Re: [xwiki-users] virtual workspaces

2008-09-30 Thread Dan Svoboda
Jerome,

I think I now have it working. I edited the database by changing the  
xwd_author, xwd_content_author, and xwd_creator fields in all entries  
in the xwikidoc table from 'XWiki.Admin' to 'xwiki:XWiki.Admin'.

e.g. UPDATE XWIKIDOC SET XWD_AUTHOR = 'xwiki:XWiki.Admin' WHERE 1=1;

I can create the main workspace, and other workspaces. I can also  
promote Simple members to Power user or Global admin.

Do you think I'll run into problems using this workaround?

Thanks,

Dan

On Sep 29, 2008, at 11:57 AM, Jerome Velociter wrote:

 Are you now able to create the organization space ?

 Jerome.

 Dan Svoboda wrote:
 Here's something that's going to be confusing. I wanted to make  
 sure that the result from my previous post was not due to an error  
 in the way I created the workspaces site from xem. So, I repeated  
 the site creation, and ran the same script.

 Result: xwiki:XWiki.Admin
 Dan


 On Sep 29, 2008, at 12:39 PM, Dan Svoboda wrote:

 I ran this in workspaces:

 $xwiki.getDocument(XWSCode.CreateOrgSpace).author

 Result:

 XWiki.XWikiGuest
 Dan


 On Sep 29, 2008, at 10:57 AM, Jerome Velociter wrote:

 Indeed, it must be something else, and I could not reproduce this  
 behavior :(

 Could you run the following line from the manager wiki, and  
 verify it is actually xwiki:XWiki.Admin and not XWiki.Admin :

 $xwiki.getDocument(yourwiki:XWSCode.CreateNewWorkspace).author

 (where yourwiki is the wiki identifier you used for the  
 workspaces wiki).
 Also, can you look into the logs of the web app to see if there  
 is anything suspicious ?

 Thanks,
 Jerome.

 Dan Svoboda wrote:
 The answer is 4

 So I guess I have programming rights, and there's some other  
 problem.

 Dan


 On Sep 29, 2008, at 10:33 AM, Jerome Velociter wrote:

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Re: [xwiki-users] virtual workspaces

2008-09-29 Thread Jerome Velociter
Hello Dan,

Thank you for your interest in XWiki Workspaces.
I took advantage of your question to write a complete tutorial on how to 
setup a XWiki Workspaces farm:
http://workspaces.xwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/AdminGuide/VirtualXWikiWorkspacesFarm

You had all the initial steps right, so you can jump directly to the 
last section 
(http://workspaces.xwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/AdminGuide/VirtualXWikiWorkspacesFarm#HPreparingandimportingXWikiWorkspacesXAR)
 
where I explain that several pages from the Workspaces XAR needs to be 
saved with programming rights, and how you can prepare the XAR to have 
this done automatically when importing it.

A last step would be to create a template wiki or XAR package for a 
smoother creation of XWiki Workspaces virtual instances. Unfortunately 
we are sometimes facing an issue when doing this with XWiki Workspaces, 
so I will only add this section once this is resolved.

Regards,
Jerome.


Dan Svoboda wrote:
 First time question.

 I've been using workspaces with success for several months. I'm trying  
 to have several virtual xwiki-workspaces sites under the enterprise  
 manager system.

 Here's what I've done:

 1. created a site from a war file using xwiki-workspaces-web-1.2- 
 milestone-1.war
 2. added the enterprise manager jar file to WEB-INF/lib
 3. added a line in xwiki.cfg to activate enterprise manager plugin;  
 set xwiki.virtual=1
 4. created 'xwiki' database in mysql, gave xwiki user all rights on  
 everything
 5. started tomcat, and navigated to bin/main/view/WebHome
 6. clicked on 'Administration' link, and arrived at the import page
 7. imported xwiki-enterprise-manager-wiki-administrator-1.3.xar
 8. created new site, giving Admin user all rights on new site,  
 uploading xwiki-workspaces-wiki-1.2-milestone-1.xar
 9. navigate to new site, and log in as Admin

 I used the workspaces war file for the main application since it uses  
 v1.5.2 and enterprise manager war file would only supply v1.5.1

 Here's the problem:

 While the Admin user on the workspaces site can edit things,  
 workspaces cannot be created. Moreover, on the user administration  
 page, Administrator is listed as a simple member. Also, the arrows to  
 promote members to power user or global admin are missing. I'm able to  
 create users, but they're simple users as well.

