We are on iMis15 and need to be able to have “new members” join through the web. Once the non-member pays membership fees then be able to register to our conference as members. Has anyone done that ?
I just passed my first in the Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0 series of exams, MCTS 70-528 "Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0 Web-Based Client Develoment". This is one of the two tests required for MCTS .NET Framework 2.0 Web Applications certification. The other test required for this cert is MCTS 70-536 "Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0 Application Development Foundation", which I'm planning to take sometime soon.
I have written a custom .NET application which is integrated within the iMIS framework and is placed in the Events module. In this application there is a datagrid with a column containing iMIS ID's. When you you click on the ID it loads the record in the Customers module.
The URL being used is "imisnet:contact/1234/85a3ab83-7fe3-417f-af85-61f4d29d30e8-key_contact" where 1234 is an example iMIS ID. The GUID is just hardcoded.
I was wondering if there is an option to enable E-mail redirecting to a single account to prevent Customers in the database from receiving test E-mails?
When I saw the press release on the get Google Social Scene API I thought it sounded mildly interesting but not really compelling. Then I read this from a link on [url]http://www.simplebits.com[/url]: [url]http://bokardo.com/archives/why-im-excited-about-the-google-social-graph-api/[/url]. One of the annoying things about facebook, Myspace, linked-in, gmail, etc. is that all the contact/friend info is separate in each one other then facebook importing email contacts and the like.
In the days of client/server applications the amount of data sent “over the wire” was not typically a huge concern unless the data was very big. This is because client/server applications typically run on local networks with 10, 100 or even 1000 Mbps connections; plenty of speed for most data applications. In the web world, however, more people access their application over remote networks, like from remote offices, home, or Starbucks. These are typically much slower connections, have to go thru many routers along the way (called “hops”), and often travel thru VPNs which encrypt/decrypt the data along the way.
I am trying to create my own theme for the iMIS15 public view. All I did was copy the "C:\Program Files\ASI\iMIS15\iMIS_public\App_Themes\iMIS" folder and paste it into a new folder called "C:\Program Files\ASI\iMIS15\iMIS_public\App_Themes\CEDA". This way I could modify the style sheets as required, without affecting the iMIS theme.
I then went into the IIS iMISPublic virtual directory properties and went into the ASP.NET tab and clicked on "Edit Configuration". In the General tab, I modified the PublicSiteTheme to be "CEDA". In the Application tab I modified the "Page Theme Default" to also be "CEDA".
Attached is a document with specifics on how to use the iMIS15 MembershipWebService to login a user from a third party site.
Please comment with any errors, omissions or additions you may have.
80% of the development of this process was done with the help of Eric Means.
Does a migration tool exist for iMIS15/Template Gallery for the new ASP pages quite like the migration tool that exists for 10.6 Template Gallery. Further description: Building a development website in iMIS15 with template gallery in ASP mode and want to take the entire development dB and move it to a separate server when going LIVE.
StandardZilla has a great blog entry about "How to Evaluate Your Website in 30 Seconds." There some easy to use techniques that will give you a quick feel for how the web site will perform for many different users. Additionally, there is another entry on "Case Studies - Evaluate Your Website in 30 Seconds." Below is an excerpt: