function Get_Localized_String(SID,ISO639_Lang_ID,English_Gist) { return English_Gist; } Quikey Software Solutions OnLine Store
 
 
Phone: 234.542.4400
Fax: 330.376.0293
E-Mail: info@quikey-c.com
 
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News - 2006 20092008200720062005 to 2000
10/31/06 –Quick access to view "live catalog" has been added.

The ECP has been enhanced with a link in the header to launch a browser to the Live version of the catalog, if the URL is populated.

10/31/06 –The ECP has been enhanced to the READ-ONLY field.
 

The ECP has been enhanced to that READ-ONLY fields include a small note in red explaining that fact, and stating that, it is being displayed for informational purposes.

10/31/06 –The File Editor within the ECP has been enhanced.
 

The File Editor within the ECP has been enhanced so that the file being edited is saved using the filename in the “FileName” box, which can be modified. This permits “Save As” functionality.

10/31/06 –“Delete” & “Download” functionality Enhanced.
 

On-screen & emailed text for the “Delete” & “Download” functionality on the File List page of the ECP now contain detailed info including the name of the file(s) sent.

10/31/06 –The User “Welcome” message has been added to the ECP.
 

The ECP has been enhanced with a “Welcome” message for users.

10/31/06 –Trailing CRLF sequences added.
 

Trailing CRLF sequences added to documents being edited in the ECP’s File Editor are now stripped.

10/31/06 –The default PgTpl.Asp has been modified.
  The default PgTpl.Asp has been modified so there are 2 blank lines around the “<!-- #HTML -->" portion of the completed page, and the tag itself is no longer indented.

10/31/06 –A Confirmation messages in the ECP has been added.
  Confirmation messages in the ECP when saving changes to the Catalog configuration now explicitly list the changes made (and ONLY the changes made) during the “Save” operation. The data logged to the Event Log no longer contains EVERY parameter posted, but only those that have changed…and list both the old and new values.

10/31/06 – A “Publishing is Recommended” message has been added to the ECP.
  A “Publishing is Recommended” message has been added to the ECP when the user performs an operation which will require catalog publishing to take effect. The following events trigger this message, which is cleared by Publishing or session termination:
a. A manual change to any catalog parameter.
b. Updating Data.
c. Uploading Files.
d. Editing HTML in the File Editor.

10/23/06 – New ECP enhancements for catalog administrators and developers!
  The ECP has been enhanced to track who is logged-into each catalog, and will now warn users when others are logged-into the same catalog.
This is designed to cut down on conflicts, lost changes, and other potential problems that may occur when multiple administrators work simultaneously on the same catalog.
Additionally, the ECP’s Admin_Login.Asp page will now remember which catalog a user last logged-into, and offer a button to log directly into that catalog, bypassing the E-Commerce Resources and Catalog Selection pages.

10/21/06 –ECP File List "Warning" sign has been added.
  ECP File List has been enhanced to warn the user if he attempts to edit an image file using the File Editor.

10/21/06 – More enhancements for the ECP File List and File Editor!
  ECP File Editor has been enhanced to warn the user if he is saving changes made to a document which still contains the #PUBLISHER GENERATED TEMPLATE tag.
This is designed to prevent the user from losing changes he has made upon the next publishing of the catalog. The ECP File List will also warn the user if he attempts to edit an image file using the File Editor.


10/20/06 –Enhancements made to the ECP File List & File Editor.
  Various enhancements made to the ECP File List & File Editor Functions, including the following: a. The “Delete” function has been activated. b. A “Download” function has been added. c. Additional descriptive text added to the top of the page. d. Wildcard option has been activated. e. HTML conversion to a safe, editable form (that won’t be interpreted by the browser) is now automatically made. (ie. The tag in Cartcheckout.Asp no longer causes a problem, and no browser conversions such as “ ” to “ “ will be made.)