 Thank you in advance for any help you can provide.

 Dan


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Re: [xwiki-users] virtual workspaces

2008-09-29 Thread Jerome Velociter
Hello Dan,

Better reply to the list than to myself directly so that knowledge is 
available for everybody and searchable through the archives.

Concerning your problem, I have a question : did you imported the 
prepared XAR over an already imported XAR ? If this is the case, it 
means you were probably logged-in with the local administrator, and not 
the one from the manager wiki. In this case, you should first delete the 
local administrator (delete the XWiki.Admin page) and reimport the 
prepared xar, as global admin.

Hope this help, tell me if it was your problem.

Jerome.

Dan Svoboda wrote:
 Jerome,

 Thanks for taking the time to write the tutorial.

 I believe that I've followed the instructions to the letter, but still 
 have the same result as before.

 I was a bit confused by the instruction to: 
 Connect to your newly create wiki, and *login with the credentials of 
 an administrator of the manager wiki*.

 After creating the empty wiki from the wiki manager (logged in as 
 Admin), I then go directly to the new, empty wiki. I'm now able to 
 import the archive that was prepared according to your instructions, 
 by navigating to /bin/admin/XWiki/Import. (Am I already logged in 
 correctly, or do I have to log out and re-log in as some other user 
 name? I tried xwiki:Admin, and that gave an error.)

 After importing the archive, I still can't create workspaces, the 
 Admin user is still listed as a Simple Member, and the arrows to 
 promote members to Power User or Global Admin are still not present.

 Cheers,

 Dan

 Hello Dan,

 Thank you for your interest in XWiki Workspaces.
 I took advantage of your question to write a complete tutorial on how to 
 setup a XWiki Workspaces farm:
 http://workspaces.xwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/AdminGuide/VirtualXWikiWorkspacesFarm

 You had all the initial steps right, so you can jump directly to the 
 last section 
 (http://workspaces.xwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/AdminGuide/VirtualXWikiWorkspacesFarm#HPreparingandimportingXWikiWorkspacesXAR)
  
 where I explain that several pages from the Workspaces XAR needs to be 
 saved with programming rights, and how you can prepare the XAR to have 
 this done automatically when importing it.

 A last step would be to create a template wiki or XAR package for a 
 smoother creation of XWiki Workspaces virtual instances. Unfortunately 
 we are sometimes facing an issue when doing this with XWiki Workspaces, 
 so I will only add this section once this is resolved.

 Regards,
 Jerome.



 Dan Svoboda wrote:
 First time question.

 I've been using workspaces with success for several months. I'm trying  
 to have several virtual xwiki-workspaces sites under the enterprise  
 manager system.

 Here's what I've done:

 1. created a site from a war file using xwiki-workspaces-web-1.2- 
 milestone-1.war
 2. added the enterprise manager jar file to WEB-INF/lib
 3. added a line in xwiki.cfg to activate enterprise manager plugin;  
 set xwiki.virtual=1
 4. created 'xwiki' database in mysql, gave xwiki user all rights on  
 everything
 5. started tomcat, and navigated to bin/main/view/WebHome
 6. clicked on 'Administration' link, and arrived at the import page
 7. imported xwiki-enterprise-manager-wiki-administrator-1.3.xar
 8. created new site, giving Admin user all rights on new site,  
 uploading xwiki-workspaces-wiki-1.2-milestone-1.xar
 9. navigate to new site, and log in as Admin

 I used the workspaces war file for the main application since it uses  
 v1.5.2 and enterprise manager war file would only supply v1.5.1

 Here's the problem:

 While the Admin user on the workspaces site can edit things,  
 workspaces cannot be created. Moreover, on the user administration  
 page, Administrator is listed as a simple member. Also, the arrows to  
 promote members to power user or global admin are missing. I'm able to  
 create users, but they're simple users as well.

