Archive for May, 2010

Tips and Tricks for programming in Liferay Extended Environment – Part 1

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Hi there, As my journey with Liferay continues I thought it would be a good idea to write down some.. let’s say, miscellaneous stuff that were apparently trivial, but turned out to consume much more time than expected. So, there is one for today (actually happened last week) and I will keep updating this blog […]

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Windows Application interaction with a Web Page

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Displaying a web page inside a widows form application and interact with the content it’s very simple using System.Windows.Forms.WebBrowser. This way you can easily create a panel containing ads in to your application or even communicate with a 3rd Party web component for displaying data. In our case we needed to integrate an enterprise application […]

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Integrating Lotus Notes applications with web services(Part 2)

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Once we received the information from the web services, the next step was to parse that stream in order to get the necessary data. I needed a quick and easy way of doing this. After a little search on the existing solutions, I have chosen to use Xstream library. It’s simple to work with and […]

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Login module via LDAP with Active Directory User in Java

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In this article I will briefly describe the steps needed for creating a user login for an application with users registered in an Active Directory. Login will be done via LDAP protocol, and the credentials will be matched against the Active Directory registered user’s credentials.

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Binding Breakpoints in Visual Studio Debugging

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Few months back I ran into a strange behavior regarding breakpoints. Debugging a c# solution in Visual Studio 2008 I’ve noticed the breakpoints I have “click” removed during one debug session reappear as soon as session ends.

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Parse an XML file issue

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If you wish to create an XML file and then parse it to use the containing information for some other logic you should keep in mind a small, but annoying “feature”. Error : -> org.xml.sax.SAXParseException: Content is not allowed in prolog.

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Extending PostgreSQL – A better CONCAT operator

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PostgreSQL users have the option of extending the set of functions and operators available. If you have a common SQL or programmatic routine, custom functions can be an effective way to more succinctly and efficiently accomplish your tasks. Likewise, custom operators can be created to call these functions (or existing built-in functions) in order to […]

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The access rules for each user on page in wordpress

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The client wanted to limit the access to certain pages based on user account and password. So some pages can only accessed by some users that gave them permission the site manager. For that i create two radio input type with “Yes” or “No” protect page options.When i selected “Yes” option i can chosen from […]

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