We get requests from casual users (volunteers) to reorder the iParts on an existing page. What process allows this (drag & drop?) other than rebuilding the page?
Has anyone written an API for CMS Express Engine?
We are looking for iMIS 15.2.
Has anyone seen or have any sample code for handling Dues and Billing via SOA?
I'm having some difficulties processing a payment using the CPayment.ProcessPayment method for the IBOs on IMIS 15. Within the desktop IMIS interface, we're not having any trouble processing credticard payments via PayPal (the out-of-the-box payment gateway), but whenever I try to invoke the ProcessPayment method using the IBO's, PayPal comes back with a "User Authentication Failed" message.
I created a utility that bulk loads content from an Excel spreadsheet into WCM. When I run the code to create a new folder, the folder doesn't always show up on the Manage Content screen.
The code to create the folder is based on this sample code provided by Eric in 2009: http://www.imiscommunity.com/how_to_programmatically_create_content
When I inspect the DocumentMain and Hierarchy tables in the database, everything looks exactly the same as folders that I created manually with the WCM tool:
I have two pages, both with iParts, which need to communicate with each other. Some of the details I want to communicate are a bit sensitive. It's not credit cards or other personal info, but it could potentially be used to manipulate the system to gain access to records that shouldn't be seen by the current user.
I know the first page can pass parameters to the second page using the URL, but the security is non-existent. Even my mother-in-law can manipulate URL params.
I have been asked by an AE whether it would be possible for us to create a custom login page for iMIS that allowed users to login to iMIS using either their Facebook, google or twitter credentials,
I'm experimenting with using iBO for .net with Coldfusion 8 (which offers .net integration). I'm on iMIS 15.1.3.
I have a basic app skeleton set up that during initialization attempts to create the iBO object, like this:
application.iBO = createObject( '.NET', 'iboAdmin.InitializeSystem()', 'c:\inetpub\wwwroot\bin\Asi.iBO.dll' );
When we request a member:
$query = new QueryData ( 'Party' );
$query->addCriteria ( new CriteriaData ( 'PartyId', CRITERIA_EQUAL, $imis_profile_id ) );
We get back a set of properties in the AdditionalAttributes section of the object. For example:
[AdditionalAttributes] => GenericPropertyDataCollection Object
[GenericProperty] => Array
 => GenericPropertyData Object
[Name] => ContactStatusCode
[Value] => A