Servoy 3.1 RC 1

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Servoy 3.1 RC 1

Postby svroemisse » Thu Dec 21, 2006 4:58 pm

We announce the immediate availability of Servoy 3.1 RC 1

NOTE: this is PRE-RELEASE SOFTWARE, use with caution and make BACKUPS before you start.

This version is available through auto update and the download page on the Servoy website (developer section).

Changes:
[enh] - database views under separate node in data providers dialog
[enh] - search tab in code editor
[fix] - debugger "step into" is working again
[fix] - batch processor did not receive onClose event when server was shutdown
[fix] - aggregates were not correctly looked up in reports when used in text as tags
[fix] - save error (IndexOutOfBoundsExc)
[fix] - record loop error (ConcurrentModificationExc)
[fix] - web client session cleanup created NullPointerExc in log
[fix] - undid inadverted application.showURL(...) behavior change - it now works the way it did in 3.0 again
[fix] - upgrading old repository on MSSQL
[chg] - small omit behavior change

The behavior change of omit was designed so as to guarantee the least amount of surprise. Omit now is discarded when you do:

loadAllRecords (CTRL-J)
loadByPkSet (loadRecords with an array/dataset of pks)
loadByQuery (loadRecords with an sql string)
invert

Also, when you do a new find when you have omitted records then their primary keys
are now used in the search to exclude them from the search - meaning they stay omitted now.

Previous release: http://forum.servoy.com/viewtopic.php?t=7444
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Scope in method find is missing

Postby jim » Fri Dec 22, 2006 4:36 pm

What happened to the scope area of method find? I.e., find in this method, global methods, everywhere, etc.

I miss that!

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Re: Scope in method find is missing

Postby svroemisse » Fri Dec 22, 2006 5:22 pm

jim wrote:What happened to the scope area of method find? I.e., find in this method, global methods, everywhere, etc.


A search tab was added which can do all that and more better. For instance, there's a checkbox to enable/disable searching in included modules.
With ctrl-f, you now can now only search locally.
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Postby jim » Fri Dec 22, 2006 6:53 pm

Thank you!

A nice new feature. More better, indeed!
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Postby nick » Wed Feb 28, 2007 2:23 pm

Hi,

I'm sure I'm being abit slow here, but I really can't find this new search feature... I can search within the current method ( ctr + f ), and I can search for a method ( ctrl-shift-T ), but how do I search within all methods at once? I can't see any tabs/ options for doing this.

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Postby Harjo » Wed Feb 28, 2007 2:25 pm

Hi Nick,

look in your method editor. in the debugger window, next to the output tab, you find a tab search! :-)

Hope this helps
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Postby nick » Wed Feb 28, 2007 2:43 pm

Thats great, thanks!

I had minimised the debugger part of the page, so didn't so it there.

I agree, its a much better search!


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Postby Harjo » Wed Feb 28, 2007 3:19 pm

yeah I agree, love the thing!
I have added a feature request, so we can use the thing also for searching in calculations!
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