StoryTeller and repeater with a condition
In many cases people need to use conditions in flow of their business content. In StoryTeller this would be usually done by script, switch or a repeater. And repeater with condition is what I want to get through today.
Writing filters – Python examples: simple, binary mode, unicode file acces
Somy Python filter examples. Please read first Vyv's article "Writing filters – PERL example" for general knowledge.
Writing filters – PowerShell example
Python filters are in some situations more powerful and more easy readable then PERL scripts, because it can used object orientaded and has some nice syntax features. You also can handle complex unicode problems in files, because there are libs out there. In my tests python is also very fast.
In an earlier article, Vyv explained how a Perl script can be called from an External filter. This article is about how you can do the same with MS PowerShell
Featured articleTroubleshooting Codepages (Character Sets)
MS PowerShell 2.0 is available by default on Windows 2008R2 and Windows 7. It provides a rich set of scripting and automation capabilities. The fact that is a default feature makes it an excellent scripting environment for Persuasion on the Windows platform.
Problems with codepages (character encoding) come 10 a penny – so here is an article to read before you cry for help.
Featured articleWriting filters – PERL example
If you want to change data before it arrives into the StreamServe Event then you could write a little program/application that does this for you and call for it on the input connector. This process is known as filtering and this howto will show you how to set up a simple filter (using PERL).