January 2016 archive

Passing arguments to Data Flows executed from Workbooks

This is the third post in a series focused on Data Flow development. Part 1: Creating and Deploying a custom Data Flow Item Class Library Part 2 : Executing Data Flow Item Tasks with parameters Part 3 : This one Part 4 : Debugging custom Data Flow Item Class Libaries In this post, we’ll continue using your Data …

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Executing Data Flow Item Tasks with parameters

This is the second post in a series focused on Data Flow development. Part 1: Creating and Deploying a custom Data Flow Item Class Library Part 2 : This one Part 3 : Passing arguments to Data Flows executed from Workbooks Part 4 : Debugging custom Data Flow Item Class Libaries This post will show you how …

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Guidelines and tooling for the InVision Solution Development Cycle

You’ll probably need to make changes to, or continue developing InVision solutions after they have been published to production. Today, we’ll present a simple best practice pattern or guideline for continued development of InVision solutions, and the new InVision Data Migration Tool (InVision DMT for short) which helps you in this process.

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Creating and deploying a custom Data Flow Item Class Library

This is the first post in a series focused on Data Flow development Part 1 : This one Part 2 : Executing Data Flow Item Tasks with parameters Part 3 : Passing arguments to Data Flows executed from Workbooks Part 4 : Debugging custom Data Flow Item Class Libaries Simply put, Class Libraries contains classes and …

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InVision 2.0 Beta 2

InVision 2.0 Beta 2 is ready for download! Because x-mas got in our way, it took more than the promised 2 weeks between Beta 1 and Beta 2, but now it’s here. Our primary focus for Beta 2 has been fixing the bugs in Beta 1, adding support for table reports and a few new features that will make Workbook …

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