Bugs and other creeps, annoying Next® admins and specialists, June 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. 


Issues solved Issue
Now configuration of  match does not prevent start of Next® running Dynamics Nav 2009 solutions anymore. NEXT-3986


New or changed item types no longer risk becoming invalid, from changing field definitions. 

NEXT-3997


Empty dynamic sub folders are no longer created when a document has a matching primary field, but  the added document does not match the item type filter of the folder template.


NEXT-4003
Folder migration now handles when documents have a field matching the description of the folder, but not the primary id. NEXT-4005


URL integration is now again possible to a root folder not starting with a backslash  NEXT-3960


KERBEROS authorization now handles numerous memberships that leads to header sizes above 16 Kb. NEXT-3947


For the techies

This is a techie as it gets.

Additional information

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.

Disclaimer

Despite our best efforts, we may be forced to change both content and expected delivery of future product updates without notice.


Details

Title:

Bugs and other creeps, annoying Next® admins and specialists

Type:

Issues solved

Status:

Released

Release time:

June 2021

Affected products:

Next® Bank Statements
Next® Contracts
Next® Emails
Next® Enterprise Archive
Next® ExCustody
Next® Invoices
Next® Mailroom
Next® Processes

Audience:

Admin
Consultant 

Classification:

Public

Responsible product manager:

Kim Hellum

Updated:

20.06.2021

By:

Kim Hellum