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Looking Ahead into 2018
In case you missed it, 2017 has come and gone. We ended one of our busiest years on record and our workload does not appear to be slowing down. Our adventures involved several interesting projects, but the most fascinating commonality among them was the high demand for integration work. Three major enterprise clients introduced requirements […]
Service Restored
Our ISP was able to resolve the issue and our host facility is back online. Thank you for your patience.
Service Outage
We are currently experiencing Internet issues at our hosting location. We are working to resolve the issue but services like SRP Wiki and SRP Forum will be offline until we can resolve the Internet issue. We apologize for any inconvenience this might cause you.
SRP Office Closed: Christmas and New Years
To our valued customers, Please be aware that the SRP Offices will be closed on Monday 12/25 for Christmas and Monday 1/1 for New Years. If you need emergency support please call the SRP office number or email our support email address. These can be found on the SRP Contact Us page. From all of us […]
Resolving Open File Security Warning when Launching OpenInsight
The standard multi-user deployment practice for OpenInsight involves executing OINSIGHT.exe across the network from a shared network folder. By default Windows distrusts network folder locations that haven’t been previously trusted and can’t be detected as part of the local intranet. This results in Windows displaying the Open File – Security Warning before launching the program. […]
SRP Calendar Control
We are proud to announce our latest addition to the SRP ActiveX Control suite: the SRP Calendar Control. This control brings an Outlook-style calendar to your OpenInsight applications and was released as beta with version 4.0.3 of SRPControls.ocx, which means you can try it out now. This article will give you a brief overview of how […]
Web API Error Management – Part 2
In Part 1 of this article, we reviewed the types of error conditions that can occur in web APIs and the basic methods available for handing these situations. As previously noted, developers are not confined to handling errors in only one manner. In this article we’ll look at the advantages of each error handler and propose a […]