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After an extended period of intense software development, we are pleased to announce the release of Recital 10 which is a milestone in our development efforts.
 
Recital 10 is comprised of major new versions of all of our products (which are all now Cluster Ready) as well as some new products, and a collection of open source technologies fully supported by ourselves to our customer base. 

The Recital 10 release notes can be found here.
  • Recital

    A powerful scripting language with an embedded database used for developing desktop database applications on Linux and Unix.

  • Recital Server

    A cross-platform SQL database and application server.

  • Recital Web

    A server-side scripting language with an embedded SQL database for creating web 2.0 web applications.

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There is a good article on the gluster website here which gives some good information regarding file system optimization suitable for a HA Recital cluster solution.

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This MSDN article provides good details about IE CSS compatibility issues.
http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc351024(VS.85).aspx
 
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When the node is clicked set editable to false. Set editable to true in the double-click event handler.
// the click event handler 
private function onclick_sourcetree(e:Event):void  {     
    yourTree.editable = false; 
}  

// the doubleclick event handler  
private function ondoubleclick_sourcetree(e:Event):void  {     
    yourTree.editable = true;    
    yourTree.editedItemPosition = {columnIndex:0, rowIndex:sourceTree.selectedIndex}; 
} 
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lslk lists information about locks held on files with local inodes on systems running linux.

Install it with:

yum install lslk
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In Linux you can run lsof and pipe it though grep for the files you are interested in, for example;
$ lsof | grep db.exe | grep accounts
db.exe    16897      john    6uw     REG      253,0    20012    3413872 /usr/recital100/qa/accounts.dbf
db.exe    16897      john    7u      REG      253,0     4176    3413885 /usr/recital100/qa/accounts.dbx
If you want to check for locks you can use lslk, for example;
$ lslk | grep db.exe | grep accounts
db.exe    16897 253,0 3413872 20012  w 0  0  0 12319   0 /usr/recital100/qa/accounts.dbf
If you don't have lslk installed you can install it with one of the updaters, for example on redhat linux:
$ yum update lslk

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In an interesting article at Linux Magazine, Sam Ockman discusses the origin of the term "Open Source". Check it out here.
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TIP
To access the menu bar in Recital, press the / key.

Full details on Recital Function Keys can be found in the Key Assist section of the Help menu, or in our documentation wiki here.
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