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General Board / Cloud Server - Windows Security login timeout
« on: September 20, 2017, 12:23:27 am »
Hello all,
we tested Cloud Server with MODEL_AUTHENTICATION against a DBMS repository. It works more or less as expected, however very unpleasant is the Windows Security login dialog timeout. It is accessible only a few seconds. If I don’t enter the username and password in time, the login dialog is overlaid by Windows „Server busy“ modal window. Then I can only kill EA task in Task Manager and start again.
Does anybody have similar experience? Is there any way how to resolve this, for example to set a timeout for the Windows Security login dialog?
Regards
Jiri

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Hi Daniel and Geert,
did you manage to fix this problem?
I struggle with the same, I think.
In JavaScript:
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var xmlDOM = new COMObject( "MSXML2.DOMDocument" );
...
var nodeList = xmlDOM.documentElement.selectNodes( nodePath );
error: xmlDOM.documentElement.selectNodes is not a function
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In JScript it works, with appropriate DOM object creation - new ActiveXObject( "MSXML2.DOMDocument" )).
I tried both, "MSXML2.DOMDocument" and "MSXML2.DOMDocument.6.0", error is the same.
Best regards
Jiri

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The layout option in GUI is is named "Digraph", it allows to choose also the direction. Corresponding constants are:
lsLayoutDirectionDown
lsLayoutDirectionLeft
lsLayoutDirectionRight
lsLayoutDirectionUp

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Suggestions and Requests / Order of Inherited Attributes in reports
« on: November 18, 2016, 01:29:22 am »
We would like to use Inherited Attributes eventually Run State in the report. However, the report sorts the attributes unsatisfactorily.
Currently:
- Inherited Attributes are sorted in the report alphabetically.
- Run State attributes are sorted in the report different way, probably in the order of editing during value setting (?).
- On the diagram are the "attribute initializers", if displayed, sorted in the order of editing during value setting, but in reverse order than in the report.
None of the these behaviors is nice. Together they are quite confusing.
Correct order of the attributes in the descendant class (or object instance) should be the same as the order of attributes defined by its parent class.
Any advice, how to achieve it?

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