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  1. Offloading your Informix data in Spark, Part 1: Collecting the data
    Learn how to get data from your Informix database and dump it in Spark so you can leverage it against other data sources and compile advanced analytics all that in Java. The targeted audience is Informix and non-Informix users seeking to bring RDBMS data into Spark.
  2. IBM Datacap 9.0, 9.0.1, 9.1.0, and 9.1.1 Developer Kit
    The IBM Datacap Developer Kit provides applications and files that allow unlimited extension and customization of the product. These customizations can be used to tailor your application to perform unique functionality or operate in a manor specific to the needs of your organization.
  3. IBM Datacap 9.0, 9.0.1, 9.1.0, and 9.1.1 DDK sample applications
    The DDK contains additional IBM Datacap 9.0, 9.0.1, 9.1.0 and 9.1.1 sample applications. These samples show various ways to capture and validate documents, providing examples of application structure and use of various actions that may be useful in your applications.
  4. IBM Datacap 9.0, 9.0.1, 9.1.0 and 9.1.1 DDK: Customizing ruleset configuration panels for FastDoc and Datacap Studio
    IBM Datacap provides ruleset configuration panels, which are used at application design time in FastDoc and Datacap Studio, allowing easy ruleset configuration by providing a UI that prompts the user for configuration settings and then creates the appropriate ruleset XML. Additional custom ruleset panels can be created using the provided Visual Studio C# template.
  5. IBM Datacap 9.0, 9.0.1, 9.1.0, and 9.1.1 DDK Datacap Desktop Custom Panels
    User interaction with IBM Datacap can occur when physically scanning pages or when reviewing problems found while processing pages. Here, you can find the information to create your own panels to be used within an IBM Datacap application. Custom panels present alternative layouts and manipulation of fields and data.
  6. What's new in IBM Security Guardium V10
    In Version 10, IBM Security Guardium takes a major step forward with intelligence and automation to safeguard data, enterprise-readiness features, and increased breadth of data sources, including file systems. This article provides an in-depth technical review of all new and changed capabilities including database activity monitoring, vulnerability assessment, and file activity monitoring. This article, originally published in September 2015, was updated to include enhancements for the updates in Version 10.1 (delivered in June 2016).
  7. Selected common SQL features for developers of portable DB2 applications
    Are you writing SQL applications that need to be portable across platforms? Here's the information you need to make sure your applications are portable. The tables in this article summarize the common SQL application features and make it easy for you to develop applications using SQL that is portable across the DB2 family, including DB2 for z/OS, DB2 for i, and DB2 for Linux, UNIX, and Windows.
  8. HTTP server push with WebSocket and SSE
    WebSocket and SSE are two leading server push solutions for real-time streaming in web and mobile applications, but how do they compare? A Python web app highlights the strengths and limits of each protocol, then gets you over the hump of troubleshooting connection issues in the WebSocket frontend.
  9. IBM Cognos Proven Practices: Guidelines to General Configuration and Automatic Journals for IBM Cognos Controller
    How to set up both general configuration and automatic journals.
  10. IBM Cognos Proven Practices: Guidelines and Examples of Allocations for IBM Cognos Controller 8X
    This document will provide information on performing allocations in IBM Cognos Controller