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Lasso Server For Mac

To install 9.2.7 on Ubuntu 14.04 LTS, you will need to install libicu48 (can be found at the debian package resource) and then extract and copy the file from the 9.3 install package to

Lasso Server For Mac

The user lasso is a member of the group staff. A common setup thatwill allow Lasso to work on files and directories is where the owner of thefile is your username and the group is staff. There are other situationswhere this will not work, and we will cover those next. Example:

Here the owner is stevepie and the group is staff. Lasso can operateon the directory uploads because the user lasso is a member of thegroup staff, and the group staff has Read, Write and eXecutepermissions on uploads.

The above example might not work in situations where your username is theowner, the web server (apache) is the group and lasso is left outof the picture. Here the problem is that your username must be the owner ofthe directory in order to FTP files into the directory, and the groupapache must be the group of the directory in order to process or servefiles within the directory, yet the user or group lasso is neither theowner nor a member of the group.

When you create a new file manually, check its group. On my system the groupis admin instead of staff. Therefore I need to add the user lassoto the group admin. The procedure to do so is different from 10.4 andearlier.

This error message appears on CentOS when attempting to upload a file, and thefile cannot be copied from the tmp directory to the destination becausethere is an OS permissions mismatch between apache, lasso and theowner user. See discussion in Steps 8 and 9 for details and a fix.

With all versions of Mac OS X previous to Leopard (10.4-), it was relativelyeasy to use NetInfo to add the user lasso to the group admin in orderto allow Lasso to operate on files on Mac OS X. With Leopard (10.5), NetInfois gone. In its place are several command line utilities that allow you towork with its replacement Directory Services, all of which start with ds.

Lasso Professional 5 introduces a next-generation object-oriented Web programming language, advanced Web application server administration and security, an embedded Lasso MySQL high-performance database server, a new distributed architecture, new platform and data source support, enhanced extensibility and customization, redesigned and rewritten documentation (over 1,800 pages) and over 200 new features and enhancements, he added.

Lasso is an application server and server management interface used to develop internet applications and is a general-purpose, high-level programming language. Originally a web datasource connection tool[1] for Filemaker and later included in Apple Computer's FileMaker 4.0 and Claris Homepage as CDML,[2][3] it has since evolved into a complex language used to develop and serve large-scale internet applications and web pages.

The Lasso Server application server runs as a system service and receives requests from the web server through FastCGI. It then hands the request off to the appropriate Lasso Instance, which formulates the response. Multiple individual instances are supported, allowing one server to handle multiple sites, each as separate processes. The server uses a high performance IO-based green threading system designed for multi-core systems.

Following the release of the Lasso 1.2 lineup in January 1997, Blue World and the Bonfantis entered private talks with Claris, the software division of Apple Computer, and owner of FileMaker Pro. Claris eventually licensed the post-version-1.2 Lasso source code, and with the help of Vince and Paul Bonfanti released the FileMaker Web Companion as a component of FileMaker Pro 4.0. FileMaker Web Companion's language, CDML (Claris Dynamic Markup Language),[18] differed from Lasso 1.2's LDML (Lasso Dynamic Markup Language), but was close enough as to offer an easy transition for developers looking to serve from FileMaker Pro through third-party servers[19] and offered more compelling features.[20]

Lasso 5 also added support for Apache HTTP Server natively under OS X, Windows, and Linux, joining Webstar 5, AppleShare IP (which was replaced by OS X Server), and iTools (from Tenon[24]). (Mac OS 9, on which Lasso had been used for many years, was unsupported). This drove closer ties to a classic LAMP server architecture.[citation needed]

On October 25, 2004, OmniPilot officially announced the release of Lasso 8, a version including sandboxing for multiple sites on the same server and connectivity to many new datasources.[31] This also included the first "free" version of Lasso limited to IP addresses.[32] OmniPilot followed this release with a number of complementary products, including Lasso Studio 8 for Dreamweaver and GoLive[33] on March 28, 2005, Lasso Studio for Eclipse, ChartFX integration and a number of free Lasso-based solutions.[34]

To change the lasso pointer so that it indicates the lasso width, press the Caps Lock key. You can change the pointer while the tool is selected but not in use. Press the right bracket (]) to increase the Magnetic Lasso edge width by 1 pixel; press the left bracket ([) to decrease the width by 1 pixel.

