Does anyone know if it is possible to have the Package Installer edit the web.config or perhaps run a custom script such as powershell or .bat file?
Has anyone had success using the "@url:" filter in IQA? The documentation at docs.imis.com is sorely lacking on this feature. I added two columns to a query - Committe Group Code, with a column heading of 'Code', and Group Name. A second IQA query is called by the first query that receives the group code from the first query, clicked on by the user. The second query then attempts to filter the results using the code from the first query with the syntax of CsCommittee.TheGroup = "@url:Code" on the Filters tab. However, the second query displays all committees, not just the ones for the selected group. Can anyone provide assistance on this one? Thanks.
Not once I have ran into this with one of my 20.2 upgrades, but I'm at a loss here. I also have ASI helping me, but wanted to see if anyone else has run into this. My upgrade is failing on the ANSI conversion (even using the standalone process), specifically on the following tables (errors also below).
At this point it almost seems like a permissions issue on the database, but i haven't been able to pinpoint anything specific.
I tried to do a WCM only install using 22.214.171.124. I was getting errors and contacted ASI and they said that WCM only installs are no longer supported in 20.2.
If we can no longer do WCM only installs, does anyone have suggestions as to best practices for the deployment of public sites?
I am iFraming several RiSE components, including a donation form, into a Kentico CMS site.
On the donation form (https://www.istss.org/about-istss/donate-to-istss/online-donation-form.a...), when I am not signed in, I have an opportunity to click on the Sign In link found within the form. This calls the RiSE login form. When I submit the signin form, I receive this error:
I have the iPart miniProfile displaying on our home page (www.texasbankers.com/trust). Since the user needs to be logged in to see their profile, the ContactSignIn iPart is also used in this ContentArea. For some reason the labels for the login are not showing up even though they are there in the Content Manager. Anyone have an idea of why they are missing or what I can do to get them back? The labels show up just fine when the ContactSignIn is not part of the home page.
Asi.iBO.MissingRequiredParameterException: CRegistrationLineItem.SetLineItemDefaults : The parameter Event definition not found, line item defaults could not be set. must not be empty or null. at Asi.iBO.Errors.CErrors.NewError(ErrorNumber errorNumber, String errorLocation, ErrorCategory errorCategory, Object errorValues) at Asi.iBO.Events.CRegistrationLineItem.SetLineItemDefaults(
When editing or creating an event in the RiSE >> Events event_edit.aspx page the default appears to always display Pacific time. We confirmed that the server is set to Eastern Time, but the event edit page still displays PT instead. How can we change the event edit page to show ET instead?
I am new to iMis and need help on a SOA question: How to get Name.Email from SOA?
I tried the following code:
MembershipManager mm = new MembershipManager(em);
PartyData party = mm.FindPartyByPartyId(partyId);
PersonData person = (PersonData)party;
person.Email = "firstname.lastname@example.org";
It did not give me any error, but I can not find where the email goes. No it is not at Name.Email, which always returns null.
Recently FedEX and UPS changed their shipping method from freight by weight to dimensional shipping. I was hoping to get some feedback from the community on how your teams have addressed this change and how successful your solutions have been? Did you encounter any obstacles beyond the obvious?