When editing or creating an event in the RiSE >> Events event_edit.aspx page the default appears to always display Pacific time. We confirmed that the server is set to Eastern Time, but the event edit page still displays PT instead. How can we change the event edit page to show ET instead?
I'm trying to modify the IQA that populates the "Register Someone Else" drop down in the Event Display iPart. The client want "companies" and "individuals" to be able to login to the web site and register for events. When logged in as a company the "Register Self" is disabled but they can register "someone else" which should be staff in the companies roster.. I need the IQA to meet four use cases.
We've been trying to run the "Create GL Journal" from Process Month End in A/R Cash and we keep getting the following error message:
Error: No Due To - Due From information for:
owner entity ACA - cash entity V.
I've checked the ASI log file after attempting to run this report and don't see anything specific in the report.
I've been searching online but I'm not finding anything specific to this message in iMIS. I'm looking for any pieces of information any of you might have.
Just wondering if others are as frustrated with iMIS 20.2 as I am. Some basic functionality has been removed that makes no sense for ASI to do so. A good example is the loss of sending a registration notification to the staff contact setup in the events. ASI informs us we need to setup an IQA and then use Communication Suite to schedule the email.
Upgraded to V20
Customized Dues renewals invoice getting error Crystal Runtime Error Error in file....... Specified value type is different to the current value type
any way to find out what specifically it is complaining about.
I have opened in crystal reports and repointed at new database fields and it says that the database is up to date. but still getting this error. How do I debug?
Can anyone please explain the difference between the 'Log all changes?' on the Business Object Designer screen and the Customer Setup > Change Logging on the imis desktop.
The description in the documentation http://docs.imis.com/20.1.19/#!businessobjectdesign5.htm for says: 'If checked, any change made to the value stored in this property is logged to the change log.'
I have successfully implemented a solution to replace third party alerts using the query menu ipart. displaying a small Alerts panel on the left side of our staff account page, showing different alerts.
the alerts are generated using the following:
database views for each different alert type output ID, RANK, ALERT, image source
SELECT dbo.Name.ID, 3 AS RANK, 'Permit Conditions' AS ALERT, '<img alt="" src="/imis20/images/ImageLibrary/Icons/flag_red.gif" />' AS IMAGE
FROM dbo.Name INNER JOIN
dbo.CRPNA_CUSTOM ON dbo.Name.ID = dbo.CRPNA_CUSTOM.ID
WHERE (dbo.CRPNA_CUSTOM.PERMIT_CONDITIONS = 1)
Does anyone else ever receive an error when merging letters that says " No Caller Selected!" or "No Record Selected"? We use the letter system pretty heavily for correspondence to our members and intermittently we receive the two above referenced "error messages." It just happens on certain letters for certain records and there's no rhyme or reason. The resolution in the past has been to recreate the letter.
I sent this to ASI, but thought I'd post here too to see if anyone has encountered this.
In iMIS 184.108.40.2060, I have reviewed what is currently in place for the AllowedUploadFileTypes in the web.config for the Communities resource library and also have reviewed the allowable file types from the list below from iMIS docs. I do not see the newer Office extensions (i.e. .docx, .xlsx, .pptx) in the allowable file extension list. Should the DOC, PPT, and XLS file types encompass these?
Two years ago I made a post about purchasing_of_electronic_media_through_imis_shop. I'm wondering if anyone has any success stories or how they have tackled similar challenge in the time that has passed.
Our business requirement still stands (to allow members/non members to purchase video streams via our iMIS shop and have them accessible to them), but we are yet to progress.