In this article by Arie Geller and Matthew Lyon, authors of the book Oracle Application Express 3.2 – The Essentials and More, we will see how to save the checked checkboxes into a database table.Read Checkbox Persistence in Tabular Forms (Reports) in full
WCF is the acronym for Windows Communication Foundation. It is Microsoft's latest technology that enables applications in a distributed environment to communicate with each other.
In this article series, we will first verify that the LINQNorthwind WCF service does not support distributed transaction processing. We will then explain how to enhance this WCF service to support distributed transaction processing and how to configure all related computers to enable distributed transaction support. To demonstrate this, we will propagate a transaction from the client to the WCF service and verify that all sequential calls to the WCF service are within one single distributed transaction. We will also explain the multiple database support of the WCF service and discuss how to configure MSDTC and the firewall for the distributed WCF service.
In this article by Mike Liu, author of WCF 4.0 Multi-tier Services Development with LINQ to Entities We will cover the following topics in this article:
- Creating the solution files
- Testing the transaction behavior of the DistNorthwind WCF service
- Enabling transaction flow in the service bindings
- Modifying the service operation contract to allow transaction flow
- Modifying the service operation implementation to require a transaction scope
- Configuring the Distributed Transaction Coordinator for the distributed WCF service
Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 is a very complete ERP package, but unlike other ERP packages it has a design capable of providing an open structure and a development platform. The idea is to provide 80% of the solution out of the box and allow the other 20% to be designed by qualified business application developers.
In this article by Mark Brummel, author of Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 Application Design, we will learn how Microsoft Dynamics NAV fits a consultancy company. Most consultancy companies have project related processes. They take on larger projects that take a certain time to complete. Some consultancy companies also purchase and sell items.
We will discuss four different project scenarios and see how Microsoft Dynamics NAV can be used to support those. To do this we will create some modifications along the way.Read How Microsoft Dynamics NAV fits a consultancy company in full
With jQTouch, web developers can build smartphone interfaces for their existing web applications by simply transforming an existing Document Object Model (DOM) structure into an interface that works, looks and feels like native iPhone or Android application. In this tutorial by Mambe Churchill Nanje, we will learn how to develop such an application.Read Build iPhone, Android and iPad Applications using jQTouch in full
In this article by Anghel Leonard, author of the book JSF 2.0 Cookbook, we will cover the following:
- Injecting CSS in JSF
- JSF, CSS, and tables
- Passing parameters with HTTP GET within the URL
- Populating a JS load function with JSF values
- Dynamic images with PrimeFaces
- Using resource handlers
Starting from the presented recipes, you can then extrapolate them to obtain more complex solutions for your own websites. We have tried to put on the line the main aspects of integrating JSF with images, CSS, and JS.Read Integrating Images with JSF, CSS with JSF and, JS with JSF in full