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Using Bean Validation (JSR 303) annotations with Apache MyFaces 1.2

by Bart Kummel | March 2010 | Java Open Source Web Development

This article by Bart Kummel, author of Apache MyFaces 1.2 Web Application Development, shows how we can use Bean Validation (JSR 303) annotations to declaratively define validation rules in our Java EE application. In this article, Apache MyFaces Extensions Validator (ExtVal) is used to generate the JSF validators, based on Bean Validation annotations. While JSF 2.0 has native support for Bean Validation, ExtVal can also be used with JSF 1.2. And ExtVal offers some possibilities that cannot be achieved with the default JSF 2.0 Bean Validation support.

This article is the third in a series of ExtVal articles. Other articles in this series:

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Triggers in Zabbix 1.8

by Rihards Olups | March 2010 | Networking & Telephony Open Source

In this article by Rihards Olups, author of Zabbix 1.8 Network Monitoring, we will discuss triggers in detail which will include Trigger dependencies, Constructing trigger expressions, Event details, and Event generation and hysteresis.

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Users and Permissions with CMS Made Simple 1.6: Part 1

by Sofia Hauschildt | March 2010 | Beginner's Guides Content Management Open Source

In this two-part article by Sofia Hauschildt, author of CMS Made Simple 1.6: Beginner's Guide, we shall look into:

  • Roles, users, and groups
  • Permissions on content
  • Special designer permissions
  • Archiving and restoring different versions
  • Overview of all default permissions
  • User notifications
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Managing the Discussion Forums Using PHP-Nuke

by Douglas Paterson | March 2010 | MySQL Content Management Open Source PHP

In the previous article of the series by Douglas Paterson, author of Building Websites with PHP-Nuke, we have had a tour of the other default modules that ship with PHP-Nuke, and seen the types of content they manage.

In this article which is the eighth article of the article series, we will begin to explore the PHP-Nuke Forums module. You will:

  • Learn about the structure of a discussion board
  • Learn how to create categories and forums, and make postings
  • Create groups, and set simple permissions for forums
  • See how to moderate forum content
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