Temenos T24 – Trace Flag 834 and When to Use It

TEMENOS T24 (T24) is a complete banking solution designed to meet the challenges faced by financial institutions in today’s competitive market. T24 provides a single, real-time view of clients across the entire enterprise, making it possible for banks to maximize returns and keep costs down. On computer systems with 64 or more CPU cores, use…

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Volvo Aero uses Siemens PLM and made the switch from Oracle to SQL Server

Volvo Aero, a subsidiary of AB Volvo, develops and manufactures high-technology components for aircraft, rocket, and gas turbine engines. The company partners with original equipment manufacturers such as General Electric, Pratt & Whitney, and Rolls-Royce to serve both private and military customers. That seems like some pretty important information to me so it makes you…

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OpenText Content World 2010 Presentation on Technical Architecture, Tips and Tricks

OpenText announced today via twitter that over 100 OTCW (OpenText Content World) breakout presentations were available for download. Steve Simpson (a Senior Principal Product Specialist from OpenText) did a presentation on OpenText eDOCS DM 5.3 – Technical Architecture, Tips and Tricks which goes through a bunch of the best practices and tips and tricks associated with running…

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Why You Should Upgrade Siemens Teamcenter to SQL Server 2008?

We’ve seen in previous blog posts how SQL Server stacks up against the competition when it comes to features, price, and performance but how does SQL Server stack up against itself? Siemens engineers visited the Microsoft Engineering Excellence Center Laboratory in Redmond, Washington to conduct their own heavy-load tests of Teamcenter running on SQL Server…

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A Technical Community Call to Arms

I have been blessed to be a part of the SQL Community for a few years now.  I know in my bio description it says that I have been working with SQL Server since 1996 and that is true but it was only a few years ago that I stopped being a “voyeur” and started…


Apparel Manufacturer Mammut Sports AG adopts ENOVIA V6 on SQL Server

  Mammut is a Swiss company that has specialized in mountain sports for 150+ years.  They recently announced the selection of ENOVIA V6 on SQL Server 2008 to manage the development processes from initial product design to sourcing, manufacturing and sales.  The Apparel and Footwear vertical is one of the fastest growing for PLM. ENOVIA…

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Seperate Servers for Dassault Systèmes ENOVIA V6

 Here is an easy-to-implement suggestion to optimize your setup right out of the gate: SQL Server runs best on a computer by itself, with ENOVIA V6 running on a separate physical computer. Why separate servers?The short answer—because it will make your life easier. The long answer—for these reasons: RAM Updates Hard disk configuration Security Hardware…

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What SQL Server Services Are Necessary for Dassault Enovia?

If you are having performance issues with your SQL Server system, the last thing you need is to have unnecessary services running, consuming resources that you need for productive work. A common issue I’ve found when I work on sites that are using SQL Server with Enovia is that unnecessary SQL Server services are running….

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Selecting the Right Database Platform for Siemens PLM Teamcenter

Today’s manufacturing companies depend on product lifecycle management (PLM) software solutions such as Teamcenter® to help globally distributed teams bring better products to market faster and at less cost. Microsoft SQL Server is a secure, reliable and scalable platform for business-critical applications like PLM, and it also dramatically lowers the total cost of ownership (TCO)…

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Choosing the Right Edition of SQL Server for Siemens Teamcenter

Teamcenter 8.1 can run on either the Standard or Enterprise Edition of SQL Server 2005 or 2008. Regardless of version and edition, you should always run on the latest SQL Server service pack, which you can find in the Downloads section of the SQL Server Developer Center. For most functional aspects of Teamcenter, SQL Server…

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