Last Updated on Tuesday, 11 December 2012 08:53 Written by David Bauernschmidt Tuesday, 11 December 2012 12:00
If you have been following along in Part 1 you know that by now you will have a web service ready to be consumed in your project. Let’s continue on with this example and create a report that is hosted at Arvixe. (Concepts apply to most vendors). One thing to keep in mind with Arvixe this that testing your code report link is different than when you deploy it. I will get to that in a minute but let’s continue on.
Right click on your project and select ..”Add New Item” (figure 1)
Select Generic Handler and name the file something like ….”SSRS.ashxLearn More
Last Updated on Tuesday, 23 October 2012 04:01 Written by Carole Bennett Saturday, 27 October 2012 12:00
Recently, I was contacted by a developer specializing in .Net, who is fairly new to mojoPortal. He asked me if it’s possible to be profitable supporting an open-source application like mojoPortal; my unequivocal response is “Yes, quite well.” Stick around – after the break, I’ll outline some of the ways that supporting open-source can generate revenue.
Now, it should be prefaced that it won’t happen overnight; you will get pushback from some members of the community, who feel that because the core application (mojoPortal) is free, and open-source, all utilization of it should be free as well. That’s not an unusual perspective for any open-source community, whether it’s WordPress, Joomla!, Dot Net Nuke, or any other application. However; if you talk to most of the actual core developers of these applications, you’ll hear a different story. Every one I’ve talked to has openly acknowledged that their application is used as a tool by for-profits, and indeed in most cases actively encourage it. Some offer premium support packages and sponsor ships to support ongoing development (nopCommerce), while others sell premium add-ons directly from the core development team (mojoPortal).Learn More
Last Updated on Saturday, 24 September 2011 12:21 Written by Richi González Saturday, 24 September 2011 12:00
If you always have to manually run services at every system bootup, do it no more! This article will show you how to automatically run anything at system bootup by adding the execution commands to the /etc/rc.local script. You will need SSH root access.
Difficulty level: Easy
Last Updated on Tuesday, 22 September 2009 03:21 Written by Arian Jahansouz Tuesday, 22 September 2009 03:21
This article will give you a step by step guide on how to install Support Services Manager from your cPanel. Sign into your cPanel and follow these steps:
1) Click Fantastico De Luxe.
2) Scroll down to “Customer Relationship”. Find the “Support Services Manager” link and click on it.Learn More