How to Check How many Sessions are Active in Temenos Transact (T24)?
Get Temenos T24 Release Version in BrowserWeb
This can be important to check when you have a user limited license from Temenos. So when you see a screen like this You might want to check the active users. So let’s check how many users are active in the system. First log on as INPUTT user then type OS.TOKEN in the command line […]
Temenos T24 Menu Opens a Different Version than the Menu Shows?
If you do not have access to run tVersion on the server there is another way to find out what release you are using. Log in to BrowserWeb with a user that has inputter role. Type SPF in the command line. Type SYSTEM in the text box and click on the magnifier (View a contract) […]
NGINX Reverse Proxy for Docker Containers and for Portainer
Does the Temenos T24 menu open a different version than the menu shows? Yes, that could happen. Here is how you can check it.
Moodle – Connecting to an Active Directory with PHP using LDAPs Connection
Another day in Paradise. So on this beautiful day, I was wondering how I can set up a reverse proxy for Atoma’s test and release tool. Every module of the product runs on different ports and for our clients, it is really a pain in the ass to open up ports on their firewalls. Banking […]
Best Way to Fix Microsoft Sticky Notes
PHP and LDAP are not good friends. I had always issues connecting to a Microsoft Active Directory with PHP using the php_ldap module. And it was always a pain in the ass to figure out what went wrong or why it does not want to connect. My Moodle did not want to connect to the […]
Moodle Analytics – Part 3. – Setting up TensorBoard to view the Model Results in cPanel
Today I have faced an issue that Sticky Notes did not start. It turned out that recently, Sticky Notes received a much-needed update for the Windows 10. I have found this solution the Guiding Tech blog “Top 8 Ways to Fix Sticky Notes Not Working on Windows 10” post so I installed the update using […]
Moodle Analytics – Part 2. – Setting up the Python Machine Learning Backend in Moodle
After evaluating a model you will get the following message in Moodle: Launch TensorBoard from command line by typing: tensorboard –logdir=’/path_to_your_moodledata/models/4/1566208427/evaluation/coreanalyticstime_splittingquarters/logs/1566583192278/tensor’ Installing moodlemlbackend is a prerequisite to view the model results. Read this quick guide on how to setup the prerequisites. The moodlemlbackend package comes with an older version of TensorFlow package which contains a […]
Moodle Analytics – Part 1. – Setting up the Python Machine Learning Backend in cPanel
Once the Python Machine Learning Backend has been installed on the server, it is time to change the Moodle settings for better analytics. Here are the steps.
Open a Till for an existing User in BrowserWeb
Moodle Analytics machine learning models were introduced in Moodle 3.7.Moodle currently supports two predictions processors: PHP machine learning backend which comes with the core installation Python machine learning backend which is using TensorFlow and much more accurate than the PHP backend and which is recommended over the PHP by MoodleDev. Python backend requires python binary […]
What can I say? TELLER is a nightmare in T24. But of course, it has to be tested also. Here is a quick guide how to open a till for a user in BrowserWeb.