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Old Skool Search Engine Success, Step-By-Step

Free, targeted search engine traffic sounds too good to be true, right? Most people decide to pay for targeted traffic instead of putting in the time and learning the techniques to attract that traffic from the search engines for free. Not only that, some pay a lot of money to optimize their Website for a few keywords and never make a profit or gain a higher rank in the search engines. Others spend hundreds on pay-per-click search...

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Java Product News (updated December 5, 2003)

Ekkon Technologies optimizes MerchantSpace CommerceDecember 5 — Ekkon Technologies' MerchantSpace Commerce 2.8 Java-based e-commerce software now includes a revamped Commerce Manager, digital downloads, real-time UPS shipment tracking, tiered pricing/volume discount functionality, support for PayPal payment processing, and dynamic drill-down charting for all reports.http://www.merchantspace.comEtnus connects debuggersDecember 5 —...

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Isolate server includes' runtime context

Modularization and composition are perhaps the two most important features we have come to rely on in every modern programming environment. Server-side Java Web development technologies offer several means to decompose an application into reusable units. But encapsulating and reusing frontend logic remains one of the most challenging aspects of Web application design. Custom tags constitute one way of encapsulating presentation logic...

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Linked Severs on MS SQL Part 3

Introduction In Parts 1 and 2, we introduced the Linked Server. Starting with what a Linked Server is, the benefits to using them, as well as when to avoid them. The Distributed Transaction Coordinator, DTC, was touched on. In addition, our first examples were to create links to an Excel spreadsheet, during which, four-part naming was reviewed. The functions sp_addlinkedserver, openrowset, and sp_dropserver were used. Moreover,...