Category Archives: Development

Retrieving Grid Logs

As M3 has evolved it has become more complex. There are more components to monitor and though the grid has improved and provides easy ways to look at the logs there are a lot of logs to look at and … Continue reading

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How do you know if you’re in display or change mode?

Though there are usually ways around this, I often need to add additional fields to panels – then I need to determine if we are in display mode vs. change so I can prevent the user from making any changes. … Continue reading

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Smart Office – The username is not provided. Specify username in ClientCredentials.

As part of the removal of the modifications from IFL, I created a panel which allowed us to store and edit a number of settings through a custom panel called the “Vessel Panel” A nice and easy little C# program … Continue reading

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Total Selected Rows – Jscript to Javascript – H5 Revisited

IFL has been running 13.4 for some months now, and given what’s not being said about Smart Office in a couple of the conferences earlier this year, I felt it was time to investigate migrating scripts to H5. Previously, I … Continue reading

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Mashups, SOAP WebServices and SAML

Many years ago I created a little Mashup that called a MWS SOAP WebService to return invoices for a supplier on a specific day. More recently IFL updated to 13.4, and as part of the 13.4 upgrade we moved to … 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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