Top-Ten Style Reports Reports can be used to create fully functional Top-Ten lists, restricting output to a specified number of records sorted by your sequence key. While you can create a Top-Ten list for the detail level, this document will describe how to create a Top-Ten list based upon a Sub-total Level. Experienced m-Power developers … Continue reading Top-Ten Style Reports
Occasionally, when a problem arises with an m-Power application it is necessary for the developer to investigate by reviewing the Tomcat log files. Historically, the only way to access these files was to first gain access to the m-Power server. The trouble with that is that some developers don’t have the ability (or desire) to … Continue reading Tomcat Logger Installation
Messaging & Scheduled Tasks Our customer (Betty), runs a small fitness center where members pay a monthly fee to utilize the facilities. Every time a member submits a payment, Betty enters the date in a maintainer to keep track of when the last payment was received from that member. Every Sunday, Betty checks to see … Continue reading Messaging & Scheduled Tasks
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 document in order to do so before … Continue reading Configuring m-Power for Single Sign On
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 Configuring Single Sign On (SSO) for the m-Power Interface & m-Power run-time Apps.