In the previous part by Biswajit Sarkar, we covered working with theme files. In this part, we will focus on theming custom components, manual styling versus theming, theming on the fly, and new version of the LWUIT Designer.Read Using Themes in LWUIT 1.1: Part 2 in full
In this article by Tarry Singh, we will explore how to manage users and groups in Oracle VM Manager 2.1.2. We will start off by dividing the section into two parts namely, managing users and managing groups. In user management, we will learn how to create a user, view or edit a user, change a user's role and delete a user. In group management, we will learn to create a group, add users to a group, edit a group and finally delete a group.Read User and Group Management: Oracle VM Manager 2.1.2 in full
The example project in this article by Timi Ogunjobi is based on a fictitious web site development brief, and it illustrates a practical way of applying Drupal to develop a News Aggregation site called Weird Hap'nins. Bad news is always good news for the press. This is why Vaughan Pyre has decided to take advantage of this fact and create a web site that will aggregate bad news and weird happenings from all over the world. The content of the site will be entirely derived from Really Simple Syndication (RSS) feeds from several sources (each feed being automatically fetched and its items displayed on the web site).Read Building a News Aggregating Site Using Drupal 6 in full
In this article by Ned Riaz, Jason Edwards, and Rich Babaran, we will explain how planning data that has been entered and saved in the Contributor Web Client can be made available for reporting purposes by using the publish process. We then explain the different options that can be used for accessing this data for reporting in real time and through the publish process. After reading this article, you should be able to:
- Make the user-submitted plan data available, by using the Contributor Web Client, for reporting, analytics, and export this data to other databases.
- Understand how to access this data for IBM Cognos BI reporting in real time or through the publish process
In this article by Bob Griesemer, we'll create the Time Dimension using the wizard that the Warehouse Builder provides for us to simplify the task of building cubes and dimensions. We'll also look at the Data Object Editor in detail.Read Time Dimension in Oracle Warehouse Builder 11g in full
In this article by David Smiley, we will learn about faceting in Solr in detail. We will cover the field requirements, types of faceting, faceting text and alphabetic range bucketing. We will also learn about faceting on arbitrary queries, excluding filters and faceting dates which includes date facet parameters.Read Faceting in Solr 1.4 Enterprise Search Server in full
In this two-part article by N Satheesh Kumar and Subashni S, we will learn how to use unit testing or web testing, and how to simulate a realistic scenario such as the number of concurrent users that have different browsers and different network speed, and are accessing the system from multiple locations. This testing collects the application performance and stability data in different scenarios, and is used for analyzing this data in order to scale the application for better performance.Read Load Testing Using Visual Studio 2008: Part 1 in full
The idea of this two-part article by Colman Carpenter, David Duffett, Ian Plain, and Nik Middleton is to give an introduction to the area of wireless technologies by asking, "Why integrate Asterisk with wireless technologies?"
After answering that question, we will look at the wireless device and wireless network options that exist, and consider the advantages and disadvantages for each. We will also look at some configurations for one or two devices and the settings we need to make in Asterisk, before rounding off the article with some example deployment scenarios, for which we will choose the best wireless options.Read Integrating Asterisk with Wireless Technologies: Part 1 in full
In the previous part of the article by David Heffelfinger, we briefed you about an overview of iReport, obtaining and setting up the right iReport for your machine environment, and creating a simple report using iReport. In this second part of the article, we will learn to create more elaborate reports by using iReport's graphical user interface to set report attributes.Read Graphical Report Design with iReport: Part 2 in full
In this two-part article by David Heffelfinger, instead of writing JRXML templates by hand, we will learn to design reports graphically by dragging report elements into a report template and by using its graphical user interface to set report attributes. In this first part, we will help you set up iReport on your machine and get you started with designing graphical reports.
JasperSoft, the company behind JasperReports, offers a graphical report designer called iReport. iReport started as an independent project by Giulio Toffoli. JasperSoft recognized the popularity of iReport and, in October 2005, hired Giulio Toffoli and made iReport the official report designer for JasperSoft. Like JasperReports, iReport is also open source. It is licensed under the GNU Public License (GPL).Read Graphical Report Design with iReport: Part 1 in full
After installing an application server, we would want to deploy applications. Applications can be installed manually or in an automated fashion using scripts. In this two-part article by Steven Charles Robinson, we will cover how to manually deploy a J2EE (Enterprise Edition) application. As we walk through this article, we will show you how to deploy two applications. One application does not require database connectivity; the second is a database aware application which requires some WebSphere configuration to provide database connectivity to the application.
In this article, we will cover the following topics:
- Application server internals
- The web container
- Virtual hosts
- WebSphere ports
- Data sources
- Java Naming and Directory Interface (JNDI)
- Application deployment
- J2EE applications
- Enterprise Archive (EAR)
- Web Archive (WAR)
- Java Archive (JAR)