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Reset dyn/admin password
Update password from console
<update-item item-descriptor="user" id="iuser3610149" >
<set-property name="password" value="21232f297a57a5a743894a0e4a801fc3" />
</update-item>

From database query
Update DAS_ACCOUNT set PASSWORD='21232f297a57a5a743894a0e4a801fc3' where ACCOUNT_NAME='admin'; password would be admin again. or else drop entire das

password would be admin again.
or else drop entire das table

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Endeca Record Store

 Record Store

The Record Store is a Web service that provides persistent storage for generations of records that can later be accessed by Forge for baseline and partial updates or by CAS for acquisition processing.

The Endeca Record Store is integrated with the Endeca CAS Server to directly store output in the Record Store instead of sending output to files.

The Record Store has a WSDL interface and also a Record Store Command-line Utility. The CAS Server writes crawl output from each data source to a unique Record Store instance.

The Record Store has the following features.

  • Provides an efficient repository for records, Instead of having source records residing in different directories; they can be consolidated in one place. This consolidation eliminates the need to copy and move source files among different directories.
  • Retrieves baseline and incremental records, we can store records from both Forge baseline and incremental crawls in the Record Store. You can then run a Forge baseline using all the stored records.

 Note that CAS crawler or Forge baseline/incremental crawler update record score.

  • Operates asynchronously, an application (such as the CAS Server) can write records into a Record Store while, at the same time, Forge can read in records to process. Each process runs isolated from changes that the other is currently making.
  • Operates as a lookup table, Forge can process a record of one type (say, Order records) and then look up a record of another type (say, Product records) for a join.
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A free cultural work (free content) is, according to the Definition of free cultural works, one that has no significant legal restriction on people's freedom to: use the content and benefit from using it, study the content and apply what is learned, make and distribute copies of the content, change and improve the content and distribute these derivative works.
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Eisenhower, who died in March 1969. Proposals in Congress to honor him on a coin led to a dispute over whether the new coin was to contain silver. In 1970, a compromise was reached to strike it in base metal for circulation, and in 40% silver as a collectible. Although the collector's pieces sold well, the new dollars failed to circulate, except in and around Nevada casinos, where they took the place of privately issued tokens.

Coins from 1975 and 1976 bear a double date, 1776–1976, and a special reverse by Dennis R. Williams in honor of the Bicentennial. To replace the Eisenhower dollar with a smaller-sized piece, Congress authorized the Susan B. Anthony dollar, struck beginning in 1979, but that coin also failed to circulate.

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Eisenhower, who died in March 1969. Proposals in Congress to honor him on a coin led to a dispute over whether the new coin was to contain silver. In 1970, a compromise was reached to strike it in base metal for circulation, and in 40% silver as a collectible. Although the collector's pieces sold well, the new dollars failed to circulate, except in and around Nevada casinos, where they took the place of privately issued tokens.

Coins from 1975 and 1976 bear a double date, 1776–1976, and a special reverse by Dennis R. Williams in honor of the Bicentennial. To replace the Eisenhower dollar with a smaller-sized piece, Congress authorized the Susan B. Anthony dollar, struck beginning in 1979, but that coin also failed to circulate.

See in details
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