As of Peopletools 8.52, a lot has been done regarding the Integration Broker configuration and use through the Integration Network WorkCenter. Many tasks have been made easier than ever for the configuration and maintenance of all the messaging between systems. Few months ago, I showed how it can be set and used.
Before performance testing a live application, we would first need to understand the performance goals and requirements. By obtaining and analyzing the existing performance metrics, we get a thorough idea on the system performance and this can be used for further benchmarking purpose. And these data are extremely important if an upgrade activity has been [...]
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My little grammatical brain can't decide if it's Mothers Day, Mother's Day, or Mothers' Day...so I just went with the general public consensus. But I want you to know that deep down, I think it's Mothers' Day.
In some parts around the world, this Sunday is dedicated to the mothers out there. For Mother’s Day, we’ve rounded up sites on motherhood, parenting, and family. On WordPress.com, you’ll discover mothers on all paths: new moms, stay-at-home-moms, single moms, mothers who are full-time writers, and more. (Even mommy men, as you’ll see below.)
We especially want to highlight bloggers with unique perspectives and thoughtful commentary, as well as collaborative blogs with multiple contributors. So, we hope you enjoy this sampling of sites in honor of this special day.
The start of an open source EPUB editing tool in Java. Right now, you're able to open EPUB files, view their content (the JavaFX WebView is used to display the XHTML content), and even extract the content of EPUB files so that they can be edited in a new EPUB project type, prior to letting you recreate the EPUB file from the project. Click to enlarge the image below.
A few appointments ago, our OB commented to Ryan and I that were in the "boring part" of the pregnancy - if only I had known how right he was! Don't get me wrong, I am so grateful that it's been "boring," that's about the best thing you can ask for when there's a little bitty on the way. But we just flipped the switch to full term (37 weeks) on Thursday, and I have almost everything checked off my to do list.