Tore Senneseth

Head of R&D at Profitbase

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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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Upgrading InVision 1.0 to 2.0 and beyond

With InVision 2.0, we’ve also created a tool for upgrading the system model (model schema and solution metadata) from one version to the next.  The Model Version Tool (MVT for short), enables you to incrementally upgrade the system model from its current version to any version supported by the tool (no, you can’t downgrade after an upgrade).

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InVision 2.0 Beta 3

With Beta 3, the primary focus has been on adding support for charting using Highcharts. There are still some work left to be done before this feature is 100% complete, but it’s pretty stable and you should be able to create great looking charts.

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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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