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If it is Do not extract paths, WinRAR will need to ask you to rename them because of file system limitations.I assume command line unrar won't be a problem in this case because you need to specify additional parameters to change its default behavior.

01 04 rar

It is possible for a RAR archive to have multiple files with the same name in the same directory. If you use Windows, use "C:\Program Files\WinRAR\Rar.exe"instead of rar on the command line in the following examples.

This is how you create a RAR file with multiple files of the same name in the same path. These steps will be similar in WinRAR. If you try to rename the file again, the file name of all files in that directory will change too.

The only explanation I can think of is that the person that created this archive wanted to imitate a version control/backup system. But if you want to extract only one specific version and it isn't the first one, WinRAR extracts the wrong file. It seems I've found a very obscure WinRAR bug :-)

I have a multipart .rar archive containing a single .tar.gz file inside it (don't ask why, that is just how it was made). I am missing a few of the parts, but do have the first part. I would like to extract as much of the .tar.gz as possible. How can I do that?

when it was done, I loaded the file in Deluge bittorrent client, and forced recheck, and I was only missing the percentage that I really didn't have, meaning the bittorrent client identified that I do have the true information between all the zeros I added.

I had a password protected RAR archive in 6 parts, but part4 was missing. I tried to use WinRAR's repair function but it said it couldn't find the recovery record. I tried the methods above but they didn't work and the extraction always stopped where the missing part started.

Finally, I decided to fool WinRAR into thinking parts 5 and 6 were a different archive and renamed them as "archive.part1.rar" and "archive.part2.rar". I then told WinRAR to extract the new part 1 and even though I got an error message saying it couldn't extract the file that ended at the beginning of the new part 1 (as it was missing some data from the missing part 4), it managed to extract all the other files from the original parts 5 and 6.

I had only the second part of two part rar archive, while unpacking part 2 as expected winrar popped a message saying the first part was missing; I also noticed that the full content of part two had been unpacked in the folder; so without touching winrar's popup message, I copied the unpacked files into another folder and then clicked on close in the winrar's popup message; the unpacked contents were deleted by winrar, but since I had copied them earlier into a different folder, I could use the unpacked content from that different folder.

If the offset you need to seek to isn't prime, then use a block size larger than one. dd can only seek to multiples of the output block size. dd really does make read and write system calls with that block size, so bs=1 really sucks.

A large ibs (input block size) would save half the CPU time, since seek is in units of obs (output block size). Or maybe there's some other tool which can seek to an arbitrary byte position and then do normal-sized I/Os. Or if you were scripting this, you could dd with bs=1 up to 32k-aligned, then maybe tail -c +$misalignment lastpart/file dd ... of=p1/file conv=notrunc bs=32k seek=$(( (full_size - lastpart_size + misalignment) / (32 * 1024) ))

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A .zip or .rar file is a file that stores and compresses one or more other files. Recently, I tried downloading albums from my Flickr account, but I often received the same error message when opening the .zip file: Unexpceted end of archive. Very frustrating; the message was still there even after redownloading that zip file.

There is, however, a solution. This will explain the solution when using WinRar, but it should also work in other popular file archive programs. Also, this error message can appear on various archive filetypes, including .rar, .zip, .tar, .tar.gz

You will then be asked in what folder the repaired archive should be saved. Choose a folder. The archive type should be the same as the file extension of the original file (so if it is a .zip file, choose ZIP and for a .rar. choose Rar). Click OK.

Below is an excerpt of financial data of two companies in the same line of business;By analyzing the above data, it is obvious that company B has a good ROI (Return on Investment) in fact 4.5 times that of company A and is the best place to invest in.

With this new information, it reveals that company A is performing better than the company B, though the financial figures were misleading. The reason for getting mislead; company B did not follow the standard accounting principles while recognizing the revenue.

With Accounting Standards, comparison between two entities is possible when both maintain the same principle, otherwise proper comparison is not possible. As in our case both companies observed different accounting principles and the results were extremely misleading.

IFRS (International Financial Reporting Standard) 15 is one such standard which lays down the rule to recognize and report Revenue from Contracts with Customers. It specifies how and when to recognize revenue as well as requiring entities to provide users of financial statements with more informative, relevant disclosures.

The main objective of the new standard IFRS 15 is to provide a single, comprehensive revenue recognition model for all customer contracts, improving comparability within and across industries and across capital markets.

Step 2: Identify all the individual performance obligations within the contractThis contract has two POBs (Performance Obligations) one delivery of device and the second one providing of data service over the period of 3 months.

Step 4: Allocate the price to Performance ObligationsWe have identified 2 POBs in this contract. The transaction price should be allocated between these 2 POBs in the ratio of their standalone selling price (SSP). As defined in IFRS 15, the SSP is the price at which an entity would sell a good or service separately to a customer. The SSP for device is 10,000 INR and for the 3 months subscription is 6,000 INR. Hence, the allocation amount for the Device will be 8,125 INR and for 3 months subscription will be 4,875 INR.

Step 5: Recognize revenue as the performance obligations are fulfilledThe revenue for the Device POB will be recognized as and when the device is delivered, which in our case is in the 1st month. Revenue relating to Subscription POB will be recognized over the period of 3 months equally as and when it gets fulfilled.At the end of 1st month there will be a Contract Liability of 3,250 INR, as the contract amount is fully invoiced, and subscription for 2 months is yet to be provided.

The information flow from source applications to RAR provides details of Order, Fulfillment and Invoice of a contract. An order creates a contract in RAR, whereas fulfillment and invoice update an existing contract.

RAIs (Revenue Accounting Items) in simple terms can be referred to as common language understandable by RAR system. Data received from all the source applications generate RAIs (Revenue Accounting Items).

RAIs (Revenue Accounting Items) can be viewed and processed using RAI Monitor (Transaction FARR_RAI_MON).There are typically 3 stages/status in RAI processing; Raw, Processable and Processed. However, few stages can be skipped with integrated approach.

Raw: No validation doneProcessable: Validation like master data, company code and so on doneProcessed: RAI is processed, and corresponding Revenue Accounting Contract is created or updated successfully.

Successfully processed RAIs will create/update RA Contracts and POBs based on rules set in BRF+ (Business Rules Framework).Once Order RAIs (Revenue Accounting Items) are processed, Contract No. and POB No. gets updated against each of the RAIs.

Business Rules Framework+BRF+ is a standalone application and a prominent component in ARL (Adapter Reuse Layer). BRF+ is used to derive attributes of Revenue Accounting Contract and Account Determination with predefined business rules. BRF+ acts as an API as well as a User Interface to define and process business rules.

There are Decision Tables in each of these applications for specific purposes which contains condition columns and result columns. The result column data is identified and sent back to RAR based on condition columns data received from RAR system.

Revenue Accounting Contract and POBsRevenue Accounting Contracts can be accessed by clicking contract number in RAI Monitor. Revenue Accounting Contract contains list of Performance Obligations under it along with detail status of each of the POBs.

SAP Path: Revenue Accountant > Revenue Posting > Transfer RevenueBy clicking on Transfer, a background job gets created.The status of the job can be checked using Revenue Posting Jobs Monitor.

Accounting EntriesAccounting entries gets posted from RAR during the period end processing in step 3. We shall consider the following scenario as the basis to understand the accounting entries;

Step 2: Invoice Correction (RAR) (Reversal of Invoice)This is an entry from RAR which reverses the revenue recognized in Step 1. By this it nullifies the revenue posted earlier and with subsequent entries RAR will post actual revenue as per IFRS 15; 041b061a72


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