Configuring m-Power for Single Sign On

Configuring m-Power for Single Sign On   m-Power can be configured to work with an external validation program, using a technique called Single Sign On. In order to accomplish this, there are a few configuration requirements that must be met first. If you have not set up basic sign on security yet, please visit this… Continue reading »

Configuring Single Sign On (SSO) for the m-Power Interface & m-Power run-time Apps.

To increase developer’s efficency with m-Power, mrc has unveiled a new sign-on configuration option: The ability to automatically inherit their m-Power interface authentication into their run-time applications! Until now, developers were forced to log-in to their applications after every recompile. By installing the configuration below, this will no longer occur. By adding a few configuration… Continue reading »

How To Install a Navigation Bar

m-Power now has the ability of rendering your menu options directly within your data dictionary’s header as a navigation bar. The benefit of this feature is an improved user interface. You will need to install the December 2012 update to take advantage of this new feature. If you are creating menus for the first time,… Continue reading »

Bookmarking the Run-Time Sign-On Screen

m-Power now offers the ability for users to bookmark the run-time log-in screen. Beginning with the December 2012 update, users can bookmark the log-in page for their applications. This new feature will fix the 500 error displayed by the browser in the past when trying to bookmark a log-in page. The steps to implement this… Continue reading »

Tomcat 7 Special Server Config

Although m-Power will not begin shipping with Tomcat 7 for new installations until the beginning of 2013, many of our customers have decided to take the plunge and upgrade to Tomcat 7. Overall, the response has been quite positive. Developers report a slightly faster interface that is significantly more stable. One minor caveat of Tomcat… Continue reading »