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Oracle Web Services Manager: Authentication and Authorization

by Sitaraman Lakshminarayanan | August 2008 | BPEL SOA Web Services Oracle

The first step in protecting web services is to authenticate and authorize the web service requests. Authentication in web services is the process of verifying that the user has valid credentials to access the web services and authorization is the process of validating that the authenticated user has appropriate privileges to access the web services. Besides restricting access to users with valid credentials and proper privileges, Oracle WSM can track who accessed which service and when—to provide detailed audit trails. In this article, Sitaraman Lakshminarayanan explores how Oracle Web Services Manager can be leveraged to authenticate and authorize the web services requests.

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Application Development in Visual C++ - The Tetris Application

by Stefan Björnander | August 2008 | .NET Microsoft

Tetris is a classic game. In this article by Stefan Björnander, we will develop a version very similar to the original version. Seven figures of different shapes and colors fall down and the player's job is to move and rotate them into positions so that as many rows as possible are completely filled. When a row is filled, it disappears. Every removed row gives one point.

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Search Engines in ColdFusion

by John Farrar | August 2008 | AJAX Web Development

Knowing where something isn't can be almost as valuable as knowing where something is. If it isn't there, then the time and resources aren't wasted looking in the wrong place. We need to make sure that we have a broad base of methods to manage our future search capabilities. In this article by John Farrar, we will be discussing about the built-in search engine and the custom search engines (Google) in ColdFusion.

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Local User Management in FreeNAS

by Gary Sims | August 2008 | Networking & Telephony Open Source

In general, once the FreeNAS server is configured and running, it doesn't really need much attention, it should just work. However, there are lots of different features which can be configured. In this article by Gary Sims, we will see how user management is done in FreeNAS.

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DotNetNuke Skinning: Creating Your First Skin

by Darren Neese | August 2008 | .NET Microsoft Content Management Open Source

The thought of creating your first skin may be intimidating. You may believe that there are steps that will have to be done just right or there's no point even getting started. The fact is that once you understand some simple concepts, skinning is relatively easy. Ultimately, you will need to know your HTML and CSS markup and styling, but that is common in any type of web design you would do anywhere. This article by Darren Neese is geared toward those who have never created a skin, and it will get you over any anxiety you thought you had about creating a skin.

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