In this article by Karl Pover, author of Learning QlikView Data Visualization, we will analyze the most important data visualisation elements and its foundation: people, data, and tools.Read Introducing QlikView elements in full
In this article by Robert Cowham and Neal Ralph Firth, authors of the book Learning Perforce CRM, we will explain regarding the file information. File information is the key to understanding the history of a repository, how a code base or set of files has evolved, and what is happening to it now.
File information is exposed in many parts of the P4V interface. In this article, we will cover how to make the most efficient use of the Perforce reporting commands to examine the information associated with a file. More importantly, we'll explain how to interpret this information to maximize the value it provides you.
In this article we will cover:
- Properties of files
- File versions and their relationship to changelists
- Finding files in the repository
- The many ways of referencing file versions
- Comparing different versions of files and folders
- Examining how file content has evolved over time
- Perforce file types and how they impact usage and workspaces
In this article, by Rakesh Raul, the author of Microsoft Dynamics NAV 7 Programming Cookbook, we will cover the following recipes:
- Updating the subform page from a parent page
- Creating a FactBox page
- Creating a Queue page
- Creating a Role Center page
- Creating a wizard page
In this article, by Rawane Madi, the author of Learning Software Testing with Test Studio, discusses some of the reasons why you would want to achieve software quality. The reasons are to make sure that the system does what it's supposed to do, uncover errors and/or to provide assurance for your software user. This article will explore some general terminologies and processes in software testing and briefly introduce the tool automation features.Read About Test Studio in full
In this article by Ankur Gupta, author of the book Oracle GoldenGate 11g, we have been provided with a ready, step-by-step approach to perform various GoldenGate Administration tasks. With these recipes in hand, we will easily be able to implement and manage Oracle GoldenGate in an efficient way.
In this article we will cover the following recipes:
- Upgrading Oracle GoldenGate binaries
- Table structure changes in GoldenGate environments with similar table definitions
- Table structure changes in GoldenGate environments with different table definitions
- Resolving GoldenGate errors using the logdump utility
- Undoing the applied changes using the reverse utility
- Creating an Integrated Capture with a downstream database for compressed tables
This article created by Simon Lidberg the author of Getting Started with SQL Server 2012 Cube Development, serves as an introduction to Business Intelligence solutions and specifically self-service solutions.Read Self-service Business Intelligence, Creating Value from Data in full
In this article by Benjamin Bahrenburg the author of book Appcelerator Titanium Business Application Development Cookbook,will cover:
- Implementing iOS data protection in Titanium
- Basic authentication using Ti.Network.HTTPClient
- Implementing a cross-platform passcode screen
- Working with protected ZIP files on iOS
In this article created by Murray Fife, the author of Extending Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 Cookbook, we will show you how you can use Microsoft InfoPath in conjunction with web services linked to Dynamics AX to create smarter forms. You will also learn the following:
- Creating a Dynamics AX web service
- Creating a web service wrapper
- Using a Dynamics AX web service in an InfoPath form
- Creating custom OData queries to retrieve Dynamics AX data
- Building InfoPath lookups using OData queries
Web services are a great way for other applications to connect with Dynamics AX, and are also very easy to create and use through the tools that are delivered with Dynamics AX. You can create new web services that you can use to perform updates in the system, and you can also use the standard query services to get data from the database, all through a secure method.
InfoPath is a great Office application that you may already have installed, but not know what you can use it for. It allows you to create forms and documents that can read and update databases, and also use web services to grab and update data. When you combine these two, you will be able to create simpler forms very quickly that the users can use for Dynamics AX without having to be an expert programmer.
In this Article, we will show you how you can use web services and InfoPath to create a simple update form for Dynamics AX.Read Web Services and Forms in full
In this article, by Sherif Talaat and Haijun Fu authors of PowerShell 3.0 Advanced Administration Handbook, we will see Microsoft Windows Azure and SQL Azure as a real-life example of a cloud computing implementation, and we will learn how Windows PowerShell plays a major role in operating such a technology easily, as if managing a normal virtualized environment.Read Managing Microsoft Cloud in full
Built on top of the Oracle Fusion Middleware (OFM), and being a tangible part of Oracle SOA Suite, Oracle B2B technology plays an important role by providing a single platform for the support of multiple B2B standards. For those who have never heard about SOA Suite, SOA Suite in a nutshell is a collection of components such as Human Task, Mediator, BPEL process manager, and so on, united by a combination of consistent tooling, a single deployment and management model, end-to-end security, and unified metadata management. It allows creating/managing web services, and orchestrates them into composite applications using Software Component Architecture (SCA). SOA Suite is the OFM component that enables the easy assembly of multiple technologies. Throughout the article, B2B integration with SOA Suite and OFM will be kept in perspective.
In this article by Krishnaprem Bhatia, Scott Haaland, and Alan Perlovsky the author of Getting Started with Oracle SOA B2B Integration: A Hands-On Tutorial. We will use this article to build the groundwork for the reader's continued journey into Oracle B2B. In the article, we will learn about the following:
- System requirements to install Oracle B2B
- How to install a virtual image with SOA Suite components on your machine
- How Oracle B2B and SOA Suite leverage Service Component Architecture
- Oracle B2B architecture