Bugs and other creeps, annoying Next® admins and specialists, July 2021
Unfortunately we also from time to time introduce bugs and other annoying behavior in Next®, that may not directly affect end users, but instead annoy the people who setup and administer Next®.
For this release we have eliminated the following bugs and annoying behaviors, affecting admins and specialists.
|Index Repair job, now handles inodes that have been removed correctly||NEXT-3983|
|Transformation Engine frees up the async processing chain when a job is done||NEXT-4030|
|Changes to the Global metadata repository are now reflected immediately in item types using it||NEXT-3948|
|OAuth2/OIDC resolves groups even if the user is member of more than one group||NEXT-3967|
|Next® Invoices now process invoices with 0 GL entries correctly||NEXT-4007|
|Next® IO correctly creates directories when copying and moving files||NEXT-4012|
|Next® Go now handles a configuration where you do not have access to a search form||NEXT-4021|
|Automatic migration to Smart folders, skips creating invalid folder templates from filing templates with invalid fields.||NEXT-3988|
|Applied permissions can now be configured in folder template administration again.||NEXT-4064|
|Smart Folders handles automatic creation of folders in complex structures with multiple dynamic levels||NEXT-4035|
Remember that best practice is to use folder structures only when it is the best means to reflect an established hierarchical structure - or when the folder represents an external entity.
Do not use folders out of old habits.
For the techies
This is a techie as it gets.
For additional information , please refer to the online documentation.
Commercial terms and conditions
These new features and enhancements are available at no additional cost, to users with an active service plan. Any consultancy assistance will be invoiced.
Despite our best efforts, we may be forced to change both content and expected delivery of future product updates without notice.
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Responsible product manager:
Marianne B. Østergaard