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EventHub Monitoring

A few weeks ago I did a presentation at the Australia/New Zealand User Group meeting on the Gold Coast to really discuss that the M3 Grid Applications shouldn’t be as intimating as a lot of people find them, as part … Continue reading

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XAML and JScript

Recently I did some work where we wanted to add a second ListView to a panel. We wanted to keep the ListView consistent with the look and feel of M3 ListViews but we were constrained with space on the panel, … Continue reading

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Dispatcher to Submit Keypresses from the Init() or Using Action() in JScripts

Over the years I’ve used a variety of methods to call things like PageDown from within my scripts, some more pretty than others. You would think that in the Init() you can just call controller.PageDown() and all is good in … Continue reading

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Filtering and ListViews – PositionFields

I have a project that I am working on which involves the need to set the ListView filter fields. Back when I was much younger and far more naΓ―ve πŸ™‚ I would brute force my want to locate the control … Continue reading

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Bulk Load APIs in 13.4

Another heads up. In 13.4 a bulk load API was introduced – so instead of having to send single transactions in a REST call, we can send multiple transactions. KB: 1831472 “M3 Foundation Integration Guide for Developers” has an attached … Continue reading

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IES – Search Queries De-mystified

Enterprise Search – the much lauded but often horribly misunderstood ‘google for M3’. I thought I had penned a post around IES and some fantastic information I had been provided via support by one of Infors staff when trying to … Continue reading

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How We Did It – DR and M3

Recently I was asked about Disaster Recovery and M3. And though I haven’t really embarked on discovery of how companies handle M3 and DR I do hear people say they struggle with the changing of IP Addresses. Which prompts a, … Continue reading

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