use of information on the net. Some firewalls block the scan, so it may not work everytime.
You can get it on following site :http://www.insecure.org
Nmap Tool Use

Nmap Tool Use

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Restore Web Sites

September 12, 2008 at 3:10 pm (General, Tips n Tricks)

Wondering if web data also have a restore option as we do have in our file system. Well, there is a solution, a site provides a service where they take backup of most of the web pages available on internet and gets you a sorted history according to date. Just try following link

🙂

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Get Last Modified Date Of A Web Page

September 9, 2008 at 3:00 pm (Tips n Tricks)

For getting the last modified date of a web page, just paste following statement of javascript to your browser address window and execute. This works for mozilla, IE i am not sure about

javascript:alert(document.lastModified)
It gives the time at which page is loaded in case if it is disabled or if it is dynamically created. 🙂

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WebLogic 10 T3InitialContextFactory

May 2, 2008 at 10:25 am (Uncategorized)

In order to invoke an EJB client, we need to invoke it through a context. As of following snippet
static public Context getInitialContext() throws Exception {
Properties p = new Properties();
p.put(Context.INITIAL_CONTEXT_FACTORY, “weblogic.jndi.T3InitialContextFactory”);
p.put(“java.naming.security.principal”,”weblogic”);
p.put(“java.naming.security.credentials”, “weblogic”);
p.put(Context.PROVIDER_URL, url);
return new InitialContext(p);
}

In order to use T3InitialContextFactory ${WL_Home}\server\lib\weblogic.jar should be added to the classpath for smooth working of the InitialContext

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Translate Pages To Other Languages

April 18, 2008 at 12:14 pm (General, New Technologies, Tips n Tricks)

Here is a fantastic feature from Google which translates the whole page from one language to another. If you are stuck at some alien languages, this tool helps to tackle the problem all we have to do is to give the URL and it will be magically converted to the specified language. Here is way to go for that Translation tool

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New Power Saving Search Engine By Google

April 14, 2008 at 5:37 am (Gadgets, Google, New Technologies) (, , )

Google is the second Brain to many of us. We use it frequently. It uses
white screen which consumes higher power.

Read the following?

“If Google had a black screen, taking in account the huge number of page
views, according to calculations, 750 mega watts/hour per year would be
saved?!!!!!

In response Google created a black version of its search engine, called
Blackle, with the exact same functions as the white version, but obviously
with lower energy consumption:
Help spread the word.. Use ” www.blackle.com“…

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Making Word Documents Really Read-Only

April 3, 2008 at 11:48 am (Security, Tips n Tricks)

If you want the information to be read-only in word or any other MS Office software, there is a facility which makes this thing happen.

The trick lies in the tools menu. Go to Tools > Protect Document. There will be a menu asking of the kind of protection. If you give it as “Track Changes” then that will mark the changes in red. “Comment” will make the document read-only and wont allow any kind of changes after that.

The same option gets converted to “Unprotect” after protection is imposed. But this intern asks the same password.

Try your hands on the following document, and you will find another security trick in there. 🙂

Sample Document

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Show Live Hit Locations

March 31, 2008 at 7:36 am (Gadgets)

Here is a gadget which allows you to observe live hit locations all around the globe. All you have to do is to go into http://maps.amung.us/ and then choose the customizations over the look. Now paste the code into your website. 🙂

map.png

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Increasing Heap Size While Building With Ant

February 12, 2008 at 11:54 am (Java)

Things are easy to manage memory while building applications using java.exe.

But while using ant for building big codes, we need to set the memory limit using a parameter ANT_OPTS

just set the above thing in environment variables and give the size as the value in the following fashion to get things going.

-Xmx<size>m

eg. set ANT_OPTS =-Xmx512m

in unix – setenv ANT_OPTS -Xmx768m

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