In this article by Peter Björk, authors of VMware ThinApp 4.7 Essentials, we will cover the packaging process. We'll discuss packaging's best practices the, packaging environment, entry points, the data container, and Package.ini.Read Application Packaging in VMware ThinApp 4.7 Essentials in full
In this article by Jobinesh Purushothaman, the author of Oracle ADF Real World Developer’s Guide, we will discuss the following topics:
Lifecycle of an ADF Fusion web page with region
Transaction management in Fusion web applications
Building a dynamic model-driven UI with ADF
Building composite view objects
Building application modules with no database connection
Looking up the UI component from the component tree at runtime
This article by Donabel Santos author of SQL Server 2012 with PowerShell V3 Cookbook, demonstrates scripts and snippets of code that accomplish some basic SQL Server tasks, using PowerShell. We will start with simple tasks, such as listing SQL Server instances and creating objects such as tables, indexes, stored procedures, and functions, to get you comfortable with working with SQL Server programmatically.
You will find that many of the recipes can be accomplished using PowerShell and SQL Management Objects ( SMO). SMO is a library that exposes SQL Server classes, which allows for programmatic manipulation and automation of many database tasks. For some recipes, we will also explore alternative ways of accomplishing the same tasks, using different native PowerShell cmdlets.
Even though we are exploring how to create some common database objects using PowerShell, I would like to note that PowerShell is not always the best tool for the task. There will be tasks that are best left accomplished using T-SQL. Even so, it is still good to know what is possible with PowerShell and how to do it, so that you know you have alternatives depending on your requirements or situation.Read SQL Server and PowerShell Basic Tasks in full
This article by Luca Masini and Rinaldi Vincenzo, authors of Securing WebLogic Server 12c, covers every aspect you need to consider for activating an internal user and group structure. Here, you can also find a very useful section about errors and debugging tips, needed to resolve your configuration issues.Read WebLogic Security Realm in full
In this article by Neil Benson, author of Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 Customization & Configuration (MB2-866) Certification Guide, we will discuss:
Architecture of Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011
Support and unsupported customizations
Using an implementation methodology
Customization security roles
In this article by Mark Walker, author of SAP HANA Starter, you will learn how to perform the most important tasks in SAP HANA.Read SAP HANA integration with Microsoft Excel in full
This article by Javier Fernández González, author of Java 7 Concurrency Cookbook, will teach the readers to delegate the thread management to executors. They allow running, managing, and getting the results of concurrent tasks.Read Thread Executors in full
Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) is a programming language built into Microsoft Office applications. As you improve your skills in any application from the Office System, you will eventually realize that although Microsoft Office applications offer a large number of tools, they do not offer everything you need to perform your daily chores. Such chores may include creating a corporate custom-format, a custom function that calculates commission payments, and so on.
Thus, VBA works as a gap-filler; in other words, its main purpose is to ensure that you can do whatever you need to do in your job.
In this article by Robert Martin, author of Excel Programming with VBA Starter,you will get to know a bit about VBA, its basic features, what you can do with it, and how you can put it to work with a view to facilitating your daily work, by automating common tasks.Read Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) in full
In this article by Ahmed Mohamed Rafik Moustafa, the author of Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 Security How-To, we will learn about securing our Dynamics AX 2012 environment with simple and practical steps.Read Adding a security role in full
Business Intelligence technologies are a must-have in every business to make informed decisions and keep up-to speed with the ever-evolving markets. QlikView’s disruptive technology makes it a key player and leader in the industry; with its flexibility and powerful analytics environment, building QlikView apps can be mastered by both, business users as well as developers.
In this article by Miguel García and Barry Harmsen, authors of QlikView 11 for Developers we will look at:
- What is QlikView?
- Exploring data with QlikView
- The technology and components behind QlikView
- HighCloud Airlines, and why QlikView might be just the tool they need