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Quick Comment/Un-comment (#484)
connectMode=local - stop doing that! (#530)
Implement SQL Command (#531)
Finish Multi Widget Editor (#532)
New Disposition Screen (#533)
Finish new combined Item editor (#535)
Add a DEL ALL ILF statement (#538)
Ability to make a user account as inactive (#544)
Add process stack to session management table (#546)
Add Client Type to session management table (#547)
Use standard Windows copy/paste keys in IE (#548)
Add APIs to archive Security Codes (#549)
Add Copy option to Database management (#550)
Need an input to let users change their password. (#551)
Make defining actions associated with buttons easier (#552)
New API's (#553)
Combine AA & GA at Frame & Image level (#554)
Update Alternate Key Selection popup (#555)
Update Record Selection screen (#557)
Update Sort Order screen (#558)
Change default FMS type to 9 for new files (#559)
Data File Management improvements (#560)
Design File Management improvements (#561)
Access GA from Item List in Image Editor (#563)
Allow Documentation in HTML format (#564)
Add EXITREAD statement (#566)
Mass Change FMS group (#569)
Add a 'Reorganize Files' option to Data File Management (#571)
Ability to Modify Table Column Headings and Cell Properties (#572)
Save/Restore Queries (#573)
Identify & resolve 3-second delay using Appx Desktop Client for some users outside the network (#574)
Show line numbers in ILF editor (and allow jump to line number) (#575)
Add toolbox icon to image editor (mimic option-0) (#576)
Use table on SCAN screen (#578)
Change Client's Default Values (#579)
The APPX login manager pipe and token directories are not created automatically (#581)
Default rows/cols in Inputs/Menus (#583)
Front-end support for email on disposition screen (#584)
X-ref performance (#588)
Add Audit Information Button to ILF editor (#591)
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Overview 5.5.x

Release 5.5.x has many new features for Application Designers, System Administrators and Users. To accommodate the new screens and new features, we have increased the minimum rows and columns in the client. For normal users (i.e., those not using Application Design) we recommend a size of 25 rows by 100 columns. For Designers we recommend a minimum size of 35 rows by 144 columns or one row/column larger than your largest Image, whichever is greater. If the clients are not using these screen sizes they will use the older screens.

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Batch conversion of ILF code to/from comments (#472)
Quick Comment/Un-comment (#484)
connectMode=local - stop doing that! (#530)
Implement SQL Command (#531)
Finish Multi Widget Editor (#532)
New Disposition Screen (#533)
Finish new combined Item editor (#535)
Add a DEL ALL ILF statement (#538)
Ability to make a user account as inactive (#544)
Add process stack to session management table (#546)
Add Client Type to session management table (#547)
Use standard Windows copy/paste keys in IE (#548)
Add APIs to archive Security Codes (#549)
Add Copy option to Database management (#550)
Need an input to let users change their password. (#551)
Make defining actions associated with buttons easier (#552)
New API's (#553)
Combine AA & GA at Frame & Image level (#554)
Update Alternate Key Selection popup (#555)
Update Record Selection screen (#557)
Update Sort Order screen (#558)
Change default FMS type to 9 for new files (#559)
Data File Management improvements (#560)
Design File Management improvements (#561)
Access GA from Item List in Image Editor (#563)
Allow Documentation in HTML format (#564)
Add EXITREAD statement (#566)
Mass Change FMS group (#569)
Add a 'Reorganize Files' option to Data File Management (#571)
Ability to Modify Table Column Headings and Cell Properties (#572)
Save/Restore Queries (#573)
Identify & resolve 3-second delay using Appx Desktop Client for some users outside the network (#574)
Show line numbers in ILF editor (and allow jump to line number) (#575)
Add toolbox icon to image editor (mimic option-0) (#576)
Use table on SCAN screen (#578)
Change Client's Default Values (#579)
The APPX login manager pipe and token directories are not created automatically (#581)
Default rows/cols in Inputs/Menus (#583)
Front-end support for email on disposition screen (#584)
X-ref performance (#588)
Add Audit Information Button to ILF editor (#591)
Ability to get the status of a file structure (#592)

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The following tasks were implemented in this Release:

support for table column heading bar visibility in java client (#595)
Warn users if they are using a pre-released version of APPX (#599)

 

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Overview 5.5.0

  Release 5.5.0 has many new features for Application Designers, System Administrators and Users. To accommodate the new screens and new features, we have increased the minimum rows and columns in the client. For normal users (i.e., those not using Application Design) we recommend a size of 25 rows by 100 columns. For Designers we recommend a minimum size of 35 rows by 144 columns or one row/column larger than your largest Image, whichever is greater. If the clients are not using these screen sizes they will use the older screens.
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  This page gives you an overview of the changes in each area.

Compatibility with Previous Releases

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  This page gives you an overview of the changes in each area.

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  Go to this page for the complete list and full details.

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Release 5.5.0 has many new features for Application Designers, System Administrators and Users. To accommodate the new screens and new features, we have increased the minimum rows and columns in the client. For normal users (ie, those not using Application Design) we recommend a size of 25 rows by 100 columns. For Designers, we recommend a size of 35 rows by 144 columns. The following gives you an overview of the changes in each area. If the clients are not using these screen sizes, they will not use the new designs or be able to use the new features.
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Release 5.5.0 has many new features for Application Designers, System Administrators and Users. To accommodate the new screens and new features, we have increased the minimum rows and columns in the client. For normal users (ie, those not using Application Design) we recommend a size of 25 rows by 100 columns. For Designers, we recommend a size of 35 rows by 144 columns. If the clients are not using these screen sizes, they will use the older screens.

This page gives you an overview of the changes in each area.

 

Compatibility with Previous Releases

This release adds some new ILF commands (DEL ALL, SQL and EXITREAD) as well as the ability to comment a block of ILF. These features are not compatible with previous releases. If you use these features and install your application on an older release, then any process that uses the new ILF commands will not compile. If you have commented a block of code, older releases will not recognize this and treat the code as if it was not commented. If you avoid using these features, you will be able to develop under 5.5.0 and deploy in an earlier release, although 5.5.0 specific features (such as explicitly setting a column heading on a Table) will be ignored.

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  • Optional Child/Rules accessible from button definition
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 For users, we updated the look of the Disposition, Record Selection and Sort Orders screens to make them more contemporary and easier to use. Users can also email reports directly from APPX (requires the installation of the 'mutt' email client). Record selection and Sort Order parameters can be saved and recalled for reuse. Tables can be used in place of the normal SCAN displays.

Go to this page for the complete list and full details.

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The following bugs were addressed in this Release:

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APPX 5.5.0 Features

This page provides an overview of the new features in APPX 6.0.

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APPX 5.5.0 Features

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Overview

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Release 5.5.0 has many new features for Application Designers, System Administrators and Users. To accomodate the new screens and new features, we have increased the minimum rows and columns in the client. For normal users (ie, those not using Application Design) we recommend a size of 25 rows by 100 columns. For Designers, we recommend a size of 35 rows by 144 columns.The following gives you an overview of the changes in each area. If the clients are not using these screen sizes, they will not use the new designs or be able to use the new features.

Compatibility With Previous Releases

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Compatibility with Previous Releases

 
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This release adds some new ILF commands (DEL ALL, SQL and EXITREAD) as well as the ability to comment a block of ILF. These features are not compatible with previous releases. If use these features and install your application on a older release, then any process that uses the new ILF commands will not compile. If you have commented a block of code, older releases will not recognize this and treat the code as if it was not commented. If you avoid using these features, you will be able to develop under 5.5.0 and deploy in an earlier release, although 5.5.0 specific features (such as explicitly setting a column heading on a Table) will be ignored.

Application Design

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This release adds some new ILF commands (DEL ALL, SQL and EXITREAD) as well as the ability to comment a block of ILF. These features are not compatible with previous releases. If you use these features and install your application on an older release, then any process that uses the new ILF commands will not compile. If you have commented a block of code, older releases will not recognize this and treat the code as if it was not commented. If you avoid using these features, you will be able to develop under 5.5.0 and deploy in an earlier release, although 5.5.0 specific features (such as explicitly setting a column heading on a Table) will be ignored.