 Thank you in advance for any help you can provide.

 Dan


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Re: [xwiki-users] virtual workspaces

2008-09-29 Thread Dan Svoboda
No, I started with a completely fresh workspaces. No local Admin user.  
In fact, in the Links panel, the My Profile link points to the  
Admin user on the xem site.

Dan

On Sep 29, 2008, at 10:03 AM, Jerome Velociter wrote:

 Hello Dan,

 Better reply to the list than to myself directly so that knowledge  
 is available for everybody and searchable through the archives.

 Concerning your problem, I have a question : did you imported the  
 prepared XAR over an already imported XAR ? If this is the case,  
 it means you were probably logged-in with the local administrator,  
 and not the one from the manager wiki. In this case, you should  
 first delete the local administrator (delete the XWiki.Admin page)  
 and reimport the prepared xar, as global admin.

 Hope this help, tell me if it was your problem.

 Jerome.

 Dan Svoboda wrote:
 Jerome,

 Thanks for taking the time to write the tutorial.

 I believe that I've followed the instructions to the letter, but  
 still have the same result as before.

 I was a bit confused by the instruction to: Connect to your newly  
 create wiki, and *login with the credentials of an administrator of  
 the manager wiki*.

 After creating the empty wiki from the wiki manager (logged in as  
 Admin), I then go directly to the new, empty wiki. I'm now able to  
 import the archive that was prepared according to your  
 instructions, by navigating to /bin/admin/XWiki/Import. (Am I  
 already logged in correctly, or do I have to log out and re-log in  
 as some other user name? I tried xwiki:Admin, and that gave an  
 error.)

 After importing the archive, I still can't create workspaces, the  
 Admin user is still listed as a Simple Member, and the arrows to  
 promote members to Power User or Global Admin are still not present.

 Cheers,

 Dan

 Hello Dan,

 Thank you for your interest in XWiki Workspaces.
 I took advantage of your question to write a complete tutorial on  
 how to setup a XWiki Workspaces farm:
 http://workspaces.xwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/AdminGuide/VirtualXWikiWorkspacesFarm

 You had all the initial steps right, so you can jump directly to  
 the last section 
 (http://workspaces.xwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/AdminGuide/VirtualXWikiWorkspacesFarm#HPreparingandimportingXWikiWorkspacesXAR
  
 ) where I explain that several pages from the Workspaces XAR needs  
 to be saved with programming rights, and how you can prepare the  
 XAR to have this done automatically when importing it.

 A last step would be to create a template wiki or XAR package for  
 a smoother creation of XWiki Workspaces virtual instances.  
 Unfortunately we are sometimes facing an issue when doing this  
 with XWiki Workspaces, so I will only add this section once this  
 is resolved.

 Regards,
 Jerome.



 Dan Svoboda wrote:
 First time question.

 I've been using workspaces with success for several months. I'm  
 trying  to have several virtual xwiki-workspaces sites under the  
 enterprise  manager system.

 Here's what I've done:

 1. created a site from a war file using xwiki-workspaces-web-1.2-  
 milestone-1.war
 2. added the enterprise manager jar file to WEB-INF/lib
 3. added a line in xwiki.cfg to activate enterprise manager  
 plugin;  set xwiki.virtual=1
 4. created 'xwiki' database in mysql, gave xwiki user all rights  
 on  everything
 5. started tomcat, and navigated to bin/main/view/WebHome
 6. clicked on 'Administration' link, and arrived at the import page
 7. imported xwiki-enterprise-manager-wiki-administrator-1.3.xar
 8. created new site, giving Admin user all rights on new site,   
 uploading xwiki-workspaces-wiki-1.2-milestone-1.xar
 9. navigate to new site, and log in as Admin

 I used the workspaces war file for the main application since it  
 uses  v1.5.2 and enterprise manager war file would only supply  
 v1.5.1

 Here's the problem:

 While the Admin user on the workspaces site can edit things,   
 workspaces cannot be created. Moreover, on the user  
 administration  page, Administrator is listed as a simple member.  
 Also, the arrows to  promote members to power user or global  
 admin are missing. I'm able to  create users, but they're simple  
 users as well.

