Presentation materials from the October 2006 UNITE Conference in Garden Grove, California.
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AJAX and the MCP (MCP-3022)
Web-based technologies are the basis for the current direction in user
interface design and development. This approach has many advantages,
especially for legacy applications needing interface improvement.
Implementing it, however, has typically resulted in keeping most of the
responsibility for managing user interactions and generating the
presentation layer on the server. This in turn considerably complicates
the implementation of the user interface, as well as adds a lot of
overhead on the server, leaving our ever-more powerful workstations with
little to do but render server-generated HTML.
The speaker will review traditional web-based applications and how they interact with browsers. He will introduce the AJAX technique, discuss its capabilities and merits, and describe how AJAX offers particular advantages to web enablement for legacy MCP applications.
|Slides & Notes||Presentation slides and notes as Adobe Acrobat .PDF (251KB)
All contained in a single ZIP archive file. (16KB)
Using DMSQL (MCP-3023)
One of the most exciting developments in the area of data management for
MCP systems is the recent release of DMSQL, an entirely MCP-resident
relational engine for DMSII. This new facility supports data base query
and update from both external network interfaces and internal MCP
In the first part of this presentation, the speaker will review the features and capabilities of DMSQL and its related components, describe the installation and configuration of the product, and discuss the integration of DMSQL with other MCP data management tools.
In the second part, the speaker will discuss in more detail the user and programmatic interfaces to DMSQL, as well as demonstrate use of the product by way of those interfaces.
|Slides||Presentation slide handout as Adobe Acrobat .PDF (297KB)
(Notes are not available for this presentation.)
|Samples and Demos||Sample configuration files and COBOL programs illustrating use of the DMSQL Module Language and Call Level Interface. All contained in a single ZIP archive file. (20KB)|
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