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You need to modify the value of the extended attribute fullname in a form. Which two attributes can be set in the user view to make this change? (Choose two.)
A reconciliation policy uses the standard account correlation rule in which resource account names that are the same as Identity Manager account names are considered a match. A new account named jdoe is discovered on the resource. A user named jdoe is present in Identity Managers repository, but is not linked to the resource account jdoe. What does Identity Manager do when this new account is encountered?
Identity Manager will simply indicate an UNASSIGNED situation and will not take any further action unless configured to do so in the reconciliation policy.
Identity Manager links it to the existing account.
Identity Manager creates a new account.
Identity Manager reports a conflict and attempts to resolve it using a resolution rule.
Identity Manager reports an orphaned account.
Identity Manager reports an error.
You have a requirement to include employee numbers of users as an extended attribute in Identity Manager. The User Extended Attributes object has been modified so it looks like the following
What other object must be modified to ensure that you can perform efficient searches on this attribute at the database level?
Update User object
Repository Configuration object
A user is attempting to reconcile an LDAP resource. The accounts found on the LDAP resource should be placed in two different organizations, depending on their location within LDAP. Those in o=North America should be placed in an organization called North America and those in o=Europe should be placed in an organization called Europe. Both organizations are descendants of Top in Identity Manager. How should reconcile be configured to place each user in the correct organization?
implement a user form assigned to the recon proxy admin that sets the organization depending on the LDAP organization value
set a rule in the reconciliation policy to determine in which organization to place the user
implement a form assigned to the organization administrator that sets the organization depending on the LDAP organization value
modify the update user workflow to set the correct organization depending on the LDAP organization value
implement a View User Form assigned to the recon proxy admin that sets the organization depending on the LDAP organization value
A company has a policy of using the first initial from a users name concatenated with the users last name plus a counter to generate unique user names. For example, a user named John Doe would be assigned jdoe as a user name. The second John Doe hired would be assigned jdoe2 and so on. Why might this approach be problematic?
Multiple users can be assigned the same user name.
Identity Manager cannot programmatically concatenate names.
Identity Manager cannot specify user names; these come from authoritative sources.
Name changes make historical reporting and auditing difficult.
Identity Manager has no way of knowing or generating the next available counter.
Several accounts have been deleted on a resource. The users still exist in Identity Manager, and the account index indicates the resource account should still exist. How do you restore the accounts on the resource?
set the DELETED Situation Option on the reconciliation policy to Create resource account for user
set the DELETED Situation Option on the reconciliation policy to Inherit default policy
set the UNMATCHED Situation Option on the reconciliation policy to Create resource account for user
set the UNMATCHED Situation Option on the reconciliation policy to Inherit default policy
A German travel agency will run flights into the night sky to provide dramatic views of a comet about to pass over the Northern Hemisphere.
The comet Pan-STARRS is currently visible above the southern hemisphere, and is becoming brighter every day.
It is currently about 100 million miles from Earth, but is gradually approaching the Sun.
Astronomers say that by Thursday the comet will be visible in the northern hemisphere with the naked eye. Eagle-eyed viewers with a good vantage point will be able to see it in the low west-southwest horizon about 30 minutes after sunset.
On Sunday it will make its closest approach to the Sun's surface, leading it to shed ice and dust in a luminous streaming tail.
Eclipse Travel in Germany said it will make the most of the opportunity by selling 88 window seats on a commercial jet to get a better view.
The Boeing 737-700 will fly up to about 11,000 metres where the thinner air and lack of clouds means the view will be better than on the ground.
The cost of the two-hour flight will be about £">310-400.
The comet Pan-STARRS was discovered in 2011 by the Panoramic Survey Telescope & Rapid Response System, or Pan-STARRS, in Hawaii.
Meanwhile another comet - ISON - is still on course to make a dramatic sight in the sky later this year.
Already dubbed the 'Comet of the Century', some predictions say ISON will shine brighter than the Moon in the night sky and might even be visible during the day. It is set to arrive in August and will peak in late November - unless it breaks apart of flies off course beforehand.
