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Preparation Analysis of Data Source

by Robert Bosco J | November 2013 | Open Source

In this article by Robert Bosco J, author of PowerPivot and Advanced Reporting and Dashboards, we will learn to explore ways to prepare data for analysis. Different types of data sources that can be imported into the PowerPivot interface have been described. A general overview of the ETL process has also been given.

The following topics will be covered in this article:

  • List of data sources
  • Purpose of import data from a variety of sources
  • General overview of ETL
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Prepare and Build

by Alex Nuijten Iloon Ellen-Wolff Learco Brizzi | December 2012 | Enterprise Articles Oracle

In this article by Alex Nuijten, Iloon Ellen-Wolff, and Learco Brizzi, authors of Oracle APEX Best Practices, we will discuss different aspects of setting up an Application Express (APEX) environment. Among others, we'll take a look at installing APEX, performing preparational tasks before actually building applications, and transforming the data model into initial screens.

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Preparing and Configuring Your Magento Website

by Robert Kent | January 2014 | Open Source Web Development

This article, by Robert Kent, the author of Magento Search Engine Optimization, covers the basic concepts of keyword placement and the roles of the different types of pages to prepare and configure your Magento website.

In this article, we cover the following topics:

  • Understanding the structure of a website, the purpose of optimizing for e-commerce, and the relationship between keywords and their position on a website
  • Understanding the buying intent of our visitors and how this intent may differ depending on the type of page by which they enter our website
  • The roles of content management system (CMS) pages
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Preparing Your First jQuery Mobile Project

by Andy Matthews Raymond Camden | September 2013 | Open Source

This article created by Raymond Camden and Andy Matthews, authors of jQuery Mobile Web Development Essentials walks you through your first jQuery Mobile project. It details what must be added to your project's directory and source code. You know what jQuery Mobile is, the history of it as well as its features and goals. Now we're actually going to build our first jQuery Mobile website (well, web page) and see how easy it is to use.

In this article we will perform the following steps:

  • Create a simple HTML page
  • Add jQuery Mobile to the page
  • Make use of custom data attributes (data-*)
  • Update the HTML to make use of the data attributes that jQuery Mobile recognizes
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Preparing Your Forms Conversion Using Oracle Application Express (APEX)

by Douwe Pieter van den Bos | July 2009 | Oracle

In this article by Douwe Pieter Van Den Bos, we will see what we need to get things ready for our Forms Conversion project. We need to gather all our original Forms, Reports, Menus, and Libraries so that we can generate the APEX project. We will need to get the XML sources by using the tools in the Oracle Developer Suite. Of course, we will learn to understand these newly created sources and what they mean to us. Before we can create our APEX applications using the Forms Conversion tool, it would be nice to design and implement the target database.

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Preparing Your Scene

by Ty Audronis | March 2014 | Open Source

This article by Ty Audronis, the author of the book Lightning Fast Animation in Element 3D, deals with the use of Element 3D to set up complex 3D scenes for animation in After Effects. Here, you will learn how to set up your scene, light it, and get a camera ready.

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Preparing your website to use Gridster

by Marcos Placona | May 2013 | Open Source

This article by Marcos Placona, from the book Instant_jQuery Drag and Drop Grids How-to, will describe all the necessary steps to get Gridster up and running on your website, as well as demonstrate how to include any of the dependencies needed by the library.

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Presenting Data Using ADF Faces

by Amr Gawish | March 2014 | Enterprise Articles

In this article, by Amr Gawish, the author of Oracle ADF Faces Cookbook, you will learn how to present a single record, multiple records, and master-details records on your page using different components and methodologies.

The article will cover the following topics:

  • Presenting single records on your page

  • Presenting multiple records using ADF Table

  • Presenting multiple records using ADF List View

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Preventing Attacks on Joomla! 1.5 Websites

by James Kennard | March 2010 | Joomla! Content Management Open Source

In this article by James Kennard, author of Mastering Joomla! 1.5 Extension and Framework Development, we will investigate some of the more common forms of attack and how we can prevent them from affecting our extensions and we will take a look at how we can deal with users whom we believe to be attackers.

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Preventing Remote File Includes Attack on your Joomla Websites

by Tom Canavan | May 2009 | Joomla! Open Source

There are many types of attacks that can happen to a website. In a previous article, Preventing SQL Injection Attacks on your Joomla Websites was discussed. In this article by Tom Canavan, we will take a look at how Remote File Include(RFI) attacks occur, and how it can be prevented.

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Preventing SQL Injection Attacks on your Joomla Websites

by Tom Canavan | September 2008 | Joomla! Open Source

Joomla!, a very popular content management system (CMS) is as you may know an easy-to-deploy-and-use content management system. This ease of use has lent itself to rapid growth of both the CMS and extensions for it. You can install it on almost any host, running Linux or Windows. This highly versatile software has found itself in such lofty places as large corporate web portals, and humble places such as the simple blog.

Joomla! itself is inherently safe, but misconfigurations of the CMS, vulnerable components, hosts that are poorly configured, and weak passwords can all contribute to the downfall of your site. Hence, it's always better to ensure the security of your site.

