I have set up a new Community but I am unable to link the correct community roster in iMIS. I had the community previously set up but It was deleted. How do I reconfigure the community roster so that it points to the correct community ?
Here is a great visualization of how rapidly our technology is changing. These steep velocities speak volumes about how disruptive the rise of mobile devices has been, and is:
Here are things to check if you don't see any products or events on the member site.
First, get the Protected Path location with this SQL query.
select PublishServerCode, IsDefault, LocalProtectedPath from PublishServerRef
Look in the folder specified by LocalProtectedPath; there should be Search\Events and Search\Products subfolders, with an .htm file for each event or product that will be visible in search results.
If you don't see any events or products listed on your site, and your services are running, and apparently configured well, there is another thing to check.
go to you IndexServiceProtected folder, right-click, hit properties, and Advanced.
Make sure that "Allow files in this folder to have contents indexed in addition to file properties." is checked.
If you had deleted & recreated the folder, this may have become unchecked, and the indexing service won't see what's there.
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This one is from Lotus Restaurant in St. Paul, MN. The next time I ate there, I got "You can prosper in the field of medical research", so I disregarded it.
We have been using a security context in tha past with 15.1.3 to identify an individual as follows
string contactID = ((Asi.Security.AppPrincipal)Asi.Security.AppPrincipal.CurrentPrincipal).AppIdentity.ContactMaster;
I have since loaded the new 15.2 on a server and this context no longer works.
The dues payment selection checkboxes are checked and disabled in the Contacts \ Contact managemennt \ Billing screen. Is there a way or a setting to enable these checkboxes so that when a member is paying only a specific dues payment, the rest can be un-checked?
The same is true in Public veiw.
If you would like to bring in a spreadsheet as an editable table in iMIS Community, you can do so in a few steps:
- In Excel, select and copy the range of rows and columns you want to bring over.
- In iMIS Community, click the Paste from Word (clipboard + W) button on the editor toolstrip.
- In the dialog that pops up, paste in your rows and columns and click OK.
That is the process for importing it. However, to make the table display correctly and be editable via the WYSIWYG options (such as to insert/delete rows), a bit more clean-up will get you there:
Has anyone else had issues with VB6 calls to ASIUTIL.DLL?
We are experiencing a problem on a specific machine that fails to call the ASIUTIL.DLL
Here is the code snipit