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Article Series on Design Studio, Part 5: Adding JavaScript to Your Portal Forms

In this article, we dig deeper into Lawson Design Studio, and explore the use of JavaScript to enhance your Lawson forms.

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StephanieDreplied to: RE: Lawson v.10 and Q-Sight Cath Lab System

I was also trying to test RQ500 with a record length of 2,330 per the documentation, but it wasn't working. I found out from Infor that although we a...

27 minutes ago

Greg Moellerreplied to: RE: Lawson v.10 and Q-Sight Cath Lab System

What specific version of 10 are you running Jon? I have a doc for 10.0.6 that shows RQ500 layout as length 2000 with a default filename of FFRQ500WK....

32 minutes ago

Greg Moellerreplied to: RE: Lawson v.10 and Q-Sight Cath Lab System

Are you looking at file FFRQ500WK ? Workdef shows 2000 for that file. I show the workdef for RQ500CSV as 2760... possibly because of a CTP. I'll ...

38 minutes ago

JonAreplied to: RE: Lawson v.10 and Q-Sight Cath Lab System

The file layout specs for RQ500 show file size of 2330. That's also what workdef shows.

45 minutes ago

Greg Moellerreplied to: RE: Lawson v.10 and Q-Sight Cath Lab System

JonA: We aren't running Q-Sight, but I can provide an example of RQ500 file formatted for v10. Also, to answer your second question: We are using ...

1 hour ago

Kat Vreplied to: RE: V10 Database Diagram

I don't know about User Category - but if it helps - when I run a sql to see who approved a requisition the table joins are: from lawsonipa.PfiMetric...

1 hour ago

Kat Vreplied to: RE: IC211 with pricing?

No such canned report exists to my knowledge. It's all Crystal Reports or other SQL.

1 hour ago

jamesracesonreplied to: RE: Hide Inbasket Menu Links

Kyle, We are currently in the process of migrating to Landmark's new Inbasket as well and am looking to do the exact thing you set out to do. We n...

2 hours ago

JonAcreated the topic: Lawson v.10 and Q-Sight Cath Lab System

Is anyone out there running Lawson v.10 and also Q-Sight for their Cath Lab/Interventional Radiology information system?  Or maybe you're not usi...

3 hours ago

Russell Spreemanreplied to: RE: accessible archived HR payroll data??

Thanks Promiseevans - I expect that we're going to have to spend money to have this done as it gets way out of my background, but it's encouraging to ...

4 hours ago

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Although I didn’t attend Inforum 2014, this is the backdrop against which I watched the keynotes via streaming video and digested the executive/analyst briefings. “’Designing emotion into the product is now something you really have to think about explicitly and measure yourself against’, says Brad Smith, CEO of Intuit, the maker of personal finance and […]

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Another Update on Alleged Patent Infringement

Back in 2011, Lawson responded to an Alleged Patent Infringement by replacing Requisition Self-Service (RSS) with Requisition Center (RQC). In the meantime, Lawson has been acquired by Infor, but the patent case still lingers. Here’s an update. Some of you might have received this notice from Infor, and are unsure how this might impact your […]

The Untimely Passing of a Legend

We learned today that our dear friend, Matthew Allbee, passed away over the weekend after a long battle with cancer. The last time I saw Matt was just a couple of months ago at Inforum, and while he certainly wasn’t well, I had no idea it would be the last time we would talk. I […]

Time To Rename LawsonGuru ?

With Lawson S3 and M3 customers adopting integrated Infor products, is it time to expand and rename the LawsonGuru Letter and LawsonGuru.com? I thought it would be fun to ask the community for advice. Here are some ideas:Filed under: Infor, Infor Acquisition

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