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Published: 2017-03-23T13:55-07:00

 



Easily Store and Exchange Office Application Documents in Multiple Formats Using OpenDocument - Introducing OpenDocument

2009-01-09T11:36:32.000-07:00

The OASIS Open Document Format for Office Applications (ODF) is an XML standard that lets you store and exchange office application documents, including word-processor, spreadsheet, and presentation files. Whether you try to perform special tasks on files saved from such applications or work on applications to process such files, you should become familiar with this important format. Learn about the two possible forms of OpenDocument files, as multipart packages and as single XML documents, and learn how to



Enhance Security & Simplify Password Maintenance with User Mapping Plug-Ins - Develop user mapping plug-ins for WebSphere Federation Server

2009-01-02T11:51:03.000-07:00

IBM WebSphere Federation Server V9.1 enables users to retrieve all of their enterprise user mappings from external repositories by developing and configuring custom user mapping plug-ins. This tutorial provides a step-by-step guide to develop a custom Java plug-in for WebSphere Federation Server to retrieve user mappings from Microsoft Active Directory (AD).



Use Groovy to Streamline Java Development - Fluently Groovy

2008-12-19T11:12:13.000-07:00

This tutorial is for Java developers unfamiliar with Groovy, who want a quick and easy introduction to the basics. Get started with Groovy's simplified variation of the Java syntax and learn about essential features like native collections, built-in regular expressions, and closures. Write your first Groovy class, and then see how easily you can use JUnit to test it. You'll walk away from this one-hour tutorial with a fully functioning Groovy development environment and the skills to use it. Best of all, yo



True Image Echo Products Presentation

2008-11-26T11:04:32.000-07:00

This presentation will explain the features of Acronis True Image Echo products suite and the technologies used for protecting your business IT infrastructure against data loss 7 x 24 x 365.



The IDS Detective Game

2008-10-10T11:01:04.000-07:00

Here's a fun way to learn about IBM Informix! Learn or teach the basics of Informix Dynamic Server (IDS) and relational databases with an interactive game called "The IDS Detective Game." The game teaches relational database concepts and shows how technology can be applied to solving real-life problems (the game's theme is a crime investigation).



10 time-saving techniques in Eclipse Europa

2008-09-05T11:04:09.000-07:00

Eclipse Europa offers many convenient features for navigating and editing Java files. Discover what they are and how to use them, and when you're finished, you may be saying, "I didn't know that!"



Reduce Development Time and Increase Agility Using a Native XML Database - Use an XML database in PHP and Java applications

2008-09-05T11:03:35.000-07:00

Native XML databases have grown in popularity along with XML, because data is stored as native XML, rather than through tables in a traditional database. Using a native XML database means that a change to the schema requires minimal changes to your code and no change to the database. PHP and Java developers can benefit greatly from using native XML databases. In this tutorial, you will get quickly up to speed using a native XML database and see how to use it to benefit XML development.



Develop applications using the IBM Enterprise Content Management Java APIs with IBM Rational Application Developer

2008-08-29T11:57:06.000-07:00

This tutorial provides a fast start to managing your enterprise content using the Java APIs for IBM Content Manager, IBM FileNet P8 Content Manager, and IBM Information Integrator Content Edition. Learn how to set up the IBM Rational Application Developer environment for each of the APIs covered, and start writing simple code to log-on, search, retrieve, and view documents using each API.



Understanding SPARQL

2008-08-22T11:25:03.000-07:00

The Semantic Web, a knowledge-centric model for the Web's future, supplements human-readable documents and XML message formats with data that can be understood and processed by machines. SPARQL Protocol and RDF Query Language (SPARQL) is to the semantic Web as SQL is to a relational database. It allows applications to make sophisticated queries against distributed RDF databases, and is widely supported by many competing frameworks. This tutorial demonstrates its use through the example of a team tracking an



Create secure Java applications productively, Part 1: Use Rational Application Developer and Data Studio

2008-08-08T10:13:19.000-07:00

This is the first in a two-part tutorial series creating secure Java-based Web applications using Rational Application Developer, Data Studio and Rational AppScan. This first tutorial begins by showcasing how Data Studio with pureQuery can increase the efficiency of your database-driven Web development. You will be developing a Java Web application with Rational Application Developer, and then with Java Server Pages (JSP) you will deploy the application on WebSphere Application Server.



