You've got a PDF with bookmarks. You want one PDF file per book mark. Here's a quick way to accomplish that.
Recently I saw this comment on the CFTA mailing list:
None of the CAFM/IWMS vendors go inside the building with their GIS modules, nor do they provide the ability to do true GIS spatial analytics on your data. Typically they go down only as far as the building location level, represented by a point on the map
AERES takes GIS inside the building and lets you perform spatial analysis as well. AERES got this ability over two years ago in what I think is a classic example of our philosophy of "listen to your customers, not your competition." And so, here are examples of this functionality in action today:
Here's the setup. I have a MySQL table of existing data and a CSV file holding new data that I want to import. The file and database are not on the same server. The file has not been cleaned up. I expect this to be an ad-hoc, one off operation.
What I need is some way to put the data in the table and clean it up. If this were to be done on a regular basis, I'd write some production code. But since this is just some throw away code, I want to be as simple and direct as possible. Fortunately, the MySQL LOAD DATA statement is industrial strength and can get me where I need to be.
The Zend 1 approved way to switch the layout renderer is the pass the pluginClass parameter to Zend_Layout. Internally, Zend instantiates the class and passes only the layout to it. But what if you want your renderer to be configurable? There's no built-in way to pass configuration options to the plugin class, so the class has to roll its own.
Last year, we experimented with a summer internship program. Our short-term goal: tackle our work overflow. Long-term, we want to foster relationships with bright and capable students who might, upon graduating, enjoy full-time employment with us. Before I tell you how 2012 turned out and invite you to apply for our 2013 program, let me tell you a little about ideacode and our internship program.