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How can Data Springs assist you?

Do you have a tight project deadline you’re undergoing with DotNetNuke?

Did you purchase our products but don’t know where to begin?

Are you implementing your projects using the best development practices?

 

Data Springs can assist in multiple ways:

  • Assistance with Project Planning – Plan your solution beforehand to ensure the best implementation practices. By doing so you can avoid: data corruption, SQL Injection, malformed DB table structures, etc..
  • Assistance by Training – If you’re new to our products, chances are that you haven’t fully explored the software’s capabilities. We can provide  a one on one or classroom styled training(s).
  • Assistance by Development – We have professionals with the experience to fully implement your solutions.

 

Data Springs is now offering a service called “Premium Integration Services”, which is offered in three separate packages:

  • Hourly – package is ideal for:
    • Short term Project Planning
    • Short term training
    • Short term development
  • Monthly  - package is ideal for:
    • Long term Project Planning
    • Long term training
    • Long term development
  • Quarterly – package is Ideal for:
    • Website maintenance
    • Module Enhancement maintenance
    • Product Trainings

 

If you have any questions regarding these services or would like to receive our assistance with your project,  please contact us via email at:  dnnsupport@datasprings.com

Friday, July 6, 2012/Author: Chad Nash/Number of views (64364)/Comments (-)/ Article rating: No rating
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Cancelling Subscriptions Using Authorize.net ARB and Dynamic Registration

One really nice feature of Dynamic Registration is it’s ability to utilize the Authorize.net ARB payment gateway. But it doesn’t only stop there! Most module will only allow you to create the subscription and the rest is up to you to handle directly through Authorize.net. DataSprings has given you the power to cancel (and soon Upgrade/downgrade) the clients subscription all from within Dynamic Registration! Below we will outline the steps you will need to take in order to accomplish this on your own website and we will cover some of the pitfalls along the way.

 

First things first, you will need to setup an instance of Dynamic Registration as illustrated in this blog posting

http://www.datasprings.com/news/blog/postid/50/dynamic-registration-authorizenet-arb-billing

After your module is setup, you can proceed with setting up a second instance of Dynamic Registration or you may add options to your existing registration form. In this blog we will be showing how to do it with two instances working together. Make sure all of your registration fields are being mapped to a core profile property. This will ensure when we need them, we’ll have them. Next step we need to take before we get started on our second form is create a profile field to record the users Subscription ID. So go into the User/Profile section of your portal and add a text field as shown below:

User Accounts

 

Now we need to go back to our first form (where users initially register and subscribe) and add a completion event. This event will be used to record the users subscription ID returned by the ARB API to a profile field. Do so as shown below:

 

Create   Manage Your Account

 

What this does is grab the subscription ID returned by Authorize.net and stores it to our profile field. you will need to change the PropertyDefinitionID to the id of the property you created in your own portal.

Once you have the ID changed out go ahead and save this and try a registration. If successful you should now see a subscription id number in your profile field. If you do congratulations! If you don’t…go back and trace your steps, you probably just missed something.

Now…FINALLY, we’re on to creating our second form. In this form we will copy many of the same fields as the first. The fields you will need to create are listed below:

  • Hidden Fields:
    1. AuthARB_BillToFirstName
      • DNN Core Field: FirstName
    2. AuthARB_BillToLastName
      • DNN Core Field: LastName
    3. PGateway
      • Default Value: AuthARB
      • DNN Core Field: PGateway
    4. AuthARB_UserLoginName
      • Default Value: [YOUR SPECIAL CODE]
    5. AuthARB_TransactionKey
      • Default Value: [YOUR SPECIAL CODE]
Tuesday, July 3, 2012/Author: Chad Nash/Number of views (71142)/Comments (-)/ Article rating: No rating
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Dynamic Forms–Hide/Show rows without a postback

Wouldn’t you prefer to hide or show fields on your Dynamic Form instances without using Question Events? Postbacks can become time consuming if you have a large form. This example is just me sharing a technique that I use within Dynamic Forms to avoid Question Event Postbacks.

This example uses JavaScript to achieve the conditional hide or show Dynamic Form field.

Here’s my form:

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Preparing the JavaScript

I want to hide the two Multi-lined text boxes until a selection is made from the Radio buttons. So I want to initially hide the two Multi-lined text boxes on page load. To do so I can use JavaScript under the Module Configuration –> Advanced Coding Options (AJAX, jQuery, JavaScript, Initial SQL DataBind) –> Custom JavaScript File –> Initial JavaScript. However what do I put there????

We will need to find the Dynamic Forms rowID’s for the Label and Question that we wish to hide. You can look into the Source code to obtain, or like myself, use the FireFox plugin(FireBug).

In this example, my RowID’s are:

  • dnn_ctr2537_DynamicForms_Row_95e63704-01d5-4b49-8fd5-169404b9dcb0
  • dnn_ctr2537_DynamicForms_Row_5b493000-04e2-4ed5-b141-1f6631af5857

 

So I need to prepare some JavaScript to place into the Initial JavaScript section that I mentioned above:

 

var err;

try{ document.getElementById('dnn_ctr2537_DynamicForms_Row_95e63704-01d5-4b49-8fd5-169404b9dcb0').style.display= 'none'; } catch(err){}

try{ document.getElementById('dnn_ctr2537_DynamicForms_Row_5b493000-04e2-4ed5-b141-1f6631af5857').style.display= 'none'; } catch(err){}

 

Now upon page load my two Multi-lined text boxes will be hidden.

