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  • An SAP BASIS consultant who likes all technology, gadgets, sports and too many other things.

    Has dabbled in:

    ABAP, BASIC, Pascal, C# .net, COBOL, Cold Fusion, CSS, Google App Inventor for Android, Javascript, Java, Java for Android, C++, HAML, HTML, XHTML, HTMLB (for SAP ITS), PHP, SASS, SQL, VB, XML as well as others - but I don't confess to being an expert in any of them ;-)


    Oct
    28
    comment Windows Server 2003 : Unable to load
    Does it give an error message?
    Oct
    27
    revised How to create a CNAME a DNS name at the level abc.xyz.mydomain.com (sub-sub-domain) if my DNS host only supports xyz.mydomain.com (sub-domain)?
    Edited question to make it clearer
    Oct
    27
    comment How to create a CNAME a DNS name at the level abc.xyz.mydomain.com (sub-sub-domain) if my DNS host only supports xyz.mydomain.com (sub-domain)?
    'Are you sure that Azure require you to register a sub-sub domain for authentication?'. It's what they are asking for in their Management Portal, but I could e-mail them to see if there is another method. Thanks.
    Oct
    27
    comment How to create a CNAME a DNS name at the level abc.xyz.mydomain.com (sub-sub-domain) if my DNS host only supports xyz.mydomain.com (sub-domain)?
    Sorry if I wasn't clear. I do understand DNS, but I thought sub-sub-domain would be a clearer term as I've seen other people use that :-) Thanks for the info.
    Oct
    27
    accepted How to create a CNAME a DNS name at the level abc.xyz.mydomain.com (sub-sub-domain) if my DNS host only supports xyz.mydomain.com (sub-domain)?
    Oct
    27
    asked How to create a CNAME a DNS name at the level abc.xyz.mydomain.com (sub-sub-domain) if my DNS host only supports xyz.mydomain.com (sub-domain)?
    Aug
    5
    answered SAP Homogeneous copy : How do you handle BDLS steps
    Aug
    5
    comment SAP Homogeneous copy : How do you handle BDLS steps
    Which DB and OS are you running?
    Jul
    15
    awarded  Taxonomist
    Jun
    22
    accepted What does this error mean?: Operating system version {0} is too low. You need at least version {2}
    Jun
    22
    answered What does this error mean?: Operating system version {0} is too low. You need at least version {2}
    Jun
    8
    awarded  Notable Question
    Jun
    7
    asked What does this error mean?: Operating system version {0} is too low. You need at least version {2}
    May
    20
    accepted How to change the port for the SAP Virtual Default Host (SICF) configuration?
    May
    20
    answered How to change the port for the SAP Virtual Default Host (SICF) configuration?
    May
    19
    awarded  Popular Question
    May
    9
    accepted Google Page Speed message: https://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1.6/jquery.min.js (1 hour)
    May
    9
    reviewed Approve Google Page Speed message: https://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1.6/jquery.min.js (1 hour)
    May
    9
    comment Google Page Speed message: https://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1.6/jquery.min.js (1 hour)
    Yes. I would prefer to keep referring to the Google hosted version as that is best practice as clients will probably already have it cached; But it's Google's own Page Speed tool telling me that it should be cached for longer than 1 hour, so just for that reason I am thinking of hosting it myself! :-) Thanks.
    May
    9
    asked Google Page Speed message: https://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1.6/jquery.min.js (1 hour)