How do we spell LAMP?
Author: Guenter

July 21, 2009

The LAMP stack is a well known compilation of open source development and runtime applications used to run web applications.  Its ingredients are Linux, Apache, MySQL and one of the scripting languages PHP, Perl or Python. The first letter of each of these product names creates the acronym LAMP.


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No, it’s not an April fool!
Author: Joerg

April 1, 2009

…for free!

Finally we decided today to provide a big part of our Plex-XML framework to the community for free. While using this along with your existing CA Plex license you will be able to build Plex web applications without additional costs or run time license fees.

What is included?

You will get…

  • all necessary Plex models you need to build a web application with Plex and Plex-XML
  • our Securtiy-Model for inheritance with user, group, role, function and multi tenant management
  • all JAR files, XSLTs and most of the JavaScripts that you need to build an application


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OpenOffice Server
Author: Guenter

November 30, 2008

Increasingly our customers are asking us for a quick and easy way to export the data they select and see in our web applications into a format they can use with their locally installed desktop applications.


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Plex-XML – what keeps us busy
Author: Joerg

November 18, 2007

Since we are back from Cincinnati a lot of questions about Plex-XML have been asked by the Plex community. In order to make our answers available to all of you we have prepared some new things:


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