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Great Article ! It has opened up a whole new set o...

2009-08-04T02:44:54.253+08:00

Great Article !
It has opened up a whole new set of possibilities.
Thanks !!



An excellent article indeed. This technique is goi...

2008-07-02T18:19:00.000+08:00

An excellent article indeed. This technique is going to be very useful in case when we interface ADF with SAP, where many attributes like material and customer numbers come right padded with zeros and also have to stored in the DB the same way.

Thank you Chris



Excellent article. This was almost exactly what I ...

2007-07-05T18:06:00.000+08:00

Excellent article. This was almost exactly what I was looking to do. The only difference I've added is a value of 'M' to force mixed case, since in my project attributes are set to upper case automatically.