In this article by Mauricio Salatino, we will cover the main points that you need in order to start working with the jBPM framework.
This article will tackle, in a tutorial fashion, the first steps that you need to know in order to start using the framework with the right foot. We will follow a real example and transform the real situation into requirements for a real jBPM implementation.Read Getting Your Hands Dirty with jPDL: Part 1 in full
In this article by Stefano Fornari, we will learn about one of the most exciting capabilities of Fuanambol: Mobile e-mail.
One of the biggest advantages of the Funambol platform is that with the same system, Maria can provide e-mail and PIM sync on many mobile platforms, including:
- Windows Mobile PDA and phones
- Symbian smartphones
- BlackBerry phones
- Java-enabled phones
- Apple iPhone
In this article by Bayu Cahya Pamungkas, you will learn how ADempiere security works. You will be guided through managing user IDs and creating roles. While constructing a role, you will see the various attributes involved, such as access all orgs, maintain change log, and so on. Here, you will learn how to assign rights to access a window, identify a process, and give rights to it, how to register document access, and manage form access. Then, with an example, we will show you how to perform the access security rule for records, how to restrict access to tables, columns, reports, and export facilities. We will conclude this article by showing you the process of obscuring information in ADempiere.
In this article, we will introduce you to what we can do to implement ADempiere security in your organization. We will discuss how to:
- Set up Users
- Create Roles and give access rights to end-users
- Record Access security rules
- We will elaborate on these topics in the upcoming sections.
This article by Stefano Fornari explains how to develop extensions for the Funambol DS Service so that a developer can create integrations with other backend datasources.
The following sections present several concepts related to how Funambol can be used to build mobile applications. Before digging into the details of Funambol development, it is useful to describe some basic concepts of data synchronization, as it is the foundation for Funambol applications and services.Read Funambol development in full
This article by Grady Brett Beaubouef covers how to ensure that packaged software implementations focus on value-added business results.The objective of this article is to identify the key techniques that we can employ in order to ensure that every project team member, and thus the project, focuses on the value-added business results.Read How to Focus on Business Results in full
This article by Erlend Dalen, explains how you can use .NET classes in AX with the Common Language Runtime and how you can write .NET code that uses AX classes by using the .NET Business Connector for AX.
The topics covered in this article are:
- A brief description of Common Language Runtime (CLR)
- Adding .NET references to classes in AX
- Using a .NET class in X++
- Adding references to the .NET Business Connector
- Using the .NET Business Connector in .NET classes
In this two-part article by Francesco Marchioni, we will be developing and configuring web applications using JBoss web container. Most developers have surely gained some experience with web applications. Therefore, we will not cover the basics of web applications; we will rather disclose how easy it can be to create a consistent web layer for your applications, using just the right tools and, of course, the right technique.
We will cover the following topics in more detail:
- What is JSF and how to install it on JBoss AS
- How to create a JSF facade for our pasture application
- How to configure JBoss Web Server
In this two part article series by Xuekun Kou, we will discuss how to configure clusters for the GlassFish Server, and use a load balancer to distribute load across the server instances in the cluster. We will also discuss the High Availability (HA) options supported by GlassFish, and how to enable HA. The goal of this article is to help you gain the knowledge necessary for planning and creating a production-ready GlassFish Server deployment.Read Configuring Clusters in GlassFish in full
In this article by Ghica van Emde Boas and Sergey Ilinsky, we will discuss about the following:
- Backbase Tag Library widget overview
- The BTL abstract elements
- Styling techniques for GUI widgets
In this article by Xuekun Kou, we will discuss how to use a load balancer to distribute load across the server instances in the cluster. We will also discuss the High Availability (HA) options supported by GlassFish, and how to enable HA.Read Configuring Load Balancers and High Availability in GlassFish in full
In this article by Alfonso V. Romero, we'll see some of the Velocity elements used in Roller to display data from your weblog and work with Roller's model and data objects to access your weblog's data from custom templates.
To know more about $model object and $url read Working with Templates in Apache Roller 4.0.Read Velocity Model and Data Objects in Apache Roller in full
In the fall of the year 2000, Stanford University first released the Folding @ Home project to the public, which allowed household computers the ability to contribute to cancer research. Now, nearly a decade later, there are roughly 250,000 regular contributors to the project and over 2,000,000 that have ever contributed at all. This article by Christer Edwards outlines the benefits of contributing to Folding @ Home as well as how to begin contributing yourself.Read Folding @ Home on Ubuntu: Cancer Research Made Easy in full
This is the second part of the article series on Dialog in jQuery User Interface 1.7
Read The Dialog in jQuery User Interface 1.7, which is the first part of this series.
In this article by Dan Wellman, we will cover the following topics:
- Controlling a dialog programmatically
- Getting data from the dialog
- Dialog interoperability
- A dynamic image-based dialog