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We’ve seen how to access external resources via web services from Orangescape. You can read about it here and here. Sometimes you might want to do the reverse, access Orangescape from external applications. You can do the same with web services.
By Default everything in Orangescape is exposed as web service. Orangescape exposes as both SOAP based and REST web service. Here we will see how to go about with SOAP based.
To get the WSDL for a particular model, the…
So, you have created your application, applied Themes, the look and feel is cool. But, that menu, why is there in the Horizontal, weren’t you thinking of keeping it in the Left hand side of the screen, one below the other?! or, how about having something like the Windows Explorer, where the folders are listed as a tree. or, Wait, how about an application without menus?!!
In Orangescape, the menu data is constructed in the usual way of Un-ordered…Continue
If you had created an application before April 1st 2011, When Creating reports using the Report feature in Studio, after deployment, in Runtime, you might face an ERROR stating "Model ReportPreference is not present". Applications created after April 1st 2011 will not face this problem
This is because, one of the new System Models ReportPreference is not present. To solve this problem,.
By Default when you create an application, a set of models will be created and placed under the System folder. Each model has its own functions and use in the application. The models which will be there in the system folder are :
Sometimes when you write rules, it so happens that the condition, and what to do next are all calculated terms. Let's Consider this example.
=IF( FIND(A2,B2) > 0 , DSEARCH(User.UserID=F3) , DSEARCH(User.useraccounts<F2) )
This is a basic IF rule.
Let's Say FIND(A2,B2) = 9, means the condition returns TRUE, so if true DSEARCH(User.UserID=F3) will be executed.
Now what will happen if F2 Changes. This IF rule will be re-evaluated, eventhough the…Continue
With the next build, the template engine in OrangeScape is being changed from MAKO to Cheetah. You can read more about that here.
This change will affect those who have made changes to the default theme, to suit to their needs. We’ll be listing down the changes to be made to make your theme work with the new build release. This is only for the default make code used in the…
Template Engines are used to process web templates and content information to produce web pages, documents...
OrangeScape has been using MAKO templates. In your themes you would have used MAKO to get UserName, login / logout urls etc...…Continue
Well, well, well, sometimes, in your application you would have to delete your records because you created one request extra, or instead of raising a request in this you raised a request under another category.
If the application is developed in Orangescape, if you delete a record, the count in the worktop will not go down, it will continue to show the count which was there before the record was deleted. So how do you delete the records, and also have proper count in…Continue
Open ID is an open standard that describes how users can be authenticated in a decentralized manner, obviating the need for services to provide their own ad hoc systems and allowing users to consolidate their digital identities.
Steps to folllow to call an ant task
Some times after you deploy and access your application and go to a queue you might get a error like this.
Go to script.orangescape.com to try it out & let me know your feedback. (This project is…
ContinueAn application without billing enabled is allocated 500 MB of persistent storage and enough CPU and bandwidth for about 5 million page views a month. The Admin Console's Quotas page lists every quota…
It's not always that you will build everything that you need into a single application, or that you application can function stand alone. Your application may be required to get some sort of data or information from another system in your network / application of another department. OrangeScape uses web services as a way to integrate with other systems. Currently only SOAP based web services are supported.…Continue