2013 in review

The WordPress.com has created a 2013 annual report for this blog.


Here’s an excerpt:

The Louvre Museum has 8.5 million visitors per year. This blog was viewed about 83,000 times in 2013. If it were an exhibit at the Louvre Museum, it would take about 4 days for that many people to see it.

Click here to see the complete report.

We look forward to a new and exciting 2014 with new features in Smart Office as well as new features and an updated look an feel in the Web Client (H5) for M3. Stay tuned and thank you for 2013!

4 thoughts on “2013 in review

  1. Jeff Darch

    Hey Guys,

    Fantastic Blog; So helpful over the past 12 months. Long may it continue!

    I am not sure if I am posting in the right place but I could not post in direct response and I do have a question for Karin regarding the Lawson Design System and Combo boxes. (I am still new to mashups).

    Hey Karin,

    I hope all is well with you. My colleague and myself are working on a time sheet entry mashup similar to MOS076.
    Each work order is attributed a work centre which in turn has a number of operations.
    The object is to type in the employee number followed by the work order. We then have a dropdown box from which the user can select the operation from the available list..
    I have looked at your combo box above and it is similar to what I am looking for, (maybe it is exactly what I am looking for but I am not interpreting correctly). We have thousands of work orders and we only want the operations specific to the entered work order to appear in the list.
    EG work order 1234 has ops 1, 2 and 3 to chose from and work order 1235 has ops 1, 6 and 9 to chose from. The drop down list needs to reflect this. I am having difficulty linking the two together. Any advice would be greatly appreciated.

    Cheers

    Jeff

    Reply
    1. karinpb Post author

      Hi,
      How would you know what options are available? Can you determine that from the work center? And is the set of options limited? I think a simple approach would be to in fact have two combo boxes with options but then change the Visibility to collapse the combo that you don’t want to use. You should use the approach to set a property that is described in Help -> Common Controls -> Property Setter. You need to use that together with event conditions assuming there is a condition you can write to check what set of options is relevant.

      I need more information to be able to be more specific if you need more help than those tips.

      Reply
  2. Jeff Darch

    Hi Karin,

    Thank you for your prompt reply.

    Work orders are accessed via MOS100 and operations and materials are added via MOS101. I may have confused everything with my reference to the work centre. For that, I apologise. The ops and materials vary considerably in each individual work order.
    Reporting of the operation is done via MOS070/B1. There could be 20 individual operations in each work order, but the number of operations are specific to the work order.

    Here is the xaml. It may explain things a little better.


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    I will spend some time on the property setter.

    Reply
    1. Jeff Darch

      Hey Karin,

      I noticed that the xaml is not showing.

      Did you get it? Have I done something incorrect in copying and pasting?

      Cheers

      Jeff

      Reply

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