Ok, the title may be a bit of a stretch. But who, at times, hasn’t been frustrated working in the newer Windows Operating Systems, (Windows 7 and 8) due to how some of the file permissions are restricted, such as gaining access to “Program Files”. It’s pretty common to see users and administrators dialing back User Account Control (UAC) permissions, unlocking and assigning a local administrative account, copying and pasting folders back and forth from the desktop to the windows and other system folders, and a myriad of other actions to help deal with some of these restrictions. Sometimes the frustration is compounded when you’re already designated as a Local Admin with full access rights but keep getting access permission pop-ups. Or when changes never get applied with the added annoyance of no real Administrative Control Center to work out of, hence, forcing you to go back and forth making changes. Continue reading
This is it. The final installment. The end. Our tunnel of light leading us to the promise land of perfect integrations with Serendipitous Cerebration as our Virgil guiding us through the Malebolge of Content Management.
Once we got what we felt was all of the needed information from the client as to their expectations and requirements. We formulated a solid battle plan, sharpened our keyboards, and forged ahead with a spirit steeled on the principle of “Rat’s Head, Ox’s Neck”.
Serendipitous Cerebration as a problem solving technique can only be applied in the rare cases when normal logical troubleshooting has failed. As much as we hate to admit it, when all logical problem solving avenues have been exhausted and our troubleshooting prowess to a flummoxed state of tentation, this is when we begin to enter the realm where serendipitous cerebration hides in dark, dank crevasses. In reviewing this project, our hopes are that you can see how the process of Serendipitous Cerebration can develop.
I recently worked on a team tasked with a software integration project that connects invoices from between some Accounting software to ILINX® Content Store. The integration software was used for pulling invoice values from both our AP and AR invoices for modifying the image indices for the stored content in ILINX Content Store.