In the mini profile iPart of iMIS20, users can upload an image of themselves, if this feature is enabled. By default, these images are stored at /net/images/profile. Each file seems to follow the format id#_random#.jpg (or gif, or png, or bmp, presumably) or id#_random#_T.jpg (gif, png, bmp). An example for someone having the id of 61525 might be 61525_489866.jpg. My question is whether this file name is referenced in any of the iMIS tables. If not, how does iMIS know which file to use when displaying a person's profile? I was hoping to reference that file name in an IQA. Can the name be derived through some formula? I also thought about writing some code that populated Name_Picture.Description or maybe a custom table with the file path.
Has anyone found a way to automatically run the IQA query for a Query Menu iPart when an optional filter prompt has been added to the IQA?
works great no prompts, but when I add an Optional prompt (if it were required, I get that) - the user has to take an additional step to load the query results.
I'm trying to figure out if there is a way to pass a URL parameter or some other magical trick to get the query to load without the need for an additional action by the visitor.
We are having an issue with the IBO and VOL items. For some reason the VOL item's balance will not zero out after a payment using the IBO's.
The code retrieves all the outstanding dues items including the VOL items and then iterates thru them, updating the PaidthruDate, amount paid and sets the balance to 0.
We create the payment, batch etc. and then call the Contact.Save. No errors are reported, the Dues items show a balance of 0 but the VOL items still have their original balance, but they also show the amount paid.
We are in the process of installing iEmail. I have asked the creators of iEmail for a user guide - no response. Checked links from creators web site - links don't exist anymore. Checked ASI, bare minimum information. I understand the basics of iEmail, but when I have to train staff, I will definately miss something. Anyone know of where I can get a copy, if one exists?
I simply haven't had a chance to start looking at SOA development yet and am trying to bring forward some simple iBO.net code that generally works on older versions. I have a test environment running 20.1.13 and I simply can't seem how to figure out to create a new record. I'm playing with a simple console app right now, trying to keep things simple. My latest error code is one I haven't seen before:
I am looking for options to create a change log and include the user who has updated the data, using a trigger or another method.
This is for additional fields that are not being logged by the standard iMIS change log.
At the trigger level, I am unable to get the individual user who is connected to the database because iMIS is connecting to the database with the same session user id each time. Is there a way to get the user level audit at the trigger level? In the past iMIS 10.6, this wasn't an issue so in the past I could log the entries using a trigger and the session user would reflect accurately who the person is who has changed or added the records.
I'm using iMIS 20.1. I created a new user and gave him Full/entry privilege to all the module in the Staff Access section. However, the only tab the user sees is 'Home'. How do I add the other tabs for the other modules i.e. Customers, Billings, Events,...?
I need to switch my database from cash to accrual accounting. Our dues are on the calendar year, not anniversary. Should I wait until the end of the year to make the change or can I do it now? Thanks in advance!
We are testing iMIS upgrade from 10.6 to 15/20. the upgrade was done and iMIS desktop seems functioning. However, every time we click on Committees, it gave "Omnis7.exe has stopped working" error and shut down the desktop. and here is the detail information --
Problem Event Name: APPCRASH
Application Name: Omnis7.exe
Application Version: 0.0.0.0
Application Timestamp: 34cdf57c
Does anyone know how to default the Program display ipart to "View All" in Imis 20.0