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The new SolidWorks Electrical 2D is powerful software that includes all the functionality required for electrical engineers to complete their projects. It allows you to work and collaborate easily on several electrical projects simultaneously, create comprehensive single or multi-line schematic diagrams, generate automatic reports and bills of materials, and even include manufacturing information or instructions. The line drawing planning tool, for example, provides innovative capabilities and can be used at any stage of the development process. With a large library of symbols, it allows designers to create simple yet powerful representations of the electrical wiring that are perfect for project management and reporting. You will also benefit from the extensive database of manufacturer parts that are updated frequently and available within the software. This allows you to search, find, and add the right motor, contactor, or any other electrical component when designing the electrical system. Using simple tools, you can draw and define connections between the components regardless of where they are in the design. In addition, cables or wires can be assigned even at this stage using the cabling window. After adding some terminals and selecting the right cable from the cable repository, you can assign its conductors as connections between electrical components. But, more importantly, it’s also linked automatically to the traditional detailed multi-line diagrams so you don’t have to wire things twice. This helps prevent errors as well as
The QuesGen database platform has been integral to allowing us to quickly and easily access data on our cohort of patients. Our goal in establishing the database was to better understand our patient population and to be able to have the ability for comparative analyses with like institutions.
The Foundation Center have focused on the ultimate uses and beneficiaries of the donations raised by the relief funds from all sources, and we have issued a comprehensive report on their funding activities and practices.1 While the scope of our 9/11-related efforts has expanded, we have continued to track the foundation and corporate response. Specifically, in the latest year we have added hundreds of new donors to our 9/11 database and thousands of individual gifts. This report provides an overview of 9/11 giving by institutional donors based on data compiled through September 2003, updating and expanding on the findings presented in our November 2002 report.2 The latest information was drawn primarily from 2001 and 2002 annual reports provided by foundation and corporate donors and from data reported by private foundations in their Form 990-PF tax returns. Information also comes from grantmaker news releases and Web sites and donor lists compiled by leading recipients, such as the September 11th Fund of the United Way of New York and the New York Community Trust and the American Red Cross.
WooCommerce User Guide Version 1.0 - September 2011 Contents WooCommerce User Guide Contents Getting Started Installation Automatic installation Manual Installation The final step Upgrade Instructions Automatic Upgrade Manual Upgrade The final step Dashboard Widgets Configuration General options Base Country/Region Allowed Countries Guest checkout Force SSL ShareThis Publisher ID WooCommerce CSS Page options Catalog Options Shipping options Shipping Methods Tax options Payment gateways Adding Products Attributes Adding attributes Product Types Adding a simple product Adding a grouped product Adding a downloadable product Adding a virtual product Adding a variable product Coupon management Order management WooCommerce Widgets WooCommerce Shortcodes Getting Started The first step in setting up your WooCommerce powered online store is of course installing the plugin itself. But before you do so, please check the minimum server requirements: ● ● ● ● ● An install of WordPress 3.0 or greater PHP 5.2.4 or greater MySQL 5.0 or greater The mod_rewrite Apache module (for permalinks) fsockopen support (for payment gateway IPN access) If these criteria are not met you will no doubt run into issues with WooCommerce. Installation There are two WooCommerce installation options; Automatic or Manual. Automatic installation Automatic installation is the easiest option as WordPress handles the file transfers itself and you don’t even need to leave your web browser. To do an automatic install of WooCommerce log in to your WordPress admin panel, navigate to the Plugins menu and click Add New. In the search field type “WooCommerce” and click Search Plugins. Once you’ve found the plugin you can view details about it such as the the point release, rating and description. Most importantly of course, you can install it by simply clicking Install Now. After clicking that link you will be asked if you’re sure you want to install the plugin. Click yes and WordPress will automatically complete the installation. It’s possible at this stage that you will be taken to a page requesting the FTP details of your webserver. This will be the case if you’ve not installed a plugin on this particular installation of WordPress before. If so, simply fill in your details to complete the installation.
Steps to convert PCF Files to CAEPIPE / CAESAR II Step 1: Install “SST License Manager (SSTLM)” in the PC that is identified as a “Server” for the “Translator” (PCF to CAEPIPE/CAESAR‐II) Step 2: Install the Translator on the PC you wish. Please note, both “Server (SSTLM)” and “Client (Translator)” may be installed in the same machine, if you wish. Step 3: Launch the translator to generate a Product Key. Send the same via email (email@example.com) to us. Upon request, you will be provided an “Activation Key” for evaluation. Step 4: Activate the product by installing the “Activation Key” provided to you. For details on Step 1 thru Step 4, refer “Security.pdf” supplied with “SST License Manager”. Step 5: Generate .PCF file (Piping Component File) from Piping Module of plant design software. Generation of .PCF file correctly from plant design software may require customization by plant design software Administrator. For details, please refer to your plant design software User’s Manual on generating and customizing .PCF files. Step 6: In your plant design software, Material Grades for the piping components are defined in the database by the administrator during the piping catalogue creation. Plant design software does not have provision for defining the engineering properties of the materials and hence they are not available in the database. On the other hand, Stress Analysis software (CAEPIPE or C‐II) requires the engineering properties of the materials defined and are mandatory. Hence, the translator is supplied with a Mapping DB through which user can define the engineering properties of the materials corresponding to the Material Grades defined in the plant design software database. For details, please refer to PD2CAEPIPE/PD2CII User’s Manual. This activity should be performed prior to the start of conversion of PCF Piping to CAEPIPE/CAESAR II for the first project. Mapping DB can be appended later with the material properties corresponding to the new material grades that are added into the plant design software Database. Please note, if the Mapping DB is not updated / modified by the user to suit the project requirement, then the translator will read the engineering proper...
Dalam proses pengadaan barang/jasa pemerintah yang dilaksanakan secara kontraktual, tidak jarang terjadi ketidakpuasan Pejabat Pembuat Komitmen (PPK) atas pelaksanaan kontrak oleh penyedia barang/jasa. Ketidakpuasan tersebut dapat berujung pada pemutusan kontrak secara sepihak oleh Pejabat Pembuat Komitmen yang diikuti dengan tindakan lainnya seperti penagihan pengembalian uang muka secara penuh dan memasukkan penyedia barang/jasa dalam daftar hitam. Sementara pihak penyedia barang/jasa tidak akan menerima begitu saja tindakan pemutusan kontrak oleh PPK. Pihak penyedia barang/jasa akan berusaha untuk mengajukan berbagai alasan dan pembelaan. Dengan demikian pemutusan kontrak dapat menimbulkan sengketa di antara PPK dengan Penyedia Barang/Jasa. Pemerintah Indonesia melalui Undang-Undang Nomor 30 Tahun 1999 tentang Arbitrase dan Alternatif Penyelesaian Sengketa Umum telah mengatur tata cara penyelesaian sengketa di antara para pihak yang berkontrak. Selain itu khusus untuk kontrak pengadaan barang/jasa pemerintah ketentuan tentang pemutusan kontrak dijumpai pula dalam Perpres nomor 54 tahun 2010. Penyelesaian sengketa dapat dilakukan dengan cara musyawarah di antara pihak yang bersengka, dan dapat pulah dilakukan dengan melelui jalur hukum di pengadilan. Tulisan ini mencoba membahas kelebihan dan kekurang dari cara penyelesaian sengketa tersebut.