Search Results

Search found 29753 results on 1191 pages for 'best practices'.

Page 8/1191 | < Previous Page | 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15  | Next Page >

  • Coding guidelines + Best Practises?

    - by Chathuranga Chandrasekara
    I couldn't find any question that directly applies to my query so I am posting this as a new question. If there is any existing discussion that may help me, please point it out and close the question. Question: I am going to do a presentation on C# coding guidelines but it is not supposed to limit to coding standards. So I have a rough idea but I think I need to address good programing practices. So the contents will be something like this. Basic coding standards - Casing, Formatting etc. Good practices - Usage of Hashset over other data structures, String vs String Builder, String's immutability and using them effectively etc Really I would like to add more good practices (Especially to improve the performance.) So like to hear some more good practices to be used with C#. Any suggestions??? (No need of large descriptions :) Just the idea is sufficient.)

    Read the article

  • Best deployment strategy for Python google app engine

    - by sushant
    I wonder if there are any best practices/patterns for deploying python apps on Google app engine specifically Django. The best practice should be combination of existing best practices viz. Fabric, Paver, Buildout etc. Also please share best practice patterns for developing (I could not get virtualenv running with Django and Django App engine helper)

    Read the article

  • Data Warehouse Best Practices

    - by jean-pierre.dijcks
    In our quest to share our endless wisdom (ahem…) one of the things we figured might be handy is recording some of the best practices for data warehousing. And so we did. And, we did some more… We now have recreated our websites on Oracle Technology Network and have a separate page for best practices, parallelism and other cool topics related to data warehousing. But the main topic of this post is the set of recorded best practices. Here is what is available (and it is a series that ties together but can be read independently), applicable for almost any database version: Partitioning 3NF schema design for a data warehouse Star schema design Data Loading Parallel Execution Optimizer and Stats management The best practices page has a lot of other useful information so have a look here.

    Read the article

  • Webcast Replay Available: E-Business Suite Release 12.1 Upgrade Best Practices - Technical Insight

    - by BillSawyer
    I am pleased to release the replay and presentation for the latest ATG Live Webcast: E-Business Suite Release 12.1 Upgrade Best Practices - Technical Insight (Presentation)Udayan Parvate, Director, E-Business Suite Release Engineering and Uday Moogala, Senior Principal Engineer, Applications Performance discussed the best practices that you can apply when upgrading your E-Business Suite instance to Release 12.1 and beyond. They discussed upgrade paths, resources, and practices to minimize downtime during the upgrade. (April 2012)Finding other recorded ATG webcastsThe catalog of ATG Live Webcast replays, presentations, and all ATG training materials is available in this blog's Webcasts and Training section.

    Read the article

  • Best Practices For Database Consolidation On Exadata - New Whitepapers

    - by Javier Puerta
     Best Practices For Database Consolidation On Exadata Database Machine (Nov. 2011) Consolidation can minimize idle resources, maximize efficiency, and lower costs when you host multiple schemas, applications or databases on a target system. Consolidation is a core enabler for deploying Oracle database on public and private clouds.This paper provides the Exadata Database Machine (Exadata) consolidation best practices to setup and manage systems and applications for maximum stability and availability:Download here Oracle Exadata Database Machine Consolidation: Segregating Databases and Roles (Sep. 2011) This paper is focused on the aspects of segregating databases from each other in a platform consolidation environment on an Oracle Exadata Database Machine. Platform consolidation is the consolidation of multiple databases on to a single Oracle Exadata Database Machine. When multiple databases are consolidated on a single Database Machine, it may be necessary to isolate certain database components or functions in order to meet business requirements and provide best practices for a secure consolidation. In this paper we outline the use of Oracle Exadata database-scoped security to securely separate database management and provide a detailed case study that illustrates the best practices. Download here

