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International Spectrum - Jul/Aug 2016


BUILDING A MODERN LINE-OF-BUSINESS APPLICATION PART 4: IDENTITY MANAGEMENT

This is part 4 in a series on exploring what it takes to build a Line-Of-Business application from scratch using the tools and features found in modern software technologies. In this article we explore identity management. What does it take to provide provide security, access management, and business discipline to the users of your software? Read Part 4 and find out.

NATHAN RECTOR


BUSINESS TECH: FLAWGORITHMS

I'm on Facebook, talking to Ross Morrissey, and we end up in a conversation about flawed assumptions in formulas. It started me thinking.

CHARLES BAROUCH


QM AND VFS

Sometimes MultiValue can be the complete solution. Sometimes we just use pieces. The database can be used without using mvBASIC or Proc. Or, you can code the middle in MultiValue and let SQL hold the data. Here's a success story with QM can playing that middle role.

BRIAN LEACH


UNSTRUCTURED DATA

In the world of data storage and retrieval, life used to be simple. You had elements of data. Data had various types. Data elements went in columns in a table. And those of us in MultiValue had it even easier because we weren't even bound by those rules. But now we have to deal with unstructured data - email, social media posts, videos, etc. This article explores some of the issues that will cause even a MultiValue Developer to react with, "Oh, my..."

NATHAN RECTOR


 


 

Archived Issues

MARAPR 2006

MARAPR 2006

NEW LEADERSHIP FOR INTERNATIONAL SPECTRUM So who is this new guy, and what is he going to do to our Spectrum? Find out what the new Chairman of International Spectrum plans to pursue. BY SHANNON STOLTZ

INVENTORY FOR PROGRAMMERS (PART
MY BLOG SPACE
HIGHLIGHTS FROM SPECTRUM ’06
INTERVIEW WITH INTERSYSTEMS
MIDDLEWARE METADATA AND MULTIV
USING THAT TRIGGER FINGER
MVCMS — OPEN SOURCE BACKED BY
DATABASE CHALLENGE
MAYJUN 2006

MAYJUN 2006

UNDERSTANDING OLAP AND PIVOT TABLES OLAP browsers,pivot tables, vectors, measures-it's a whole different language. Jim explains it using a tool you probably have on your desktop. Excel. BY JIM PAUL

SOA WHAT?
PRACTICAL ESB
INVENTORY FOR PROGRAMMERS, PAR
A BACKUP STRATEGY IN THE UNIDATA ENVIRONMENT
OVERVIEW OF MV.NET
AJAX AND OPENINSIGHT

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