A few months ago I wrote an article about the Custom Elements that are available in WSM 11.1 and just a few weeks later there has been a webinar about this topic. Now the first partners start to create their own elements in order to meet the requirements of their clients even better. So, for … More Custom Elements – Recorded Webinar
A few weeks ago I spent some time in Oldenburg with the colleagues from R&D and learned a lot of new stuff about some (mobility) features in upcoming versions, new ideas and the things the guys in the northern part of Germany work on. One thing that is really amazing are the custom elements
If one or more statements applies to your situation, then it might make sense to read the rest of this article 😉 You are responsible for an Open Text Management Server (fka RedDot CMS). As you also have other things to do, you have limited time to deal with the Management Server. You attended the … More Limited time? Limited experience? More efficiency!
Today I’d just like to write a few lines about the changes regarding the RQL programming in version 11 of the Management Server (scheduled for the end of the year.) The change I’ll describe might sound like a totally different approach (and that is possible when looking behind the scenes) but the impact for you … More RQL development with Open Text Management Server 11
As you might have noticed, I didn’t use dialogues that look like the original Management Server dialogues but more plain and simple popups/windows. The reason for that was that I wanted us to focus us on programming RQL…..not HTML 😉 But of course noone likes ugly dialogues. So therefore I’ve just created a sample dialogue … More RQL – Sample dialogue
You’ve read RQL in a nutshell part I & II and wonder if you can use RQL with other programming languages such as PHP, C# or even client side scripting languages based on AJAX? Well, this article demonstrates that you can just use the programming language you’re most familiar with to create RQL applications. With … More RQL in a nutshell – Part III
Even after studying this fascinating article (RQL in a nutshell) of a brilliant developer and talented writer 😉 you’ll soon have questions which are not answered in the formerly mentioned article. Therefore I write down some hints that might help you when creating RQL-based applications. Event controlled RQL Normally an RQL plugin is called via … More RQL in a nutshell – Part II
RQL is the abbreviation of “RedDot Query Language”. RQL is the programming interface for the Open Text Management Server. Almost all actions that can be executed via the normal frontend (SmartTree, SmartEdit, Server Manager) can also be executed via the interface RQL. This result into the ability to write small (or even bigger) applications that … More RQL in a nutshell