My IFS Cookbook

How to Include additional attachments in e-mail reports in IFS Cloud

Include additional attachments in IFS e-mail report is one of the top posts in my blog and received many good comments. One of the questions was…

Automate IFS Printing via PL/SQL

Automatically printing an IFS report during a business transaction is one of the most common questions asked by customers. In this post I’ve described the…

Authentication in IFS Cloud

This article explains about how authentication takes place in IFS Cloud and some examples with Postman for each OAuth authentication flow for end users and…

Check XSL Transformer Output

In IFS Cloud, there’s no easy way to test the transformer output. Visual studio Enterprise or Professional versions has a XML editor where you can…

SOAP Integrations with IFS

SOAP stands strongly in the market even two decades and alongside with other modern integration protocols. Even today it’s the go-to messaging protocol for many…

Using Functions in Oracle SQL

Oracle subquery using WITH clause is a popular choice among the developers. From Oracle 12C it’s possible to define PLSQL function inside WITH clause. It’s…


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About Me

Hi and welcome to my IFS technical blog. My name is Damith and I’m a IFS Technical consultant with over 13 years of experience in Design, Development and Consultation in IFS Integrations and Implementations.

Here are some interesting work I did over the years with IFS. Hopefully you’ll find something useful. Please get in touch if you need any help with IFS.

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