The PUSH action is one of the cornerstones of Remedy’s development. It allows to create or modify requests of other forms when executing workflow. The basis of this action are well described at official manuals. But, do you know how to take the most profit of it?
In this post I will review some aspects I consider that are not well developed on BMC docs about the PUSH action. … Read the complete post
Remedy’s security system is very advanced. It allows by default to set privileges at a lot of levels, including objects, servers, code, forms, registers and fields. But sometimes, the novel developer can be confused with the numerous possibilities he can use, regarding security. The same objective can be achieved through different strategies, each one with its own advantages. Understanding them all is a must to provide the best result.
In this post I will cover the different security layers presented in ARS when designing a form. … Read the complete post
Sometimes, when using the Remedy Developer Studio, you need to locate some object. The search capabilities of Remedy Developer Studio are very constrained and sometimes you are forced to review a high number of objects to find the correct one.
In this post I will show you an alternative method to find objects. … Read the complete post
If you are a C++, .Net or Java programmer, then you surely now the advantages of object programming. When creating ARS workflow elements, you don’t have those Object. Well, you can have it if you program some app in java and integrate it in Remedy using the API. But if you restrict your code to use only filters, active link and escalation, you can’t have objects,… Isn’t it?
In this post I will show you a way of using forms, having some object programming capabilities. … Read the complete post