The following would apply if you wanted to generate nodes according to a specific taxonomy term, but you didn't want to create a different view for each case.
For instance, we have a market place and in the preface region of our theme, we've setup a 3x3 panel, and in each of the 9 dials we want to demonstrate the latest product from a specific category.
We would create a new node type(Product) for our market products, and a taxonomy vocabulary(Product Categories), which we would then asign to the aforementioned node type. Finally, we would create a view with the following options:
While trying to install Solr in Centos, I noticed that Java 1.5 is required, however Java 1.4 is installed by default.
Now, in order not to have Tomcat start the old Java version, we need to uninstall it using a simple yum line:
sudo yum remove java
Next on the list is to install the new Java versions. Good thing it is included :)
Right after a fresh installation of phpMyAdmin, you open the main page with your favorite browser (ie explorer no doubt) and view the contents. Our beloved third party displays just fine, but at the bottom there lies the following warning:
Your PHP MySQL library version 5.0.91 differs from your MySQL server version 5.1.50. This may cause unpredictable behavior.
Nobody likes unpredictable behaviors. Check again... Nope, PHP and MySQL newer versions installed. Where does the warning come from? How to deal with this?