Re: AWS Experts - Need a little help

2019-01-15 Thread Julio Carneiro via 4D_Tech
Exactly. You need to assign your EC2 VM to a security group that enables the ports 4D requires. > On Jan 14, 2019, at 8:56 PM, Spencer Hinsdale via 4D_Tech > <4d_tech@lists.4d.com> wrote: > > > did you edit Security Groups to add 4D ports 19812 to 19814? > >> On Jan 14, 2019, at 2:15 PM,

Re: 4D and Subversion

2019-01-15 Thread Sandor Szatmari via 4D_Tech
Thank you Lutz, this page did not come up in my original search. Cheers, Sandor > On Jan 14, 2019, at 07:21, Epperlein, Lutz (agendo) via 4D_Tech > <4d_tech@lists.4d.com> wrote: > > For V15 you can try this: > > * with import or > * without import

Re: Tracking Field Data Changes

2019-01-15 Thread Pat Bensky via 4D_Tech
Ronnie, We have an Audit Trail Manager that does exactly that. Example database attached. Pat On Tue, 15 Jan 2019 at 09:29, Ronnie Teo via 4D_Tech <4d_tech@lists.4d.com> wrote: > Hi, > > I have a client running a 4D application for about 50+ users. > A recent audit has thrown up a request to be

RE: AWS Experts - Need a little help

2019-01-15 Thread Randy Engle via 4D_Tech
Julio, Many thanks! Yes, it took me a while, but I finally figured that out. Randy Engle -Original Message- From: 4D_Tech <4d_tech-boun...@lists.4d.com> On Behalf Of Julio Carneiro via 4D_Tech Sent: Tuesday, January 15, 2019 2:48 AM To: 4D iNug Technical <4d_tech@lists.4d.com> Cc:

Re: Tracking Field Data Changes

2019-01-15 Thread Luc Devar via 4D_Tech
I will send you directly a little 4D library that does via a trigger. Setup is done via a preference table where you but the table number and field number. Very generic so you should be able to adapt it quickly. Luc Devar > On Jan 15, 2019, at 4:29 AM, Ronnie Teo via 4D_Tech

Re: Tracking Field Data Changes

2019-01-15 Thread Patrick Emanuel via 4D_Tech
Hi Luc, I'm interested if it doesn't matter to you to provide it to me also. My email is pat.emanuel67 (at) gmail.com Thanks Patrick - Patrick EMANUEL Administrator www.association-qualisoft.eu (Soft1002, Simply Asso &

Re: Tracking Field Data Changes

2019-01-15 Thread Alberto Bachler via 4D_Tech
Me too, please... > El 15-01-2019, a las 12:48, Patrick Emanuel via 4D_Tech > <4d_tech@lists.4d.com> escribió: > > Hi Luc, > > I'm interested if it doesn't matter to you to provide it to me also. > My email is pat.emanuel67 (at) gmail.com > > Thanks > > Patrick > > > > - > Patrick

RE: Socket Communication

2019-01-15 Thread Stephen J. Orth via 4D_Tech
Tim, Great...let me check this out. Very much appreciated. I swear I saw something at a Summit, or read something about 4D supporting web sockets? Steve * Stephen J. Orth The Aquila Group, Inc.

Re: Socket Communication

2019-01-15 Thread John DeSoi via 4D_Tech
Do you really need the ability for the server to send data asynchronously to the client (browser)? If not, then HTTP should work and is already supported in the browser and on 4D Server. John DeSoi, Ph.D. > On Jan 15, 2019, at 1:30 PM, Stephen J. Orth via 4D_Tech > <4d_tech@lists.4d.com>

RE: Socket Communication

2019-01-15 Thread Timothy Penner via 4D_Tech
Hi Steve, There is a feature request for Web Sockets on the forums: https://forums.4d.com/Post/EN/19129127/1/19129128#19129128 Within this thread, there is also a sample database with a working example of using ?Web Sockets in 4D. -Tim

