to call a rest service from a third party, I have to process some SHA-512 hashing. In Community Commons, there's a hashing generation called generateHMAC_SHA256_hash. SHA-512 seems not be available in Mendix. I would like to have some suggestions how to do the SHA-512 hashing ...
Hi, Currently we are testing a new import procedure with a large amount of data (200.000 rows) and a couple of webservices calls per row. We use the Java action executeMicroflowAsUser_2 from the CommunityCommons to import the data in batches. This is done in the ProcessQueue in 1 QueueAction. It
Not really a question I'm just posting here for posterity. I'm also not really sure where you go to report bugs. In my microflow I called microflow which I called "CurrentUser". This call returns a string variable. Using that name "CurrentUser" however causes the platform to retrieve something else instead
I used the model api to generate code for creating a microflow. The code included: var microflowCallParameterMapping1 = microflows.MicroflowCallParameterMapping.create(model); microflowCallParameterMapping1.argument = "'CodeGenerator.NavigateToWelcome'"; var microflowCall2 = microflows.MicroflowCall.create(model); microflowCall2.microflow = model.findMicroflowByQualifiedName("Component_PageView.ChangeCurrentPage"); microflowCall2.parameterMappings.push(microflowCallParameterMapping1); The code run's, but after updating in de Modeler I get the error: System.NullReferenceException: Object
So here are my issues: - The login widget from the app store: Doesn't parse spaces out of the front or the back of the login name (and i'm having a TON of people with android having an issue where they can't login and almost all of them somehow got a
All the data I've been adding via the modeler appears partially or as blank through the cloud version. When I login through mendix.com and navigate to View App, other than the layout, everything is different. Is there a way to avoid having to input everything manually? I'm using the
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This Mendix widget allows your users to open up a scanner on their mobile phone and scan a credit or debit card. The widget will read the card numbers and name then assign these to Mendix attributes. This widget utilizes the card.io technology and only works when wrapped as a