Bugs and other creeps, annoying Next® admins and specialists, October 2020
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.
Many updates between server restarts no longer risks corrupting hash indexes for customers runningNext® versions 184.108.40.206 - 220.127.116.11.
A Pin referring a deleted document no longer risks preventing a server start.
|Quick-edit of Office documents no longer fails at Save because of WEBDAV challenges.||NEXT-3515|
Reclaim unused storage no longer fails because of index merge going on.
|Reclaim unused storage now communicates if it ends in error.||NEXT-3454|
Relevant documents tabs can now be defined without and ID.
Next® Document Capture now handles the date format d.M.yyyy without errors.
Decimal precision is retained when editing Internal data with decimals.
Validation of field length is now correct for multi value fields.
You may now remove all item types from the setup of the full text processor.
Next Decision Engine now lets you maintain Rule families that refer to deleted Classification types,
Private keys of type PKCS12 may now be added to Next® when running IBM i.
Start processes actions, no longer disappear randomly when defined with the same name in several archives.
|Improved validation of changes in the server web configuration.||NEXT-3512|
|Next® Office Add Ins can now be updated without an uninstall first.||NEXT-3544|
|Minor improvement has been made with single sign-on configuration in Next® Office Add Ins.||NEXT-3536|
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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