 Thank you in advance for any help you can provide.

 Dan




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Re: [xwiki-users] virtual workspaces

2008-09-29 Thread Dan Svoboda
I just realized something else. I went to the rights management page  
in xem, and found that the Admin *user* did not have programming or  
admin rights. So, I checked those boxes and went through the site  
creation process, but still no joy. :-(

So, to summarize, I've made a new site owned by the global admin user  
who has programming and admin rights. But still the same on the  
workspaces site.

Dan

On Sep 29, 2008, at 10:07 AM, Jerome Velociter wrote:

 Dan Svoboda wrote:
 Hi Jerome,

 Something just occurred to me.

 In the tutorial, you say: XWiki Workspaces XAR contains several  
 pages that needs to be saved with programming rights to work  
 properly.

 But then, the only alteration to the XAR that you describe is to  
 change the backupPack property from true to false. What are these  
 several pages, and how do I change the programming rights?
 I have no complete list of such pages as of today, I'll try to make  
 it when I have some time. The back up pack property affects the fact  
 that the author of imported page is the original one (the one  
 written in the XAR) when set to true, or the user actually doing the  
 import, when set to false.
 You can give programming rights from the RMUI of the manager wiki. 
 (http://platform.xwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/Features/RightsManagement 
 )

 Regards,
 Jerome

 Cheers,

 Dan

 Begin forwarded message:

 *From: *Dan Svoboda [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] 
 
 *Date: *September 29, 2008 10:44:29 AM EDT
 *To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]
 *Subject: **Re: virtual workspaces*

 Jerome,

 Thanks for taking the time to write the tutorial.

 I believe that I've followed the instructions to the letter, but  
 still have the same result as before.

 I was a bit confused by the instruction to: Connect to your newly  
 create wiki, and *login with the credentials of an administrator  
 of the manager wiki*.

 After creating the empty wiki from the wiki manager (logged in as  
 Admin), I then go directly to the new, empty wiki. I'm now able to  
 import the archive that was prepared according to your  
 instructions, by navigating to /bin/admin/XWiki/Import. (Am I  
 already logged in correctly, or do I have to log out and re-log in  
 as some other user name? I tried xwiki:Admin, and that gave an  
 error.)

 After importing the archive, I still can't create workspaces, the  
 Admin user is still listed as a Simple Member, and the arrows to  
 promote members to Power User or Global Admin are still not present.

 Cheers,

 Dan

 Hello Dan,

 Thank you for your interest in XWiki Workspaces.
 I took advantage of your question to write a complete tutorial on  
 how to setup a XWiki Workspaces farm:
 http://workspaces.xwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/AdminGuide/VirtualXWikiWorkspacesFarm

 You had all the initial steps right, so you can jump directly to  
 the last section 
 (http://workspaces.xwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/AdminGuide/VirtualXWikiWorkspacesFarm#HPreparingandimportingXWikiWorkspacesXAR
  
 ) where I explain that several pages from the Workspaces XAR  
 needs to be saved with programming rights, and how you can  
 prepare the XAR to have this done automatically when importing  
 it.

 A last step would be to create a template wiki or XAR package for  
 a smoother creation of XWiki Workspaces virtual instances.  
 Unfortunately we are sometimes facing an issue when doing this  
 with XWiki Workspaces, so I will only add this section once this  
 is resolved.

 Regards,
 Jerome.



 Dan Svoboda wrote:
 First time question.

 I've been using workspaces with success for several months. I'm  
 trying  to have several virtual xwiki-workspaces sites under the  
 enterprise  manager system.

