CRM 2011 Email Router Problems–She’s a Fickle Bitch Since we published an extensive set of step by step instructions on how to setup CRM 2011 as an Internet Facing Deployment IFD. We have continued on to find a few issues with the Email Router Tool that are probably worth sharing. The Tool Does Not Connect to Exchange 2010 like the CRM 4.0 tool. We had a previous test environment that included CRM 4.0 and the well patched Email Router Tool. It was talking nicely to Exchange Server 2010 using the Exchange Web Service URL: https://server.domain.com/EWS/Exchange.asmx In our instance the HTTPS was configured with an service signed certificate that was a trusted provider. In other words.… Read More »CRM 2011 Email Router Problems–She’s a Fickle Bitch
Today we have released an update to the Advanced Login Module for DotNetNuke to allow it to support DotNetNuke 06.00.00. Although the default DNN login is much improved, the advanced login module offers a range of especially useful feature that can greatly improve the users experience. http://www.interactivewebs.com/advancedlogin/DNNLoginModule.aspx
A possible error was introduced with DotNetNuke 05.06.03 that caused certain types of post backs to generate an error: Invalid postback or callback argument. Event validation is enabled using <pages enableeventvalidation="true" /> in configuration or <%@ page enableeventvalidation="true" %> in a page. For security purposes, this feature verifies that arguments to postback or callback events originate from the server control that originally rendered them. If the data is valid and expected, use the ClientScriptManager.RegisterForEventValidation method in order to register the postback or callback data for validation. Details: http://www.dotnetnuke.com/Resources/Wiki/loc/print/Page/Event-validation.aspx This error was introduced into the Advanced Login module, when the registration form was set to use the auto filling Country / Region Selector. We have produced… Read More »DotNetNuke 05.06.03 Invalid postback or callback argument
Today we posted a blog about How to configure IFD Hosted Setup in CRM 2011 Following on from that we tested the migration from CRM 4.0 hosted CRM instillations to the newly configured test environment for CRM 2011. We ran into a few problems (and a few things we did not know) and thought others may benefit from this. CRM Migration The process was reasonably simple for us and for that reason we will just list the steps. Backup the CRM 4.0 database to file. On the new CRM 2011 SQL server, perform a normal SQL database restore from the backup file. Use the CRM 2011 deployment tool to “Import and Organisation”. Specifying the obvious… Read More »CRM 2011 IFD Multi-Tenency Migration Tips
A Microsoft Team Member Accessing one of their White Papers! Having just beaten the Microsoft CRM IFD challenge, I felt it necessary to blog about how mush I dislike the way Microsoft supply data about their own products. The image above is not too far from the truth. You read a pile of “bla bal” data, only to find that the detail about the really important and difficult part is vague and relies on prior knowledge or experience to complete. Evidence of this is the number of internal blogs, videos and instructional information that is always produced by MS team members and community members explaining the real low down on how to get their stuff… Read More »Microsoft White Papers–Kill Me now!
[gard] Like many, we have struggled to configure Microsoft CRM 2011 as an Internet Facing Deployment. There is quite a bit of disjointed and some what typical Microsoft “junk” on how to set this up. So after reading the White Papers, blogs and YouTube videos on the topic, I figured I would need notes for myself as much as anything. This is mostly because I am yet to find one single example that covered the setup I was after. That being: Single Server On an existing domain Running true IFD ready for customer access. The last point it telling, as all the Microsoft examples give a self generated SSL cert, that really is an example… Read More »Microsoft CRM 2011 How to Configure IFD Hosted Setup
Today, like a kid in a candy store, I upgraded to the new Mac OSX Lion from the Mac App store. It can’t go without noting that it has been a long time since I was excited about the prospect of a new release software download. Today gave me glimpses of the days long gone when Microsoft would release new and innovative software. Those days are “dust in the rear-view mirror”. True geek like I know… but hay! You are the one reading this! So How Did it Go? Generally it went exceptionally well. The download was way faster than I expected. I had imagined that the apple servers would be getting hammered all day,… Read More »Mac OSX Lion Upgrade Problems
The net is changing fast. Release of the iPad and other mobile devices that have correctly made the decision to discontinue Adobe Flash. I say correct decision because not only is flash yesterdays technology, but it is far from the optimal way to produce simple motion in web pages. Flash still has it’s place, just not as a way to inject interesting motion into websites. So what do we use on http://www.InteractiveWebs.com home page? We have some simple code that renders motion:</div> </div></div> </div> <div class="wsc_frame_bl"> <div… Read More »Why use flash anymore?
