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OutSystems and Microservices in Practice

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In a microservices architecture, the end user applications (front) are loosely coupled from the integration services (back) that provide integration with enterprise databases and external services. This loose coupling minimizes the impact of change.
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Avoiding security threats when sending messages from OutSystems Applications
When developing applications we must be security aware and avoid the risk of creating security issues. Especially when sending messages to our users. In this article I’ll explain the common threats and a recommendation on how to avoid them. Pay attention that these are just a few of the security measures that an organization must take.
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External Core Services Pattern Variations in Practice
When fitting OutSystems in your Enterprise Architecture you’re confronted with the challenge on how to integrate your enterprise data with your OutSystems Application. As described in the Architecture Patterns in OutSystems online training, an Entity from an external system is called an External Core Entity.
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Future proof met uw iSeries en OutSytems!
De iSeries (System i, AS/400), bewijst u en uw bedrijf al jaren goede diensten. Met de OutSystems iSeries extender van Synobsys kunt u nu het beste van twee werelden met elkaar verbinden! De url is een link naar een demo in OutSystems op de iSeries!
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How-to connect OutSystems Web Screens across eSpaces without violating the no side reference rule
If you want to connect to a screen from another eSpace you may not make the screen public and create a reference to it. Doing so would be a violation of the No side references among End-user or Orchestration modules rule. Click the url for more info.
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