This article by Wojciech Kocjan and Piotr Beltowski, authors of the book Tcl 8.5 Network Programming, teaches you how to send e-mails from Tcl, build e-mails containing HTML and various kinds of messages. It also discusses how to retrieve, parse, and process e-mail messages.Read Tcl: Handling Email in full
Oracle Application Development Framework (ADF) is an end to end enterprise application development framework built on Java and Java Platform Enterprise Edition (Java EE) technology stack. This is based on standard patterns and proven technologies, built with a motive of simplifying the technology complexity. Oracle ADF follows Model-View-Controller design (MVC) pattern, by adding definite roles to each layer.
A 'Fusion Web Application' is an enterprise web application built using ADF Faces for the view, ADF Model for data binding, and ADF Page Flow for the controller and ADF Business Components for business services. This article by Jobinesh Purushothaman, discusses basic guidelines on how to improve the performance and scalability of the view layer of a Fusion Web Application.Read Fine Tune the View layer of your Fusion Web Application in full
In this article by Mark Polino, author of the book Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 Cookbook, we will look at:
- Speeding up account entry with Account Aliases
- Gaining visibility with Horizontal Scroll Arrows
- Streamlining payables processing by prioritizing vendors
- Getting clarity with User Defined fields
- Developing connections with Internet User Defined fields
These recipes are designed to help administrators get more out of Dynamics GP for their users by organizing Dynamics GP.Read Organizing Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 in full
There may be situations where you need to support standard users and have no choice but to temporarily grant administrative privileges. This article by Russell Smith, author of Least Privilege Security for Windows 7, Vista and XP, includes information about tools and techniques that can be used to solve Least Privilege Security problems.
In this article we'll learn to:
- Set up a system for temporarily granting administrative privileges to standard users for support purposes
- Use Task Scheduler to run common processes without the need to elevate privileges
In this article by Nataraju Neeluru, we will try to get some understanding of what the Oracle database offers for Java and the Java developers. We will not go into the details of any particular feature or tool, because there are too many to discuss here. Instead, we will just have an overview of the support for Java in Oracle database, and how it can be used. In other words, we will focus more on what things are available, rather than how to do those things.
We will familiarize ourselves with:
- Various things that Oracle database offers by means of an embedded Java runtime
- How Java stored procedures can be used to extend the PL/SQL world to Java
- How SQL, PL/SQL and Java can work with each other.