Millennium login fails with this error message: "Sorry, you have exceeded the number of login attempts. Your username and IP address have been locked. You will have to contact the system administrator to unlock your account..."
Afterwards, not only is the initial user locked out of...
When you go to insert a new membership for a constituent the message, “Pragma: no-cache Expires” appears on the screen. The Automated Membership Process screen then displays.
Some users which are not in specific groups cannot access profile basic data information such as corebio_full, address_full, phone_full, etc. The error “Millnet Couldn’t open data source; invalid object name ‘view_full. Statement(s) could not be prepared.
Special (non-ascii) characters do not display or are substituted within Millennium or when adding data via Advanced Data Examiner.
Criteria not printing if no format specified. Prior versions criteria did print. 1
User creates and saves a custom form (see example below). User sets this custom form as the maintenance default. No problems with date time formats\display after initial data entry (see value for Contact 1: in graphic below)
User attempts to register a constituent for a specific event; creates and saves a custom form (see example below). Registration Detail screen populates correctly, Guest Detail screen also populates, but note the phone number and e-mail address fields in the graphic below:
A system administrator assigned system administrator privileges to a Millennium user. All the worktables that belonged to the user were deleted.
User is unable to view\manipulate the status (relrecruit) field while customizing the Constituent Relation screen.
Incomplete\missing choices within Tools | Display Designer
Errors when attempting to launch\interact with Display Designer
In event seating, if you edit a table, it moves the table from it’s existing location under other tables. This is problematic if there are enough tables to fill the table window. When you click to select the table you wish to edit, you can’t access that table as it is underneath another table...
- Create two (2) active test lookup values (e.g., Tools > Profile Lookups > Lookup Tables > Concentrations)
- Value = 123456789a123456789b123456789c123456789d, Code = Test1