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Archive for September 5th, 2013

Android Device Manager: Find your lost phone with Android Device Manager | Official Android Blog

Posted by jpluimers on 2013/09/05

Reminder 2: has this been release yet?

Yes it was released on august 7th, and even earlier than announced. It is called Android Device Manager and you can find it at https://www.google.com/android/devicemanager.

More details at Official Blog: Dude, where’s my phone? Simple steps to protect your Android device this summer..

–jeroen

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Posted in Android Devices, Power User | Leave a Comment »

Delphi Mobile (NEXTGEN) compiler: the risk of a changed TSymbolName; unsupported data types means unsupported RTTI as well

Posted by jpluimers on 2013/09/05

The NEXTGEN family of Delphi compilers for the Mobile platforms changed quite a bit of things.

Most of it has been covered by various blogs posts. A non exhaustive list of ones I liked:

Those articles do not contain two things I had’t found about yet though that are important when you do RTTI using NEXTGEN in Delphi XE4: Read the rest of this entry »

Posted in Delphi, Delphi XE3, Delphi XE4, Development, Encoding, Software Development, Unicode, UTF-8 | 2 Comments »

SQL query to get the deadlocks in SQL SERVER 2005 and up

Posted by jpluimers on 2013/09/05

Darren Davies answered via SQL query to get the deadlocks in SQL SERVER 2008 – Stack Overflow a while ago listing a great SQL statement by Mladen Prajdić that shows how to do without the deprecated SP_LOCKS and SP_WHO2 (which is undocumented, and slightly different from SP_WHO) or the good old SP_LOCK2.

It is the textual equivalent of the Deadlock Graph, which is part of the SQL Server Profiler.
I like that profiler a lot (read this step-by-step intro if you haven’t used it), but some environments consider it too much power for a developer to use.

The SP_LOCKS documentation directs you to the sys.dm_tran_locks documentation, which is the base of the SQL below. It requires the mostly harmless VIEW SERVER STATE permission.

Finding out what to join in order to get some readable results suited for quick troubleshooting is quite an undertaking.
Mladen did all that, and this is his SQL: Read the rest of this entry »

Posted in Database Development, Development, SQL Server, SQL Server 2000, SQL Server 2005, SQL Server 2008, SQL Server 2008 R2, SQL Server 2012 | Leave a Comment »

 
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