I am going to TechEd 2006 in Sydney. See you there.
WBC_launchImageGallery(strPostingQueryString, strPhName, strPhType, bAllowUpload)
There are lots methods in the MCMS framework files that do all sorts of cool things (and even some mysterious things), so check them out.
I recently had a requirement to remove the warning message that is displayed when a user tries to leave a MCMS posting while editing it.
This did the trick.
I have been developing an MCMS site for a customer that consists of an Authoring and Presentation server in Production. The servers have Map Host Headers enabled. The server are mapped as MCMSAUTHOR for the authoring server and the presentation server as mcms.customer.com.au.
In order to allow content to be migrated between the two environments using the SDAPI without getting a new top level channel in presentation called “MCMSAUTHOR”, install this tool (Helicon ISAPI Reweite Lite) http://www.isapirewrite.com/. This tool enables you to rename the top level channel in the authoring environment to be mcms.customer.com.au. Thus migration occurs correctly.
The rules for this transformation would be:
RewriteCond Host: mcmsauthor
RewriteHeader Host: .* mcms\.customer\.com\.au
A simple way to determine the service pack level installed in your MCMS 2002, is to open Site Manager and go into Help About from the menu. Check the reported Server Version against the following list:
5.0.1581.0 = RTM
5.0.2284.0 = SP1
5.0.4484.0 = SP1a
5.0.5054.0 = SP2
Previously I posted about AVG email scanning stripping out the content of emails when using Office Outlook 2007. Upon further investigations I have found that you don’t need to disable the email scanner entirely. Just go into the configuration section of the plugin and take off the Certify mail of both incoming and outgoing mail. That is what is causing the problem.