Solving Can’t Sign in with Office 365 on Azure App Services

Problem We face a unique problem. After a certain time, our azure web sites can't allow the user to sign in through Office 365 authentication. This problem is annoying since it won't let the user sign in after a certain time. Causes This problem happens only when Office 365 authentication was combined with the Azure App Services. We don't find a problem when we use traditional hosting. This mi... [More]

Process Flow on Business Requirement

What is Process Flow In this session we want to show you how to capture business requirement especially the process flow. In the requirement mark-up language (RML), process flow discusses a business process that will be executed by people. Process flow show the activities to be performed. There are two types of process flow the first process flow is done by the people the second one is done by th... [More]

Teams and Moodle, What Scenario to Expect

If you are in an academic environment, then you are certainly familiar with Moodle. Moodle is the most widely used e-learning platform because it is open source and has many features. Moodle has been widely used in high schools to universities. Microsoft Teams on the one hand is a new application for collaboration and communication. A reincarnation of Skype for Business that applies the success of... [More]

Migrating Your SQL Server Database into Lower Version

Problem You have an old database (i.e. SQL Server 2012) from the production. After that, you restore it into SQL Server 2016. After your work, you restore it into your production server to SQL Server 2012. Your restore fail. medianet_width = "600"; medianet_height = "250"; medianet_crid = "858385152"; medianet_versionId = "3111299"; ... [More]

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