Modify Summary File Names By Dictionary

One of the most flexible uses of m-Power is the ability to use a table from anywhere on your database within an application. This is very useful for times where you have an ERP that needs to be used across multiple dictionaries. Alternatively, there will also be times where a summary file has been created… Continue reading »

Storing Session Information

Storing Session information Using the User Session Template Occasionally, you may want to save a variable for use in other applications. The User Session Template allows you to do so, offering improved user convenience and security. For instance, a user can select a variable to be stored, such as product number, and that variable’s value… Continue reading »

Advanced Graphing

Advanced Graphing m-Power’s graphing functionality uses Fusioncharts as its base logic. Fusioncharts allow m-Power developers to rapidly and easily create a wide variety of graphs. Within m-Painter, developers have several choices of graph templates. However, this list is not all-inclusive. Nearly any type of Fusionchart can be created within m-Power, with a bit of custom… Continue reading »

Clustering/Load Balancing Tomcat with Apache

Clustering/Load Balancing Tomcat with Apache Clustering/Load Balancing Tomcat has many performance implications within a production environment. For instance, developers and m-Power administrators can safely restart individual Tomcats without bringing down an entire production instance, as well as memory and resources are better balanced. There are two main steps in setting up a clustered Tomcat environment–… Continue reading »

Tomcat Troubleshooting Guide

Tomcat Troubleshooting Guide If you are noticing that m-Power is running slow, or freezing up altogether, there are several steps that you can take to troubleshoot or improve this. Configuring Memory Tomcat Logging Tomcat Stability Enhancement Clustering/Load Balancing Tomcat with Apache Configuring Memory Tomcat is initially configured to use half a gigabyte of memory. We… Continue reading »