Spotted Comet Could Be Brighter Than Moon
A comet has been spotted that is predicted to shine brighter than the full moon, and make a pass near the sun towards the end of 2013. The discovery was made by the International Scientific Optical Network in Russia. Predictions regarding its brightness mean that the comet could be one of the most significant astronomical happenings in recent history.
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Photosensitivity is the broad term that is used to describe abnormal or adverse reactions to the sun or artificial light sources. These response may be phototoxic or photoallergic in nature. Photoallergy is a cell-mediated immunologic reaction to a chemical that has been made antigenic by the interaction with ultraviolet (UV) or visible radiation (Stephens and Berstresser 1985). This reaction is similar to allergic contact dermatitis, but differs in that chemicals require activation by light to elicit the response. Clinically, photoallergic skin responses resemble phototoxic reactions but may be distinguished by the increased severity with repeat exposure and time course for eliciting a response. Further, photoallergic responses are less frequent than phototoxic reactions. Histologically, the response is characterized by epidermal edema and vesicle formation and a dense perivascular infiltrate. The ac ...
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Mao Jietai (Department o?Geophysics Beijing University)
In the Fifth Antarctic Research Expedition of China(1988-1.989),the high resolution spectra of the ,sun were obtained at Great Wall Station "from Dec.1988 to Feb.1989.The waveband used to reduce the O3 ane NO2 column abundance are 300-340 nm and 444-450 nm,respectively.The results of this measurement are discussed.The O3 lumn abundance in this measurement varies in the range of ">310-400 DU with average 341 DU,while the NO2 gives a average value of 2.16 × 1010cm-2.
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May 13, 2007|By Jay Hart Of The Morning Call
We'd all like to sit in the front row at Citizens Bank Park, next to the Phillies dugout, close enough to see Charlie Manuel not making an obvious double switch.
But since we can't -- and since we're usually relegated to asking the person at the ticket window to give us the best seats available -- it would help to have an intimate knowledge of the ballpark in order to get the best bang for your buck.
Well, today's your lucky day, because The Morning Call has done the work for you. Here is a guide for where to park, where to sit, where to eat and where to take the kids when you go to Citizens Bank Park:
It's one thing to get into the parking lot; the hard part is getting out. That's why you want to park in the Holiday Inn lot just north of the ballpark at the corner of Darien and Packer.
The lot holds a relatively small number of cars, meaning there won't be a traffic jam getting out. It's less than a three-minute walk to the park, and the best part is that it's close to the highway.
When the game's over and thousands are fighting to get out of the stadium lots, all you need to do is take a quick right on Packer and follow the signs to I-95 (it's best to go south (to I-476) after a day game, north (to I-676 West to I-76 West to I-476 North) after a night game). Cost is $10 -- same as the stadium lots.
Citizens Bank has great sight lines no matter where you sit. Granted, the closer you are, the closer the action.
But the farther you are, the greater the perspective. For example, if you're sitting right behind the Phillies' dugout up the first base line, you'll get to see the hitter line a shot to third base, but you won't see the third baseman reacting. If you sit up in the 200, 300 or 400 levels, you can see both.
Different seats provide different experiences, even though you're all watching the same game. Here are some tips to choosing your seats:
200 Level ($20-$27): If you're sitting in right field (Sections 201-205), make sure you're at least four rows back, otherwise you can't see a good chunk of the field near the right-field fence. The seats on the foul side of the pole (Sections 206-211 and 233-237) are nice because they are angled toward home plate.
300 Level ($20-$30): Once up this high, you get a fantastic view of the Philadelphia skyline (unless you're sitting in Sections 301-310).
400 Level ($15-$22): Once again, you have a great view of the skyline (between Sections 412-422), but make sure you don't sit in Rows 1 and 2. A glass partition in the front of the section may be there for your protection, but it fragments your view of the field. Row 3 or higher (but not too high) is a better choice. Once you get to Section 423, the scoreboard blocks your view of the skyline. On the bright side, you have a great view of the Holiday Inn, where your car is parked.
Want to pay $15 and still get a great seat? You can.
