m-Power allows for a widely customizable dictionary menu. Saving changes to the menu will be seen immediately on the menu screen: However, if utilizing the header menu (seen in the header of each screen) the menu changes will not take effect until the Tomcat browser session has been restarted: Similarly, there are also many dictionary … Continue reading Refreshing Header Menu and Security Settings
The lookup feature is a commonly used aspect of m-Power where developers wish to pull external applications into an existing application. Many times developers need to only pull in a specific value from an external application. They will use a custom import to accomplish this. However, if this value needs to be on all rows … Continue reading An Alternative to Custom Imports — The JSON Lookup Retrieval
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.
I’m sure you’ve seen QR Codes recently in on-line and printed media. (If you aren’t sure what they are — check out this tech blog post to learn more). However, a somewhat underused feature of QR codes is the ability to create a QR code that contains all of your contact information (Called a vCard). … Continue reading QR Code vCard template
Excel is the most commonly misused program in existence. It is used for all sorts of tasks that it was never meant to handle including business intelligence, reporting, and executive dashboards. When spreadsheets are used in these ways, they can become a waste of money for a business. Don’t get me wrong, spreadsheets aren’t evil … Continue reading Excel spreadsheets are often a giant waste of money