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[access] SMS API for Database developers (SQL)

If you use the OZEKI Message Server you can send and receive SMS messages using a database server with the help of SQL queries.

In order to use this option, you need to have a database server (such as Oracle, Access, MySql, MS SQL, Postgres, Sybes, etc) installed, and there should be two database tables created: ozekimessageout and ozekimessagein. One of these will be used for sending and the other for receiving SMS messages.

Ozeki Message Server will connect to the database through a standard ADO or ODBC connection (Figure 1). Using this connection it will periodically query the database table ozekimessageout for outgoing messages using a SELECT statement and will INSERT incoming messages into the database table used for incoming messages (ozekimessagein).

Figure 1. - Ozeki Message Server connecting to a database server

If you want to send a message you can issue the following SQL statement:

sql> INSERT INTO ozekimessageout (receiver,msg,id,status)
VALUES ('+36203105366',…

Manageengine has announced product life cycle plan for ManageEngine OpManager.

Product Life Cycle Plan

Manageengine has announced product life cycle plan for ManageEngine OpManager. OpManager 8.x version was released in February 2009 and has since been available for download. The older versions of OpManager, version 6.x and version 7.x series will be EOLed (End-Of-Life).

EOL Specification

Version | Build Nos. | Release Year | EOL Date | Supp.Ends On

OpManager 6.x | 6000 to 6016 | December 2005 | Feb 28, 2010 | May 31, 2010 |
OpManager 7.x | 7000 to 7206 | May 2007 | Feb 28, 2010 | Dec 31, 2010 |

EOL Details

We strongly encourage our users to upgrade to the latest version to benefit from the new features, critical bug fixes, enhancements, and the flexibility to opt for special add-ons and plug-ins. After every major release, we support the legacy releases for a considerable period of time to help our customers upgrade and/or migrate. With the general availability of OpManager 8.x since February 2009, we have decided to declare EOL for the earlier 2 m…

[access] Selamat kepada OSA

Kami mengucapkan selamat kepada PT. OSA atas selesainya implementasi monitoring CCTV untuk kegiatan produksinya. Penggunaan CCTV semakin banyak digunakan, baik untuk monitoring security ataupun untuk penggunaan lainnya, seperti yang digunakan oleh PT. OSA.

Kami bangga melayani Anda.

10 ways to avoid mistakes during project development

* Date: February 22nd, 2010
* Author: Alan Norton
* Category: 10 things, Project management
* Tags: Project Development, Mistake, Project Management, Team Management, Quality, Human Capital Management, It Operations, It service Management, Management, Business Operations

The best strategy for dealing with mistakes is to avoid making them in the first place. Here are some tips to help you navigate around common project pitfalls.

You may have heard the phrase “Be proactive, not reactive.” It’s certainly appropriate when discussing how to best deal with mistakes. The idea, of course, is to prevent mistakes before they occur. But how exactly do you do that?” In this article, I will detail 10 real-world ways you can preempt mistakes during project development.

For the sake of simplicity, I’ve lumped all errors into one category: mistakes. The items listed here are specific to developers, but other IT roles can also benefit from many of them.

1: Learn from other’s mistakes

Find experien…