Call Web Service Action
- The number of parameters allowed on the Call Web Service action has been increased from 5 to 10. Long term, we plan to make this unlimited.
- Due to your feedback that it has been difficult to debug the Call Web Service action, we created a test environment. I think you'll really like this. Just edit the Call Web Service action, click Prepare test environment, then click Go to test environment. You'll be able to test out different parameters, URLs and function, see what the resulting full HTTP POST is that Method generates, plus see the result that the web service call is providing.
- There was a significant speed improvement on grids. We did a security update about 3 weeks ago that slowed down the rendering of grids. While we haven't removed the security update, we have optimized it to be much faster.
While studying at Queen's School of Business in 1999, Paul founded Alocet Incorporated, developing 'QXpress', which later became the top rated field service scheduling add-on for QuickBooks.
Alocet Incorporated later went on to create Method Integration - an innovative small business management platform that allows users to create their own web apps for QuickBooks.