In this article by Tom Canavan, we will take a look at how SQL injection attacks can occur to your Joomla website, how we can test for SQL injection attacks, and how to stop SQL injection.

 

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Primitive Data Types, Variables, and Operators in Object-Oriented JavaScript

by Stoyan Stefanov | May 2009 | AJAX Web Development

In this article by Stoyan Stefanov, you will learn about primitive data types, variables, and operators in Object-Oriented JavaScript.

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Process Driven SOA Development

by Harish Gaur Matjaz B. Juric | September 2010 | Enterprise Articles SOA Oracle

This article by Matjaz B. Juric and Harish Gaur, co-authors of Oracle Fusion Middleware Patterns highlights how SOA can help IT align with key business processes. SOA reduces the semantic gap between IT and business by introducing a development model that aligns the IT development cycle with the business process lifecycle. This article introduces reader to organizational and technical aspects of SOA development. It then describes how Elektro Slovenija, Slovenia's state-owned power distribution company, transformed its procurement process using Oracle BPA and Oracle SOA Suite.

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Processing and Managing Participants in CiviCRM

by Brian Shaughnessy Joseph Murray | March 2011 | Open Source

CiviCRM is a web-based, open source Constituent Relationship Management (CRM) system, designed specifically to meet the needs of advocacy, non-profit, and non-governmental organizations.

In the previous article by Joseph Murray and Brian P. Shaughnessy, authors of Using CiviCRM, we focussed on the primary tasks and responsibilities involved in event management.

In this article we will take a look at the following:

  • Processing and managing participants
  • Tracking, searching, and reporting
  • Integrating events to your CRM running reports
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Processing the Case

by Fernando Carbone | March 2014 | Open Source

This article by Fernando Carbone, the author of the book Computer Forensics with FTK, will cover how to use the most important features for processing and filtering data during an investigation process.

The processing step is considered to be the most important step because the correct utilization of its functionality can be decisive in the relevant results of an investigation.

You will understand the importance of the correct use of the Time Zone feature and how this impacts the properties of the files, and learn how to use filters and searches. Finally, you will be able to generate a report of your findings.

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Processing Tweets with Apache Hive

by Bahaaldine Azarmi | February 2014 | Open Source

In this article, by Bahaaldine Azarmi, the author of Talend for Big Data, we'll learn how to use tweets to highlight sentiments by performing the following actions:

  • Extracting hashtags and emoticons from tweets
  • Joining the newly created hashtags and emoticon tables to create sentiments
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Processing Twitter and New York Times APIs with ASP.NET Ajax on Microsoft CDN

by Jayaram Krishnaswamy | November 2009 | AJAX Microsoft

In this article by Dr. Jayaram Krishnaswamy, we look at two APIs, the Twitter API and the New York Times API and see how we can access data on them using the JavaScript libraries available on the Microsoft Edge Content Network also know as Microsoft Content Delivery Network (CDN). While jQuery is used to access API retrieved data on the intranet web server, the Microsoft AJAX client templates are used in displaying them.

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Product Cross-selling and Layout using Panels with Drupal and Ubercart 2.x

by George Papadongonas Yiannis Doxaras | March 2010 | MySQL Drupal e-Commerce Open Source PHP

This article by George Papadongonas and Yiannis Doxaras, authors of Drupal E-commerce with Ubercart 2.x, helps you to implement more complex marketing techniques. You may wonder why is there a need to invest more time after having already set up your e-shop. But, you have to keep in mind that there are thousands of competitors out there, selling similar or the same products that you're selling. So, being good is not enough, you have to be one of the best. In this article we are going to show you:

  • How to implement more complex marketing techniques, such as cross-selling using taxonomy and recommendation systems
  • How to create an alternative layout for products using panels
  • How to enhance the user interface using views
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Product Management with Compiere 3

by Andries L Pretorius | June 2010 | CRM

Products are an integral part of the ERP transactional process, and thus require a detailed explanation in the setup process, not only from the master data point of view but also for transactional processes.

We will therefore describe how Compiere handles Product. In this article by Andries L Pretorius, author of Compiere 3 Implementation Guide we shall learn:

  • Give you an overview of the concept of a product
  • Show you how to set up price lists and discount schemas
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Professional Plone 4 Development: Developing a Site Strategy

by Martin Aspeli | August 2011 | Content Management Open Source Web Development

Plone is a web content management system that features among the top two percent of open source projects and is used by more than 300 solution providers in 57 countries. Its powerful workflow system, outstanding security track record, friendly user interface, elegant development model, and vibrant community makes Plone a popular choice for building content-centric applications. By customizing and extending the base platform, integrators can build unique solutions tailored to specific projects quickly and easily.

In this article by Martin Aspeli, author of Professional Plone 4 Development, we will:

  • Create the initial version of a policy package that will help us customize Plone
  • Add a GenericSetup extension profile to this package
  • Write our first tests to prove that our customizations are working as expected
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