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One of the key elements that helps to enable open source software applications to gain broader enterprise usage is the availability of commercial support options. In the case of the open source MongoDB NoSQL database, that commercial support is now coming from project backer 10gen.
The default installation of MongoDB doesn't enable authentication which is essentials for securing contents. The articles describes step by step commands to create a replica-set in MongoDB using multiple ec2 instances having authentication enabled as well as proper security for member server of replica-set.
Nano is an alternative text editor. The key sequences in nano are entered using the keyboard, making nano a "modeless" editor, unlike vim. With the exception of Control and Meta key sequences, all the keys will enter text into the file being edited. You do not have to switch modes at all. In addition, nano provides some text aids. The 2.0 release enhances the usability and features of nano.
"This document defines the syntax and formal semantics of XQuery and XPath Full Text 1.0 which is a language that extends XQuery 1.0 [XQuery 1.0: An XML Query Language] and XPath 2.0 [XML Path Language (XPath) 2.0] with full-text search capabilities."
Wikia Search launched live Monday in its first publicly accessible form.
The search engine, backed by Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales, is an open source search tool that allows collaboration.
Wikipedia and Wikia operate independently and are unrelated except for Wales' involvement in each.
Wales announced plans for the project last year and said he wanted to provide an open alternative to Google (NSDQ: GOOG).
Wikia Search uses a social networking model, allowing users to create profiles, select friends, share photos, and manage privacy preferences in addition to providing traditional search capabilities. Users can click on an option to start or participate in discussions about search rankings and write mini-articles about search terms.
Suppose you have a PDF document that was made using a scanner, or otherwise consists of image data but doesn't have text data. Such a PDF can't be searched by PDF readers or desktop search applications.