Application Design Changes

  In Application Design, we tried to identify areas where we could make designers more productive, such as:
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  • New API’s
  • Experimental – new style input for designing Input processes.
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  For System Administrators, we added an 'Inactive' flag on the User file. The Data/Design File management menus allow you to leave the Database, Application or Version blank so that you can select multiple Databases or Applications at once. We also added options to the Data File Management menu to copy data between databases and change FMS types (with/without data conversion). The Monitor application can not only show you what process the user is currently running, but also the parent processes so you can see where they came from.

Go to this page for the complete list and full details.

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A significant number of changes has been made to the Source Code Control System, including enhanced notes, task dependancies, and more.

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Runtime Changes

  For users, we updated the look of the Disposition, Record Selection and Sort Orders screens to make them more contemporary and easier to use. Users can also email reports directly from APPX (requires the installation of the 'mutt' email client). Record selection and Sort Order parameters can be saved and recalled for reuse. Tables can be used in place of the normal SCAN displays.

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APPX 5.5.0 Features

This page provides an overview of the new features in APPX 6.0.

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Overview

Release 5.5.0 has many new features for Application Designers, System Administrators and Users. To accomodate the new screens and new features, we have increased the minimum rows and columns in the client. For normal users (ie, those not using Application Design) we recommend a size of 25 rows by 100 columns. For Designers, we recommend a size of 35 rows by 144 columns.The following gives you an overview of the changes in each area. If the clients are not using these screen sizes, they will not use the new designs or be able to use the new features.

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Compatibility With Previous Releases

This release adds some new ILF commands (DEL ALL, SQL and EXITREAD) as well as the ability to comment a block of ILF. These features are not compatible with previous releases. If use these features and install your application on a older release, then any process that uses the new ILF commands will not compile. If you have commented a block of code, older releases will not recognize this and treat the code as if it was not commented. If you avoid using these features, you will be able to develop under 5.5.0 and deploy in an earlier release, although 5.5.0 specific features (such as explicitly setting a column heading on a Table) will be ignored.

 

Application Design

In Application Design, we tried to identify areas where we could make designers more productive, such as:

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APPX 5.5.0 Features

This page provides an overview of the new features in APPX 6.0.


Overview

Release 5.5.0 has many new features for Application Designers, System Administrators and Users. To accomodate the new screens and new features, we have increased the minimum rows and columns in the client. For normal users (ie, those not using Application Design) we recommend a size of 25 rows by 100 columns. For Designers, we recommend a size of 35 rows by 144 columns.The following gives you an overview of the changes in each area. If the clients are not using these screen sizes, they will not use the new designs or be able to use the new features.

Application Design

In Application Design, we tried to identify areas where we could make designers more productive, such as:

  • A Multi Widget Editor (MWE) allows you to modify multiple Widgets at one time.
  • The Item Editor now shows you ALL item attributes on one screen so you don't have to switch between different dialog boxes.
  • In most cases, we tried to combine GUI Attributes and Additional Attributes on one screen.

And more:

  • Documentation now accepts HTML text.
  • Column headings & more in table widgets
  • Standard copy/paste shortcut keys in the Image Editor
  • Optional Child/Rules accessible from button definition
  • You can lock design of file to prevent accidental changes.
  • You can comment entire blocks of code
  • You can see the line numbers in ILF editor, and jump to a specific line
  • New ILF verbs – EXITREAD, SQL, DEL ALL
  • New API’s
  • Experimental – new style input for designing Input processes.
Go to this page for the complete list and full details.

System Administration

For System Administrators, we added an 'Inactive' flag on the User file. The Data/Design File management menus allow you to leave the Database, Application or Version blank so that you can select multiple Databases or Applications at once. We also added options to the Data File Management menu to copy data between databases and change FMS types (with/without data conversion). The Monitor application can not only show you what process the user is currently running, but also the parent processes so you can see where they came from.

Go to this page for the complete list and full details.

Users

For users, we updated the look of the Disposition, Record Selection and Sort Orders screens to make them more contemporary and easier to use. Users can also email reports directly from APPX (requires the installation of the 'mutt' email client). Record selection and Sort Order parameters can be saved and recalled for reuse. Tables can be used in place of the normal SCAN displays.

Go to this page for the complete list and full details.

Bugs Fixed

The following bugs were addressed in this Release:

Known Issues

Comments:

Read what other users have said about this page or add your own comments.



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