Glad to have you back for this week's IBM i Pulse! Each week we'll take a deeper look at the latest IBM i and Profound Logic news.
From Our Experts:
- Brian May shares his Scary RPG Developer Habits with his latest MC Press Online article.
Profound Logic News:
- Profound UI Version 6 has a new Fix Pack that is available now!
- Check out the details on the Latest Updates to our Visual Designer.
- Here is an Intro to Profound UI DDS Conversion.
- Learn how IBM i Development is Made Easier with GIT & Profound.js.
- Learn the 3 UI's Used with Profound.js with this Profound Pro Tip.
3 Ways to Use IBM i Authority Collections by Carol Woodbury
Recently the new Authority Collections feature was added to the IBM i and is very easy to use, but not obvious. Carol discusses three scenarios in which you would use Authority Collections and how to solve each of those scenarios. Those scenarios include:
- Profiles with Too Much Authority - This scenario could include a service account that has been granted *ALLOBJ special authority because you may not be able to determine which authority is actually required. Authority Collections can help with this.
- Authority Failure Occurs - A user could receive an authority failure notification and the audit journal won't list what authority is required. Authority Collections can help with this.
- Determining Where Authority Is Coming From - A developer believes he secured an object, but users are still able to access it. The developer can not determine where the user is getting their authority. Authority Collections can help with this.
Build a real-time chat app with Node-RED in 5 Minutes by Luiz Gustavo Ferraz Aoqui
Step 1: Create your Node-RED Application
Step 2: Import the Code
Step 3: Deploy and run the Application
Step 4: Explaining the Code