General m-Power Troubleshooting Guide

General m-Power Troubleshooting Guide Here are some hints and tricks to help you work better with m-Power: My application is showing the wrong data. Run the application, and then pass in debug=1 as a parameter. Alternatively, you can turn on the debug statement in the application properties. The debug statement will provide you with the… Continue reading »

User Privilege Parameters

User Privilege Parameters allow m-Power to store information about the user signed in at the current moment in time. These parameters are set in session, accessible throughout every application, and are saved to a user’s profile so that they are available every time a user is logged in. This is useful for controlling on screen… Continue reading »

Configure mrc Servlet Reloading

While there are many reasons why having a development instance and a production instance of m-Power is necessary, one of the strongest reasons is the instability of the development environment. With recompiling, constant changes, and Tomcat restarts, development is not designed for end users to access applications. This separation of environments works well for the… Continue reading »

Encrypting Passwords

m-Power can easily be configured to use any existing encrypted column for password values when securing your applications against a flat file. For more on how to do this, see this page. While this works great for existing encryptions, it is also possible to use m-Power to encrypt new values as well. To do so,… Continue reading »

Adding Additional Tomcat Security to an Interface Screen

Adding Additional Tomcat Security to an Interface Screen While m-Power offers many types of built-in security options within the development interface, you may occasionally want to offer increased security in the interface based on your individual needs. You can do so by adding additional Tomcat security to the corresponding interface screens. For instance, within the… Continue reading »