 Here's what I've done:

 1. created a site from a war file using xwiki-workspaces- 
 web-1.2- milestone-1.war
 2. added the enterprise manager jar file to WEB-INF/lib
 3. added a line in xwiki.cfg to activate enterprise manager  
 plugin;  set xwiki.virtual=1
 4. created 'xwiki' database in mysql, gave xwiki user all rights  
 on  everything
 5. started tomcat, and navigated to bin/main/view/WebHome
 6. clicked on 'Administration' link, and arrived at the import  
 page
 7. imported xwiki-enterprise-manager-wiki-administrator-1.3.xar
 8. created new site, giving Admin user all rights on new site,   
 uploading xwiki-workspaces-wiki-1.2-milestone-1.xar
 9. navigate to new site, and log in as Admin

 I used the workspaces war file for the main application since it  
 uses  v1.5.2 and enterprise manager war file would only supply  
 v1.5.1

 Here's the problem:

 While the Admin user on the workspaces site can edit things,   
 workspaces cannot be created. Moreover, on the user  
 administration  page, Administrator is listed as a simple  
 member. Also, the arrows to  promote members to power user or  
 global admin are missing. I'm able to  create users, but they're  
 simple users as well.

 Thank you in advance for any help you can provide.

 Dan








Re: [xwiki-users] virtual workspaces

2008-09-29 Thread Jerome Velociter
Indeed, it must be something else, and I could not reproduce this 
behavior :(

Could you run the following line from the manager wiki, and verify it is 
actually xwiki:XWiki.Admin and not XWiki.Admin :

$xwiki.getDocument(yourwiki:XWSCode.CreateNewWorkspace).author

(where yourwiki is the wiki identifier you used for the workspaces wiki).
Also, can you look into the logs of the web app to see if there is 
anything suspicious ?

Thanks,
Jerome.

Dan Svoboda wrote:
 The answer is 4

 So I guess I have programming rights, and there's some other problem.

 Dan


 On Sep 29, 2008, at 10:33 AM, Jerome Velociter wrote:

 % print 2 + 2 %

 *Dan Svoboda*
 *Research Assistant Professor*
 *U Pitt Center for HIV Protein Interactions*
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 [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]*




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Re: [xwiki-users] virtual workspaces

2008-09-29 Thread Dan Svoboda
here's what I get:

xwiki:XWiki.Admin

I don't see anything suspicious in the logs.

Dan


On Sep 29, 2008, at 10:57 AM, Jerome Velociter wrote:

 Indeed, it must be something else, and I could not reproduce this  
 behavior :(

 Could you run the following line from the manager wiki, and verify  
 it is actually xwiki:XWiki.Admin and not XWiki.Admin :

 $xwiki.getDocument(yourwiki:XWSCode.CreateNewWorkspace).author

 (where yourwiki is the wiki identifier you used for the workspaces  
 wiki).
 Also, can you look into the logs of the web app to see if there is  
 anything suspicious ?

 Thanks,
 Jerome.

 Dan Svoboda wrote:
 The answer is 4

 So I guess I have programming rights, and there's some other problem.

 Dan


 On Sep 29, 2008, at 10:33 AM, Jerome Velociter wrote:

 % print 2 + 2 %

 *Dan Svoboda*
 *Research Assistant Professor*
 *U Pitt Center for HIV Protein Interactions*
 *(412)648-7262*
 [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]*






Dan Svoboda
Research Assistant Professor
U Pitt Center for HIV Protein Interactions
(412)648-7262
[EMAIL PROTECTED]



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Re: [xwiki-users] virtual workspaces

2008-09-29 Thread Dan Svoboda
I ran this in workspaces:

$xwiki.getDocument(XWSCode.CreateOrgSpace).author

Result:

XWiki.XWikiGuest

Dan


On Sep 29, 2008, at 10:57 AM, Jerome Velociter wrote:

 Indeed, it must be something else, and I could not reproduce this  
 behavior :(

 Could you run the following line from the manager wiki, and verify  
 it is actually xwiki:XWiki.Admin and not XWiki.Admin :

 $xwiki.getDocument(yourwiki:XWSCode.CreateNewWorkspace).author

 (where yourwiki is the wiki identifier you used for the workspaces  
 wiki).
 Also, can you look into the logs of the web app to see if there is  
 anything suspicious ?

 Thanks,
 Jerome.

 Dan Svoboda wrote:
 The answer is 4

 So I guess I have programming rights, and there's some other problem.

