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Oracle Web RowSet - Part1

by Deepak Vohra | April 2009 | Java Oracle

This article is a two-part series. In this article by Deepak Vohra, we will use the XML document representation of a result set generated with an SQL query to modify a relational database table. You will learn to set the environment, create a Web RowSet, modify a database table with Web RowSet, create a new row, read a row, update a row, delete a row, update the database table and also get acquainted with JDBC 4.0 Version.

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Integrating ZK with Other Frameworks

by Jurgen Schumacher Markus Stäuble | April 2009 | AJAX Java Open Source Web Development

ZK is a great framework but the focus is on the GUI so other frameworks may be needed. This article by Hans-Jurgen Schumacher and Markus Staeuble discusses the integration of ZK with other frameworks. One of the most important frameworks is Spring. This is very often used together with Hibernate. As we will see, it is very easy to integrate ZK with other frameworks. Once it was difficult to use captchas but in the latest ZK versions, ZK supports captchas natively.

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New SOA Capabilities in BizTalk Server 2009: UDDI Services

by Richard Seroter | April 2009 | .NET BPEL Microsoft SOA Web Services

In this article by Richard Seroter, you will learn about the new SOA capabilities in a BizTalk Server 2009, mainly the UDDI services. It seems that Microsoft is reinforcing BizTalk Server's role in a service-oriented architecture by moving their UDDI Services into the BizTalk Server 2009 product. In this article, we discuss what UDDI is, and how to use its capabilities in your environment. You will learn to add services to UDDI registry and also building subscription alerts for service changes.

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RSS Web Widget

by Roshan Bhattarai | April 2009 | AJAX MySQL PHP Web Development

If you're visiting a web page like a blog or news portal which frequently updates its content then you're most likely to see a link for subscribing RSS feed or articles or news. The main purpose of an RSS feed is to provide the latest updates of articles, posts, news headlines, or audio and video, in a standard format—without the need to visit that website. These RSS feeds are stored in specified URLs and can be read using software which are commonly called RSS Readers, Feed Readers or Feed Aggregators. These can be web based applications or desktop based.

In this article by Roshan Bhattarai, we'll see how to create a web widget which displays the links from the RSS feed of a specific URL. By the end of this article, you'll see how we can use Iframe to build a web widget.

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In-place Editing using PHP and Script.aculo.us

by Sridhar Rao | April 2009 | AJAX MySQL PHP Web Development

In this article by Sridhar Rao, we will learn about editing the content in the page without moving, dragging, or dropping it. This feature is called in-place editing. The key topics that we are going to explore in this article are:

  • Introduction to in-place editing
  • In-place editing: Definition and attributes
  • Code usage in examples
  • Tips and tricks involving in-place editing
  • Hands-on example: Handling at the server-side
  • Hands-on with InPlaceCollectionEditor
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