In the previous article on Creating a Web Application on JBoss AS 5, we saw how to install JSF on JBoss AS and we enhanced the Appstore Enterpirse application by adding a web layer to it.
In this article by Francesco Marchioni, we will cover in detail how to properly configure JBoss Web Server. Apache Tomcat provides the core functionality of JBoss Web Server. Its embedded engine allows seamless integration with JBoss components, by using the underlying Microkernel system.Read Configuring JBoss Application Server 5 in full
This article by Erlend Dalen, explains the different options to use when you need to search and retrieve a set of data from the database. It shows you how to create a query, how to create a view, and how to write different select statements.
In this article, you will learn about the different methods of retrieving data from the database. They are as follows:
- Queries which are reusable and often used in reports and periodic Jobs
- Views that are created in AOT and translated to optimized select statements at runtime
- Select statements to use in X++ to fetch data from the database to the application
Modeling book sales is not a big deal, you just need a sales fact and a book dimension, and other dimensions, such as date dimension. From this model, you can analyze daily book sales.
But, what if a book is written by more than one writer and an individual writer writes more than one book, i.e. relationship of book to writer is many to many? How would you enhance the existing book sales dimensional model, which has book granularity, to also handle sales analysis by individual writer, i.e. analysis at writer granularity?
In this article by Djoni Darmawikarta, we will discuss the two possible dimensional modeling solutions to handle many-to-many relationship.Read Solving Many-to-Many Relationship in Dimensional Modeling in full