I cleared my whole week so I can read the 20-30 white pages regarding iParts I heard about and I can't seem to find it on this website. Is this the wrong website? Sorry please bear with me I just bought my first computer last week and this is my first time on the Information super highway so I am not sure what I am doing..
I have just discovered that with the upgrade to iMIS 15.0. ASI has decided to drop the IQA Business Object of 'Contact' and replaced it with 'NetContact'. After about 1 hour looking through IQA for this object (an object that I have been using since 10.4) I finally gave up.
Like a good boy I went through the http://docs.imis.com to see what I should be using and what happened to 'Contact'. No such luck.
OK this gets me everytime. As I continue to develop using iBO for .NET. I am always run into some issue. Like a good boy because the product is marked as 'ETP' in this fine community I go into the forums and document the issue.
With iMIS 15 release I am discovering the same issues I had with iBO for .NET is happening in the Casual View and public view.
iMIS 15 release uses iBO for .NET for some of the web view components. fair enough... It is good that ASI is using their own API for their product.
When I was 15 years old I created a Q-Basic Blackjack game. I gave it to my father to review and play with. When I gave it to him I tried to be professional and included a Readme.txt file with it. At the time I didn't know what a readme file was used for but I knew enough that every time I recieved new software it was included.
I guess part of the Ready...Set...Evolve... motto of ASI is to not only evolve iMIS but rather evolve the industry and no longer attach release notes for their new versions of iMIS. Starting with 15.0.3 the nice Release notes PDF is no more. Instead it is replaced with a link to docs.imis.com
with the change of authentication methods between iMIS 10.x to iMIS 15.0 you can no longer from a SQL prospective know who the imis client user is who is performing the update/insert/delete. There are various third party triggers...etc that currently exist on iMIS databases that go ahead and insert lines into the Name_log table for one reason or another. The trigger whould know who the user is by parsing the SESSION_USER variable in SQL.
ok a number of NiUG members have suggested I start a Blog. where else to start a blog then this community.
I know most of you are wondering how Bruce and I treated each other at NiUG after our numerous heated debates involving T-SQL theories on the NiUG listserver.
Well to put it short and sweet, during GameWorks night a group of NiUG members were playing a popular video game racing game.
off the heals of chris castle's blog about the Unified Login of iMIS15, I have successfully merged WSS3.0 (sharepoint services 3.0) and iMIS15 to have one Single Sign on
Sharepoint services 2.0 (WSS 2.) comes FREE with Windows Server 2003.
WSS 2.0 only authentication provider is NT Authentication.
WSS 3.0 came out in November 2006.
WSS 3.0 comes FREE with windows Server 2003 (requires an upgrade)
I was wondering what each of your Business Practice is of creating header comment for each of your SQL objects (views,functions,triggers)...I know I have a really bad habit of not always doing it with everything I create and or leaving parts out.. I want to start documenting these things for my company..
Do you all give examples, define the Pre and Post conditions? etc....
Ok I hear all this talk about iMIS 15 and I am really excited about it but I can't sit still until I ask this question
will iMIS 15 support geocode? I soo wish iMIS had a geocode (Lat,Lng) float fields in the Name_Address table. I had to go to a third party to provide my company geocodes and it seems kind of silly since we already have a Address validator built in with Accumail.
With having a geocode for all the addresses, lets you do things like compare distances between two addresses. List how many members live in my zipcode...etc
Here is a great webpage that any SQL developer should read once in a while. It is a refresher course on some of the things you might have learned in college but forgot. sometimes we get in the habit of coding a certain way and get lazy
Tonight I was doing a little coding (girlfriend and I had a huge fight so I went back to the office) I just happened to change a couple things in the where clause around and noticed that the speed was improved. Since I was amazed and confused at the same time. My ADHD got the best of me and I quickly ignored my script I needed to write before tommorrow morning and spent the next 2 hours of my life solving this little puzzle.