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  • Re: Method Integration Engine and Windows Server 2008 R2

    Thanks Chad. Our MSP, Wyn Consulting, fixed the problem.  I'm not sure exactly what was wrong, but there was some issue with the QB instance on the Server, which could have contributed. The problem may have had nothing to do with the Server, but I did notice that the "temp log path" from the About panel of the Engine is ...
    Posted to Method General Q&A (Forum) by jnoneiliv1 on 07-11-2012
  • Re: Method Integration Engine and Windows Server 2008 R2

    The Engine will sync from a PC running QB accessing the QB file on the 2008 R2 Server.  But the Engine on the server stays hung waiting for https connection.
    Posted to Method General Q&A (Forum) by jnoneiliv1 on 07-09-2012
  • Re: Method Integration Engine and Windows Server 2008 R2

    No such luck turning off Windows Firewall.  The Engine reports that the Company File is Open, briefly flashes the starting synch message, and says "waiting for secure https connection". Do I need to configure IPSEC settings on the server to allow the connection to made to the Method Server?
    Posted to Method General Q&A (Forum) by jnoneiliv1 on 07-09-2012
  • Re: Method Integration Engine and Windows Server 2008 R2

    Now checking Windows Firewall.  I think this may be the cause.  Typically a message gets thrown when Windows Firewall is the problem but I suspect the Server 2008 R2 (R2 is a BIG change to 2008), may have some rules that apps aren't expecting to see.
    Posted to Method General Q&A (Forum) by jnoneiliv1 on 07-09-2012
  • Method Integration Engine and Windows Server 2008 R2

    I am having trouble getting the Method Integration Engine to sync from a freshly installed Windows Server 2008 R2 machine. I am using the same QB data file (Enterprise v 11.0) and the status console of the Engine reports that the Company file is open, but I cannot get the Engine to report any further status.  It tends to show "waiting ...
    Posted to Method General Q&A (Forum) by jnoneiliv1 on 07-09-2012
  • New Watchdog Process

    I noticed there is a new watchdog process running to notify a user about the status of Method server side processing that might be taking a bit more time. I can see it when one of my screen actions is generating a pdf report. This is a nice addition since occasionally these pdf reports can take some time to generate, up to 1 minute or so, and ...
    Posted to Method General Q&A (Forum) by jnoneiliv1 on 05-24-2012
  • Re: Best practice for adding records to simple dropdown tables?

    Sam, I do this also.  The automatically created screen is perfect for those simple drop down tables.  I have about a dozen of them and I just put them on a tab that users wouldn't see so when I want to add drop down values I just go to the auto screen and make entries. Cheers, James
    Posted to Method General Q&A (Forum) by jnoneiliv1 on 05-24-2012
  • Re: Loop through Table or Grid, Advanced Options

    Great Stuff! It's pretty amazing how powerful the Action library is for making custom applications.  The balance of functionality and ease of use ir really elegant, and I think some further explanation of usage would be a good investment. I can't think of a more powerful toolkit for small business than QB plus Method. ...
    Posted to Method General Q&A (Forum) by jnoneiliv1 on 04-12-2012
  • Re: Loop through Table or Grid, Advanced Options

    Thanks Chad, that clears things up. I think we are writing an SQL statement though, you've just hidden the ugly bits from the user, made a nice gui to allow the user to build a statement by selecting a few key properties, fields, etc. and then written some code to parse that into whatever SQL language, object oriented, ASP whatever. Do you ...
    Posted to Method General Q&A (Forum) by jnoneiliv1 on 04-11-2012
  • Re: Loop through Table or Grid, Advanced Options

    Chad, I think answering this question in terms of typical SQL statement logic might help clear things up. As I was still lost after your explanation I looked up an explanation of the SQL SELECT DISTINCT Statement. The SQL "DISTINCT" keyword will prevent inclusion of records that have duplicate values in the named field or column. ...
    Posted to Method General Q&A (Forum) by jnoneiliv1 on 04-10-2012
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