DotNetNuke 05.06.03 Pain If you look at the project downloads for dotnetnuke, you will notice that the forums module has the latest version as: 05.00.01 And if you click the link from within this page: http://www.dotnetnuke.com/Resources/Downloads/Projects-Downloads.aspx 05.00.01 is exactly what you get. All sounds neat and tidy… right? Not really, because if you install the latest version of DotNetNuke 05.06.03 (an important security release) you will kill your forums. Dead as dead. And if you check around for an update of the forum module, you will not find one either in your Module Definitions, or in the DotNetNuke website. But keep looking to codeplex and you find this: 05.00.02 and what is strange, it is… Read More »DotNetNuke Forum Module 05.00.02 The missing link!
If you see this error Could Not Load file or assembly NVelocity, Version=188.8.131.52, Culture-nutral, PublicKeyToken=null (Exception from HRESULT: 0x80131040) While using one of our DotNetNuke Modules. The solution is a simple one. Update all of the InteractiveWebs DotNetNuke Modules to the latest builds by downloading the latest release from here: http://www.interactivewebs.com/DotNetNukeModules/ModuleDownloads.aspx The Problem The problem stems from a change to some of the code library of some modules that share code with other modules. Updating all modules to the latest build will resolve this issue in all our modules.
If you like DotNetNuke and have an iPhone or iPad, then DotNetNuke – DNN News App if for you! InteractiveWebs have released a DNN community specific App to help interested people say in touch with the latest goings on in the DotNetNuke world. http://itunes.apple.com/au/app/dnn-news-dotnetnuke-news/id448890925?mt=8# Now you can browse the latest news, modules and skin information about the popular DotNetNuke CMS system all from your mobile device. The App is a native Xcode universal app (meaning it works on both the iPad and iPhone natively. It is designed to tap into community news and information and discussions around DotNetNuke to allow you to read stay up to date with the latest news and events.
We found an issue with what is the current release version of DotNetNuke Blog module 04.01.00 or 04.01.01. First up, we don’t know what the version number should actually be, as the compiled version on the download is 04.01.00 but the source code is referenced as 04.01.01. We presume there is some difference, but who knows what it is. Anyway The Problem The problem is that any forms on a page that run the blog module, will not allow form data to be validated. By validated, we are talking about ensuring a number is entered in a number field and text in a name filed etc. The cause is the blog module is using an… Read More »Problem With DNN Blog Module 04.01.00 – 01
Today we released an update to the Automatic Backlink Module for DotNetNuke. Details of the update are available here: http://www.interactivewebs.com/automaticlinkbuilder/Support/VersionHistory.aspx But include improvements on the way site monitoring is handled and the way the module works with the known GZIP issues. An example of the module can be seen here: http://www.interactivewebs.com/Admin/DotNetNukeWebsites.aspx?&action=add where you can add your site for back linking.
Today we have released a new version of our Users Online gadget is getting ready for our iPhone app release that will support this module. Today we have released a new version of the DotNetNuke Users Online Gadget module that allows you to monitor your website from: Windows Gadget Mac Widget Google Gadget Todays update can be seen here: http://www.interactivewebs.com/usersonline/Support/VersionHistory.aspx and is getting the module ready for the pending release of our iPhone app that will allow you to connect and monitor your site directly on your iPhone.
Monitoring your DotNetNuke users is easy with the DotNetNuke Users Online Gadget Widget App. After Installing the DNN Module, you add it to a page on your DotNetNuke website as you would any other module. The page can be visible to the public or visible to only administrators. Either way the module will function fine. Once on the site the module will display something like this. Steps to Using the Gadget Widget App on your site 1. Download the appropriate Gadget, Widget or App by selecting the “Click do Download” link at the top of the module. 2. Install the Gadget to your local website. 3. Enter the configuration of the Gadget /… Read More »Configuring Users Online Gadget Widget App
Today marks a big day for us at InteractiveWebs. We have had approved and released our version 2.0 update to our popular iPhone app “iWebs News”. What’s New The App has been totally rewritten by us, and now is released as a native Xcode iPad & iPhone app in one. So if you have an iPad, and have previously seen our iWebs News app, then please check out the app on your iPad. It is a terrific experience. Why is it a Big Deal for us? Much of our focus over the last 8 months has been on enabling our team to produce rapid iPhone and iPad apps. In order to do this, we felt… Read More »iWebs News–Now available on the iPhone and iPad
This Article has been Removed as it described the method of using YouTube API to return a search as an RSS Feed. This has been depreciated by Google and is no longer Valid.