    Read the article

  • Partner Pricing- und Business Practices-Update jetzt erhältlich

    - by swalker
    Klicken Sie hier, um das Partner Business Practices-Update vom 25. Oktober 2011 zu erhalten.* (PDF) Was ist im Partner Pricing- und Business Practices-Update vom 25. Oktober enthalten? Themen im Hinblick auf Preisstruktur und Lizenzierung Exalogic and SPARC SuperCluster Update Oracle Technologie-Update Oracle Fusion Applications Update Oracle Fusion Cloud Service-Update Update zur Oracle Application Integration Architecture Siebel CRM  Applications Update Oracle CRM On Demand Update Business Process Outsourcing-Update Ungeachtet aller gegenteiligen Festlegungen in einer Partnerbereitstellungsvereinbarung bleiben alle vorhandenen, gültigen Angebote, die von Partnern an Endkunden vor dem 1. September 2011 ausgegeben werden und von den Preis- und Lizenzierungsänderungen vom 25. Oktober 2011 betroffen sind, gültig. Bestellungen, die von Partnern nach diesen Angeboten eingesendet werden, werden bis zum 30. November 2011 berücksichtigt. Partnerangebote, die am oder nach dem 1. September 2011 an Enduser weitergegeben werden, unterliegen den Bedingungen der Bereitstellungsvereinbarung des Partners. Was müssen Sie tun? Besuchen Sie regelmäßig die Seite mit den Partner Pricing- und Business Practices-Updates auf dem OPN-Portal, um mehr über diese Aktualisierungen zu erfahren und bezüglich der neuesten Erklärungen und Ressourcen zu Preis-, Lizenzierungs- und Geschäftspraktiken auf dem aktuellen Stand zu sein. Weitere Informationen Um auf die Partner Pricing- und Business Practices-Updates und das Archiv aller Partner Pricing- und Business Practices-Updates zuzugreifen, klicken Sie hier. * Vertraulich: Die in dieser Mitteilung enthaltenen Informationen richten sich an die Mitglieder des Oracle PartnerNetwork. Bei diesen Informationen handelt es sich um vertrauliche Informationen von Oracle. Sie dürfen von Ihnen nur im Zusammenhang mit dem Vertrieb oder der Implementierung von Oracle Produkten oder Services bei Endkunden oder autorisierten Oracle Partner verwendet werden.

    Read the article

  • OBIEE 11.1.1 - BI Design Best Practices Whitepaper V1.2

    - by Nicolas Barasz
    Oracle BI Principles. Repository design best practices. Dashboards and reports design best practices. 10g Upgrade considerations. This new version includes 40 more slides than the previous one. Multiple new best practices specific to 11g and a lot of new information about upgrade from 10g. Click here to download (Right click or option-click the link and choose "Save As..." to download this pdf file)

    Read the article

  • Google I/O 2010 - GWT testing best practices

    Google I/O 2010 - GWT testing best practices Google I/O 2010 - GWT testing best practices GWT 301 Daniel Danilatos GWT has a lot of little-publicized infrastructure that can help you build apps The Right Way: test-driven development, code coverage, comprehensive unit tests, and integration testing using Selenium or WebDriver. This session will survey GWT's testing infrastructure, describe some best practices we've developed at Google, and help you avoid common pitfalls. For all I/O 2010 sessions, please go to code.google.com From: GoogleDevelopers Views: 14 1 ratings Time: 59:34 More in Science & Technology

    Read the article

  • What is the best way to work with large databases in Java depending on context?

    - by Singletony
    Hi guys. We are trying to figure out the best practice for working with very large DBs in Java. What we do is a kind of BI, i.e analyzing very large DBs, and using them to create intermediate DBs that represent intelligent knowledge of the DBs. We are currently using JDBC, and just preforming queries using a ResultSet. As more and more data is being created, we are wondering whether more appropriate ways exist for parsing and manipulating these large DBs: We need to support 'chunk' manipulation and not an entire DB at once(e.g. limit in JDBC, very poor performance) We do not need to be constantly connected since we are just pulling results and creating new tables of our own. We want to understand JDBC alternatives, with respect to advantages and disadvantages. Whether you think JDBC is the way to go or not, what are the best practices to go by depending on context (e.g. for large DBs queried in chunks) ? If my question is not clear, I will gladly elaborate! THANK YOU SO MUCH!

    Read the article

  • Oracle WebCenter in Action: Best Practices from Oracle Consulting

    - by Kellsey Ruppel
    Oracle WebCenter in Action: Best Practices from Oracle ConsultingSee concrete, real-world examples of deployments throughout the Oracle WebCenter stack. Oracle Consulting will lead you through a discussion about best practices and key customer use cases, as well as offer practical tips to support web experience management, enterprise content management, and portal deployments.Watch this webcast as our presenters discuss: Best practices for deployments of large complex architectures with Oracle WebCenter Sites Key deployments and helpful hints for Oracle WebCenter Content Performance tuning takeaways when using Oracle WebCenter Portal Watch the webcast by registering now. REGISTER NOW

    Read the article

  • What is the best way to store anciliary data with a 2D timeseries object in R?

