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Oracle Enterprise Manager Grid Control

by Arvind Maheshwari Debu Panda | June 2010 | Enterprise Articles Oracle

In this article by Debu Panda and Arvind Maheshwari, author of  Middleware Management with Oracle Enterprise Manager Grid Control 10g R5, We will learn the key concepts of Oracle Enterprise Manager Grid control. You will learn about the Grid Control architecture and terminology, basic concepts, and entities. The lifecycle of a managed target in Grid Control.

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Displaying Posts and Pages Using Wordpress Loop

by Lee Jordan Nick Ohrn | June 2010 | Content Management Open Source Web Development WordPress

In this article by Lee Jordan and Nick Ohrn, authors of the book WordPress 2.8 Themes Cookbook, we will cover:

  • Creating a basic Loop
  • Displaying ads after every third post
  • Removing posts in a particular category
  • Removing posts with a particular tag
  • Highlighting sticky posts
  • Creating multiple loops in a single template
  • Displaying only posts in a particular category
  • Styling every other post differently
  • Styling posts in a particular category differently
  • Showing every post in a category on a category archive page
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JasperReports 3.6: Creating a Report from Model Beans of Java Applications

by Bilal Siddiqui | June 2010 | Cookbooks Java Open Source

A common data source is JavaBeans, which holds data at runtime. JasperReports allows you to generate reports directly from data contained in Java objects such as JavaBeans and Plain Old Java Objects (POJOs). This article by Bilal Siddiqui, author of JasperReports 3.6 Development Cookbook, shows you how to connect your iReport installation to your JavaBeans or POJOs, and then access the data contained in the beans to generate your report.

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JasperReports 3.6: Using Multiple Relational Databases to Generate a Report

by Bilal Siddiqui | June 2010 | Cookbooks Java Open Source

In the previous two articles on JasperReports, we covered generating reports from XML data and relational database. This article by Bilal Siddiqui, author of JasperReports 3.6 Development Cookbook, teaches you how to create a report with data coming from two different database sources. The main report has six columns, five of which come from one database. The sixth column comes from a subreport, which fetches its data from the second database.

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