Once the configurations for a VirtueMart store are set, our next step is to build our product catalog for the store and manage that catalog. In the catalog management functions, there are several tasks including managing manufacturers, vendors, and products. In this article by Suhreed Sarkar, we are going to learn about these. On completion of this article, you will be able to:
- Manage manufacturers and vendors
- Manage the product categories
In the previous part of the article we looked at how we can use the Oracle Business Rules engine to implement business rules, and how we can invoke these from within BPEL as a decision service.
In this part by Matt Wright, we will have a look at how to create a Decision Service.Read Using Business Rules to Define Decision Points in Oracle SOA Suite: Part 2 in full
In the previous article we saw how to Enable Spring Faces support. In this article by Markus Stäuble, we will learn how to use Spring Faces and its integration with JSF component libraries.Read Using Spring Faces in full
In this article by Mary Cooch, we will learn how to save energy. Not only our own, but the world's too! Moodle's main attraction, to many teachers, is the fact that you can upload all of those worksheets that you hand out in class (and that your students lose). When you've done it once, they are there for as long as you need them—so you don't have to find and print them off the next time you do that topic, and fewer trees will be felled in the name of education!
In this article, we shall:
- Put an information sheet about the River Thames into Moodle
- Load a whole week's slideshows about River processes into Moodle in a neat folder
- Make a click here type link (this is known as a hyperlink) to the River Thames web site
- Create a worksheet about flooding by typing it straight into Moodle
- Make our page a bit prettier now that we've got some real stuff on it
Report Builder 2.0 is feature-rich reporting tool with the latest Microsoft Office look and feel. In this two part article by Jayaram Krishnaswamy, we will see how the Report Builder 2.0 provides an extremely flexible GUI with user friendly wizards for creating the Tablix data regions, a versatile construct that includes tables, matrix, and charts and gauges. Report Builder 2.0 supports server resources such as shared Data Sources, works with SQL Server Data Sources and many third party products, and can directly open and edit server hosted reports. Report Builder together with Report Manager provides powerful support for building and managing a bewildering array of report types.Read Working with the Report Builder in Microsoft SQL Server 2008: Part 1 in full