10/19/06 – "Remember Me" added to ECP!
  “Remember me” functionality has been added to the ECP Login page to speed logins for ECP developers. If the “Remember me” box is checked, a cookie is placed on the user’s workstation, and subsequent logins pre-populate the “User Name” and “Password” boxes automatically. Clearing the “Remember me” checkbox clears the cookie as well.
It is recommended that the user give due consideration to security before deciding to use this feature.


10/19/06 – New Security Features Added!
A new function has been added to the ECP File Editor to “View Live Page”. Clicking this link opens a browser to the page being edited. This modification is intended to streamline development by offering single-click viewing of changes recently made in the File Editor.
Additionally, the ECP File List page has been modified. The “Multi-File Functions” radio buttons have been removed and replaced with links in the File List itself. Clicking on the File Name pulls the file into the File Editor. The “View” link opens a browser with the “Live” version of the page in it


10/19/06 – Developers! EDGE_WEB enhancement for standard JavaScript functions!
 > TCatalog.GetJavaScriptFNCode(FNName,IsASPMode,FNParams) has been added to EDGE_WEB.DLL for developers wishing to reproduce standard JavaScript functions used throughout the system on custom pages of their own design. To receive a JavaScript function declaration, call the Catalog’s method as follows:

<%=Cat.GetJavaScriptFNCode(FNName,IsASPMode,FNParams)%>
  • FNName: The non-case-sensitive name of the function that you wish to replicate. (List of supported functions below.)
  • IsASPMode: Boolean flag as to whether the function will be used in ASP (server-side) context or as client-side JavaScript built-into the HTML sent to a user’s browser.
  • FNParams: A pipe-delimited list of parameter values for those functions which have parameters.

Supported Functions:

  • SetINPUTErrorMode
  • SetCtlValue
  • ResortReport
  • LaunchChat
  • GetDropDownValue
  • Pad
  • Trim
  • DaysInMonth
  • GetVal
  • GetTrackingNoType
  • GetTrackingHRef
  • SFX_SlideShow
  • LocalValidation
  • LocalCartValidation
  • ValidateQty
  • SelectItem
  • ValidateCartQty
  • ValidateAllItemQtys(FormPfx,FormName:String)
  • DeleteCartItem
  • CancelCart
  • AddSingleCartItem
  • GetBrowser
  • IsSelected
  • IsChecked
  • IsValidEMailAddress
  • GotoCheckoutURL
  • GotoB2BCheckoutURL
  • GetCheckoutURL
  • PlaceReOrder
  • CheckCC(FormName:String)
  • LUHN_Check(FormName:String)
  • sviField
  • svoField(FormName:String)
  • FldValIsRequired(FormName,ReqFlds,ReqCostCtrFlds:String)
  • CheckDate(FormName:String)
  • GetCPCQty(FormName:String)
  • functions below.)
IsASPMode: Boolean flag as to whether the function will be used in ASP (server-side) context or as client-side JavaScript built-into the HTML sent to a user’s browser.

6/27/06 – New Security Features Added!
  As a security measure to track and prosecute fraud, CohesIS E-Commerce Catalogs now track and log IP addresses. When a new User enters a catalog we now log the IP Address, Session ID, and the Referring and Requested URLs.
If the user places an Order, then the Order #, User Name, IP Address and Session ID are logged when the order is processed.


6/27/06 – B2B Cart Option added to the ECP.
  A new cart option "Use B2B Cart Layout" has been added to the E-Commerce Publisher, (ECP). It can be found in the ECP under the Cart Options Section.
This option modifies both the Billing & Shipping addresses in the CartCheckout page to eliminate potential confusion in a B2B environment.
If the "Use B2B Cart Layout" check box is not checked, (the default setting), then the CartCheckOut fields remain in the standard format that mirrors the layout in EZZ:

Name:
Address Line 1:
Address Line 2:
City:
State:
Attention:

If the check box is checked, then the Attention line comes first, and is labeled "Name", while the Name line comes next, labeled "Company":

Name:
Company:
Address Line 1:
Address Line 2:
City:
State:

6/22/06 – ECP Enhancement
  Recent enhancements have been added to the E-Commerce Publisher:

  • A "Virtual Directory" column has been added to the ECP Catalog List presented during ECP Login.
  • The "File List" section has been broken out from the "File Upload" page. The new "File List" page includes:
  • An "Edit File" mode which allows for direct editing of HTML from within the ECP.
  • A "Quik-Publish" option which will publish only the edited page, significantly reducing catalog down-time due to publishing.