 

I must prepare the JavaScript to conditionally show / hide the correct Multi-lined text box based on the Radio Button selection.

 

Preparing the Hide/Show JavaScript

The JavaScript below contains the logic to hide/show the appropriate Multi-lined text box. 

 

if(funcRadioCalc($(DForDR_FieldID)) == 'DynamicForms'){document.getElementById('dnn_ctr2537_DynamicForms_Row_95e63704-01d5-4b49-8fd5-169404b9dcb0').style.display= '';document.getElementById('dnn_ctr2537_DynamicForms_Row_5b493000-04e2-4ed5-b141-1f6631af5857').style.display= 'none';}else if(funcRadioCalc($(DForDR_FieldID)) == 'DynamicRegistration'){document.getElementById('dnn_ctr2537_DynamicForms_Row_95e63704-01d5-4b49-8fd5-169404b9dcb0').style.display= 'none';document.getElementById('dnn_ctr2537_DynamicForms_Row_5b493000-04e2-4ed5-b141-1f6631af5857').style.display= '';}else{document.getElementById('dnn_ctr2537_DynamicForms_Row_95e63704-01d5-4b49-8fd5-169404b9dcb0').style.display= 'none';document.getElementById('dnn_ctr2537_DynamicForms_Row_5b493000-04e2-4ed5-b141-1f6631af5857').style.display= 'none';}

 

Below is an image of the configuration settings for the Radio Button control:

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Now you have achieved hiding/showing specific Dynamic Form questions  conditionally without a postback occurring.

Wednesday, May 30, 2012/Author: Chad Nash/Number of views (298154)/Comments (-)/ Article rating: 3.0
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Dynamic Forms Custom Submit Button with Tabs

Have you ever wanted to use the Tabs feature within a Dynamic Forms 4.0 + instance? If so, many people want the submit button to be available only on the last tab. However the default Dynamic Forms submit button is available to all tabs.

This example will provide a solution to this:

 

This is my form, there are 3 tabs.

1.) Personal Info

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2.) Address Info

2

3.) Contact Info

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For the last tab “Contact Info”, make sure that you include a Text/HTML question with HTML to render a button.

To make this Custom Text/HTML button submit the Dynamic Form, you will need to copy the jQuery call that’s embedded inside of the “Original Submit Link” onClick event. I use the FireFox plugin (FireBug) to inspect controls, CSS, JavaScript, etc.. on a page.

 

In the case of my form, my jQuery call to submit the Dynamic Form is:

__doPostBack('dnn$ctr2536$DynamicForms$lnkSave','')

You will need to paste this code into the OnClick event of your Text/HTML custom Submit button like so:

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Now all that you’ll need to do is go to Module Configuration –>  Links (Submit, Save for Later, Clear) –> and Initially hide the submit link:

5

 

Now you have finished creating your custom HTML button.

Wednesday, May 30, 2012/Author: Chad Nash/Number of views (67036)/Comments (-)/ Article rating: No rating
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Sell Modules and Skins? Setting up DotNetNuke Store w/ Google Analytics and Ecommerce Tracking

Hi everyone! Last week I spoke as a panelist for DotNetNuke store and vendors webinar which DNN Corp put together… Within the webinar I presented some new features and enhancements that DotNetNuke recently added to the DNN Store related to Google Analytics and ECommerce Tracking. Analytics with Ecommerce allows vendors to properly setup and measure their marketing dollars to find out where sales and transactions came from, and which marketing dollars led to those efforts. You can find out more about Ecommerce tracking here: https://developers.google.com/analytics/devguides/collection/gajs/gaTrackingEcommerce

I approached the DNN Store a few months ago regarding how the store could begin to take advantage (and vendors could then take advantage) of new Google Analytics w/ Ecommerce tracking features. DotNetNuke worked to create a pilot program for us to assist with the implementation/testing so that they can offer the enhancements to all vendors. BIG THANKS to DNN Corp for adding these enhancements!

Previously, Snowcovered did allow for Google Analytics integration, however this had to be a separate integration code that was specific to the www.snowcovered.com domain. When it comes to properly setting up analytics (and then enabling the ecommerce feature), there are several steps involved to make sure that the domain name can be properly tracked without losing the analytics information throughout the process. 

 

So… How can you take advantage of these new enhancements?

Step 1:  Make sure you have an Analytics account and you have already enabled/implemented your Analytics Code on your website. https://www.google.com/analytics

Step 2: Enable Ecommerce within your Google Analytics account. You can do this be signing into your account and navigating into “Admin”, then “Property Settings”, and finally choosing to enable the Ecommerce Option.

Step 3: Enable Ecommerce and your tracking code within the DNN Store.There are two new fields in the vendor profile area. The GA SetDomianName is set to “none” by default for all vendors, this is the setting needed for the cross site tracking. The Enable GA Ecommerce is disabled by default, if a vendor would like to track the ecommerce data they will need to check this.

DNNStore_GA

 

Step 4: Modify your JavaScript for using Google Analytics to include a few additional settings for setting the domain name, allowing the “Link Tracking”, and tracking the page view.  Specifically you need to enable the options for setDomainName, setAllowLinker, and trackPageView

 

Step 5:  Accurately utilize tracking… you will need to setup all hyperlinks that are pointing to the store to use the Google Analytics Link Tracking Onclick event. You can find more information here:

Here is an example.. Notice how the HREF still stays the same as it used to, however now there is also an “onclick” javascript reference within the hyperlink tag.

Tuesday, May 29, 2012/Author: Chad Nash/Number of views (67516)/Comments (-)/ Article rating: No rating

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