Easily Monitor and Manage the Health of Q Replication and Event Publishing - Replication live: Use the Q Replication Dashboard for real-time monitoring

2008-06-23T12:00:14.000-07:00

The Q Replication Dashboard is a part of the IBM Data Studio Administration Console that helps you monitor and manage the health of Q replication and event publishing. In this tutorial, quickly set up a working replication environment, and use the dashboard to view latency and throughput, spot problems and analyze performance.



Ace the Linux Certification Exam 301 with this Comprehensive Study Guide - LPI exam 301 prep, Topic 304: Usage

2008-06-16T12:01:35.000-07:00

In this tutorial, Sean Walberg helps you prepare to take the Linux Professional Institute Senior Level Linux Professional (LPIC-3) exam. In this fourth in a series of six tutorials, Sean walks you through searching your LDAP tree and using the command-line tools. You'll also learn how to set up Microsoft Outlook to query your LDAP tree.



Setting up your own on-demand video site with PHP, Part 1: Groundwork

2008-05-20T12:00:56.000-07:00

Setting up your own on-demand video site doesn't have to be complicated. But if you're going to be doing a lot of videos, you'll need a way to keep them organized. This three-part "Setting up your own on-demand video site with PHP" tutorial series will take you through what you need to know to create video optimized for the Web, as well as creating a PHP application that will keep your videos organized and readily accessible. Part 1 lays the groundwork by assembling and installing the necessary components a



Cell/B.E. SDK 3.0 tools, Part 1: Using performance tools

2008-05-20T11:56:34.000-07:00

This introductory tutorial, designed as a companion for the IBM SDK for Multicore Acceleration, Version 3.0 (otherwise known as the Cell Broadband Engine(R) SDK), teaches you how to use five performance tools that reside in the SDK 3.0: OProfile, Cell Performance Counter, Performance Debugging Tool, the PDT Trace Reader, and FDPR-Pro. The Visual Performance Analyzer, available separately, is also highlighted.



LPI exam 301 prep, Topic 306: Capacity planning

2008-05-20T11:55:51.000-07:00

In this tutorial, Sean Walberg helps you prepare to take the Linux Professional Institute Senior Level Linux Professional (LPIC-3) exam. In this last in a series of six tutorials, Sean walks you through monitoring your system resources, troubleshooting resource problems, and analyzing system capacity.



LPI exam 301 prep, Topic 305: Integration and migration

2008-05-20T11:55:01.000-07:00

In this tutorial, Sean Walberg helps you prepare to take the Linux Professional Institute Senior Level Linux Professional (LPIC-3) exam. In this fifth in a series of six tutorials, Sean walks you through integrating LDAP with your system's logins and applications. He also details the procedure to integrate your server into a foreign Microsoft Active Directory.



Oracle Discoverer: Scheduling & Emailing Discoverer Reports

2007-07-18T18:03:02.000-07:00

Oracle Discoverer: Scheduling and Emailing Oracle Discoverer reports feature is not currently available in the current release of Discoverer. This document outlines a workaround for this issue.



Setting Up a DHCP Server for your Organization

2005-12-08T14:45:03.000-07:00

One of the most basic processes on a network is that of assigning IP addresses to network clients. Although there are many different types of DHCP servers that can do the job, you can configure Windows Server 2003 to act as a DHCP server.



Integrate COM Component Functionality into Your PL/SQL Codebase

2005-11-30T18:02:21.000-07:00

Oracle provides developers a simple API that enables them to interact with most Microsoft COM objects directly from PL/SQL. Learn how to install the COM option and tap into the functionality of pre-built COM components on your machine right now.



Connect the Dots: Create Rubber Bands with Flash's Drawing API

2005-11-30T17:58:40.000-07:00

Using Flash's Drawing API to keep MovieClips connected at runtime isn't only easy-it has additional benefits. In addition to commonly used rigid lines, you can connect clips with rubber bands.