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Jonathan Machules, Technology Director SOA is, as it was hyped by the marketing machines years ago, the next maturity level in Architecture. Service Orientation adds another level of design, development and maintenance considerations to projects. Another trend in the industry is the off-shore model of development of these projects. You can see why project success with these maturing trends... + continue reading
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In our current economic environment, the financial industry is challenged today by two very significant needs to improve efficiency and enhance service. I spoke about these business needs last year at an event hosted by Prolifics and IBM, and they couldn’t be more significant today. To satisfy these requirements, organizations are tasked with driving down costs by consolidating duplicated... + continue reading
Alok Keshri |
Until version 7.1, IBM ILOG-JRules had Hosted Transparent Decision Service (HTDS) working only when you had dynamic Execution Object Model (XML XOM). However, in IBM Operational Decision Manager (ODM) 8, IBM enables you to still use the HTDS when have static XOM (java XOM). Though this is good for the projects where XOM was defined in Java and Rules needs to be exposed as Web-Service, in ODM... + continue reading
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Devi Gupta, Vice President of Marketing We’ve been building Portal applications for years…with over 230 implementations under our belt. The obvious “first implementation” done by most organizations is to create a Content Portal, otherwise known as Employee Portal, Intranet Portal, etc. We can get a typical content portal up and running in 3 weeks and can obviously do... + continue reading
Prolifics |
So far, we have looked into folder structure, logging device information, splash screen, Offline Mode, State Manager and Navigation. In this final part, we will look into callbacks, source control and finally put together all our learnings and come up with an InitPage.js that implements all Best practices discussed so far. 1) Callbacks: Callbacks form an essential part of JavaScript and it... + continue reading
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It’s that time of the year again. As we enter the holiday season, I’m already looking forward to starting the New Year with an overview of the latest industry trends and learning about new technology opportunities. I always felt that it would be nice if someone could give me a quick session and bring me up to speed with technological changes that happened over the past year; what... + continue reading