Month of November 2003 - Page Number 1

Showing 1 - 10 of 253 from November 2003
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    IPCOM000020585D | 2003-Nov-28
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    Disclosed is a method to bypass the system default package manager when installing product packages. At times it is necessary to provide an alternative means of installation as a work around to any limitations imposed by the package manager.
    IPCOM000020584D | Original Publication Date: 2003-Nov-28
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    Many systems are created by assembling sub-components together, with neither the components, nor the final structure being known ahead of time. Such systems still need to operate as one structure, and need to be extendable in an open fashion. This flexibility should allow the overall system to be assembled from...
    IPCOM000020583D | Original Publication Date: 2003-Nov-28
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    This article identifies the three types of events and how infrastructure should be provided for each.
    IPCOM000020582D | Original Publication Date: 2003-Nov-28
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    This article describes a design pattern that uses an event infrastructure to integrate or modify the behaviour of existing applications
    IPCOM000020581D | Original Publication Date: 2003-Nov-28
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    This article describes the design for an event infrastructure API which reduces the overhead of events that are deactivated
    IPCOM000020580D | Original Publication Date: 2003-Nov-28
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    Generally databases must read data to be updated for validation and other reasons before performing the update. Unlike writing, which can be performed lazily, this reading must be completed before operation continues. This can severely limit throughput, particularly in serial use of the database. There may often be...
    IPCOM000020579D | Original Publication Date: 2003-Nov-28
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    Disclosed is a system and method aimed to perform a rotation operation into a defined matrix working zone, within a 3D electronic spreadsheet environment.
    IPCOM000020575D | Original Publication Date: 2003-Nov-27
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    Disclosed is a method and system for the generation of a webform application. Web applications containing forms have many components that need to be synchronized in order for the application to work properly: The definition of the form (HTML), a program (CGI-bin or a servlet) to process the form, a table in a database...
    IPCOM000020574D | Original Publication Date: 2003-Nov-27
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    ID614873 & ID615175
    IPCOM000020565D | 2003-Nov-27