@Aaron_Moreng nothing to announce yet but REST assured we are looking at options (Pun intended - @Mark_Wonsil is a horrible influence). This is something we need internally (CSF, CSG, Industry verticals) so I hear the audience feedback well…
EFX question on 600.3. It does not seem possible to call a function from another within the same library. Is that accurate or am I missing something? @SAD wasn’t sure if you had any input on that topic.
Sorry, I literally have no time to read forum (and Yammer too).
However, regarding this specific question I can provide exact answer… No, EFx does not support calling functions from the same library with a caller. It still is in roadmap, but not for near future.
This feature requires quite a lot of additional code, especially in UI.
I don’t know that they show up any quicker than custom code either way it won’t compile. Widgets are ok for something simple but once it starts looking like the flying spaghetti monster I’m out and it all goes to custom code.
Oh, I’m not against code, anytime I want to use Json or call another REST service, it’s the only way to go. Sure, the code will just not compile either way but at least it’s “possible” for Epicor to see which Business Objects are being used in Widgets and know where they’re called instead of grep’ing code and finding all instances of Ice.Contracts.UserFileSvc or CallService< UserFIleSvcContract > or…
To try and troubleshoot, I thought I’d try accessing through browser with a simple function (Library ‘Test’, Function ‘GetANumber’) that takes no input parameters and returns a number, but when I try and run it, I get a list of the libraries and it doesn’t seem to run the function:
Thanks Olga. I ended up installing the certificate on the client machine and it’s all working now.
Is this the expected solution? How do others manage the distribution of the certificates? Is it just one of those things that you add to your client install script for all machines?