Scattered throughout Citizens Bank Park are "free seats," which are open to anyone with a ticket. At Harry the K's Broadcast Bar & Grille, there are 28 tables perched above left-center field that are within putting distance of a fully stocked bar. Just below (and under cover) is a sit-down restaurant (if you want to spend the cash there) that seats 215. In center and right-center are railings, complete with a small counter for food and beverage, where you can stand and watch the game.
Run -- don't walk -- to Rick's Steaks and get a Whiz without (or with, if that's your preference.) Either way, it beats Tony Luke's.
Recently, the Food Network determined that Citizens Bank has the best food of any ballpark in Major League Baseball. Even without testing the competition, it would be hard to argue, considering the choices in Ashburn Alley (in center field) and beyond. Here are some suggestions:
Tony Luke's pork sandwich with broccoli rabe on the side.
Chickie's & Pete's Crab Fries
What exactly is a Schmitter? It's cheese, salami, steak, tomatoes and sauce on a kaiser roll. After you're done digesting the Whiz without, definitely grab a Schmitter.
FOR THE KIDS
He's big, he's green, he's ... well, no one knows quite what he is, but the Phillie Phanatic is everywhere at Citizens Bank. There's ...
... the Phanatic Phun Zone -- a giant jungle gym up the right-field line.
... the Make Your Own Phanatic store (Section 135), where kids can dress up tiny stuffed Phanatics however they'd like.
... the Phanatic Attic (up the third-base line), where kids -- young and old -- can purchase Phillie gear.
... the Phanatic Phood Cart (Section 113) and Phanatic Kid's Corner (Section 318), where they serve smaller portions for kids.
... the Phanatic Shoe Slide (Section 318).
Also, check out the "Games of Baseball" in Ashburn Alley, where you can see how fast you can throw.
If you're looking for games that have good promotions, check out the following:
May 20 vs. Toronto: Kid's mesh cap.
July 25 vs. Washington: Cole Hamels bobble head.
July 26 vs. Washington and Aug. 23 vs. Los Angeles: Kids run the bases.
Aug. 12 vs. Atlanta: Chase Utley retro jersey.
Aug. 26 vs. San Diego: Back-to-school gift.
TOP THREE TIPS
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1. Don't sit in the same seat twice. Varying where you sit will give you different experiences every time you go to the park.
2. Go to Bull's BBQ and find the Bull himself, former Phillie Greg Luzinski. He's always hanging around.
3. If you like the sun, make sure you're sitting on the first-base side of the park.
Number of hot dogs sold on Dollar Dog Day at Citizens Bank Park
Number of food and beverage locations
People manning concessions stands on a busy night
Restrooms in the park
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What We Will NeedThe Problems We May EncounterFoodAstronauts in space have similar food to what we eat on earth. Their meals are planned depending on their mass and how much via timings and calories have to be eaten per day. They also have 3 meals a day and that includes snacks. In the spaceship there is a waste compartment where all the food containers go when the meal is eaten. All of their foods are dehydrated that you just have to add water to and heat up in the microwave depending on which food you're having. Foods they eat include cereals, scrambled eggs, macaroni and cheese, cream of mushroom soup, chicken and rice, beef tips in mushroom sauce, tuna and salmon, eggplant and tomatoes, ham, granola bars, cookies and nuts, bread rolls and flour tortillas. They also have liquid salt and pepper as it is dangerous to have pepper and salt floating around. This is also why they don't have bread, it makes too much crumbs that could interfere with experiments and the astronauts breathing. Of course, they also have to drink. Beverages include coffee, tea, orange juice, lemonade. As well as fresh fruit, which has to be eaten within the first few days of a mission or it spoils.
Jesse Dodgshun-Lindsay flys the spacecraft, landing us safely on the asteroid and navigating us safely to and from the asteroid.
Samantha Thomson supports Jesse in flying and navigating the spacecraft, checking over the calculations made by Jesse. Samantha also is in charge of physical health for our astronauts.
