I'm looking for some direction/information on building a custom iPart that uses communities information. Specifically I need something that will display a headline for each blog post based on the ID of a blog. This sounds like something that one of the standard iParts should cover - but there doesn't seem to be one that's appropriate (unless someone can point me in that direction).
Developing for iMIS
How can I get access to: http://www.imiscommunity.com/ibo_for_net_project?
I am getting an access denied message.
I have been having an issue with slowness involved with calling the Save() method on a CContact object using iBO for .NET. When saving a CContact object, it consistantly takes 8-12 seconds to complete. We have a rather large database (over 600,000 records in the Name table), and it seems that the issue lies within the asi_Name_Insert_Update trigger, more specifically the asi_FixDuplicateIndividualRows stored procedure that runs when the MEMBER_TYPE, COMPANY_RECORD, or MEMBER_RECORD columns are edited.
Hi, our version is 22.214.171.12486.
I accidently deleted 'guest' account and now I cannot use imis desktop to login, it complains:
the application server version may not match the database version.
Browsing imis15 site also generates error:
Asi.Security.UserValidationException: Validation Failed
And idea how to fix this issue?
This question is sort of related to a previous posting by me here: http://www.imiscommunity.com/redirect_to_billing_page_after_auto_login_forcing_re_login
I have captured when a user has paid for their membership, and have updated their status (CustomerTypeCode) to a Member.
I am trying to find a way to retrieve product information for the current product or to retrieve information for the current web content the user is viewing.
The issue I'm having with retrieving the product information is that I can't find a way to retrieve the specific product that is being viewed. The query string parameters on the product.aspx page contain a category id and a product id. When I use iBO to query for the current product, I can't find a way to retrieve the product based on the catId or prodId in the query string parameters.
Is there any way to debug desktop connectivity issues? We have a client that recently had a rash of DNS issues after adding several new IP addresses to their server. Ultimately we discovered an issue with the Plesk tool we use to maintain the domains, but in the meantime we tried a few things to try to troubleshoot. One thing we did was moved their application from a sub domain to the root (we deleted the sub and recreated a domain using the same url, so xxx.org with subdomain iMIS (imis.xxx.org) went to imis.xxx.org no sub domain. After the dns issues got resoved we can now connect to the web view just fine, but the desktop will not open. We got the Error during logon: the iMIS website may not be functioning properly..... error. This is driving me nuts and the customer has been without the desktop access nearly all week. Any thoughts/suggestions?
Using iMIS 15.1.2.
I have a custom page that allows a user to register to become a member. It either creates a new contact, or uses their existing contact (if they remember their email address or have already logged in).
This custom page takes in a variety of information and saves it to the contact, as well as some user defined fields. It also creates a new subscription and bills the contact.
I have a CContact entity that I am updating. At the same time I would like to update a field in the Name table as well as the Name_Reg table. I am able to get access to Name_Reg and update but I can not see the Name table. My code is
Get a valid contact from iBO then;
CExtTable t = contact.GetExtTableByName("NAME_REG");
CExtField f = t.Fields.Where(fn => fn.FieldName == "Pref_Phone").FirstOrDefault();
When we export a document (IQA query, business object, content, content type, etc.) today, if that document has custom permissions it will not import into a database that didn't already have that content with custom permissions. This comes up in the following scenarios:
- Create a new query in Dev, set permissions, test, copy to production.
- Create a generic iPart with permissions, import to new clients.
- Modify the ACL for a query to include a new Role in Dev, then import to Test.
- Import new Nav items we've set up in Dev.
Beside all that, we often have to apply the same permissions over and over to multiple items. Having our own predefined security sets would make this a lot simpler. (It would also keep the Access* tables from growing excessively, since each "custom set" is assigned its own key.)