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MySQL Cluster Community Edition is available as a separate download. The reason for this change is so that MySQL Cluster can provide more frequent updates and support using the latest sources of MySQL Cluster Carrier Grade Edition.




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You can start with Apache Struts using Apache Maven and optionally provided archetypes for easier dependency management and version upgrade. Or download some of the distributions for fully offline development.


Use the links below to download a release of Apache Struts from one of our mirrors. You can verify the integrity of the downloaded files using signatures downloaded from our main distribution directory.


The PGP signatures can be verified using PGP or GPG. First download the KEYS as well as the asc signature file for the particular distribution. Make sure you get these files from the main distribution directory, rather than from a mirror. Then verify the signatures using


The most signficant update to GLUT is the integration of the X Window System and Win32 versions of GLUT in a single source tree. GLUT works for either Win32 or X11 now. Nate Robins deserves the credit for this merging. To help Win32 users better utilize GLUT, PC-style .ZIP files are available for download.


You can still download the previous version, GLUT 3.6:Download the zipped GLUT 3.6 source code distribution: glut36.zipDownload the GLUT 3.6 image datafile distribution: glut36data.zipDownload the GLUT 3.6 headers and pre-compiled libraries: glutdlls36.zip


You can also download pre-compiled GLUT 3.6 libraries for Windows NT Alpha platforms by downloading glutdllsalpha.zip (82 kilobytes). GLUT for Alpha questions should be directed to Richard Readings (readings@reo.dec.com).


Iam really enjoying being here at Knowledge 10 and meeting so many of you who read our posts. I have been busy in one-on-one sessions hearing requests and helping come up with answers. One of our readers wanted to know how they would go about downloading all of the attachments on a record as a zip file. Another reader wanted to know how to send attachments as a zip file via a web service. I believe this post should help solve both questions.The challenge we will solve in this post is this: if a record has any attachments, we will add a button to the form that allows you to download all of the attachments as a single ZIP file.


The only real secret to the above code is the setRedirectURL. This allows us to call a processor in our system that will popup a download dialog to download the zip file. The exportAttachmentsToZip processor does not yet exist in the system and will need to be created. Processors are found under System Definition->Processors.


We recently used this for our Finance team who required an easy way to mass download files to a shared directory they use. It works great but like one of the comments above, it can only be used once before having to reload the form. The other issue and the one causing a big problem, is the other UI actions on the form becoming unrepsonsive after this UI action is used. As a workaround we reolad the form, but instead of navigating away we choose stay on page and the ui actions work again.


Code works, but sometimes I get the attachment.zip containing the actual attachment file empty. 0 bytes.Debugging this, at the line var binData = sa.getBytes(gr), binData.length = 0, even if the download of the file directly from the interface works. How can I find what is wrong ?


Did you got solution for thisCode works, but sometimes I get the attachment.zip containing the actual attachment file empty. 0 bytes.Debugging this, at the line var binData = sa.getBytes(gr), binData.length = 0, even if the download of the file directly from the interface works. How can I find what is wrong ?am also facing same issue


Javascript is not enabled. Either because your browser doesn't support it, or you've disabled it with a plugin. Some functions, such as uploading and downloading, will not work without javascript. Other functions, such as navigation, may not function as expected.


We offer MD5 hashes as an alternative to validate the integrity of the downloaded files. A unix program called md5 or md5sum is included in many unix distributions. It is also available as part of GNU Textutils. Windows users can get binary md5 programs from here, here, or here.


Note: Latest release of Rutgers Map v.3 includes the interpolated positions (Kosambi) of dbSNP Build 137 reference SNPs and UniSTS markers from Build 37.3 (GRCh37.p5). If your analysis requires interpolated positions based on the Haldane map function, download rutgers_map_v3a.zip. We are currently working on merging the markers in Rutgers Map v.3 with the markers from the panels that we interpolated so that each marker will have exactly the same Haldane map position across the different panels.


GraphicsMagick is software which runs on a computer, and if its code(source or binary code) was subtly modified (perhaps on the downloadserver, or modified after download), it could do almost anything! Dueto this, it is useful to verify the download before you use it. Thisis especially important if you are preparing binaries for others touse.


Distributed packages may be verified (both for integrity and origin)using GnuPG (gpg). GnuPG is normally provided as a package for youroperating system (often already installed), or may be downloaded from The installed program on your systemmight be named 'gpg', 'gpg2', or 'gpg1'.


The brew command downloads and installs ImageMagick with many of its delegate libraries (e.g. JPEG, PNG, Freetype, etc). Homebrew no longer allows configurable builds; if you need different compile options (e.g. librsvg support), you can download the ImageMagick Mac OS X distribution we provide:


The GPlates platform is largely funded by the NCRIS program and provision of the user information improves our chances of being able to continue to develop and support the software in the future. However you can choose to download anonymously (by leaving the name/email fields empty).


I've attempted to downloaded the images from the zipped folders mentioned previously including the Basic Gen 2 panel one which I think should contain the image for this HMI. I copied these I think into the correct folders manually. This worked for my TP1200 comfort panel and got rid of the same error I was getting with that one.


The tech support told me to download DVD3 which I have and installed using the .exe file. First for just the new HMIs 2.5GB and then when that didn't work selected the full image library including all the legacy HMIs and conversion images required for upgrading etc (8-9Gb) and this still hasn't put the image file in the right place for the KTP400 basic PN.


Download the AWS CLI signature file for the package you downloaded. It has the same path and name as the .zip file it corresponds to, but has the extension .sig. In the following examples, we save it to the current directory as a file named awscliv2.sig.


Run the standard macOS installer program, specifying the downloaded .pkg file as the source. Use the -pkg parameter to specify the name of the package to install, and the -target / parameter for which drive to install the package to. The files are installed to /usr/local/aws-cli, and a symlink is automatically created in /usr/local/bin. You must include sudo on the command to grant write permissions to those folders.


Download the pkg installer using the curl command. The -o option specifies the file name that the downloaded package is written to. In this example, the file is written to AWSCLIV2.pkg in the current folder.


To update your current installation of AWS CLI version 2 on Windows, download a new installer each time you update to overwrite previous versions. AWS CLI is updated regularly. To see when the latest version was released, see the AWS CLI version 2 Changelog on GitHub.


It is recommended to access and share file using AWS API. If you intend to share the file publicly, you must look into security issue seriously and impose download restriction. AWS traffics out to internet is never cheap.


Zip them in your end instead of doing it in AWS, ideally in frontend, directly on user browser. You can stream the download of several files in javascript, use that stream to create a zip and save this zip on user disk.


About performance:As @aviv-day complains in a comment this could not be suitable for all scenarios. Client-zip library has a benchmark that can give you an idea if this fit or not with your scenario. Generally, if you have a big set of small files (I don't have a number about what is big here, but I'll say something between 100 and 1000) it will take a lot of time just zipping it, and it will drain the final user CPU. Also, if you are offering the same set of files zipped for all the users, it's better zip it one and present it already zipped. Using this method of zipping in frontend works well with a limited small group of files that can dynamically change depending on user preferences about what to download. I've no really test this and I really think the bottle neck would be the network speed more than the zip process, as it happens on the fly, I don't really think that scenario with a big set of files would actually be a problem. If anyone have benchmarks about this would be nice to share with us!


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