The scenario for this post is to be able to verify something on a panel in a M3 program before a request is submitted to the M3 BE server. The validation in the example will be made using a MI program that is called asynchronously. The example is not a realistic case but it is easy to test and can be modified and generalized for real business cases. Note that the script is just an example and not intended for production use. Continue reading
Last week all employees at Lawson Product Development had a new kind of event called 20four. Its goal is to inspire and drive innovation. What we did? We were allowed to spend 24 hours doing whatever we wanted to do. No limitations – at all.
After 24 hours had passed we had 4 minutes to present what we did and then we voted for the best project. In this blog I’ll present the winning project, a LPA Mashup that displays pending work, created by Conny E. Special thanks to Conny for sharing his Mashup.
It is perhaps not innovative but it solves a business scenario and apperently this information was not easily accessable in Landmark, and that is what Mashups are for, bringing data together from different screens, programs and data sources. Continue reading
You don’t have to be a developer to create Mashups. A business user can do great Mashups. With Mashups you have the full power of WPF and the simple use of our Mashup Controls. Events play an important role when it comes to passing data. Recently I have seem more than one example of incorrect use of curly braces. Today I’ll try and explain the difference between a binding, markup extension methods that we have created and our variable substitution using curly braces. This is advanced stuff so you need to be interested in the more advanced technical stuff. Continue reading