");msg.document.write("Data warehouse is a gigantic database with terabytes of data and millions of records supporting thousands of concurrent users. Data warehousing usually provides data mining tools for 'digging out' the pattern and meaning of the data.");msg.document.write("Typical examples of warehousing software packages are Oracle, Sybase, Microsoft SQL, Informix, and SAS. Yes, SAS. It is a common misconception that SAS is only a statistical software. Indeed SAS provides data management tools as business solutions.");closepop()}function MCNE_MCSE_n()newpage()msg.document.write("CNE and MCSE");msg.document.write("MCNE stands for Master Certified Novell Engineer. Novell Inc. certifies engineers who are qualified to design and maintain Novell Netware networks. There are several levels of the certification: Certified Novell Administrator (CNA), Certified Novell Engineer (CNE), Master Certified Novell Engineer (MCNE) and Certified Novell Instructor (CNI)");msg.document.write("MCSE stands for Microsoft Certified System Engineer. Microsoft Corp. certifies engineers who fulfill the requirements for designing and maintaining Windows-based networks. The levels of Microsoft certification are: Microsoft Certified Product Specialist (MCPS), Microsoft Certified System Engineer (MCSE), and Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT).");closepop() function port_number_n()newpage()msg.document.write("Port Number");msg.document.write("A port number is an assigned channel for a networking service of a computer to communicate with other computers. For example, the default port number of Web server is 80 whereas the port of FTP is 21.");msg.document.write("Changing a port number can be implemented as a security procedure if you don't want outsiders to access your Webpage. In this case, the internal users must know the port number such as '' in order to access the Website. ");closepop()function SQL_n()newpage()msg.document.write("Structural Query Language");msg.document.write("SQL is a standardized query language for requesting information from a database. The original version was designed by IBM in 1974 and 1975. SQL was first introduced as a commercial database system in 1979 by Oracle Corporation. Today it is one of the database standards");msg.document.write("An example of SQL is like Select records from database X where sex = male");closepop()function webobjects_n()newpage()msg.document.write("Web Objects");msg.document.write("Web Objects is a middleware, also known as Web application server, developed by Next and marketed by Apple, Inc. A middleware is a software that enables users to access various databases through a Web browser.");msg.document.write("The function of Web Objects is similiar to that of Web companion in FileMaker Pro. But Web Objects supports a variety of database systems and a large number of concurrent users while Web companion is restricted to work with FileMaker Pro and is less powerful.");closepop() Introduction toFileMaker ProWeb Publishing Chong-ho (Alex) Yu, Ph.D., MCSE, CNE Today the integration of the Web server and the database server enables online courses to present dynamic information. The combination of the above technologies enhances Web-based instruction by providing benefits to both students and instructors. From a student viewpoint, a Web-based database server facilitates virtual communities for discussion, presents linked resources in relational databases, delivers instant feedback, and provides customized instructional sequences. In addition, students can download information, upload homework, update their profile records, and take an online test/survey via a Web-enabled database server. From an instructor standpoint, this system provides centralized management of course resources, online data collection, online user access log analysis, and collaborative research.Although many Web-based instruction packages such as CourseInfo and FirstClass have built-in databases, the course designer has limited options to customize the database. On the other hand, powerful database systems such as Oracle and SQL server are difficult to learn though it has high flexibility. To balance this trade-off, this article will introduce FileMaker Pro (FMP) as a Web-enabled database server. Besides FMP, other supporting software packages are introduced in order to provide a comprehensive database solution. Advantages and disadvantages of FileMaker Pro FileMaker Pro is a consumer level database with built-in Web server capability. It may look pale when it is compared with data warehousing products such as SAS and Oracle, however, the price/performance of FMP is exceptionally good. At the time of this writing, the academic price of FMP is under a thousand dollar. The cost of other UNIX-based or NT-based database systems may be as high as several thousands dollars.More importantly, FMP is very easy to setup. Before we adopted FMP for a Web-based instruction program, we tried a data-warehouse-class product. It took an expert of that product half a year of email and phone calls back and forth with tech support to configure the system, however, the product has a length limit on the text field, which is a major hindrance to Web-based instruction that requires essay-type input from students (FMP does not have a field length limit). Next, we tried a groupware with a built-in database module for Web-based education. A MCNE and MCSE who received training from the groupware vendor helped us to install and configure the system. But after several days of hard work, neither the Windows NT version nor the UNIX version of that software worked. Pressed by a deadline, I gave FMP for Macintosh a try. Within half an hour, the Web-enabled database server was up and running!Further, FMP has a nice feature called Container field, which can store virtually any type of data. However, this feature is not available in other popular database products such as MS Access. I use this feature to categorize images, print labels with logos, and do many other things. College of Fine Arts at Arizona State University use this for online tests i.e. Music clips and painting images are stored in containers for the testers to view on the Web.Nonetheless, FMP has its weaknesses. One of the shortcomings of FMP is its poor manageability. If you create a new field, change a field property, or edit a layout in FMP, the Web server will not work at the time of editing. Another weakness is its relative low performance. To compensate for this, one can configure FMP server clusters to distribute the queries in a round-robin load sharing fashion. Supporting software for FMP's Web Publishing FMP alone can let you get started. If what you need is Web publishing, FMP contains a built-in Web server named Web Companion. You can enhance its features and improve the performance of your Web-enabled database server by adding Timbuktu, Lasso Server, WebStar, or all of the above to your system. Each of the above product will be discussed in the following. FileMaker Pro Server There is a common confusion between FileMaker Pro (FMP) and FileMaker Pro Server (FMPS). Originally, FMP was designed as a standalone database. Later, it became a networking database for a local area network (LAN). The file sharing function of FMP was further enhanced by FMPS, which is for file sharing in a LAN. With FMPS, you can open more databases and support more concurrent users in a LAN. When FMP and FMPS are installed in the same machine, the Web performance is affected since FMPS competes for resources with FMP.FMPS can enhance FMP's Web performance if they are installed in separate computers. When the number of databases and users are increasing, one can distribute the databases into multiple FMP Web Servers and use FMPS as the traffic director. HomePage Although FMP contains built-in assistance for writing FMP-specific tags, it is much more efficient to use FileMaker Pro Assistant in HomePage, which was a product of FileMaker Inc. Unfortunately, FileMaker Inc. had discontinued this product and databases created by new version of FMP can no longer be connected by HomePage. Nonethless, Homepage could be used to edit HTML files which contain CDML tags. If you use other HTML editors along with HomePage, you should use a text-based editor such as PageSpinner or BBEdit. Caution: a GUI-based editor such as Adobe GoLive may alter the FMP tags and make the page dysfunctional.


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