 Dan


 On Sep 29, 2008, at 10:33 AM, Jerome Velociter wrote:

 % print 2 + 2 %

 *Dan Svoboda*
 *Research Assistant Professor*
 *U Pitt Center for HIV Protein Interactions*
 *(412)648-7262*
 [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]*






Dan Svoboda
Research Assistant Professor
U Pitt Center for HIV Protein Interactions
(412)648-7262
[EMAIL PROTECTED]



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Re: [xwiki-users] virtual workspaces

2008-09-29 Thread Dan Svoboda
Here's something that's going to be confusing. I wanted to make sure  
that the result from my previous post was not due to an error in the  
way I created the workspaces site from xem. So, I repeated the site  
creation, and ran the same script.

Result: xwiki:XWiki.Admin

Dan


On Sep 29, 2008, at 12:39 PM, Dan Svoboda wrote:

 I ran this in workspaces:

 $xwiki.getDocument(XWSCode.CreateOrgSpace).author

 Result:

 XWiki.XWikiGuest

 Dan


 On Sep 29, 2008, at 10:57 AM, Jerome Velociter wrote:

 Indeed, it must be something else, and I could not reproduce this  
 behavior :(

 Could you run the following line from the manager wiki, and verify  
 it is actually xwiki:XWiki.Admin and not XWiki.Admin :

 $xwiki.getDocument(yourwiki:XWSCode.CreateNewWorkspace).author

 (where yourwiki is the wiki identifier you used for the workspaces  
 wiki).
 Also, can you look into the logs of the web app to see if there is  
 anything suspicious ?

 Thanks,
 Jerome.

 Dan Svoboda wrote:
 The answer is 4

 So I guess I have programming rights, and there's some other  
 problem.

 Dan


 On Sep 29, 2008, at 10:33 AM, Jerome Velociter wrote:

 % print 2 + 2 %

 *Dan Svoboda*
 *Research Assistant Professor*
 *U Pitt Center for HIV Protein Interactions*
 *(412)648-7262*
 [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]*






 Dan Svoboda
 Research Assistant Professor
 U Pitt Center for HIV Protein Interactions
 (412)648-7262
 [EMAIL PROTECTED]




Dan Svoboda
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U Pitt Center for HIV Protein Interactions
(412)648-7262
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Re: [xwiki-users] virtual workspaces

2008-09-29 Thread Jerome Velociter
Are you now able to create the organization space ?

Jerome.

Dan Svoboda wrote:
 Here's something that's going to be confusing. I wanted to make sure 
 that the result from my previous post was not due to an error in the 
 way I created the workspaces site from xem. So, I repeated the site 
 creation, and ran the same script.

 Result: xwiki:XWiki.Admin 

 Dan


 On Sep 29, 2008, at 12:39 PM, Dan Svoboda wrote:

 I ran this in workspaces:

 $xwiki.getDocument(XWSCode.CreateOrgSpace).author

 Result:

 XWiki.XWikiGuest 

 Dan


 On Sep 29, 2008, at 10:57 AM, Jerome Velociter wrote:

 Indeed, it must be something else, and I could not reproduce this 
 behavior :(

 Could you run the following line from the manager wiki, and verify 
 it is actually xwiki:XWiki.Admin and not XWiki.Admin :

 $xwiki.getDocument(yourwiki:XWSCode.CreateNewWorkspace).author

 (where yourwiki is the wiki identifier you used for the workspaces 
 wiki).
 Also, can you look into the logs of the web app to see if there is 
 anything suspicious ?

 Thanks,
 Jerome.

 Dan Svoboda wrote:
 The answer is 4

 So I guess I have programming rights, and there's some other problem.

 Dan


 On Sep 29, 2008, at 10:33 AM, Jerome Velociter wrote:

 % print 2 + 2 %

 *Dan Svoboda*
 *Research Assistant Professor*
 *U Pitt Center for HIV Protein Interactions*
 *(412)648-7262*
 [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] 
 mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]*






 *Dan Svoboda*
 *Research Assistant Professor*
 *U Pitt Center for HIV Protein Interactions*
 *(412)648-7262*
 [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]*




 *Dan Svoboda*
 *Research Assistant Professor*
 *U Pitt Center for HIV Protein Interactions*
 *(412)648-7262*
 [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]*




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