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Published: Fri, 07 Sep 2007 13:05:57 -0400

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Exploring the fundamentals of architecture and services in an SOA, Part 1: Use architecture and levels of abstraction to create a better SOA
Get a closer look at the elements of a Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA), examine the benefits of architecture, learn how levels of abstraction help improve the development process, who creates and uses the architecture, and where architecture belongs in the software development life cycle.

Voice enabling XML, Part 2: Develop a voice-enabled calendar
Manage your diary with a voice-enabled calendar powered by extended interactivity between a VoiceXML app and supporting scripts.

Build grid-ready applications with ObjectGrid: In-memory database easily scales across multiple physical machines
Step through the installation of the WebSphere Extended Deployment Data Grid ObjectGrid component in a stand-alone environment. With this in-memory database for your Java apps, share data across a wide range of application scenarios.

Using Python in WebSphere MQ applications
This article shows you how PyMQI, an open-source Python library built on top of the WebSphere MQ MQI library, lets you use the power of Python to develop tools and applications for WebSphere MQ.

Integrate metadata between WebSphere Service Registry and Repository and WebSphere Business Services Fabric
Configure WebSphere Business Services Fabric to retrieve service metadata from WebSphere Service Registry and Repository. Then use this data to assemble composite business services.

IDS Label-Based Access Control, a practical guide, Part 1: Understand the basics of LBAC in Informix Dynamic Server
Apply Label-Based Access Control to protect your data from illegal access, yet have the flexibility to allow users to restrictively access data.

Get started with DB2 Document Manager compound documents
Set up a document management system to maintain the relationship between an e-mail and an attachment, and display them together in the client application, even though they are stored and managed differently in the content repository.

XMLTABLE by Example: Part 1 - Introduction to the SQL/XML function "XMLTABLE"
Use XMLTABLE to retrieve XML data in relational format. Manage repeating or missing XML elements, and handle namespaces in the XMLTABLE function.

Minimize recoding impact: How to make a SPE and existing code work together
Learn how to take an existing project build and add in Cell/B.E. SPE-specific code, including modifying makefiles, to get the build system up and running and some basic ideas on how to quickly partition an existing application.

Save time and code with XPath 2.0 and XSLT 2.0: Use the to operator, the item data type, and sequences to create easy-to-maintain stylesheets
New features in XSLT 2.0 allow you to create stylesheets that are shorter and easier to maintain. Build a sample application that uses these features to generate a sophisticated HTML view of an XML document.

Managed Agent Explorer, Part 1: Test and inspect your WSDM endpoints
Interactively test your WSDM endpoints in real-time using the Eclipse TPTP tooling: Managed Agent Explorer.

Build an Eclipse plug-in to navigate content in an EMF model
Build an Eclipse plug-in that allows users to manipulate and navigate the content of an Eclipse Modeling Framework-based model.

Tackle WS-Security specification interoperability challenges, Part 3: Using the EJB proxy
Use an EJB as a proxy to get around WS-Security specification interoperability issues. Sample applications are provided.

Service-Oriented Architecture and Enterprise Architecture, Part 3: How do they work together?
Developing an SOA and an EA at the same time is tricky. This final installment of a three-part series culminates with SOA experts Dr. Mamdouh Ibrahim and Gil Long detailing lessons they learned in a US$1.6 billion IBM client engagement.

Python for system administrators
Familiarize yourself with the many features of Python and leverage them to increase proficiency in managing servers, logging issues, networking problems, and testing Web applications.

Invoking dynamic languages dynamically, Part 1: Introducing the Java scripting API
Easily integrate dozens of scripting languages into Java apps using the javax.script package. Alter those scripts dynamically at run time to change a running application's behavior.