6/21/06 – Basic Color Palette Added to ECP
  A color palette showing basic color samples and the HTML values has been added to the Fonts/Colors section of the E-Commerce Publisher to aid in selecting colors.



6/02/06 – Image Rotator Audit added to Publishing Process
  An audit has been added to the E-Commerce Publisher Publishing Process that checks to ensure that any filename specified for use in the standard Image Rotator (displayed on the site entrance page) is present in the Elements directory. If the file is not present a message is displayed at the end of the Publishing Process.



6/02/06 – Image Rotator Audit added to Publishing Process
  The CohesIS E-Commerce Module has been modified to support Personalization information in conjunction with Color-by-Size Grids. Previously, Personalization information was only supported in individual items and Standard Size Grids.


5/03/06 – Forced Login at Checkout now supported!
  Two features have been modified to support "anyone can browse, but you must login to order" shopping. First, the General Access flag (in EZZ) is now checked when the shopper attempts to go to the CartCheckOut. If the shopper is not logged in, he is redirected to the Login Page. Also, an option has been allow a shopper to retain their cart contents during login.


4/07/06 – 3 versions of the Verisign logo now available!
  There are now 3 versions of the Verisign logo available to developers:

  1. Displays the style of logo that has been used to date, along with the "SSL Encryption" label underneath.
  2. Displays the new style Verisign logo in GIF format with on-click verification.
  3. Displays the new style Verisign logo as a FLASH animation with on-click verification. This form looks best, but requires FLASH support on the shopper's browser.

4/06/06 – CSS implementation modified.
  The CSS style sheet that was formerly built into the Quikey Software Solutions OnLine Store section of each page in the catalog has been broken out into a separate file.
This change has the benefit of reducing the file size of each webpage in the catalog, while making it possible for even customized pages to conform to changes to the CSS-based "look-and-feel" without manual intervention.


4/06/06 – Publishing process modified.
  The Publishing process has been redesigned to minimize impact on live shopping. The new system builds the catalog in a "staging" area and then copies the content to the live catalog at the very end of publishing.
This will nearly eliminate the possibility of prematurely starting a catalog - the culprit of $0 pricing and other unwanted side effects!

3/26/06 – ECP enhancement provides increased Corporate Intranet integration support & Traffic Origination filters!
  The following ECP parameters have been added to support enhanced security, particularly in conjunction with Corporate Intranet integration:
  • Allowed Referrers -
    Allows you to specify a list of domains which are permitted to access the site. Only Users coming from the specified domains will be permitted to access the site, all others will be redirected to an error message.
  • Allowed Client IPs -
    Allows you to specify a list of Public IPs, or IP blocks, which are permitted to access the site. Users with IPs which do not match will be redirected to an error message.
  • DisAllowed Client IPs -
    Allows you to specify a list of Public IPs, or IP blocks, which are NOT permitted to access the site. Users with IPs which match will be redirected to an Error message.
  • Access Denial Message -
    Allows you specify the error message to be displayed to Users who fail the specified Traffic Origination Filters. If not specified, then a generic "Contact your System Administrator" message is displayed.
  • Auto-Redirect URL -
    Allows you to specify a URL to automatically send Users who fail the specified Traffic Origination Filters to. These Users will never see the site (or any specified Access Denial message), but will go directly to the specified URL.

   

As a courtesy service to our clients, we offer FREE re-training on CohesIS2000 at our office in Akron, OH.  These classes are meant to train your new employees, as well as brush up experienced users and show them the latest features of CohesIS.

 The classes are held Monday-Thursday on the second week of each month. Registration is required as space is limited. 

*Please contact scottm@quikey-c.com. for a curriculum and seat availability.*