Monthly Archives: October 2010



As stated in a recent post, I’ve been able to create a Silverlight 4 client that accesses an OLIVANOVA generated business logic using WCF RIA Services. Well, the actual code to enable this scenario is in fact not that complicated (once you learned how to write Silverlight enabled WCF RIA […]

Silverlight 4 and WCF RIA Services generated from OlivaNova model




I just recently did some evaluation on OLIVANOVA along with TimesTen In-Memory Database as the persistence layer. OLIVANOVA is a model driven software development environment that generates code for business software. Certified database management systems include all major relational database management systems such as Microsoft SQL Server, Oracle, DB2 and […]

OlivaNova is compatible with TimesTen In-Memory database


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To me, Silverlight has always been a fascinating technology. I started playing around with Silverlight back in September 2007. Since then, I always wanted to create a Silverlight user interface for OlivaNova. With the first versions, the lack of standard data controls made it really difficult to implement a data-driven […]

Silverlight 4, WCF RIA Services and OlivaNova Business Logic






Today I learned an interesting feature of JavaScript along with Firebug. Instead of using “alert” to display some trace information, you can use “console.log (“my message”);”. Together with the free web development tool Firebug, this information can then be shown in Firebug’s console window. This is extremely helpful when trying […]

JavaScript Logging