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Data Migration Scenarios in SAP Business ONE Application- part 1

by Wolfgang Niefert | June 2009 | Architecture & Analysis

In this two-part article series by Wolfgang Niefert, you will be introduced to the tools and methods which will help you to migrate data from different sources into the SAP Business ONE application.

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Making Content Findable in Drupal 6

by J. Ayen Green | June 2009 | Content Management Drupal Open Source

Interesting and useful content is a necessity on any web site, particularly on those built around a Content Management System. However, this may not be the only necessity. Another necessity is making the browsing experience on your site pleasant for the visitor, and in this context, making the content easy to find. Having content on the front page of the site is one way to make it findable, but the amount of content is limited to a point before the page becomes unwieldy. In this article by J. Ayen Green, we will make it easier for site visitors to find our content in a number of ways.

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Data Migration Scenarios in SAP Business ONE Application- part 2

by Wolfgang Niefert | June 2009 | Architecture & Analysis

In this article by Wolfgang Niefert, you will learn about the Advanced data migration tools, xFusion Studio in particular. You will also get to know a few tips and recommendations which you could use in your own project.

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Securing Network Services with FreeBSD Jails

by Christer Edwards | June 2009 | Open Source

In this article by Christer Edwards, we will explore FreeBSD Jails. FreeBSD Jails are a kernel-level security mechanism which allows you to safely segregate processes within a sandbox environment. Jails are commonly used to secure production network services like DNS or Email by restricting what a process can access. In the case of a malicious attack on one service, all other Jailed processes would remain secure. FreeBSD Jails securely limits, in an administratively simple way, the amount of damage an attacker can do to a server.

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Apache OFBiz Service Engine: Part 2

by Jonathon Wong Rupert Howell | June 2009 | Java Open Source

In the previous part of the article by Jonathon Wong and Rupert Howell, we looked at Defining and creating a Java service, Service parameters, Special unchecked (unmatched) IN/OUT parameters, and Security-related programming. In this part, we will look at the following:

  • Calling services from code (using dispatcher)
  • IN/OUT parameter mismatch when calling services
  • Sending feedback; standard return codes success, error and fail
  • Implementing Service Interfaces
  • Synchronous and asynchronous services
  • Using the Service Engine tools
  • ECAs: Event Condition Actions
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