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DOWNLOADThe Lord’s My Shepherd (Tune 5) Piano Play-along 2 by Stewart Townsend(#1146) All Content in this page is the property of original owner and is presented only for indexing and showing purposes.The present invention relates generally to an electromagnetic lens assembly and, more particularly, to an electromagnetic lens assembly for focusing a converging beam, a diverging beam, or any combination thereof.
Electromagnetic lenses, particularly those used for focusing or the reduction of a beam to a small spot, typically require a large and powerful coil. Such a lens may include a resonant coil for producing an electrical field of a special frequency, and a ferrite lens element capable of polarizing a beam passing therethrough and focusing the beam. Such lenses are typically large and bulky in order to provide sufficient magnetic field strength and an appropriate electrical field. In some applications where electrical fields are used to control the operation of an apparatus, it is desirable to provide a smaller and more compact lens which is less expensive and which has a reduced weight.
By way of example, referring to FIG. 1, there is shown an illustration of a beam which is converging in a conventional lens. In FIG. 1, a converging beam 34 is presented to a conventional lens 20. Lens 20 includes a ferrite element 22 having a focal point 24. Ferrite element 22 is positioned adjacent to a resonant coil 26. Coil 26 is of sufficient size and strength to polarize the ferrite element 22 and converge the beam 34. Generally, such lenses operate only for a fixed focal point.
In operation, the electrical field produced by coil 26 is focused on ferrite element 22, and polarized ferrite element 22 acts as a lens which focuses the beam 34 on focal point 24. Because of the size and weight of the lens 20, the use of an electromagnetic lens as a focusing mechanism for a laser beam is impractical. In fact, the size of conventional electromagnetic lenses has been considered to be large enough to justify the use of a high power laser, for example, as a source of heat to melt metallic particles on a target surface. In addition, the size of conventional lenses has been considered to be large enough to afford the use of a laser beam for welding or cutting without damaging the workpiece.
There is a need, however, for an electromagnetic lens which is compact and light in weight. There is also a need for an electromagnetic lens which–H

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How to parse a document with xpages

i have a xpage which will take data from a document and past it to the backend.
At the moment it works fine, but I have a problem with some words, the parse of the document is a bit strange and I can’t just translate the words.
I am taking from a document:

små kontor.

The parse is:

små kontor.

What I want is:

små kontoret.

I guess it is because it is just a document but if I use with contentType:


it doesn’t work at all.
I have also tried to insert a document in the data source, but there is just no effect.
private void openDoc() {
try {
setDocumentAsDataSource(“Doc”, “application/pdf”);
getSecurityCtx().addUser(“”, “test”);
getSecurityCtx().removeUser(“”, “test”);
getSecurityCtx().addUser(“”, “test2”);
getSecurityCtx().removeUser(“”, “test2”);
FacesContext.getCurrentInstance().addMessage(“event.document.opened”, “”);
Document doc = new Document(“Doc”);
Document doc1 = (Document)FacesUtils.renderAsPdf(doc);
} catch (Exception e) {
System.out.println(“Error: ” + e.getMessage());

The last one looks really weird.
I think I am not using the correct contentType. It looks like it wants to parse a document, not a xpage.


It turned out to be a really simple issue. I was using a xpage with a document (


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