March 2016 archive

Creating Workbook Plugins – Conditional Execution of GenericAction

This is part 5 in the series about creating Workbook plugins for Profitbase InVision. Part 1 : The Basics Part 2 : Reading data using the Sql Script Web Service API Part 3 : Writing data using the Sql Script Web Service API Part 4 : Publishing events to the Workbook Part 5 : Conditional execution …

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Creating Workbook Plugins – Publishing events to the Workbook

This is part 4 in the series about creating Workbook plugins for Profitbase InVision. Part 1 : The Basics Part 2 : Reading data using the Sql Script Web Service API Part 3 : Writing data using the Sql Script Web Service API Part 4 : Publishing events to the Workbook (this one) Part 5 : Conditional …

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Creating Workbook Plugins – Writing data using the Sql Script Web Service API

This is part 3 in the series about creating Workbook plugins for Profitbase InVision. Part 1 : The Basics Part 2 : Reading data using the Sql Script Web Service API Part 3 : Writing data using the Sql Script Web Service API (this one) Part 4 : Publishing events to the Workbook Part 5 : Conditional …

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Creating Workbook Plugins – Reading data using the Sql Script Web Service API

This is part 2 in the series about creating Workbook plugins for Profitbase InVision. Part 1 : The Basics Part 2 : Reading data using the Sql Script Web Service API (this one) Part 3 : Writing data using the Sql Script Web Service API Part 4 : Publishing events to the Workbook Part 5 : Conditional …

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Creating Workbook Plugins – The Basics

In this short series, we’ll walk through creating a simple Workbook plugin. Part 1 : The Basics (this one) Part 2 : Reading data using the Sql Script Web Service API Part 3 : Writing data using the Sql Script Web Service API Part 4 : Publishing events to the Workbook Part 5 : Conditional execution …

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Debugging custom Data Flow Item Class Libaries

This is the fourth and final 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 : Passing arguments to Data Flows executed from Workbooks Part 4 : This one Probably the most important tool …

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