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IBAction button to send a command to ip camera to rotate. The command is a html link with username password and CGI command but it redirects to safari
by Ryan in Mobile Programming

I'm trying to make an app in xcode for my iphone to control my ip camera so I've setupa controller with a webview which loads a html link to my ip cam. I've also setup some IBActions linked to some buttons trying to control the camera movements when pressing the buttons (right, left up, down).
Each IBAction linked to the buttons looks like


Rebol Call Command doesn't behave exactly like Dos command (ex with Subversion command line)
by nasy in Programming Languages

This Subversion import command works on dos command line:

"C:Program FilesSubversioninsvn.exe" import c:myproj file:///c:/svnrepo/myproj -m "test"

If I try to send the same command with Rebol Call Command with this script:

Print "This command will and your files to the repository without requiring a working copy"
repo-directory: to-lo

Ruby Command Line: How can I send the CTRL-C command via text in the command line?
by jeffrey in Web Design

I am trying to create a simple Automator droplet that will take the style.less file dropped into it and run the following LESS command on it:


which will monitor the file I have dropped in for any changes and will then automatically update the outputted style.css

FYI: I am using LESS to have

Is the “xsd” command not supported in Visual Studio 2012 command window?
by massmedia in Programming Languages

I've read that it is possible to run xsd commands right in visual studio (2010). I have VS 2012 on my machine and when I run

xsd XMLFile.xml

I get

Command "xsd" is not valid.

So, is the "xsd" command not supposted in VS 2012 and is there any other way to execute "xsd" in VS 2012?

Java + Command Pattern + Spring + remoting : How to inject dependencies to Command object?
by Munir in Programming Languages

In my current project I'm dealing with EJBs implementing huge interfaces.
Implementation is done through a business delegate, which implement the same interface and contains the real business code.

As suggested by some articles like


How to insert another UPDATE SQL command to execute in this code, which use another SQL command to delete one or multiple records
by Hungary in Programming Languages

I have this code work for deleting one or multiple records from order table when user select order from checkboxes. Now that I have inventory module, I want my inventory record update qty (add the product quantity back to current inventory) once the order had been canceled.

Actually, this shouldn't be problem if the code was implement for delete one record at a time. However, this

catching return code of a command with “invoke-command” - Powershell 2
by damomurf in Web Design

I am using "invoke-command" to execute a script on a remote machine.

invoke-command -computername <server_name> -scriptblock {command to execute the script}

My script returns "-1" when there are any errors.
So, I wanted to ensure that script has executed successfully by checking the return code.

I tried as follows.


flex, multi request from the command class, how to differentiate each response from results in command
by AnthonyC in Programming Languages

I run into a question that asked by a flex interviewer:
If there are 2 requests from the command class, and when back end process the request, they may take different time(the first command may take longer time to process so that it returns after the response of the second request).so, in your result-handler of your how do you know which response is for which request?

Note: th

Following installation of 7za on my RHEL system, “7z” command gives an error - command not found
by ERaubenheimer in Operating Systems

I am having difficulty running a 7zip command on my system after installing 7za.

The following commands are working as expected:

man 7z


However, 7z gives this error: command not found.

I need 7z, because it will save me lot of work further in the script. Any ideas what is wrong?


how to redirect result “!find …” command to put lftp command
by Allan in Operating Systems

I'd like to put files from result of !find command from lftp.

I tried:

$> lftp -u foo, sftp://bar
lftp foo@bar$> put < !find ./local -type f

But failed!!

This worked:

$> lftp -u foo, sftp://bar
lftp foo@bar$> !find ./local -type f | awk '{print "put "$1}' > /tmp/files.lftp
lftp foo@bar$&g

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