Minor enhancements for the Next® admins and specialists, December 2021
It is no secret that the primary target of our enhancements are the business users, or end users, of Next®. Still, providing ease of use, and increased productivity to those who administrate or configure Next® also make great sense.
For this release we have collected the following minor enhancements targeted the admins and specialists:
|Full-text search filter gets new Strict option.||NEXT-4264|
|When you perform a full-text search in Next® it involves comprehensive linguistic features such as stemming, synonyms, and term proximity to find all possible combinations of any of the words you search for. The result is then presented in a ranked order, with the most relevant suggestions first. The more words you specific, the more documents you'll find.
When you perform such a search in an already ordered list of documents (typically sorted by date), this does not make sense. That is why we have added an option to the filter 'strict'. Strict, means the the result will only list documents where ALL the terms are found in. The more words you search for the fewer documents you'll find.
Delete folders starts a background task
|More configuration elements get enabled/disabled flag||NEXT-4223|
|In our ongoing quest to make it possible to enable/disable all relevant configurations in Next®, we have now come to Folder templates, Permission polices, Ask a colleague policies, Form definitions and Groups. Being able to disable/enable a configuration element makes everyday life easier for the Next® Admin, because you can prepare new features without disturbing the working environment. Equally important it makes it possible for us to deliver Next® with numerous standard configurations. This again makes it possible to activate new features in your Next® simply flipping a switch.|
|Setup of Field collections is enhanced||NEXT-4225|
|The standard columns: Modified, Modified by, and Note are added to the setup view for Field collections.|
|Next® Enterprise Single Sign On adds support for OAuth2 access tokens||NEXT-4222|
Next® already supported OAuth2 API token authorization using Id tokens (OIDC), but many implementations use access tokens for API authorization. For that reason we have added support for using access tokens as well.
|Next® Integrations Services extended to support Next® Invoices for Construction Project Management||NEXT-4236|
|Integrations services now lets you ShowProjects, ShowProjectTasks, ShowProjectSubtasks, ShowProjectPlan, and ShowProjectDimensionx.|
|Next® IO to decrypt and de-sign encrypted and signed PDFs||NEXT-4217|
|To help customers who have mistakenly archived individually encrypted PDFs in Next®, we have added the capability to recover such PDFs. Archiving individually encrypting PDFs in Next®, is not according to Best practice.|
|Next® IO gets support for JSON||NEXT-4247|
|In addition to importing XML, ODBC, and CSV data, Next® IO now imports data in JSON format.|
|Next® Invoices prepared for multiple GL types||NEXT-4256|
|The data model for GL transaction now enforces the correct data type at all times, in preparation for multiple types such as GL, Assets, Projects etc.|
|Next® Invoices with Business Central enhanced||NEXT-4249|
|You may now configure that the Payment reference is also transferred to the PaymentReference field used by default in Microsoft Business Central|
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These new features and enhancements are available at no additional cost, to users with an active service plan. Any consultancy assistance will be invoiced.
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