Minor enhancements for the Next® admins and specialists May 2020
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 admin or configure Next® also make great sense.
For this release we have collected the following minor enhancements targeted the admins and specialists:
|New extension point for customizing bookings in Next® Invoices||NEXT-2758|
To accommodate the need for advanced ERP system specific processing of the transaction data involved in the coding of invoices, Next® now got a new official extension point. This allows us to provide maximum integration flexibility, without sacrificing future ease of updates.
|Support for TLS1.2+ when running on Power Systems, Java 8||NEXT-3226|
|TLS1.2 is now the default when you use HTTPS with Next® on Power Systems running Java 8. This, and support for TLS1.3 is in line with the behaviour on other platforms.|
|Improved handling af huge Excel files||Next-3172|
|One-click export to Excel now respect the limit imposed by Microsoft of a maximum of 1.000.000 rows. At the same time, the preview is optimized to show only the first 1000 rows.|
|Cleaner system log|
The Next® Storage Engine no longer warns about the use of a deprecated URL. The same applies to expectations when opening My tasks. These log entries only caused confusion.
For the techies
I think this a all pretty techy.
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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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