This tutorial is basically a script that creates a PowerShell module and publishes it to the PowerShell Gallery. Another scripts tells you how to install the published module and make us of it.
For Meteor there are not many options left when choosing a user account package. The built-in option is the only use- and successful solution so far. The package is well documented and works like a charm. However, whenever I set up the account system in Meteor I am confronted with these two scenarios:
- How can I extend the user profile object with data from a registration form? (A user should be able to edit the profile data himself later on.)
- And how can I add other attributes to the user collection object? (A user should not be able to change a custom attribute himself later on.)
These are two fundamental obstacles almost every developer faces when setting up the account system. There are a lot of solutions out there on how to do this in Meteor properly, but a lot of them are poorly described and make it difficult the get the right idea of how the account system works. It got even more difficult due to API changes and Meteor itself that changed a lot over years. Now I would like to give a good example for this two questions.
Welcome to third part of my 3-tier application tutorial. Within this and the next part we are going to develope simple webservice that communicates with the database and maps Java objects to data tables.
We will create a controller that communicates with our MySQL database using the EclipseLink ORM to abstract this process.
Here’s a picture of what we want to achieve. A simple webservice that’s serves depending on the url an array of json data.
This post is part of my Your own Virtual Private Server hosting solution project.
Get the latest version of this article here: https://gist.github.com/9543913.
GPG keys are used for symmetric key encryption.
GnuPG is the most common tool to create such keys.
This post of is part of my Install SharePoint 2013 Three-tier Farm project.
As many other Windows services SharePoint and SQL Server requires different service accounts in order to run secure and reliable.
There are different concepts and strategies to create service accounts for a SharePoint installation. One of the most reliable solution I’ve found here.
In certain cases SharePoint alerts are more useful than workflows, f.e. having the possibility to let users manager their alerts is not possible with workflows.
To manager alerts for a couple of users on specific lists I’ve written a script that handles the whole cycle of alerts. It let me delete, update and create alerts based on predefined configuration.