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Need an Example of a SELF SERVE Application

Need an Example of a SELF SERVE Application

Need an Example of a SELF SERVE Application

We are trying to create a SELF SERVE Application OUTSIDE of the MRE and we can't find any examples.

Does anyone know of any that have a login page and runs outside of the MRE?



RE: Need an Example of a SELF SERVE Application

piece of cake.
Your launch page has to be accessible to your basic site.
If you have a windows server, then the default location of your basic site is
{drive letter}:\inetpub\wwwroot\
and the default launch page is usually default.asp or index.htm.  
Your launch page then has a FORM for the various parameters
and the FORM ACTION is the call to the webfocus cgi, with the name of the fex
Like this:
-* i use isapi, not servlet,which is why the call is wepapi.dll
<FORM name='form' action="http://grwf01/cgi-bin/ibi_cgi/webapi.dll" TARGET='_new'  method='get' >
<table    >
-* these parms are hidden because they are defaults, not chosen by the site vistor; you can have these, or not.
 <input type="hidden" name="PARMNAME1" value="somevalue">
<INPUT TYPE="hidden" name="PARMNAME2"  value = "someothervalue">
<input type="hidden" name="IBIC_pass" value="edauser">
 <input type="hidden" name="IBIC_user" value="edaadmin">
-* this domain is where your fexes are..must be on the path
 <input type="hidden" name="IBIMR_domain" value="untitled/untitled.htm">
-* this is the name of the fex
 <input type="hidden" name="IBIF_ex" value="kwalloc3">

-* now you put in the select boxes and the radio buttons  or text boxes, or whatever your user needs to pick
<INPUT TYPE=reset  NAME='RESETbutton' VALUE='reset'>
<INPUT TYPE='submit'  NAME='submitbutton' VALUE=' GO '>

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