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Adding Reporting Capabilities to our Java Applications Using JasperReports 3.5

by David R. Heffelfinger | August 2009 | Java Open Source

This article by David Heffelfinger teaches you how to add reporting capabilities to our Java applications. This can be easily done by taking advantage of the classes included in the JasperReports class library. JasperReports can be easily embedded into both client and server-side Java applications simply by adding the required libraries to our CLASSPATH and calling the appropriate methods in the JasperReports API.

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Indexing Data in Solr 1.4 Enterprise Search Server: Part1

by David Smiley | August 2009 | Open Source

In this two part article series by David Smiley,we will learn how to index data in Solr 1.4 Enterprise Search Server. We're going to review the four main mechanisms that Solr offers:

  • Solr's native XML
  • CSV (Character Separated Value)
  • Direct Database and XML Import through Solr's DataImportHandler
  • Rich documents through Solr Cell

 

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Indexing Data in Solr 1.4 Enterprise Search Server: Part2

by David Smiley | August 2009 | Open Source

This is the second part of two part article series by David Smiley. In Indexing Data in Solr 1.4 Enterprise Search Server: Part1, we reviewed the first two out of the four main mechanisms that Solr offers:

  • Solr's native XML
  • CSV (Character Separated Value)

In this part, we will review the later two mechanisms that Solr offers:

  • Direct Database and XML Import through Solr's DataImportHandler
  • Rich documents through Solr Cell

 

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Building a Personal Site Using Drupal 6

by Timi Ogunjobi | August 2009 | Drupal Open Source

The example project in this article by Timi Ogunjobi is based on a fictitious web site development brief, and it illustrates a practical way of applying Drupal to develop a personal site. Isaac Meredith Smart is a professor of Sociology at Drupelburg University. His need is quite simple, and all he intends to do is to build a personal web site that will provide some shameless publicity to promote him professionally. The objective is to give his students, as well as the entire academic community, as much information about himself as is decently permitted.

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Messaging with WebSphere Application Server 7.0 (Part 1)

by Steve Robinson | August 2009 | Java

Messaging in a large enterprise is common and a WebSphere administrator needs to understand what WebSphere Application Server can do for Java Messaging and/or WebSphere Message Queuing (WMQ) based messaging. Here, we will learn how to create Queue Connection Factories (QCF) and Queue Destinations (QD) which we will use in a demonstration application where we will demonstrate the Java Message Service (JMS) and also show how WMQ can be used as part of a messaging implementation.

In this two-part article by Steven Charles Robinson, we will cover the following topics:

  • Java messaging
  • Java Messaging Service (JMS)
  • WebSphere messaging
  • Service integration bus (SIB)
  • WebSphere MQ
  • Message providers
  • Queue connection factories
  • Queue destinations
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