This article series by Ann L.R. McKinnell and Eric Yen explains N-way replication using Oracle 11g Streams.
This article series covers the following:
- Planning for N-way replication
- Technique to avoid conflict
- The setup:
- Configure replication from STRM1 to STRM2
- Configure replication from STRM2 to STRM1
- Configure conflict resolution
- Expanding the example
- Rinse and repeat
Melody is an open source content management system for bloggers and publishers where its community of users and contributors is its most important feature. This article by Serdar Yegulalp covers the salient features of Melody and how a vibrant community is the foundation on which all successful products and services are built today. The article also guides us through the setup process for pre-1.0 build of Melody, while the full 1.0 revision shouldn’t be more than a few months around the corner.Read Melody: The Other Movable Type in full
This article by Nirav Assar, is a supplement to the book JBoss RichFaces 3.3 by Demetrio Filocamo. The book offers a thorough explanation on how to effectively use RichFaces technology to enhance your enterprise applications. The book provides many code examples for the reader to experiment with and run on their local machine. It also provides some very important installation steps for developers such as the Seam Framework download, seam-gen tool operation, and Eclipse with JBoss tools. As a supplement to the book, this article provides a guide to install several other necessary components. The components will provide the user with a sufficient environment to deploy and test the examples provided in the book. These installations prove invaluable when trying to learn new technologies and can possibly avoid large amounts of time wasted searching for the correct path.
This article provides guidance for:
- JBoss Server Installation
- Starting JBoss Server within Eclipse
- MySql Installation
- Build and Deploy Example applications
In Build your own Application to access Twitter using Java and NetBeans: Part 1 of this article series, we saw a simple way to see your last tweet via a Java application called SwingAndTweet using the Twitter4J API.
In this article by Alfonso Romero, we will add some more functionality to our SwingAndTweet Java application.
Here, we will learn how to:
- Create a twitterLogin dialog to take care of the login process
- Add functionality to show your 20 most recent tweets right after logging in
- Add the functionality to update your Twitter status
In this article series by Bayu Cahya Pamungkas, author of ADempiere 3.4 ERP Solutions, we will learn:
- How to establish a connection to a specific ADempiere server
- The standard format of an ADempiere screen
- Application preferences
- How to perform tasks