    - by Mike52
    I currently try to move from matlab to R. I have 2D measurements, consisting of irradiance in time and wavelength together with quality flags and uncertainty and error estimates. In Matlab I extended the timeseries object to store both the wavelength array and the auxiliary data. What is the best way in R to store this data? Ideally I would like this data to be stored together such that e.g. window(...) keeps all data synchronized.

    Read the article

  • winforms databinding best practices

    - by Kaiser Soze
    Demands / problems: I would like to bind multiple properties of an entity to controls in a form. Some of which are read only from time to time (according to business logic). When using an entity that implements INotifyPropertyChanged as the DataSource, every change notification refreshes all the controls bound to that data source (easy to verify - just bind two properties to two controls and invoke a change notification on one of them, you will see that both properties are hit and reevaluated). There should be user friendly error notifications (the entity implements IDataErrorInfo). (probably using ErrorProvider) Using the entity as the DataSource of the controls leads to performance issues and makes life harder when its time for a control to be read only. I thought of creating some kind of wrapper that holds the entity and a specific property so that each control would be bound to a different DataSource. Moreover, that wrapper could hold the ReadOnly indicator for that property so the control would be bound directly to that value. The wrapper could look like this: interface IPropertyWrapper : INotifyPropertyChanged, IDataErrorInfo { object Value { get; set; } bool IsReadOnly { get; } } But this means also a different ErrorProvider for each property (property wrapper) I feel like I'm trying to reinvent the wheel... What is the 'proper' way of handling complex binding demands like these? Thanks ahead.

    Read the article

  • WiX tricks and best practices

    - by Si
    We've been using WiX 3 for a while now, and despite the usual gripes about ease of use, it's going reasonably well. What I'm looking for is useful advice regarding: Setting up a WiX project (layout, references, file patterns) Integrating WiX into solutions, and build/release processes Configuring installers for new installations and upgrades Also interested in any good WiX hacks you'd like to share, thanks!

    Read the article

  • Partial template specialization of free functions - best practices

    - by Poita_
    As most C++ programmers should know, partial template specialization of free functions is disallowed. For example, the following is illegal C++: template <class T, int N> T mul(const T& x) { return x * N; } template <class T> T mul<T, 0>(const T& x) { return T(0); } // error: function template partial specialization ‘mul<T, 0>’ is not allowed However, partial template specialization of classes/structs is allowed, and can be exploited to mimic the functionality of partial template specialization of free functions. For example, the target objective in the last example can be achieved by using: template <class T, int N> struct mul_impl { static T fun(const T& x) { return x * N; } }; template <class T> struct mul_impl<T, 0> { static T fun(const T& x) { return T(0); } }; template <class T, int N> T mul(const T& x) { return mul_impl<T, N>::fun(x); } It's more bulky and less concise, but it gets the job done -- and as far as users of mul are concerned, they get the desired partial specialization. My questions is: when writing templated free functions (that are intended to be used by others), should you automatically delegate the implementation to a static method function of a class, so that users of your library may implement partial specializations at will, or do you just write the templated function the normal way, and live with the fact that people won't be able to specialize them?

    Read the article

  • Best Practices for persisting iPod Playlist (MPMediaItemCollection) across sessions

    - by coneybeare
    When using in-app audio in the iPhone SDK, it is possible to allow users to select a list from their ipod library and create an in-app local playlist. If I want to persist this choice, it is easy to serialize the data and write to file, then recover. Just vanilla like this, however, leads me to think there is going to be something wrong. For example, what if the user syncs and removes sounds? I can loop across them all and query the iPod DB at setup time, but with lists that could be 50,000 long, this could take some time. How are other people doing this and what are some gotchas that I haven't though about?

    Read the article

  • Good place to look for example Database Designs - Best practices

    - by Younes
    I have been given the task to design a database to store a lot of information for our company. Because the task is rather big and contains multiple modules where users should be able to do stuff, I'm worried about designing a good data model for this. I just don't want to end up with a badly designed database. I want to have some decent examples of database structures for contracts / billing / orders etc to combine those in one nice relational database. Are there any resources out there that can help me with some examples regarding this?

