A recent thread in the public forums, which you may have seen already, brings to light some new possibilities that I would like to cover today. So far in this series we’ve been talking about new offerings of the updated SDK and the code within; part of that development lifecycle would optimally include some…
FLAIM is a very scalable, quite fantastic database technology. However, it is sorely neglected outside of Novell / Attachmate. This Cool Solution is an effort to make it slightly more available by fixing some problems compiling it on OS X.
This document is intended as a guide for developers to leverage the SOAP and REST web services available as part of the Novell Identity Manager Roles Based Provisioning Module (RBPM).
This is a very simple PERL script that may be quite useful when working with delimited text files, especially for those of you who write/maintain Delimited Text drivers in IDM.
An update to the verry handy cool solution Sample Code – LDAPNetAddr
I found that recently our edir returned an addresstype 9 (tcp) instead of 1 (IP), which wasn’t handled correctly by the sample code. I’ve modified the code to handle these addresses correctly.
Compilers are our friends…right? So tell me: why would a friend change your software to create an infinite loop in your code without you knowing? Such an action would no doubt create potential havoc for someone using your software. Heavens knows how many headache pills would need to be ingested as you debug that gem!
Some may wonder if it is possible to load new rules dynamically in Drools Expert. Sure you can! But be very careful. There could be unintended consequences.
Customers are asking for HTML 5 support. Simply put this is a new rev of HTML. For the most part it means very little. No more frames and framesets, just iframes and web2 XHTML access.
From time to time, for performance reasons or architectural implementation reasons, you need to use a variable globally across multiple instances of server side scripts.