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Graphical User Interfaces for OpenSIPS 1.6

by Flavio E. Goncalves | January 2010 | Networking & Telephony Open Source

It is very hard to manage thousands of users manually, so a user-provisioning tool becomes very important in our process. In this article by Flavio E.Goncalves, we are going to see two of these tools—SerMyAdmin and OpenSIPS Control Panel (OpenSIPS-CP). SerMyAdmin is more focused on the administration of the users, while OpenSIPS-CP is excellent for monitoring and provisioning parameters to the system. By the end of this article, you will be able to:

  • Identify why you need a user portal for administration
  • Install SerMyAdmin and its dependencies
  • Configure resources such as administrator and user access
  • Add and remove domains
  • Customize the portal with the colors and logos of your company
  • Install and configure OpenSIPS Control Panel
  • Use opensips-cp for daily tasks
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Basic Doctest in Python

by Daniel Arbuckle | January 2010 | Open Source

In this article by Daniel Arbuckle, we shall:

  • Learn the doctest language and syntax
  • Write doctests embedded in text files
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Managing Discounts, Vouchers, and Referrals with PHP 5 Ecommerce

by Michael Peacock | January 2010 | e-Commerce PHP

Once your shipping and tax issues taken into account, the next logical step for your e-commerce store is discount codes, as these need to be entered at the shopping basket stage. Going hand in hand with discount codes are voucher codes and referral discounts. In this article by Michael Peacock, you will learn:

  • How to create a discount code system
    • How to offer different types of discounts
    • How to take the discount into account at the shopping basket stage
  • How to sell voucher codes on your store
  • How to offer discounts to customers who bring us referral business
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Oracle 11g Streams: RULES (Part 1)

by Ann L. R. McKinnell | January 2010 | Oracle

In this article series by Ann L.R. McKinnell and Eric Yen, we will learn all about rules in Oracle 11g Streams. We will discuss the rule components, how to go about creating our own rules and rules based transformations. We will also highlight some of the most important things we need to know while working with rules.

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