Florida 2012 - 2nd to 5th April, 2012
Excel is a popular media to review and work with MultiValue Data. It provide an easy way to provide formatted output, and data mining using pivot tables. Majority of all end users out there have access to Excel, and use it to some degree or another.
In this session we will show you how to extract MultiValue data and import it into Excel using subroutine calls. We'll talk about how to add data to individual cells, as well as do bulk updates of cells and rows.
This session also includes 1 hour of hands-on samples, so make sure you bring your laptop.
Attend this hands on demonstration of implementing Universe RESTful Services. Discussions on best practice for communication to the web service, step by step creation of a web service, and real live examples will be provided.
An application programming interface (API) that allows send programmed and customized emails by using D3 subroutines and a program in Java.
You'll be able to send birthday congratulations, letters, prize lists, reports etc. Let your system work while you improve your image with clients, employees, etc.
Mobile devices can do more than just text with your friends or kids. They can also interact with data from your multi-value database. Data can not just be pulled down using a browser, but they can also be pushed out from your servers. We'll review the mobile notifications and look at options available to you. Join Eagle Rock Information Systems for this talk on mobile communications.