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    Ddp?

    Okay, we've all clicked through a directory called 'ddp' on our way to system/bin32, etc. but does anyone know what that stands for?


    Dynamic Delay Protocol?
    Dirty Diaper Pail?
    Dingy Decadent Partition?

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    Diamond Dallas Page, of course. If you highlight the folder in windows long enough, one of his instructional yoga videos kicks off.

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    Maybe Distributed Data Processing.
    Don Sauve
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    Quote Originally Posted by TFZ View Post
    Diamond Dallas Page, of course. If you highlight the folder in windows long enough, one of his instructional yoga videos kicks off.
    Only available with the full license of WebLogic Server though I hear.

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