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  • SAP vs. Oracle: Round two

    We recently asked two prominent experts to argue their respective cases for SAP vs. Oracle. These follow-up columns are their official rebuttals of each other's arguments.  Continue Reading

  • Book excerpt: SAP R/3 for Everyone

    This chapter examines line-item reports and issues like sorting and grouping, filtering techniques, executing transaction procedures, handling negative values and summing columns.  Continue Reading

  • Securing Web Services with Java

    This chapter of the book Building Web Services with Java examines security basics, Web services-specific security, trust, security policies, enterprise security, authorization, security services and J2EE security.  Continue Reading

  • A primer on XML

    This chapter examines the origins of XML and dives into issues like document vs. data-centric XML, instances, namespaces and document type definitions. It also provides insight into the best approach for XML schemas. This overview containing many ...  Continue Reading

  • Chapter 14: 'Sorting, filtering and summing up line-item reports'

    This chapter examines the inner workings of line-item reports and how to effectively work with them. Topics include sorting and grouping, filtering techniques, executing transaction procedures, handling negative values and easily summing up columns ...  Continue Reading

  • Chapter 9: 'Securing Web Services'

    First, we get a walk-through of security basics along with Web Services-specific security. Then the focus shifts to more specific issues like trust, security policies, Enterprise security, authorization and security services. It also has a dedicated...  Continue Reading

  • Chapter 2: 'XML primer'

    This chapter examines the origins of XML and dives into issues like document vs. data-centric XML, instances, namespaces and document type definitions. We also get some insights into the best approach for XML schemas and processing best-practices. ...  Continue Reading

  • Chapter of the Month -- March 2006

    This chapter examines background processing features like the job scheduler, analysis functions, authorizations, transactions and menu paths.  Continue Reading

  • SAP vs. Oracle

    The SAP/Oracle battle is as fierce as ever. Who will emerge victorious? Two prominent experts from both sides of the fence make their respective cases.  Continue Reading

  • Book excerpt: Database tuning: Making it sing

    With an estimated three out of four SAP shops running Oracle, odds are you or someone on your team could use some help getting that ol' database in shape. This chapter will help.  Continue Reading

  • Chapter 4: 'Database tuning: Making it sing'

    Oracle's database engine is a highly tunable creature and, metaphorically speaking, you can make it sing by monitoring how it performs as it runs. This chapter walks you through a number of potential quagmires and tips and tricks on how to crank ...  Continue Reading

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