Monthly Archives: October 2010

Exploring the Smart Office Visual Tree – Figuring out the Field Names V2

And the revised version that doesn’t exhibit the excessive memory consumption issue mentioned in my previous post.

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MForms.ScriptDebugConsole and Excessive Memory Consumption

Yesterday I posted an article (https://potatoit.wordpress.com/2010/10/22/exploring-the-smart-office-visual-tree-%E2%80%93-figuring-out-the-field-names/) on exploring the Visual Tree and how I was encountering and OutOfMemory Exception. I must admit it kinda bugged me all through the night, so much so that instead of my desire to inspect … Continue reading

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Exploring the Smart Office Visual Tree – Figuring out the Field Names

If you are playing around with WebServices in LWS Designer and the M3 Business Engine, then you will have probably have had some fun trying to figure out which field to choose. Now there are a couple of things that … Continue reading

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Some Housekeeping

There are a number of posts or examples here which may or may not be smart to put in to production or if you do, pay very careful attention to them when you do an upgrade. The Lawson documentation is … Continue reading

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APIs – don’t forget to read the fine print!

Well that was an interesting surprise. As I mentioned in a previous post, we are in the process of migrating from MoveX Apps 5.2 to M3 Apps 10.1 – though I may have made a point of dragging out the … Continue reading

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EFT, MoveX APIs, More Reflection, Windows, Events and Classes

We’re in the process of going from MoveX V12 Java, SP16 fix pack6, Foundation 7.1, Apps 5.2 to M3 V14, or 10.1 and 10.1 offers us a lot of opportunities through Smart Office and WebServices. One of the issues that … Continue reading

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Manipulating Smart Office Column Header Filter Values

[updated the formatting of the code] I saw an interesting question raised about manipulating the values in the Column Headers of a ListView within Smart Office, can it be done. Well, after playing around with Reflect and Smart Office I … Continue reading

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