Category Archives: Misc

Various bits and pieces.

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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Extracting Data from M3 via the APIs

There are many ways to extract data from the APIs in M3, but often you need information that isn’t provided via the native APIs or the native APIs purely don’t exist for the table you want to query. But over … Continue reading

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Basic Email Alerts / Event Based Alerts

Something that I don’t see talked about very often is the Event Based Alerts built in to M3, it’s a cheap, quick and easy way to notify people that something happened within M3. We of-course have the options of using … Continue reading

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Simple Move Control Script

Here’s a quick and easy script to simply move a control on the panel, it takes the control name and new positions as the arguments.

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Usernames and the Beauty of LDAP

  As part of a project to standardise our network I’ve needed to change our authentication source from Novells eDirectory to Microsofts Active Directory and along with this change, standardise our user naming scheme. There are a number of challenges … Continue reading

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