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APPX 5.0 Bug Fixes

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Bugs By Category

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  • Design Transfer of a file that contained File Level Evept Points (FLEP) did not update the internal process name for the FLEP. (1472)

 

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  • When using ASQAL to import tables, you can once again alter the quesry and "Try Again" to import if there are errors. (1856)
 

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  • File Level Event Points (FLEP) Sometimes crashed when a related file was not open. (2561)
  • The WIndows version of Appx did not work with the -p startup argument if there was a space in the process name. (2500)
  • Running on an AIX server, Panning right in the Image Editor crashed the session. (2542)
 

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  • Query screen was ignoring the designer "Edit" setting on Sort Order Subheadings (2408)
 

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APPX 5.0 Bug Fixes

Following is a list of bugs that were fixed in Appx release 5.1.


Overview

The list is sub-divided into categories. The bug title, bug number (in parenthesis), and a brief explanation are listed within each category.

Bugs By Category

Application Design



Appx GUI Client


Database Management


FMS Interfaces


Installation


Reportwriter

Run-Time Behaviors

Run-Time Environment


System Administration


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-- PeteBrower - 2012-03-29

 
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