To help you organize the material each clip is exported with all the metadata entered into QTAKE including chapters, notes and multiple IN/OUT points. Once imported into Final Cut the clips can be sorted and grouped by Scene/Shot/Take or original filenames. Optionally you can select to export the FCP XML with CAMERA MEDIA filenames to make it easier to reconnect to the original footage. The metadata that Final Cut supports is mapped into the corresponding fields within the application.
Viewed 1000+ timesYou Asked Hi tom. As you know, you can retrieve the password in Oracle form by usingthe get_application_property built-in.How can I \"hide\" the password if developers want to get the password this wayI think that there is not security if somone else can retrieve the password that belongs to the owner of a application.Is there any way to avoid this built-in functionOn the other hand, how can I connect from Oracle Forms withlogon built-in if I'm using the OPS$ user Thanx in advance and Tom said...well, why wouldn't the developers just create their own login screen then and ask for the username/password. Now the password is just a text item to them. The developer would just use their own login screen, and the end user could never tell the difference.If you distrust your developers so much, you need to hire new developers.Code reviews of developed code is what you use to prevent this \"trojan horse\" issue from happening. You need to review code prior to having said code put into production.what is to prevent the developer from reading the users hard drive and mailing themselves password files for later crack attempts (or reading any sensitive data and sending it to themselves). If you don't trust the software you deploy, you have huge problems.Using ops$ accounts is easy. Just enter / in the login. Rating (14 ratings)Is this answer out of date If it is, please let us know via a Comment Comments Comment I disagreeJuan Carlos Reyes, July 02, 2002 - 7:58 pm UTC 153554b96e