All education sessions. All products. All industries. Customers, partners, employees—all in one location for 2½ days of learning, sharing and networking. Register before January 31 to get the early early bird rate and join us at the Javits Center in New York. For details see the Inforum 2017 website.
We built our headquarters in the center of New York’s Silicon Alley —to let the city shape us, just like we help shape the companies that do business not just here but everywhere. Come see for yourself at Inforum 2016 on July 10-13 in New York City. http://www.inforum2016.com/
Wow… New York. Sweden and Stockholm can’t compare. I know a few colleagues that are traveling and I hope that you all can enjoy this great event. If you like me are unable to go to New York you can still follow online:
How do I find the logs for trouble shooting? In this post I’ll cover the Smart Office log as well as the M3 UI Adapter log. I will not be covering where logs are located in LSF, Landmark, Ming.le or IFS.
This week a quite a few people from development are at Inforum in New Orleans. Back at home we have been finishing up on some of the demo applications. Continue reading
To facilitate users supporting each other when it comes to, e.g. specific applications, we created a simple paint application where you can draw, write text and take screenshots.
This post is an introduction to the enhancements made to the variable replacement functionality in Smart Office 10.2. The variable replacement syntax now supports function expressions that adds the possibility to modify values during a variable replacement.
Function expressions are currently supported in many places that uses variable replacements. Some examples are M3 toolbox shortcuts, Mashup parameters and links, Mashup controls such as WebBrowser and FileBrowser and data service parameters. Smart Links do not support function expressions in the current 10.2 release but this has been addressed and support for function expressions in Smart Links will ship in the next fix pack for Smart Office 10.2. Continue reading
On June 13th, 10AM CST there will be a free webinar on Smart Office Administration. It is hosted by the Lawson development organisation and it is a great opportunity to ask questions. The focus will be Lawson installations but for general Smart Office Administration a lot of things are the same. I will attend and I look forward to your questions. Read more and register on the Infor Lawson Technology blog.
Start Pages is the start page for H5, the M3 web client. It is a set of pages that the end user and/or the administrator can configure with widgets. You can create a start page and share it with others. You can add widgets to your start page such as the Menu, Custom Menu, Favorites and Application Messages. A start page administrator can configure a default start page as well as a set of start pages for specific users or groups.
We have released Smart Office 10.1.2. It comes with some great new features.
The user’s canvas is where the user has his shortcuts and widgets monitoring business data. The first time the user starts Smart Office she will get the default Canvas with the content that an administrator has configured. In this post I’ll show you how to share a canvas file on a fileshare and create a Jscript that will load the Canvas everytime Smart Office starts.
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Today’s post is just a quick entry about a common error that you might get as you install a .lawsonapp file in Life Cycle Manager 9 (or Life Cycle Manager 10). I’ve received more than one question about this error message from Life Cycle Manager so I hope that this info will be of interest to the many administrators out there. The error message that you get in Life Cycle Manager is ‘Cannot find compatible location for dependency LSO. No available location exist or the user is not authorized to install application.’.
The Smart Office Startpad is an add on that you can install in Smart Office 10.0.5 and 10.1.1. It enables your users and the administrator to build startpads with links to different programs. This application was first released for Smart Office 10.0.5 (version 1) with a limited set of functionality but has been greatly improved for Smart Office 10.1.1 (Startpad version 2). In this post I’ll cover the features in the StartPad Manager and how to deploy startpads. Continue reading
M3 H5 Client provides an HTML 5-based user interface for accessing work-related information and applications from the M3 business system. In this post by Jack Rubillar gives you a quick introduction to the new web client for M3. M3 Workplace has been replaced with the H5 client and since it has support for more than one browser and Workspace / Infor Ming.le this is a great improvement.
Smart Office 10.1.1 has been released and this service pack contains the tooling you need to migrate data from a 10.0.5.2 version to 10.1.1. Part of the work in this service pack is that we continued to move all files to a database so that we in the future can scale out Smart Office on to many Grids. We are not there yet becuase there are a few more changes needed on the server, but as of version 10.1.1 all configuration files that are related to the Smart Office server are stored in the database. Even though the name of the application in the Grid has changed to MangoServer it is still not supported to install more than one Smart Office server in the same grid (regardless of version). Continue reading
Infor Smart Office 10.0.5.2 is now available as CCSS update package. In this posts I’ll cover some of the enhancments done in this new version. Continue reading
Smart Office, the Infor product with the best looking implementation of the new SoHo design was released in May. GA date for Lawson applications was the 16: th of May and GA date for M3 was the 23: th. In Stockholm we celebrated the new major release of M3, 13.1 with cake and a mini Inforum with sessions. Continue reading
If there is a web application that does not work in Smart Office there are a few know limitations and work arounds that you should be aware of. In this blog post I’ll cover some of the issues with web applications as well as some work arounds that you can try. Most of this information applies to Smart Client and Smart Office. Continue reading