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Cisco Design Essentials

Consider this scenario. You have two branch offices using IP telephony with CallManager 2.4. To handle admissions control between the two offices over a WAN, which of the following solutions will work?

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Cisco IP Telephony- Enterprise Voice Over Data Design Test

CallManager 2.x puts call detail records (CDRs) in Access or an OBDC database that is readable by most billing packages, but does not provide direct billing itself.

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The JSP Files (Part 5) - No Forwarding Address

JSP offers a number of advantages over other server−side scripting languages − as you've already seen, performance is just one of them. And this performance edge becomes particularly important when you combine it with another important benefit − the ability to seamlessly connect to a variety of database servers. By offering seamless database connectivity (okay, it's not as transparent as the database connectivity available in PHP, but it's still pretty good!) in combination with faster response times, JSP allows developers to build complex, scalable, data−driven Web applications while simultaneously enjoying short development cycles....

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The JSP Files (Part 6) - State of Grace

Over the past few weeks, you've learned a great deal about the various control structures and objects available in JSP. You've see how to retrieve information posted in an online form, and connect your JSP document to a database for dynamic content generation. This week in The JSP Files, we're going to tackle yet another very interesting topic − the problem of maintaining state on a Web site. We'll be looking at two common solutions to this problem − cookies and server−based sessions − and using simple examples to illustrate the JSP constructs available to help you identify and track client requests on your Web site. You'll...

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The JSP Files (Part 7) - Bugs, Beans and Banks

No programmer, no matter how good (s)he is, writes bug−free code all the time. And so, most programming languages come with built−in capabilities to catch errors and take remedial action. This action could be something as simple as displaying an error message, or as complex as heating your computer's innards until they burst into flame (just kidding!) Over the next couple of pages, we're going to look at some of the error−management techniques available in JSP, and also demonstrate some of the JSP directives used to integrate standalone JavaBeans into your JSP scripts....

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The JSP Files (Part 8) - Tagged and Bagged

Over the past few weeks, we've taken you on a guided tour of the intricacies of JSP, beginning with basics like conditional statements and loops, and quickly moving on to more complex things like form processing, session management, and error handling. But all good things must come to an end − and so, in this final episode of The JSP Files, we'll be briefly touching on a few other facets of this powerful server−side scripting language.

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Logo Usage Guidelines

In connection with the Firebox X appliance only, a WatchGuard licensed product. It should not be applied to other WatchGuard Products, or used in lieu of the WatchGuard logo, on WatchGuard Corporate pieces.

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Troy Technologies USA : A+ certification study guide windows

You have purchased one of the Troy Technologies USA Study Guides. This study guide consists of a selection of questions and answers similar to the ones you will find on the official A+ Certification exams. All you need to do is study and memorize the following questions and answers...and you will be ready to take the exams. Remember, we guarantee it! Average study time is 10 to 15 hours. Then you are ready.

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About This Guide

Welcome to Report Development Tools, the second book in the three-volume Reporting Made Easy series. In book 1, we presented the tactical approach to reporting and explored basic R/3 reporting concepts. Building on the material covered in the first book, this book focuses on creating reports with standard R/3 tools. In this book, we begin by reviewing the process of choosing a report development tool. Later, we provide information on each of the reporting tools to help you use them efficiently. In this book, we not only cover the core report development tools that were highlighted in book 1, but also several tools you may have only heard...

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Core Report Development Tools

In this section you will learn about the core set of report development tools in the R/3 System. The material presented here will help you: Decide which report development tool best fits your needs Understand the nuts-and-bolts of core R/3 report development tools Discover “tips and tricks“ on getting the most out of the report development tools (for advanced developers) Know where to find more information on the tools

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Chapter 1: Choosing the Right Report Development Tool

In Fundamentals of Reporting, the first book of this three-volume guidebook series, we presented a methodology to help you choose a report development tool that fits your reporting needs. Chapter 6 (book 1) showed how the process of selecting the right report development tool is an integral part of the tactical approach to reporting.

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Chapter 2: ABAP Query

In this chapter, you will learn about ABAP Query, a tool that lets you present data from database tables in report lists. Before getting into how you can use ABAP Query to create reports, it is important to understand its features and basic organization.

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Chapter 3: Report Painter/Report Writer

In this chapter you will learn about Report Painter/Report Writer, tools that let you report on data from multiple applications. Before jumping into how you can use Report Painter/Report Writer to create reports, it is important to understand its features and basic organization.

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Chapter 4: Drilldown Reporting

Drilldown reporting contains interactive functionality that lets you analyze the data collected in your application or information systems. Compared with other reporting tools, Drilldown offers greater flexibility in mining data. You can slice and dice data without the restrictions of formatted and fixed reports. Before jumping into how you can use Drilldown reporting to create and use reports, it is important to understand its features and basic organization.

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Chapter 5: LIS Standard Analyses

The LIS performs the following functions:

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Chapter 6: LIS Flexible Analyses

Flexible analysis gives you an adaptable way of combining and aggregating key figures to suit user requirements. This flexibility helps meet the information needs of users at different levels in an enterprise. For example, flexible analyses can provide administrators with detailed information and management with aggregated information. You can also define additional key figures by applying mathematical formulas to existing key figures.

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Chapter 7: Overview of Reporting in the Business Information Warehouse

A component of SAP’s New Dimension product, the Business Information Warehouse (BW) is an enterprise-wide information hub. It enables you to analyze data from R/3 applications or any other business application, including external data sources such as databases and the Internet. The SAP Business Information Warehouse also offers easy integration with other New Dimension products, such as the SAP Advanced Planner and Optimizer (SAP APO), the SAP Business to Business (SAP B2B), and the SAP Strategic Enterprise Management (SAP SEM). Additionally, the Business Information Warehouse is a core element of SAP’s MySAP.com’s reporting strategy....

