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How do you find the creation date for a TRIRIGA BO or component?

Is there a way to see what the Creation Date is for a TRIRIGA BO, Form, Workflow, Queries and other components? In addition, is there a way to know which userid created a TRIRIGA BO, Form, Workflow, Query, or other component? 99 more words



Ok, I have a HUGE question for my published author friends/followers/random readers…I am currently searching for an agent and I have picture books, leveled readers (science/reading early literacy…k-2) picture books, middle grade fantasy, YA fantasy books, a couple of early adult (high school/college age aimed basically), and some short stories/poems…a few them self published. 154 more words


MLB SDQL Video Query of the Day -- 20150528

Today video reveals how AJ Burnett has done when he is off a start in which his WHIP was less than one.

Dr M.

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5 Steps for Researching Literary Agents

By Cecilia Lewis

So, you’ve finished (and revised and polished) your manuscript. You’ve written (and revised and polished) your query letter. Now, who should you send it to? 981 more words

Submission Tips

Impala Scratch directory issue

In impala while running queries over large data, sometimes we may get an error like this.

WARNINGS: Create file /tmp/impala-scratch/94869b99d0d6457:765d2bc009a914ad_94869b99d0d6457:765d2bc009a914af_516bff1b-7342-434e-8c95-c777bb7f237e failed with errno=2 description=Error(2): No such file or directory

Backend 1:Create file /tmp/impala-scratch/94869b99d0d6457:765d2bc009a914ad_94869b99d0d6457:765d2bc009a914af_516bff1b-7342-434e-8c95-c777bb7f237e failed with errno=2 description=Error(2): No such file or directory
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Ends & Beginnings.

Hello, blogosphere! (Is that still a thing? Do we still use “blogosphere,” even if just ironically?)

The semester is finally over, so my musings and writings on the humanities and the research process are over. 344 more words

The Publishing Process

How to Make Those Rejection Letters Work for You!

Today, I thought I’d talk a little bit about rejection letters. Any new writer and even established authors receive rejection letters and I have to say, in the last year, I have received my fair share. 676 more words