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Perry Lorier

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Issue #81, Section #2 (17 May 2003: LDAP and GNUe)
Issue #66, Section #3 (1 Feb 2003: Gadfly database driver for GNUe)
Issue #59, Section #16 (14 Dec 2002: Running GNUe on PDAs)
Issue #44, Section #3 (31 Aug 2002: New GNU Enterprise website)
Issue #38, Section #9 (20 Jul 2002: International date formats in Forms)
Issue #38, Section #12 (20 Jul 2002: Automatically generating IDL files)
Issue #38, Section #14 (20 Jul 2002: DCL security holes on bugtraq)
Issue #36, Section #4 (6 Jul 2002: Using .grpc files to support remote procedures in different languagues)
Issue #33, Section #9 (15 Jun 2002: Free Java)
Issue #33, Section #10 (15 Jun 2002: DCL - more than just a bug tracking system)
Issue #32, Section #27 (8 Jun 2002: Look-up combo boxes in Forms)
Issue #31, Section #8 (1 Jun 2002: Application Server 0.0.1 release planning)
Issue #31, Section #14 (1 Jun 2002: External tools for producing graphs from GNUe Reports output)
Issue #29, Section #16 (18 May 2002: Writing Financials in GNUe Application Server (GEAS))
Issue #28, Section #13 (10 May 2002: GNUe Documentation)
Issue #28, Section #25 (10 May 2002: Using Designer other than to design Forms)
Issue #16, Section #9 (16 Feb 2002: Using GNUe tools to write C/C++ applications)
Issue #10, Section #7 (5 Jan 2002: Maintenance and security issues for GNUe Forms)
Issue #3, Section #4 (17 Nov 2001: GNUe Form triggers - XML?)
Issue #3, Section #11 (17 Nov 2001: GNUe setup.exe for Microsoft Windows)
Issue #2, Section #14 (10 Nov 2001: First Issue Of KC GNUe)
Issue #2, Section #18 (10 Nov 2001: GNUe Forms User Interface)
Issue #2, Section #20 (10 Nov 2001: Preferred backend database)

 

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