I am trying to install SDL Web 8.5 in Microsoft Azure, for which I am planning to host all Tridion DB’s in Microsoft Azure SQL Database. As far as I know we used to run PowerShell commands to install it on Microsoft SQL Servers like
.Install Content Manager database.ps1 , but how can I run these commands for Azure SQL DB or what actually needs to be done to create Tridion databases in Azure SQL ?
if i create Tridion DB’s in Azure, how would Tridion Application (CME) interact them?
I noticed that I have two tables in my word document. One I made and one I copied it from somewhere. The one I copied, when I resize my table, the cell text automatically wraps around if the width is not enough. (Not hyphenation, just wraps). The one I copied does not do that. However, I don’t notice anything different between the two. The row size specifications in both are unchecked. Where is the setting for this?
I have a windows phone on which I have a locked up MS Account. I need to restore the phone but first I need to save all the contacts – how can I export the contacts to another device without having the MS Account active?
I have SDL Web 8.5 installation media for trial purpose. I want to install SDL Web 8.5 in Azure, is there any installation guide/steps available? I have done on-premise installation a few years back, but this time i want to host it on Azure for learning purposes. I am thinking of creating a Single machine Application, like Windows Server as a virtual machine, will install SQL in the same machine, and will run the database script to make Tridion DB’s available in my Virtual Machine/Server. Will Host Tridion on the same machine.
Before anything to start is there anything specific which i need to take care? or any installation guide/help to host it in azure is available ?
I have a Dell Inspiron 5568 laptop that is no longer booting up under Windows 10. The native (Dell) recovery options are not allowing me to backup any of my data prior to attempting a factory reset. Consequently, I have changed the BIOS settings for “legacy boot” and booted up from an Ubuntu Live 16.04 USB stick. Here is what I see
parted -l reports Partition 1 524Mb FAT32 EFI System partition boot,esp Partition 2 134Mb Microsoft reserved partition msftres Parition 3 495Gb Basic data partition msftdata ... Parition 8 148Gb Basic data partition msftdata Parition 9 472Mb ntfs hidden,dflag Two more hidden ntfs paritions fdisk -l reports /dev/sda1 500Mb EFI System /dev/sda2 128Mb Microsoft reserved /dev/sda3 460G Microsoft basic data ... /dev/sda8 138Gb Microsoft basic data /dev/sda9 450M Windows recovery envirionment Two others
Before I attempt to do anything else I would like to mount
/dev/sda6 and get a safe backup of some critical files I have there. The trouble is it is not clear to me how I mount that partition. I tried
mkdir /media/windows sudo ntfs-3g -o force,rw /dev/sda6 /media/windows
only to be told that it is not an NTFS parition. If memory serves me right when I did the parititiong I had used the Windows 10 default which I think is FAT32. So I did try
mount -t vfat /dev/sda6 /media/windows
but that yields the error
mount: wrong fs type, bad option, bad superblock on /dev/sda6, missing codepage or helper program or other error
…very helpful 🙂 Can anyone here tell me what that might be?
Libre Office can open proprietary Microsoft file formats (although some features are unsupported). But how was it able to achieve this? Did they reverse engineer these formats from binaries?
In this article the author points out the complications associated with Microsoft Office formats. I was wondering how did Libre Office achieve this feat?
I have a pdf file which is Persian script and it is a Right-to-Left.
Since Persian uses UTF-8 format therefore I can’t convert it into a plain text in Microsoft Word, also I can’t copy-paste the text resulting unreadable characters.
I have tried a lot of softwares such as unipdf and e-Pdf Converter however after the conversion still the characters are not displayed properly.
I even tried OCR but again same problem appeared.
The pdf does’nt have any password or restrictions.
Does anyone have any other ideas?
Edit: I actually tried creating a file in MS Word and converting it to a PDF, after that again I had the same problem with the PDF file.(even the encoding was known)
Completion % captures the current progress.. I understand that. Is there a way to come up with completion % if all work (hypothetically) was completed on time as of today?
e.g., Assume the total duration is 400 hrs. Today, the total duration scheduled to be completed was 200 hrs, however only 50% of the work was done. Therefore, %complete is 25% and, if the task was completed on time, then the %complete should be 50%.
How do we capture the latter completion %?
I want to remove all personally identifiable metadata from a Microsoft Word Document âdocx filesâ is this possible? How would a user check if this has been done properly?