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15th February 2011 - 01:48 (Support)

return to log in screen when logging in

Having trouble logging in with Internet Explorer?

When using Internet Explorer, you can't use the highest security settings, that will prevent Javascript to execute. Modern AJAX sites (such as grubba) won't work properly.

Try adding grubba to your list of trusted websites and set security for the trusted websites to normal or low.

Then go to Tools -> Internet Options -> Security -> trusted websites -> Custom Level.
Scroll to Miscellaneous and check the box next to �Access data sources across domains� and check the box next to �Allow scripting of Internet Explorer web browser control�. This should allow sites to run the AJAX enabled content.

You have to close and restart your browser for the changes to become active.

Bookmark the login page and always start here when opening Grubba.
https://www.grubba.net/secure/grubba_registration.php

Do not start at the homepage (not SSL secured).

(also see: http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows-vista/Change-Internet-Explorer-Security-settings)

By the way:
The best browser to use (at least we believe) is Firefox: much safer, faster and easier to use then Internet Explorer, and free:
http://www.mozilla-europe.org

13th December 2010 - 13:00 (About grubba)

I can't find the open attached documents plugin - I have setup a box.net account but can't enable the file upload at grubba.

The upload plugin is deprecated. We had too much problems with the box.net plugin.

I am working on a new and improved Grubba. This will have a great upload feature without any external API's. Would you like to be informed on progress? Send an email to news[at]grubba.net

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With our box.net plugin, you can upload documents and attach them to your records. All documents are stored in box.net.
You'll need a box.net account (which is free) to upload.

After inserting the File upload formObject in the form desiger, you can access the documents by clicking open gekoppelde bestanden plugin. A popup opens asking you to login or create a new account.

In Internet Explorer you can get a Windows popup asking you if unsecure items can be displayed. You have to tell Windows that you want to allow that (don't worry, you will be redirected to a secure area when logged in at box.net).


Register at box.net or login.

Now you can upload documents. You can attach/upload documents only from the update record page. So you first have to insert a record before you can attach a document.

25th November 2010 - 22:55 (About grubba)

how do i upload a document into my form

The upload plugin is deprecated. We had too much problems with the box.net plugin.

I am working on a new and improved Grubba. This will have a great upload feature without any external API's. Would you like to be informed on progress? Send an email to news[at]grubba.net

--------- old info -------------------------------------------------------------

With our box.net plugin, you can upload documents and attach them to your records. All documents are stored in box.net.
You'll need a box.net account (which is free) to upload.

After inserting the File upload formObject in the form desiger, you can access the documents by clicking open gekoppelde bestanden plugin. A popup opens asking you to login or create a new account.

In Internet Explorer you can get a Windows popup asking you if unsecure items can be displayed. You have to tell Windows that you want to allow that (don't worry, you will be redirected to a secure area when logged in at box.net).


Register at box.net or login.

Now you can upload documents. You can attach/upload documents only from the update record page. So you first have to insert a record before you can attach a document.

24th November 2010 - 15:16 (About grubba)

why isn't my account log in working properly?

Did you use the right login info? Is CAPS LOCK on?

Having trouble logging in with Internet Explorer?

When using Internet Explorer, you can't use the highest security settings, that will prevent Javascript to execute. Modern AJAX sites (such as grubba) won't work properly.

Try adding grubba to your list of trusted websites and set security for the trusted websites to normal or low.

Then go to Tools -> Internet Options -> Security -> trusted websites -> Custom Level.
Scroll to Miscellaneous and check the box next to �Access data sources across domains� and check the box next to �Allow scripting of Internet Explorer web browser control�. This should allow sites to run the AJAX enabled content.

You have to close and restart your browser for the changes to become active.

Bookmark the login page and always start here when opening Grubba.
https://www.grubba.net/secure/grubba_registration.php

Do not start at the homepage (not SSL secured).

(also see: http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows-vista/Change-Internet-Explorer-Security-settings)

By the way:
The best browser to use (at least we believe) is Firefox: much safer, faster and easier to use then Internet Explorer, and free:
http://www.mozilla-europe.org

6th November 2010 - 02:21 (Support)

how do i insert graphics

The upload plugin is deprecated. We had too much problems with the box.net plugin.

