Business Process Execution Language (BPEL, aka WS-BPEL) has become the de facto standard for orchestrating services in SOA composite applications. BPEL reduces the gap between business requirements and applications and allows better alignment between business processes and underlying IT architecture.
In this article by Matjaz B. Juric, author of the book WS-BPEL 2.0 for SOA Composite Applications with IBM WebSphere 7, we will familiarize ourselves with some important activities offered by BPEL, particularly activity names, loops, delays, empty activities, and process termination. We will not discuss concrete use cases where these activities can be used, because they are well known to developers. Let us first look at loops.Read Advanced Activities in BPEL in full
In this article by Muneeb A. Siddiqui, author of Oracle EBS supply chain management R12, we will see how pricing engine works for Oracle E-Business Suite, how we can cater different scenarios of discounts and surcharges using Oracle Advanced Pricing, and how a price list for an item is created and how it effects the modules which are integrated and associated with Oracle Advanced Pricing. In this article, we will also see how qualifiers and modifiers are efficiently used to capture business scenarios as well as how to setup Oracle Advanced Pricing.Read An Overview of Oracle Advanced Pricing in full
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In this article by Victoria Yudin, author of Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 Implementation, we will go through the implementation planning phase and focus on the following topics:
- How many companies to set up in Dynamics GP
- Integration with other systems
- General Ledger account framework and account format
- Numbering schemes for master records
- Fiscal year and period setup
Many of us have at least one mobile device. Because we frequently work away from our desks and use our mobile devices as portable offices, Sametime Instant Messaging is designed to go with you. With the Sametime Mobile client your mobile device becomes an extension of your Sametime contact list and allows you to stay in touch with your contacts wherever you are!
In this article, the author addresses the most frequently asked questions about:
- Supported devices for Sametime Mobile
- Packaging the Sametime Mobile client for download
- Begin downloading the Sametime Mobile client
- Use the Sametime Mobile client
- Initiate a chat with Sametime Mobile
- Adjust your Sametime Mobile client preferences
- Manage your Sametime contacts with Sametime Mobile
- Secure your Sametime Mobile client