Monthly Archives: September 2015

Adding Security to your Development

How do you secure the larger stand-alone developments that run within Smart Office?  This is a question that I have had to ask on some developments.  Because your development isn’t native M3 code you can’t secure it through the traditional SES400 or SES003 … Continue reading

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WebService Dataload

There are times when you want to bulk load data, especially if you are doing significant process changes or new customer installs, unfortunately there aren’t really any generic bulk load tools that I’ve come across that are…um…free or don’t offend … Continue reading

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Stars

When I was a kid, I had an Amiga 500 – and I absolutely loved watching demos, especially when they had starfields…I saw the evolution of simple parallax starfields out to more complex starfields that you would fly through and … Continue reading

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Forums

Some of you will have noticed a few changes recently…a new font for the site 🙂 And a new domain…and the purpose of this post – a page which will take you to some development forums (http://forum.potatoit.kiwi). For quite some … Continue reading

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Smart Office Settings

A little heads up – M3 UI Adapter 10.3.0.0 moves much of the mne\ directories into either a Postgres or MS SQL database. Looks like the JScripts move in to the database too. See the ISOAG_10.2.1_W.pdf (Smart Office Admin guide … Continue reading

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Mashup SDK

A little heads up – if you have licenses for the Mashup Designer, the Mashup Designer SDK is available from the download portal. (Technology -> Infor User Experience -> Infor Mashup Designer) It’s also worth noting that the Smart Office … Continue reading

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