RE: Socket Communication

2019-01-15 Thread Stephen J. Orth via 4D_Tech
John, Not sure I understand what you are saying, would you be able to provide me with a high level overview of what you are thinking? Our Server will be performing analytics' and at some point it will trap on a condition that needs to be communicated to the shop floor. For example, a machine

Re: Socket Communication

2019-01-15 Thread John DeSoi via 4D_Tech
Steve, > On Jan 15, 2019, at 3:08 PM, Stephen J. Orth > wrote: > > Not sure I understand what you are saying, would you be able to provide me > with a high level overview of what you are thinking? HTTP is a request/response protocol where the server only responds to requests from the

RE: Socket Communication

2019-01-15 Thread Welsh Harris via 4D_Tech
This is worth a look: https://pusher.com - setup a pusher channel in your pusher account - browsers subscribe to a pusher channel - 4D makes and http request to the pusher channel - boom all the browser who have subscribed get the message Welsh

Re: Socket Communication

2019-01-15 Thread Jeffrey Kain via 4D_Tech
+1 for pusher. Very handy for integration. > On Jan 15, 2019, at 4:57 PM, Welsh Harris via 4D_Tech <4d_tech@lists.4d.com> > wrote: > > This is worth a look: > https://pusher.com > > - setup a pusher channel in your pusher account > - browsers subscribe to a pusher

Re: Socket Communication

2019-01-15 Thread Kirk Brooks via 4D_Tech
That looks pretty cool. I've built a chat app on PubNub a while ago. ( www.pubnub.com) I haven't looked back at PubNub recently - Pusher looks like they may have built out a few more tools. In both cases they have very generous free programs. On Tue, Jan 15, 2019 at 1:57 PM Welsh Harris via

Re: Socket Communication

2019-01-15 Thread John DeSoi via 4D_Tech
Polling does not have to be an immediate request/response. See long polling: https://www.pubnub.com/blog/2014-12-01-http-long-polling/ With websockets your are going to have a connection open all the time anyway, so long polling is no more resource intensive. I would not use it for the public

RE: Socket Communication

2019-01-15 Thread Stephen J. Orth via 4D_Tech
John, Thanks... This is just "polling" logic and won't work for us, which is why I am asking about web sockets. In our world, when a machine goes down we have to immediately contact the browser managing the machine. In polling logic, it would mean we only check every X interval. Before

RE: Socket Communication

2019-01-15 Thread Stephen J. Orth via 4D_Tech
Welsh, Hum, interesting idea. We will definitely check this out... Thank you so much! Best, Steve * Stephen J. Orth The Aquila Group, Inc. Office: (608) 834-9213 P.O. Box 690

Apple Push Notification Servers (APNS)

2019-01-15 Thread Tom-Lists via 4D_Tech
Hello, Anyone having any luck sending notifications to Apple's Push Notification Servers? I'm getting mixed results when I try to POST the HTTP REQUEST: in v16.4: Error code: 49 SSL internal error : error:14094418:SSL routines:ssl3_read_bytes:tlsv1 alert unknown ca component: 'srvr' in v17.0:

Re: Apple Push Notification Servers (APNS)

2019-01-15 Thread John DeSoi via 4D_Tech
I have seen this error which I thought was related to a keep-alive error (* as the last parameter) in the HTTP client implementation, but it appears you are not using that option. My work-around was to just retry the request which seemed to work. Might be worth a try. John DeSoi, Ph.D. >

Re: AWS Experts - Need a little help

2019-01-15 Thread Paul Dennis via 4D_Tech
Have you setup the firewall inbound rule to allow the application access via the program and services tab and also the ports range eg 19812-19814 on the protocols tab. Paul -- Sent from: http://4d.1045681.n5.nabble.com/4D-Tech-f1376241.html

Tracking Field Data Changes

2019-01-15 Thread Ronnie Teo via 4D_Tech
Hi, I have a client running a 4D application for about 50+ users. A recent audit has thrown up a request to be able to track change made to each field in the database. The audit would encompass the date and time of change, the field changed and the before and after values. Does anyone know if