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Asynchrony in Action

by Joel Martinez | March 2013 | .NET Enterprise Articles

In this article by Joel Martinez the author of C# 5 First Look , we will explore features which are new to C# in the 5.0 release.

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2D Graphics

by Brecht Kets Thomas Goussaert | March 2013 | Enterprise Articles Games

In this article by Brecht Kets and Thomas Goussaert, the authors of Building your First Mobile Game using XNA 4.0 we create a basic framework for our game and add content to it.

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Integrating Microsoft Dynamics GP Business Application fundamentals

by Leslie Vail | March 2013 | Enterprise Articles Microsoft

This article by Leslie Vail, author of Developing Microsoft Dynamics GP Business Applications, will present a series of questions developers should ask themselves, and answer, before beginning development. You will learn about the various tools available for customizing Dynamics GP along with the skills required to use them. You will learn what you should have in your development-tool arsenal and where to get it.

The key topics in this article include:

  • Defining the project

  • Overview of available tools

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Core .NET Recipes

by A P Rajshekhar | March 2013 | .NET Cookbooks Enterprise Articles Microsoft

This article by A.P. Rajshekhar, author of .Net Framework 4.5 Expert Programming Cookbook , will cover recipes related to core concepts in .NET, which will include the following:

  • Metadata-driven programming: The first six recipes will cover how to use attributes as metadata for specific purposes such as validation and localization.

  • Reflection: The Processing custom attributes via reflection recipe will tell you how to use reflection to create metadata processors such as applications or libraries that can understand custom attributes and provide the output based on them.

  • Asynchronous file I/O: This is a new feature for file input/output introduced in .NET 4.5. The Using asynchronous file I/O for directory-to-directory copy recipe will cover this feature.

  • Dynamic programming: .NET 4.0 introduced the concept of dynamic programming, in which blocks of code marked as dynamic will be executed directly, bypassing the compilation phase. We will look at this in the last recipe, Accessing JSON using dynamic programming.

 

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Types of services in Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012

by Kenny Saelen Klaas Deforche | February 2013 | Enterprise Articles Microsoft

Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 already provides a number of services out-of-the-box. These services together with additional services that can be developed can be divided into three types. Each of the service types has its own characteristics and a different approach to create them.

This article by Klaas Deforche and Kenny Saelen authors of Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 Services discusses about these services in detail.

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Getting Started with InnoDB

by Matt Reid | February 2013 | Enterprise Articles Oracle

In the simplest terms, InnoDB is a transactional database information processing engine. It is the most commonly used engine currently available for the MySQL database application and was the first transactional engine offered with the application.

Different versions of MySQL ship with varying levels of InnoDB support and corresponding default settings for the InnoDB engine. Knowing which version of MySQL we're using will help us identify the baseline settings for the engine prior to going into development or production use of the database.

In this article by Matt Reid, author of Instant InnoDB, we'll cover the following topics:

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An Introduction to Risk Analysis

by Aaron Woody | June 2013 | Architecture & Analysis Enterprise Articles

Security is a process that requires the integration of security into business processes to ensure enterprise risk is minimized to an acceptable level. Security as a process is an approach that highlights the integration of security and business initiatives to reduce the security impact of implementations and changes to the enterprise environment. This article by Aaron Woody, author of Enterprise Security: A Data-Centric Approach to Securing the Enterprise, will introduce the concept of using risk analysis to drive security decisions.

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Cross-premise Connectivity

by Bala Natarajan Erez Ben-Ari | February 2013 | Enterprise Articles Microsoft

In this article by Erez Ben-Ari and Bala Natarajan, the authors of Windows Server 2012 Unified Remote Access Planning and Deployment, Cross-premise connectivity (also known as cloud connectivity) is the ability to establish secure connection between two sites. It could be between a head office and a branch office or from an office to a cloud data center. Before we go into the details of cross-premise connectivity let us take a moment and talk about the connectivity challenges that an enterprise faces. In this article, we are going to talk about what cross-premise connectivity is, why it is needed, and how to go about establishing it.

The topics we will discuss are as follows:

  • Evolving remote access challenges

  • Migration to dynamic cloud

  • The needs of modern data centers

  • Dynamic cloud access with URA

  • Adding a cloud location using Site-to-Site

  • Basic setup of cross-premise connectivity

  • Configuration steps

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Knowing the prebuilt marketing, sales, and service organizations

by Padmanabha Rao Venkatesan Sundaram | February 2013 | Enterprise Articles Oracle

In this article by Padmanabha Rao and Venkatesan Sundaram, authors of Oracle CRM On Demand Administration Essentials, our focus is to explore more on how, with minimum customization, we can put the CRM On Demand system into production to save a lot of time and effort.

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Using Processes in Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011

by Mahender Pal | February 2013 | Enterprise Articles Microsoft

In this article by Mahender Pal, the author of Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 Application Design, we are going to use Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 as a platform to develop our Employee Recruitment Management System ( ERMS ). We will learn the basics of ERMS, about processes in Microsoft CRM 2011, and how we can use them to automate business processes at different levels.

In this article we are going to discuss the following topics:

  • Employee Recruitment Management System
  • Employee Recruitment Management System design
  • Setting a security model for Employee Recruitment Management System
  • Setting field-level security
  • Data model for Employee Recruitment Management System
  • Customizing entities for Employee Recruitment Management System
  • Setting a security model for ERMS
  • Setting field-level security in Microsoft CRM 2011
  • Processes in Microsoft CRM 2011
  • Importing data in Microsoft CRM 2011
  • Testing Employee Recruitment Management System
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