This is the 4th in a series of posts which focuses on how we can create and use a CustomAutenticationProvider and use it with a password verification stored procedure.
A concise post presenting practical implementation of UUIDs and Salts with MariaDB/MySQL Databases.
An introductory post about Salts and UUIDs that can be implemented and used with your Database.
This post is about the command-line tools that are officially supported by the major databases. Each one of those tools is shipped as part of the corresponding database installation package. However, here will see how we can obtain and install them as a stand-alone-tools, without the respective database installation.
This is the 2nd part (the 2nd case example) of how to implement a custom validation in Spring Boot. In this Post we proceed with the implementation of a “master-details” custom validation example, as we’ve mentioned at the beginning.
In this post, we focus on a common case, when we have to check if a value in a JSON field, passed in the body of a POST request, is one of the values provided in an array we define.
manager. Here, I present shortly, how you can install it via Docker.
There is no doubt that a Synology NAS server is quite a good choice to host on your own, your WordPress sites for the real world. Here, we make a quick-pass tour of the key tools and their environment in a Synology NAS server.
‘phpMyAdmin is a free software tool written in PHP, intended to handle the administration of MySQL over the Web’.
MariaDB is an open-source relational database management system (RDBMS) which is a highly compatible drop-in replacement of MySQL. MariaDB is widely spread as one of the main components (‘M’) of the LA’M’P (MA’M’P) stack