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Linking Section Access to multiple dimensions

by Stephen Redmond | June 2013 | Cookbooks Enterprise Articles

In this article by Stephen Redmond, author of QlikView for Developers Cookbook, we will look at how Section Access security works by linking a user to the data model. When that user logs in, the data is reduced to only show them the data that they are associated with.

If you have been working with QlikView for a while, you may have come across loops in the data model, causing Loosely Coupled associations. That means you might find it counterintuitive to think about connecting a security table to multiple dimensions in a way that might normally cause a loop. However, QlikView will allow it.

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Monitoring WebLogic Server 12c

by Dalton Iwazaki | June 2013 | Cookbooks Enterprise Articles Oracle

In this article by Dalton Iwazaki, author of Oracle WebLogic Server 12c Advanced Administration Cookbook, we will cover the following recipes:

  • Customizing the Administration Console tables

  • Using the JRockit Mission Control Management Console

  • Monitoring Linux with SAR

  • Sending e-mail notifications with WLDF

  • Generating an SMNP trap

  • Creating a Monitoring Dashboard custom view

  • Viewing historical data in the monitoring dashboard using a database

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More on ODI

by Christophe Dupupet Denis Gray Julien Testut Peter C. Boyd-Bowman | June 2013 | Cookbooks Enterprise Articles Oracle

Here, we are either using metadata differently than would be expected or we are digging a little deeper into concepts that we have already touched on. Truth be told, this is a catch-all article that addresses questions we've often had to answer, including is conceptions on how the product should be used, and little known secrets that we didn't want to leave aside.

To integrate ODI with external tools, we will look into how to invoke an external program that requires a password or other connectivity parameters, and how to connect to an Excel spreadsheet using ODBC. To help with performance, we will look into how to tune a standalone ODI agent and how to impact the data flow by changing the staging area location.

To load large data, we will work on an example of a KM that can load files containing LOBs. And finally, to help with lifecycle management

In this article by Christophe Dupupet,Peter C. Boyd-Bowman,Denis Gray and Julien Testut authors of Oracle Data Integrator 11g Cookbook, we will look into the use of ODI versioning as well as how to use smart export/import.

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IBM Cognos Workspace Advanced

by Dustin Adkison | June 2013 | Enterprise Articles IBM

The article, IBM Cognos Workspace Advanced, covers the new tool, Cognos Workspace Advanced. This article by Dustin Adkison, author of IBM Cognos Workspace Advanced, will guide you to learn how Cognos Workspace Advanced allows basic developers to create high-quality reports and analyse in one interface. You will also learn about its direct interaction with Cognos Workspace for a seamless, single interface. This article covers in detail how to create new reports and analyses using Cognos Workspace Advanced.

Cognos Workspace Advanced is changing the game for business-level users in IBM Cognos BI. The product is designed to allow querying and analysis from a single interface. It interacts with and enhances Cognos Workspace and is part of the shared workspace concept within IBM Cognos Business Intelligence v10.x.

In this article , we will look at:

  • Who should use Cognos Workspace Advanced?

  • Comparing Cognos Workspace Advanced to Cognos Query Studio and Cognos Analysis Studio.

  • Accessing Cognos Workspace Advanced.

  • Exploring the drag-and-drop interface and the right-click menu

  • Using external data.

  • The business case for Cognos Workspace Advanced.

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Working with Windows Phone Controls

by Lohith G.N. | June 2013 | Enterprise Articles Microsoft

Silverlight runtime for Windows Phone provides a variety of controls as part of the framework itself. This article by Lohith G.N., author of Windows Phone 7.5 Application Development with F#, is all about getting to know the controls supported by the framework and understanding how to work with those controls. We will go through each control, understand its usage, and finally learn how to write code to work with those controls.

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Innovation of Communication and Information Technologies

by Daniel Jonathan Valik | June 2013 | Enterprise Articles Microsoft

In this article by Daniel Jonathan Valik, author of Microsoft Lync 2013 Unified Communications: From Telephony to Real Time Communication in the Digital Age we delve deep into the technologies, software solutions, and innovative communication capabilities. But before that let me first ask you several questions:

  • Have you ever considered how important communication is in your daily life?

  • How much do you communicate every day, or how many people do you converse with daily on various issues?

  • Is this exchange of information important and necessary?

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Release Planning – Tuning Product Development

by Stacia Viscardi | May 2013 | Enterprise Articles

This article by Stacia Viscardi, author of The Professional ScrumMaster's Handbook, will help you help your product owner prepare the product backlog for various planning uses, while we focus on release planning specifically at this point. This article provides you with preparation and facilitation tips to have you up and running a release planning session in no time.

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Introduction to Citrix XenDesktop

by Gaspare A. Silvestri | May 2013 | Cookbooks Enterprise Articles

Citrix XenDesktop offers itself as a secure and performant architecture. This does not mean that it's not possible to increase and develop both the levels; Citrix platforms or different vendor systems permit you to have a deeper protection and avoid performance issues by enabling the right policies.

In this article by Gaspare A. Silvestri, the author of Citrix XenDesktop 5.6 Cookbook, we will discuss the configuration of the XenDesktop infrastructural policies.

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Developing a Web Project for JasperReports

by Deepak Vohra | May 2013 | Enterprise Articles Java

Eclipse IDE for Java EE provides project facets for various types of projects. In this article, we discuss a more generic project facet for web applications called the Dynamic Web Module project facet that adds support for Java Servlet API to build web applications. To demonstrate the use of the Dynamic Web Project we shall be using JasperReports as an example. Preparing presentation-quality reports is a routine occurrence, and several tools & APIs for creating reports are available. For Java developers, one of the most commonly used API is JasperSoft’s open source JasperReports, which is capable of producing a range of outputs, including HTML, PDF, presentations from either static data or data retrieved form a database table using an SQL query, and is designed to be integrated directly into Java/J2EE applications.

In this article by Deepak Vohra author of Java EE Development with Eclipse, we sets out to demonstrate the essentials of how JasperReports can be used in a web application created with Eclipse. The examples created in this article are a PDF report and an Excel report. The article has the following sections.

  • Setting the environment

  • Creating a Dynamic Web project in Eclipse

  • Creating the configuration file

  • Creating a web application

    • Creating a Report Design

    • Setting Report Title

    • Creating a JDBC Connection

    • Generating a PDF Report

    • Creating an Excel Report

  • Packaging and deploying the web application

  • Running the web application

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Techniques for Creating a Multimedia Database

by Marcelle Kratochvil | May 2013 | Enterprise Articles Oracle

This article by Marcelle Kratochvil author of Managing Multimedia and Unstructured Data in the Oracle Database, covers the technical aspects of setting up a database to use Oracle Multimedia. It contains tips, codes, and useful techniques for setting up and managing an Oracle Database and covers the core storage capabilities of the Oracle Database. The goal is to enable the database administrator to make correctly informed decisions about the physical structure of database storage objects, in particular tablespaces, datafiles, and database capabilities.

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