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Starting with PowerShell version 5.0, you can use PowerShell class definitions to create Desired State Configuration (DSC) Resources.

To aid in building DSC Resource, there's a [DscResource()] attribute that's applied to the class definition, and a [DscProperty()] resource to designate properties as configurable by the DSC Resource user.

This topic is intended to demonstrate various patterns and practices available to modify base data views in Acumatica.

Rest based connectors and how to deal with them. We all know Loopback does not provide elegance to REST based connections

This topic will demonstrate how to export records from Acumatica ERP via the Screen-Based API. The Screen-Based API of Acumatica ERP provides only the SOAP interface. If your development platform has limited support for SOAP web services, consider the Contract-Based API providing both SOAP and REST interfaces. For more information on the Screen-Based API, see Acumatica ERP Documentation

This topic will demonstrate how to export records from Acumatica ERP via the REST Contract-Based API. In contrast to the Screen-Based API of Acumatica ERP, the Contract-Based API provides both SOAP and REST interfaces. For more information on the Contract-Based API, see Acumatica ERP Documentation

PowerShell features a documentation mechanism called comment-based help. It allows documenting scripts and functions with code comments. Comment-based help is most of the time written in comment blocks containing multiple help keywords. Help keywords start with dots and identify help sections that will be displayed by running the Get-Help cmdlet.

Pros and Cons of different loggers which can be used to create a log4j-formatted log to be viewed using the Log4View viewer.

I will review 3 loggers in this article, Log4cxx, Log4cplus and Log4cpp.

This topic will demonstrate how to download files attached to a detail entity inside Acumatica ERP by using the Contract-Based API.

In Firebase Database everything is a node, that follows the pattern key: value. Firebase Database provides us with a simple way to generate unique keys. Unique keys create new items while uploading data to a previously stored key will update.


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