What you need to know when migrating off Oracle IPM 10g

The last version of the Oracle IPM 10g product baseline reaches the end of Premier Support in just a couple of months. All previous versions including those from Stellent and Optika are no longer supported. I wanted to send along some information that might be helpful in understanding the Oracle support lifecycle, support dates, and some high level information about migrating off of the IPM 10g platform.

The Oracle Fusion Middleware Support lifecycle has three phases:
1) Premier Support – in this phase Oracle provides:
• New “dot” release versions with bug fixes and enhancements
• Standard break/fix patching
• Certifications for new database, operating systems, Office versions etc.
• Technical Support (phone/web/email)

2) Extended Support (additional support fees may apply) – in this phase Oracle provides:
• NO new “dot” release versions or enhancements
• Standard break/fix patching
• NO certifications for new database, operating systems, Office versions etc.
• Technical Support (phone/web/email)

3) Lifetime/Sustaining Support – in this phase Oracle provides:
• NO new “dot” release versions
• NO standard break/fix patching
• NO certifications for new database, operating systems, Office versions etc.
• Technical Support (phone/web/email) Continue reading

New release versions of our ILINX products coming October 2013

Check out all of the new features in our upcoming release of ILINX products scheduled for “mid-late” October 2013.

Visit our website at: http://imagesourceinc.com/IlinxSoftware/index.htm for updates.

Windows Presentation Foundation Host Has Encountered a Problem

Problem:
Every now and then we run across a weird deployment issue where certain XP machines are not able to run ILINX Content Store with the weird exception below

Solution:
The issue is caused by either an incorrect/corrupted permissions set on the user working folder or the registry key.  The fix is to run the tool below from Microsoft.
http://www.microsoft.com/download/en/details.aspx?displaylang=en&id=5766

Phong Hoang
ImageSource, Inc. 

 

Installing Windows 7 on a Netbook?

Below is an awesome tool to use if you are planning on installing Windows 7 on a machine that does not have a DVD drive.  This tool allows you to put Windows 7 on USB drive and run Windows installation from there.

If you got one those netbook with XP on it and the machine has at least 1GB RAM and 1.6 GHz, I would format it and install Windows 7 on it.

http://wudt.codeplex.com/

 

Installing Silverlight 4 Beta

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If you are getting an install error while trying to install Silverlight 4 Beta on an existing machine with Silverlight 3 SDK installed, please verify that your Silverlight 3 SDK version is 3.0.40818.0.

If you have an older version installed, you can uninstall it and reinstall a newer version here.

Hope this helps.

Phong Hoang
ImageSource, Inc.