Are we assigned additional credentials for the SVN access?
Below is Java Script that my organization would like to add to our website. It is nothing fancy just links to print, post to facebook , email content, etc. I can get this to work in plain html, but fails to work when I put this in WCM editor. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
<!-- AddThis Button BEGIN -->
<div class="addthis_toolbox addthis_default_style ">
<a class="addthis_counter addthis_bubble_style"></a>
<!-- AddThis Button END -->
I have solved the mystery on how to use your own skin on the 1700 template Telerik RadMenu. This is definitely a hack and a workaround, so please be aware of this.
Basically the main issue is that the iMIS control PageNavR does not give us any access to change the skin we use on the Rad Menu, as all of the code is locked away in a dll. This is a workaround to get PageNaveR to allow you to do this.
Our company has this website developed in-house many years ago now. It basically is for our sales team to keep track of their retention meetings and such It doesn’t really tie too much into the iMIS database, except I think it grabs member data, such as company, phone, etc. The login in part of this website uses a hash to read the user password. I’m not sure for what reason, but it seems it calls a couple ASI related DLLs called ASIUtil.CCrypto, and OmniHash.
I have created a business object in BOD and somehow saved it with the wrong properties and published. Now when I try to open BOD from iMIS I am getting following server error:
Server Error in '/iMIS15' Application.
MaxLength applies to string data type only. You cannot set Column 'DecisionDate1' property MaxLength to be non-negative number.
I'm trying to use SOA to find a Party by Major Key. If a record exists with a specified Major Key then update the Party information, otherwise an insert needs to happen.
An example or sample code of how to find a party by Major Key would be helpful.
We installed iMIS on all the workstations with Windows 7 64-bit, each of them had the error messages " cannot create file omnix7.exe .." and "cannot create asoOption.txt" but they are all working correctly.
We installed the same version on our Citrix server, got the same messages but it will not run. I tried differnt installation methods but got no luck. It would let me log in a few times, running fine, and then the error message "...omnis7.exe failed" popup when i try to log in, now i cannot run iMIS at all.
The SQL returns 3 rows and the rows shows an array of 4 rows including the field names.
Normally the ds would be filled with a data adapter.
private DataSet getCommitteeCodesObject(Guid transactionID, string credentials, string error)
DataSet ds = null;
Asi.iBO.ContentManagement.CWebUser user = null;
A couple questions.
1) The SOA services are setup by default with a netTcp binding. I noticed right away the configuration changes they had made (amazingly high maximum lengths), and I'm wondering if there's a listing of other example bindings anywhere, say for SOAP connectivity.
(If not, I'm just going to continue with the plan of modifying a base configuration, which I assume will be fine, but having worked with iMIS ...)
I've got a membership application iPart that requires a user to either log in or create an account prior to accessing the form. I'd like to replicate the functionality of the event registration process, which allows you to create an account and brings you right back to the event page for registration. My login link works perfectly with the return url, but the create account link does not. The user is required to login after creating their user name and password and then sends them to the site home page rather than back to the membership application. The return url is obviously lost during the create account process. Is there a way to resolve this?