    Read the article

  • Best Practices - Data Annotations vs OnChanging in Entity Framework 4

    - by jptacek
    I was wondering what the general recommendation is for Entity Framework in terms of data validation. I am relatively new to EF, but it appears there are two main approaches to data validation. The first is to create a partial class for the model, and then perform data validations and update a rule violation collection of some sort. This is outlined at http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc716747.aspx The other is to use data annotations and then have the annotations perform data validation. Scott Guthrie explains this on his blog at http://weblogs.asp.net/scottgu/archive/2010/01/15/asp-net-mvc-2-model-validation.aspx. I was wondering what the benefits are of one over the other. It seems the data annotations would be the preferred mechanism, especially as you move to RIA Services, but I want to ensure I am not missing something. Of course, nothing precludes using both of them together. Thanks John

    Read the article

  • Best way to replicate / mirror 100s of databases in SQL 2005

    - by mrwayne
    Hi, I currently host around 400-500 SQL 2005 databases of varying sizes (1-10 gig) each. I am aware of most of the different methods available and the general pros/cons of mirroring, log shipping, replication and clustering, but i am not aware of how well they tend to perform when its employed at the size i have specified (400-500 unique databases). Does anyone have any good advice on what is likely the best method for having the ability to fail over to another server with this sort of setup? Fail over does not need to be immediate, i'm just looking for something better than taking backups every day and moving them to storage. I'm preferably looking for something that would also makes it easy to manage the databases in bulk (as opposed to one at a time). Thanks for your input!

    Read the article

  • Updating multiple Sprites - AS3 performance best practices

    - by dani
    Within the container "BubbleContainer" I have multiple "Bubble sprites". Each bubble's graphics object (a circle) is updated on a timer event. Let's say I have 50 Bubble sprites and each circle's radius should be updated with a mathematical formula. How do I organize this logic? How do I update all Bubble sprites within the BubbleContainer? (should I call a bubble.update() function or make a temporary reference to the graphics object?) Where do I put the Math logic? (as static functions?)

    Read the article

  • Best Practices for Source Control Dependencies

    - by VirtuosiMedia
    How do you handle source control setup of a project that has dependency on a separate framework or library? For example, Project A uses Framework B. Should Project A also include the code from Framework B in its repository? Is there a way for it to be included automatically from a different repository or would I have to updated it manually? What are the general approaches are usually taken for this scenario? Assume that I control the repositories for both Project A and Framework B and that the source code for both is not compiled. Any resources or suggestions would be greatly appreciated. I'm currently using Subversion (on a very basic level), but I would like to switch to Mercurial so that I can try out Kiln with Fogbugz. Edit: In Mercurial, would you use parent repositories for this function?

    Read the article

  • mvc presentation model best-practices

    - by Andrew Florko
    Hello, everybody How do you usually convert business objects to presentation? For example: Business object Person { Id, FirstName, LastName, Patronymic ... } should be presented as "LastName F. P. " in html layout. We use Presentation classes hierarchy to represent data ready for output from Business model. Questions: Will you keep presentation model completely separated from Business Model. For example, can strong-typed views (MVC ASP.NET) aggregate formatted business data as well as raw business objects (that leads toward <%=Html.Encode(PersonHelper.ToShort(Model.Person))% html layout injections) What architecture layer do you choose for conversion (mvc controllers that formats business data from business layer, for instance). Thank you in advance

    Read the article

  • MVC implementation/best-practices question

    - by Vivin Paliath
    I have to work with some code that isn't truly MVC (i.e., it doesn't use an explicit framework among other things). Right now we make do with servlets that pass data to services. Here is my problem. I am receiving a post to a servlet that contains a whole bunch of address data that I have to save to the database. The data is (obviously) in the HttpRequest object. My question is, how do I pass this data into a service? I am reluctant to do it like this: AddressService.saveAddress(request); Because I don't think the service should have a dependency on the request. My other option is to do something like this: String addressLine = request.getParameter("addressLine"); .. .. about 7 other parameters .. String zip = request.getParameter("zip"); AddressService.saveAddress(addressLine, ... 7 other parameters ..., zip); But I don't like having a function with a huge number of parameters either. I was thinking of making an intermediate object called AddressData that would hold data from the request, and then passing that into the service. Is that an acceptable way of doing things?

    Read the article

  • Best practices for Subversion and Visual Studio projects

    - by Alex Marshall
    I've recently started working on various C# projects in Visual Studio as part of a plan for a large scale system that will be used to replace our current system that's built from a cobbling-together of various programs and scripts written in C and Perl. The projects I'm now working on have reached critical mass for being committed to subversion. I was wondering what should and should not be committed to the repository for Visual Studio projects. I know that it's going to generate various files that are just build-artifacts and don't really need to be committed, and I was wondering if anybody had any advice for properly using SVN with Visual Studio. At the moment, I'm using an SVN 1.6 server with Visual Studio 2010 beta. Any advice, opinions are welcome.

    Read the article

< Previous Page | 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15  | Next Page >