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  • July 17, 2017 17:51
    Dennis Bykkov
    Restored a reply by Miguel Castro in Login Page
    Reason: Dennis, From what you said about custom code, i encounter that this code is the problem: i used this code to generate a xls file, Do you see anything wrong in this code? public static void PopulateSheet(string File) { try {
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  • July 17, 2017 17:51
    Dennis Bykkov
    Removed a reply by Miguel Castro in Login Page
    Reason: spam
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  • July 13, 2017 17:49
    Dennis Bykkov
    Changed reply in topic of Can anyone publish? by Dennis Bykkov to Michael,<br /><br />Release 8.6.5.0, coming by the end of this week, will fix any compilation and publishing errors. At this time, you can use Visual Studio to publish Web App Factory projects. There have been no reported issues with Web Site Factory projects.<br /><br />If you would like a solution on your support ticket, I would recommend responding to the update on the ticket made 3 hours later..
  • July 11, 2017 19:10
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  • July 11, 2017 03:00
    roberto.ivon, the poster:
    Reason: removed by the poster
  • July 10, 2017 14:01
    Thomas, the poster:
    Reason: removed by the poster
  • July 07, 2017 19:42
    Dennis Bykkov
    Changed reply in topic of touch UI right side bar obscuring data view by Dennis Bykkov to Finbar,<br /><br />Please post the contents of your ~/touch folder. All files starting with "app-" should have been removed during the upgrade process from 8.5.x..
  • July 06, 2017 19:13
    roberto.ivon, the poster:
    Reason: removed by the poster
  • July 03, 2017 19:47
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  • July 03, 2017 02:05
    Jonesy, the poster:
    Reason: removed by the poster
  • June 25, 2017 13:07
    Bernard
    Changed reply in topic of ROME wasn't built in a day by Bernard to Hi Rahul. <br /> <br /><br />All I've seen so far are complaints and no suggestions or ideas to actually tackle this from a birds point of view. We've just expected COT to solve it on their own!<br /> <br /><br />The two steps below should actually resolve most, if not all bug problems(for those who get involved) when new releases go out. It will also put our expectations at rest as we will know what to expect and when. <br /> <br /><br />Imagine a situation where we could upgrade with absolute confidence our very old apps will run on the latest version after going through the below. Obviously (taking into consideration whether we know that our app needs a re-write. )<br /> <br /><br />I'll submit the below as an idea, a support request and I'll chat to Dennis/ Surge and if this can be published too to COT customers to show everyone that something good is happening to try to resolve our issues. This is a substantial requirement but think it's worth especially considering everyone's frustrations. <br /> <br /><br /> 1.(Possibly resolve 99% bugs before releasing changes) we ask COT for a "Test/UAT"(user acceptance) version of the new release to test our apps with so that we as customers can test, be involved and approve the release in order to iron out bug fixes. <br /> <br />Otherwise bugs resulting in go-live releases force COT to try to fix the live scenario which is much more complex because it needs to include "correction code" rather than simply fixing the cause. <br /> <br />(It is contradictory that we as IT customers ask our customers to sign off changes when we make changes but we currently cannot test COT releases on our most important app!) <br /> <br /><br />2.(waiting for changes, choice of enhancements, expectations of what is going to be released and WHEN) regarding changes or enhancements. What if COT gives customers 50% choice on the enhancements in each release by providing a "release portal" to vote on by COT customers by a certain deadline. Then the highest voted enhancements that can be DONE ON TIME are completed. <br /> <br />The other 50% release enhancements can be some hopefully amazing killer features that are decided by COT. :-)<br /> <br /><br />Bernard.
  • June 25, 2017 12:06
    Bernard
    Changed reply in topic of ROME wasn't built in a day by Bernard to Hi Rahul. <br /><br /> All I've seen so far are complaints and no suggestions or ideas to actually tackle this from a birds point of view. We've just expected COT to solve it on their own! <br /><br /> The two steps below should actually resolve most if not all bug problems(for those who get involved) when new releases go out as well as expectations on what features are included and importantly when. <br /><br /> Imagine a situation where we could upgrade with absolute confidence our very old apps will run on the latest version after going through the below. Obviously (taking into consideration whether we know that our app needs a re-write. ) <br /><br /> I'll submit the below as an idea, a support request and I'll chat to Dennis/ Surge and if this can be published too to COT customers to show everyone that something good is happening to try to resolve our issues. This is a substantial requirement but think it's worth especially considering everyone's frustrations. <br /><br /> 1.(Possibly resolve 99% bugs before releasing changes) we ask COT for a "Test/UAT"(user acceptance) version of the new release to test our apps with so that we as customers can test, be involved and approve the release in order to iron out bug fixes. <br /> Otherwise bugs resulting in go-live releases force COT to try to fix the live scenario which is much more complex because it needs to include "correction code" rather than simply fixing the cause. <br /> (It is contradictory that we as IT customers ask our customers to sign off changes when we make changes but we currently cannot test COT releases on our most important app!) <br /><br /> 2.(waiting for changes, choice of enhancements, expectations of what is going to be released and WHEN) regarding changes or enhancements. What if COT gives customers 50% choice on the enhancements in each release by providing a "release portal" to vote on by COT customers by a certain deadline. Then the highest voted enhancements that can be DONE ON TIME are completed. <br /> The other 50% release enhancements can be some hopefully amazing killer features that are decided by COT. :-) <br /><br /> Bernard.
  • June 16, 2017 19:12
    Krish Moodley
    Changed reply in topic of Interested in sharing cost of Unlimited 5 user 2 year subscription ? by Krish Moodley to Hi guys. Great news . I am interested as well to join in and split cost for ultimate code on time but I am a beginner would that be a problem <br /><br /> Krish@asphaltsolutions. Co.Za.
  • June 01, 2017 19:47
    Jose Ignacio Ten Moron
    Changed reply in topic of en-ES Date format in Calendar filter is applied? by Jose Ignacio Ten Moron to any solution? COT cannot have the same date format in the filter and Grid?.
  • May 29, 2017 17:03
    Mark, the poster:
    Reason: removed by the poster
  • May 26, 2017 18:47
    Customer Service
    Changed title of what are you developing? by Michael Gralke Augusto to What are you developing?.
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  • May 26, 2017 18:47
    Customer Service
    Changed title of COMMUNITY QUESTION: what are you developing? by Michael Gralke Augusto to what are you developing?.
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  • May 26, 2017 18:47
    Customer Service
    Changed title of COMMUNITY QUESTION: How are you marketing/selling? by Michael Gralke Augusto to How are you marketing/selling?.
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  • May 15, 2017 20:57
    Divyesh, the poster:
    Reason: removed by the poster
  • May 12, 2017 19:45
    Dennis Bykkov
    Changed reply in topic of Assembly 'Newtonsoft.Json, Version=9.0.0.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=30ad4fe6b2a6aeed' is partially trusted by Dennis Bykkov to Chuck, please try the following:<br /><br />1. Open the project settings<br />2. Open "Web Server Configuration"<br />3. under Web.config modification instructions, paste the following:<br /><br /><pre><code>Delete: /configuration/system&#46;web/trust &lt;nothing /&gt; &lt;br&gt;</code></pre>.
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