Setting up Connection String with IIS Manager

On a previous article I discussed how to properly configure the database connection string after deploying the application. However this way required to edit the web.config and sometimes users had issues with the code and couldn’t get their application working. There’s an easy way to do this without modifying the web.config. In this article I will give you a step by step guide on how to set up the connection string with IIS Manager Learn More

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Zurmo – Creating a New Lead

You’ve come across a new business lead and want to document the details in Zurmo so you can follow up on all of your progress. Zurmo makes it very easy to navigate establishing a new lead. Let’s get started!

The first step is to make sure you are on your Zurmo Dashboard. By selecting the “Home” button you will be situated on your Zurmo Dashboard. Learn More

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Altering Default Views in Code

Recently I had to modify a View shipped with another module. Specifically I had to tailor the Workbench Moderation view to contain additional column(s). Workbench Moderation supplies its own set of Views in the file  workbench_moderation/views/ and therefore these Views are not exportable via regular Features as they are owned by a module already (you may be able to use features_override but I haven’t tried — I’m trying to keep the site dependencies rather lean). Learn More

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