Liferay Portal is one of the most mature portal frameworks in the market and offers many benefits. Liferay is backed by a comprehensive professional services network and it offers custom development, training, and support across the world.
As the world's leading open source portal platform, Liferay provides a unified web interface to data and tools scattered across many sources. Within Liferay portal, a portal interface is composed of a number of portlets—self contained interactive elements that are written to a particular standard. Since portlets are developed independently of the portal itself, and loosely coupled with the portal, they are apparently SOA (Service-Oriented Architecture).
Jonas X. Yuan will show how to set up a Liferay portal and then how to configure it.Read Setting up and Configuring a Liferay Portal in full
Knowing different languages is always an added advantage. If our website is able to communicate with people of different languages, globally the popularity of the website would go up. With Moodle, we have the option of making our site more interactive as it offers support for different languages. In this article by William Rice, we will see how to configure different languages on our Moodle website and also look at some of the available language settings.Read Languages and Language Settings in Moodle in full
As noted in Part 1, OLAP presents Business Intelligence via what is known as a CUBE. A Cube has many dimensions and it provides a faster method to access the intelligence compared to the structured querying where the overhead of 'Joins' makes it inefficient. Taking the example of a 'Sales' Cube having everything related to sales we can identify the dimensions as the Sales Outlet, The Customers , the Products and the time period over which sales are being audited or looked into. We also notice that there are certain measures that we are interested related to these 'dimensions' like 'Store Sales', 'Cost of Products, 'number of units sold' etc. The Analysis Services analyzes these intricate relationship that exist in a cube. In this part we will see the process of creating a Cube in VS 2008.Read Creating an Analysis Services Cube with Visual Studio 2008 - Part 2 in full
It is always necessary to have a Help section in our software application. When users do not find a way out from a specific problem in our application, it is the help section they turn to. Hence it is important that the help feature is well maintained and without any errors. In this article by Tim Lavers and Lindsay Peters, we will see the errors that can occur in our help section and how to test the help section.Read Testing a HELP System in a Java Application in full
The installation of Joomla! is a matter of five minutes. If you have installed it before, you can do it in two minutes. In order to be able to even start the installation, your development environment must include a web server that supports PHP and a database that is supported by Joomla!. Joomla! is one piece of the puzzle in this so-called Client-Server System. This topic is very complex, since there is an unmanageable number of providers and an even more unmanageable combination of installed Apache, PHP, and MySQL versions and Webspace administration tools such as Visas and Plesk.
In this article by Hagen Graf, we focus on the following points:
- A PHP safe mode, possibly activated in the php.ini
- Prohibited conversion of URLs with Apache because of the non-activation of the so called rewrite engine
- Directory rights in Linux that are set differently than in Windows