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Chapter 8: Creating Workbooks

Bungee Software, Inc. develops and markets games for personal computers. Best-selling titles such as Portal Kombat, Barrio Brothers, and Kung Fu Grandma have helped Bungee Software become a leading supplier of computer games. However, the company is currently facing increased competition from Pixialated, Inc. To protect its market share, Bungee Software has formed a task force to explore ways to streamline its sales processes. The company has discovered that collecting and disseminating sales data to executives consumes considerable time and resources. The task force believes that easier access to sales and profit analysis information would save time and help executives with salesplanning activities....

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Chapter 9: Creating Queries

Before you start building a query, it is important to have a clear understanding of the user requirements. For instance, Bungee Software executives primarily request sales revenue and gross profit data, grouped by organization, product, customer, and sales employee. Thus, the relevant characteristics are Sales Organization, Distribution Channel, Division, Material, Material Group, Customer, and Sales Employee. The relevant key figures are Sales Revenue and Gross Profit. Users can include key figures and characteristics in one or more queries....

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Chapter 10: Working With the BEx Browser

In the previous two chapters (see graphic below) you learned how to create queries and insert them into a workbook. In this chapter you will see how to use the BEx Browser to access and execute workbooks. The following prerequisites must be met before you can execute workbooks from the BEx Browser:

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Chapter 11: Business Information Warehouse: Special Topics

SAP delivers DemoCubes containing examples of various analyses, including both data and formatted reports. The DemoCubes are easy to load and give users an overview of BW reporting. You can activate the configuration of DemoCube data (see below) and upload the data from flat files, regardless of whether or not you have connection to an R/3 System. You can execute workbooks contained in the DemoCube to better understand BW functionality.

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Chapter 12: ABAP Report Templates

In the preceding chapters you learned about the different report development tools available in the R/3 environment. This chapter introduces the basics of SAP’s programming language, Advanced Business Application Program (ABAP), which can be used to build custom reports. This chapter is structured differently than the others. It does not present all the features of ABAP—we leave that to the online documentation. Instead, we focus on helping you build an ABAP report using templates.

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Appendix A: ABAP List Viewer (ALV)

If it becomes necessary to write ABAP code to create your reports, then consider using the ABAP List Viewer (ALV) to simplify your development. Available in the R/3 System since Release 3.1, the ABAP List Viewer supports many of the standard R/3 reports. The ALV provides additional program code you can quickly add to any custom report for any SAP module. Many reports developed for Release 4.0 (and later) utilize the ABAP List Viewer. Additionally, many older standard R/3 reports (and reporting tools) have been modified to include the ABAP List Viewer....

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Appendix B: Extended Export of Lists (XXL)

Extended Export of Lists (XXL) helps achieve a tighter integration between the R/3 System and PC applications. XXL is an R/3 component that uses Microsoft Excel to display and manipulate list objects from R/3 applications. The XXL has two primary goals:

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Appendix C: SAP Open Information Warehouse

The SAP Open Information Warehouse (OIW) unifies the various information systems within the R/3 System into a single system. It pools various disparate information systems into a single, easy-to-use “information warehouse.” You can use the OIW to gain an overview of information units across the R/3 System. With the OIW you can overcome the boundaries that tend to exist among different information systems by easily combining particularly relevant information units into queries (for example, a sales report that combines stock and purchasing data, or a sales report that includes costing/profit information). All connected information systems automatically supply business data to the OIW....

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Appendix D: Web Reporting

SAP Web Reporting is a Web-RFC application that enables World Wide Web users with proper authorization to get immediate access to information in the R/3 System. Remote Function Call (RFC) is the name for a link into the R/3 programming structure. By placing URLs in web pages, you can:

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Appendix E: LIS Information Structures

The purpose of this appendix is to provide technical information to developers using the Logistics Information System (LIS). We provide here a list of the available information structures which are within the “SAP name space”—structures numbered between S001 and S500. We list the structures according to the application area for which they were created. The short descriptions provided are general; therefore, we recommend further consideration of the structures to determine which ones are appropriate for your use....

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Appendix F: Creating a Drilldown Report in the Executive Information System (EIS)

In chapter 4, Drilldown Reporting, you learned how to create a two-axis form report in Profitability Analysis (CO-PA). This appendix offers a different perspective on Drilldown reporting: Using the Executive Information System (EIS) to create a one-axis form report. Since the EIS is used across more applications than CO-PA, it is worth understanding how Drilldown reports can be created in the EIS. To better understand the basics of Drilldown reporting, you may find it helpful to first review the material presented in chapter 4....

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Appendix G: Glossary

ABAP Workbench tool that allows users who have little or no knowledge of ABAP, tables, or field names, to define and execute their own reports. To determine the structure of reports in ABAP Query, users enter text, then select fields and options. Fields are selected from functional areas and can be sequenced numerically. There are three types of reports available:

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Application InterProcess Communication Tutorial

Please notice, that the whole projects are already created, you don’t have to do this by yourself. However, this tutorial will help you to get a better start using the components. First, create a new project and save it as ServerUnit.pas respectively Server,dpr. Then add a new project to the project Group and save it as ClientUnit.pas and Client.dpr. Create a new unit csGlobals.pas and add csGlobals to the uses section of both, client and server.

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