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Users online

Hello.. Can anyone think of a way to check and see if a user is logged in and online via XMP? We have an internal website which is using the old DNN Users Online module and up to Evoq 8.5.0, works, But with version 9, it will cease to work properly. Any …

Author: Jeff M.
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secure feed

How do I secure a feed so that someone could not just hit the url: '/' and see the data?

Author: RichardE
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Feed as a detailed view passing id

I have a link from a list template to a feed and the parameter is passing but no joy in returning one record. It does however bring up all records.  Should I be using  ListDataSource CommandText="SELECT [ID], [lastname]... Parameter …

Author: Scott L
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Execute SQL from a Button

Hi All, I'd like to be able to execute some SQL from a button click. In this case to re-order DB records based on the current data row and data set. Is there a way to do this from an xModPro DataView Control? Thanks

Author: Jax UK
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Strange Issue with Stored Procedure and DeleteCommand

I have a strange issue in my XMP Template where in my DeleteCommand, while utilizing a Stored Procedure, I get an error telling me that the SP is expecting a parameter that I am providing. Yet when I change the Command Text to a straight forward DELETE …

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