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  • [SOLVED]Index of files in a directory Updated:10-11

    I've tried creating an index of files in, f.e., my movies directory but I can't seem to get it to work properly.  The command I've been using was find . -iname '*' > ./FILES which generates the following list: ./Inglourious Basterds.mp4 ./Inspector C

  • Playing .mkv files in QTX/QT7 video works fine, sound is distorted. Updated:10-11

    What I'm trying to do is open some .mkv files in Quicktime 7 so that I can export it as an mp4 with AAC audio (instead of AC3, 5.1). The audio during playback ends up sounding like a helicopter or what you'd hear if you stuck a piece of sandpaper in

  • Mkv with multiple video tracks Updated:11-30

    Hi. I have a load of Matroska files which contain a few (about 5) short video clips and an audio track. The video clips in each file are of the same event from different angles, so I want to watch all clips simultaneously. I have installed Perian and

  • Which to use - Sy-index or sy-tabix ?? Updated:10-11

    This is what i found out about SY-INDEX and SY-TABIX but which one to use when i want to delete a line of data from an internal table ? I tried both sy-index and sy-tabix and both works fine and returning the expected output for me but which one is b

  • Index's on cubes or Aggregates on infoobjects Updated:10-11

    Hello, Please tell me if it is possible to put index's on cubes; are they automatically added or is this something I put on them? I do not understand index's are they like aggregates? Need to find info that explains this. Thanks for the hlep. NewbieI

  • LIKE, LIKEC and Index usage Updated:10-11

    I've table that contains about 20 million rows, and I've created index for varchar2(100) column. It works well if I do SELECT * FROM MY_TABLE WHERE MY_COL LIKE 'FOO%'; But if I change query to use LIKEC (to make unicode escaped strings work): SELECT

  • Index with "or" clause (BUG still exists?) Updated:10-11

    The change log for 2.3.10 mentions "Fixed a bug that caused incorrect query plans to be generated for predicates that used the "or" operator in conjunction with indexes [#15328]." But looks like the Bug still exists. I am listing the s