While the formatted properties of the OWS control allow a user to display most content, in any way possible - there are a several restraints we like to apply for extending some of the usability of the interactive content. The majority
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Examples of using Map dnn module in conjunction with Open Web Studio
Goto is an Action which provides the ability to call another configuration or some region within the current or a different configuration. If you use this action you can choose the target configuration and / or region from dropdown lists.
This can be easily provided through the use of the SkinObject control within the skin ascx pages. You can use ResourceKey and ResourceFile (as provided documentation regarding PA'd modules), or simply
This is a Wiki So if you have never used a wiki before - here is the standard syntax we are supporting:
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Importing data from Excel (.XLS file)
Importing DNN users from a custom table using Open Web Studio
The runtime of OpenWebStudio is made up of two basic structured. The Visual Layout (Template) and the executed runtime steps (Actions). Each step provided within the Action block is meant to provided functionality or ultimately assign to the Template which will be rendered once all Actions have completed.
The purpose of this example is to demonstrate how to conduct paging across grouped headers within OpenWebStudio by taking advantage of Custom Paging within SQL Server. The original example queries for Custom Paging (seen here) take a basic idea of paging across a standard table where we always seen a specific number of records on the page. For example - Looking at every record in the LISTS table with 10 records on every page. However, that takes awhile, and it makes it so that sections of your d
The goal of this video, &amp;amp;quot;How to get Started&amp;amp;quot; is to briefly explain the basic use of OWS. This is meant to be a starting point for your experience with Open Web Studio. The video will teach you how to create and open existing configurations.
The goal of this video, "How to query data and display it on your page" is to briefly explain the use of Open Web Studio's template system.
The concepts of the Query and Template are presented. By gaining an understanding of
The goal of this video, "How to group your output results", is to extend your knowledge of the Open Web Studio template structure.
In the video I create an all-encompassing implementation of a grid table structure, made up of the already-demonstrated que
The goal of this video, "How to debug" is to get you familiar with Open Web Studio debugging. Since it can get data from so many sources and perform so many tasks, OWS includes a very robust debugging and logging system.
Open non-aspx links in a new window.
2 ways: For Navigation Menu Links and for Everything Links Everywhere
The original version of Open Web Studio 2.0 was released with the standard ListX Script syntax as the default. While the language is flexible and easily used in many applications - the la
As the network centric and internet based technologies have grown and become globally adopted, organizations seeking to integrated their systems across departments and organizational boundaries have m
Setting up DotNetNuke and the OWS Module
Install Dotnetnuke 4.8 or higher (the product is compatible with all versions of 4, however we prefer the footprint of 4.8 or
At the heart of Social Development stands a solitary entity that is capable of both supporting thecommunity by contributing thoughts & guidance as well as requesting help and inciting communicatio
This article shows how to create nested OWS configurations - by calling one configuration from another one, including the ability to also pass some parameters along.
Open Web Studio handles and simplifies consuming data in various formats.
To process external JSON request data make a JSON request in a Query action:
The Quick Builder within Open Web Studio provides all you need to create the complete interaction around your table structures. Watch the video to see the Quick Builder in action. This w
What is R2i Open Web Studio
Describing R2i Open Web Studio (OWS), at times can be extraordinarily difficult, simply because it can have so many answers to so many different people. In short, R2i Open