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How to make class diagrams using Composition?

Submitted by Webmaster on Wednesday July 13, 2011

Before we move on to making class diagram for this problem lets discuss what is composition relation and how we use it, composition has a solid black diamond symbol...(Read more)

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How to make use case diagram using Generalization in UML

Submitted by Webmaster on Wednesday July 13, 2011

Purpose of this tutorial is to give you understanding of how to use generalization, include and extend relationships when making use case diagrams...(Read more)

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How to work with Association classes in UML - Part2?

Submitted by Shahbaz on Friday July 08, 2011

Alright, like i said we will discuss a different scenario in this tutorial to further clarify the concept of association classes so here is the scenario...(Read more)

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How to work with Association classes in UML - Part1?

Submitted by Shahbaz on Thursday July 07, 2011

Unified Modeling Language (UML) is a standardized general-purpose modeling language in the field of object-oriented software engineering. The standard is managed, and was created by, the Object Management Group...(Read more)

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MySQL error while dropping databases

Submitted by Shahryar on Thursday January 06, 2011

A few months back I was trying to drop some unnecessary test and archived databases from MySQL servers and while dropping a database I got the following error message...(Read more)

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Database Management Systems > MySQL > Administration

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Not-so-well-known differences between MyISAM and Innodb MySQL server storage engines

Submitted by Shahryar on Monday December 27, 2010

There are some very well-known differences between Innodb and MyISAM e.g. Innodb supports transactions, MyISAM does not etc. However, I am goint to list some not-so-well-known differences here for the reader. Please feel free to suggest more through comments below...(Read more)

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Database Management Systems > MySQL > Tips and Tricks

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Download, configure, compile, and install MySQL 5.5 from source code on Linux

Submitted by Shahryar on Tuesday December 21, 2010

MySQL 5.5 is the latest production-ready release of the most popular opensource database management system on the planet ie. MySQL...(Read more)

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Database Management Systems > MySQL > Installation

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How to download, compile, and install CMake on Linux

Submitted by Shahryar on Saturday December 18, 2010

CMake is a cross-platform, open-source build system. CMake is a family of tools designed to build, test and package software...(Read more)

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Operating Systems > Linux > Installation

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MySQL open files limit: open-files-limit VS open_files_limit on Linux

Submitted by Webmaster on Monday November 29, 2010

Did you think that underscores and hyphens in MySQL server option names can be used interchangeably in configuration file? Read this tutorial to find out about an exception to this general rule...(Read more)

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Database Management Systems > MySQL > Configuration

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Install MySQL Server 5.0 and 5.1 from source code

Submitted by Shahryar on Sunday November 28, 2010

Have you ever tried compiling MySQL server from source code? If you have not but want to, here are some easy steps to do so on a Debian/Ubuntu Linux machine. These instructions should work on other Linux distributions e.g. SUSE, RedHat, CentOS etc...(Read more)

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