Month of July 2008 - Page Number 23

Showing 221 - 230 of 466 from July 2008
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  1. 221.
    The present invention shows a visual base solution on the issues of detecting data relationships by visually representing data and their interconnected relationships, either overt or oblique, that would be difficult to do in any standard tabled data model to date.
    IPCOM000172878D | Original Publication Date: 2008-Jul-17
  2. 222.
    The present disclosure provides processes for preparing a crystalline Form I of orlistat, which is tetrahydrolipstatin.
    IPCOM000172876D | 2008-Jul-17
  3. 223.
    With the popularity of web-based database applications, the need for easier ways of developing web pages is of prime importance. Several technologies have been developed from Java Server Pages to the recent Ruby on Rails* all with the goal of simplifying web page development. However, the solution always involves SQL ...
    IPCOM000172874D | Original Publication Date: 2008-Jul-17
  4. 224.
    Disclosed is an invention that has identified, categorized and aligned by industry standards - Enhanced Telecommunications Operations Map* (eTOM), Telecommunications Applications Map (TAM), Shared Information/Data Model (SID), Multi-Technology Operations System Interface (MTOSI) and Moving Picture Experts Group...
    IPCOM000172873D | Original Publication Date: 2008-Jul-17
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    IPCOM000172872D | 2008-Jul-17
  6. 226.
    Disclosed is a method for usage of disk technology for authentication systems like Kerberos* for enhanced performance.
    IPCOM000172871D | Original Publication Date: 2008-Jul-17
  7. 227.
    Fault Tolerant method of reporting errors and events in a distributed service processor environment
    IPCOM000172870D | Original Publication Date: 2008-Jul-17
  8. 228.
    A process to obtain BUDESONIDE [16alpha, 17 – [1(R,S) – Buthylidenedioxy]- 11beta, 21 – Dihydroxypregna – 1,4 – diene – 3, 20 - dione] is disclosed.
    IPCOM000172869D | 2008-Jul-17
  9. 229.
    IPCOM000172868D | Original Publication Date: 2008-Jul-17
  10. 230.
    Modern EGMs are capable of containing large quantities of dynamic RAM. Additionally, meter information consists of a maximum of 15 decimal digits per meter. There are quite a few meters described in the G2S protocol, however, the number is bounded so that developers can allocate a specific known maximum amount of...
    IPCOM000172866D | 2008-Jul-16