IBM Doors DXL: Alle eingeloggten User ausgeben


Alle eingeloggten User eines Modules sollen ausgegeben werden / Alle User Sessions angzeigt werden


Auslesen der Session History


Module m = read("/NDS/20 System/RS-System Requirements Specification");
HistorySession hs = null;

for hs in m do
	print number(hs) "," when(hs) "," who(hs) ",";

	string sBaseline=baseline(hs);
	if(sBaseline != null)
		print sBaseline;
	print "\n";

Celtic Guitar Fingerpicking Style: Cock up your beaver

In this stately scottish Jacobite song a young man is encouraged to tilt his beaverskin hat at a rakish angle as he rides off to fight the English.

This is not the best played version but the video is good for remember it after a longer time 😉

When first my brave Johnie lad came to this town,
He had a blue bonnet that wanted the crown;
But now he has gotten a hat and a feather,
Hey, brave Johnie lad, cock up your beaver!

Cock up your beaver, and cock it fu‘ sprush,
We’ll over the border, and gie them a brush;
There’s somebody there we’ll teach better behaviour,
Hey, brave Johnie lad, cock up your beaver!

Celtic Guitar Fingerpicking Style: Battle of aughrim

The Battle of Aughrim (Irish: Cath Eachroma) was the decisive battle of the Williamite War in Ireland. It was fought between the Jacobites and the forces of William III on 12 July 1691 (old style, equivalent to 22 July new style), near the village of Aughrim in County Galway.

The battle was one of the more bloody recorded fought on Irish soil – over 7,000 people were killed. It meant the effective end of Jacobitism in Ireland, although the city of Limerick held out until the autumn of 1691.