I am at a loss. Where is the php toolkit?
I posted this as a comment to a blog post, but since I fear it's being overlooked because of the post's title ...
I'm trying to connect via my local machine to our install of the SOA services. I started with the project in http://www.imiscommunity.com/imis_soa_web_services_examples_15_1_3_7542_... and am able to get the net.tcp binding working just fine:
I'm trying to run an IQA query via SOA and to pass through multiple parameters. I couldn't find any documentation though a found a couple of samples here in the community.
The base code I grabbed from Paul Rogers example is:
var em = new EntityManager(AppContext.CurrentIdentity.UserId);
var query = new QueryData("IQA");
// The first query criterion MUST be named "QueryName"
The following code creates an order, attaches contacts and order lines where required and processes the order using a credit card. The code is being used within a Sitefinity 3.7x based website using .Net 4
This code works fine in the following situations:
- Debug on my machine. Windows 7 64bit, VS2010
- Dev server. Windows 2003 32bit SP2
This code fails in the following situation:
Please find attached the installation package for integrating the SecurePay payment gateway into iMIS. This contains instructions for integrating with the iMIS desktop, and also for the public view of iMIS.
I have also attached the source code for the desktop integration (VB6) and the web integration (C#.NET).
Note: This has been tested using iMIS 22.214.171.12450
The SecurePay API can be downloaded from here: http://www.securepay.com.au/resources/Secure_XML_API_Integration_Guide.p...
Are we assigned additional credentials for the SVN access?
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.
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?