CommanderLauren Kelly is the leader of this mission, she is in charge of the crew and she makes sure that the mission is successfully carried out. Anything that goes wrong is down to her and she instructs the crew on everything they do.
Mission SpecialistLucy Turton is in charge of our consumption levels of food and waste. She is our daily planner and she is also in charge of making sure our astronauts have their favourite foods and that they are coping well, aswell as preparing for the astronauts every need by providing medical miracle medicine to stop physical side-effects in their tracks.
On- board NASA ScientistClaudia Junge makes observations of the asteroid and duly passes on this information to the Commander and Houston. Claudia is also looking for impacts of other rocks and asteroids have made on the asteroid, to get a better understanding of the asteroid’s evolution .
SocialThe period of time the astronauts will be in space is around 1 ½ years, and the social closure from family and close friends will be extreme. The on-going relationships that astronauts may be in will be temporarily extracted as well as losing variety in their social relationships, such as being a mother, wife and an astronaut, which does not allow our astronauts to exercise different talents and skills that are essential to a balanced life and makes the astronaut become confused with their identity. The astronauts will have withdrawal from their home community as they will not be mixing with family, friends, organisations and society, which means that the loss of reassurance, affection and respect is quite definite. Also the intense contact with very few people and isolation is known to cause attitudinal dissimilarities, annoying habits, irritating manner and other things to be more obvious and troublesome.PhysicalPsychologicalIn space the astronauts could possibly be affected by the many causes of stress to the central nervous system. The effect of minimal stress as an effect of acceleration, heat, noise, vibration, problems with food, water and oxygen supply or disposal, radiation and toxic fuels can retain stress levels. It is often common for psychologists and psychiatrists to be involved in the state of the astronauts’ minds and how they feel and react to situations before being sent into space.Humans need protection against too much or too little of various environmental stimuli.
Isolation can take many forms in space as you are cut off from so many people. It can take the aspect of being alone and the way that you are separated from other people for such a long period of time. The physical distance you put between yourself and others or the feeling of being culturally away from others by being cut off from society through physical distance can be very hard to deal with. However another aspect is being removed from the society and surroundings they are so familiar with and the relationships they have with people and their society, sometimes causes severe disorders to establish.
An issue that is common in psychology is the isolation people feel while in space, if they are not being able to enjoy working with other astronauts many will psychologically feel unwell and weak and making them susceptible to the feelings of isolation.
Some possible physical problems include effects on the astronauts cardiovascular system, bones, muscles, space radiation, hematologic system, immunologic system, loss of mass and motion sickness. As these possible symptoms are very real, we have taken the precautionary extra step to ensure none occur on our astronauts by setting Lucy Turton (our Mission Specialist) to the mission of providing medical miracle medicine.TimeAstronauts may be affected by time and routine changes, which can cause them to become disorientated, if in space for a long time, as well as continue to be disorientated when back on Earth. The astronauts may possibly face issuesproblems with food, water and gas (oxygen and carbon dioxide) shortages because of the time they are in space for.EnvironmentThe Aestorizer 1000 must be monitored regularly to ensure it is free from contamination. This contamination can be caused by the off-gassing of vapors from items such as plastic and tape. They can also be caused by microbes, for instance, bacteria and fungi growth that is unconsciously carried to the spacecraft on the crew and supplies. The air, water and surface must be tested to find any contamination as they will alert the crew of any increases of contaminated particles.This is done by changing the air filters, cleaning surfaces and treating water.
The Non-Renewable Resources the Asteroid hasOur non-renewable resource that we will be sourcing from our asteroid the 2005 YU55.We will be obtaining the uranium by using multiple veins of uranium just under the surface of the asteroid. We will be using new technology to send out a robotic arm to drill through the surface of the asteroid to mine the uranium and collect the materials bringing it back to the ship into a deserted compartment with protective shields to ensure it is safe and not interfered with.How will we use it to expand the space exploration programs?Uranium is a non-renewable resource which has been used in medical treatments for things such as cancer. We will be using it to improve our space crafts as uranium can be used for making radiation shields and counterweights and we will also use uranium for creating electricity - especially for future missions.
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