Web Based File Manager for IIS (5, 6) servers. It looks like Windows Explorer. It is multifunctional product for Intra-and Internet, designed for files and folders management over HTTP protocol; also it can be used to create Online File Sharing Solutions. It is support many standard features like Create, Cut, Copy, Delete, Paste, Rename, Edit, View, Files search and advanced technical features: Directory Tree, Drag-n-Drop, Disk Quota, Context and Drop Down Menu, SSL(HTTPS) support. Version for Active Directory designed to use secure NTLM authentication and it can automatically authorize users based on their security group membership. Users will only be able to access information they have NTFS permissions to. Intelligent web interface, allows users remotely access their personal or common folders. Multiple browsers support.
Organizer for Webmasters (A Website Management Software) allows you to manage and track your domain's information. It leads you on what information you need to enter, so you don't forget important details. It Validates your entries which gives you less mistypes and errors. It prints a neat booklet (hard copy) of your Website information, as a backup. It makes retrieval of your Website information a snap - Stop scratch, Start find. It informs you on your domain's expiration date so that you will no longer you have to guess and store passwords.
A Bourne Shell Programming (shell scripting) tutorial for learning about using the unix shell. Topics include: An introduction to Bourne Shell Programming; The Philosophy of Bourne Shell Programming; A first Script; Variables; Wildcards; Escape characters; Loops; Testing with Bourne Shell; Case; Using external programs with Bourne Shell; Functions; and hints and tips. Overall this is a general tutorial about programming the bourne shell. The site also links to other resources for further information on using Bourne Shell Programming.
Learn how to build live XML data-driven Web solutions by editing and presenting live XML data on the Web, making the data available for easy, wide consumption. See how you can create Web pages with live views on XML data from a range of data sources including XML data from Office documents, spreadsheets, and XML forms, XML from OLEDB databases, XML Web services, and data from SharePoint lists, and doc libraries. Topics include: XML and Office System 2003 and XML and FrontPage 2003. Written to be viewed with Microsoft PowerPoint.
XML is a critical ingredient in peer-to-peer information sharing schemes, including grid computing, instant messaging, and Web services. In this Adobe PDF article, Anne Zieger explores the cutting-edge efforts intended to create a unified P2P fabric based on adaptations of existing XML technology. The article also provides examples of how XML is making this next generation of information sharing application possible. They will provide samples of application specific code and spell out how this code is supporting core P2P functions.