I am working on a new and improved Grubba. This will have a great upload feature without any external API's. Would you like to be informed on progress? Send an email to news[at]grubba.net

--------- old info -------------------------------------------------------------

With our box.net plugin, you can upload documents and attach them to your records. All documents are stored in box.net.
You'll need a box.net account (which is free) to upload.

After inserting the File upload formObject in the form desiger, you can access the documents by clicking 'open attached files plugin' in your update record screen. A popup opens asking you to login or create a new account.

In Internet Explorer you can get a Windows popup asking you if unsecure items can be displayed. You have to tell Windows that you want to allow that (don't worry, you will be redirected to a secure area when logged in at box.net).


Register at box.net or login.

Now you can upload documents. You can attach/upload documents only from the update record page. So you first have to insert a record before you can attach a document.

26th September 2010 - 21:49 (Support)

Can I attach files to my database records?

With our box.net plugin, you can upload documents and attach them to your records. All documents are stored in box.net.
You'll need a box.net account (which is free) to upload.

After inserting the File upload formObject in the form desiger, you can access the documents by clicking open attached files plugin. A popup opens asking you to login or create a new account.

In Internet Explorer you can get a Windows popup asking you if unsecure items can be displayed. You have to tell Windows that you want to allow that (don't worry, you will be redirected to a secure area when logged in at box.net).


Register at box.net or login.

Now you can upload documents. You can attach/upload documents only from the update record page. So you first have to insert a record before you can attach a document.

27th March 2010 - 16:27 (Support)

i type in my account name and passswod but it does not let me log in

Did you use the right login info? Is CAPS LOCK on?

Having trouble logging in with Internet Explorer?

When using Internet Explorer, you can't use the highest security settings, that will prevent Javascript to execute. Modern AJAX sites (such as grubba) won't work properly.

Try adding grubba to your list of trusted websites and set security for the trusted websites to normal or low.

Then go to Tools -> Internet Options -> Security -> trusted websites -> Custom Level.
Scroll to Miscellaneous and check the box next to �Access data sources across domains� and check the box next to �Allow scripting of Internet Explorer web browser control�. This should allow sites to run the AJAX enabled content.

You have to close and restart your browser for the changes to become active.

Bookmark the login page and always start here when opening Grubba.
https://www.grubba.net/secure/grubba_registration.php

Do not start at the homepage (not SSL secured).

(also see: http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows-vista/Change-Internet-Explorer-Security-settings)

By the way:
The best browser to use (at least we believe) is Firefox: much safer, faster and easier to use then Internet Explorer, and free:
http://www.mozilla-europe.org

25th March 2010 - 14:16 (Support)

When I log in, it just takes me to the front page again and I can't access my database.

Did you use the right login info? Is CAPS LOCK on?

Having trouble logging in with Internet Explorer?

When using Internet Explorer, you can't use the highest security settings, that will prevent Javascript to execute. Modern AJAX sites (such as grubba) won't work properly.

Try adding grubba to your list of trusted websites and set security for the trusted websites to normal or low.

Then go to Tools -> Internet Options -> Security -> trusted websites -> Custom Level.
Scroll to Miscellaneous and check the box next to �Access data sources across domains� and check the box next to �Allow scripting of Internet Explorer web browser control�. This should allow sites to run the AJAX enabled content.

You have to close and restart your browser for the changes to become active.

Bookmark the login page and always start here when opening Grubba.
https://www.grubba.net/secure/grubba_registration.php

Do not start at the homepage (not SSL secured).

(also see: http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows-vista/Change-Internet-Explorer-Security-settings)

By the way:
The best browser to use (at least we believe) is Firefox: much safer, faster and easier to use then Internet Explorer, and free:
http://www.mozilla-europe.org

17th March 2010 - 01:27 (Support)

How do I add pictures? When uodating reading there's no way of inserting a picture in the field.

With our box.net plugin, you can upload documents and attach them to your records. All documents are stored in box.net.
You'll need a box.net account (which is free) to upload.

After inserting the File upload formObject in the form desiger, you can access the documents by clicking 'open attached files plugin' in your update record screen. A popup opens asking you to login or create a new account.

In Internet Explorer you can get a Windows popup asking you if unsecure items can be displayed. You have to tell Windows that you want to allow that (don't worry, you will be redirected to a secure area when logged in at box.net).


Register at box.net or login.

Now you can upload documents. You can attach/upload documents only from the update record page. So you first have to insert a record before you can attach a document.

 

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