Servoy 3.5 rc 1

Release notes for Servoy betas

Servoy 3.5 rc 1

Postby svroemisse » Thu May 24, 2007 3:34 pm

We announce the immediate availability of Servoy 3.5 rc 1

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

This version will be available shortly through auto update for 3.5 b3 through b5 users (check via help menu -> check for new version)

Changes
[new] baseURL property on html areas

[enh] databaseManager.hasRecordChanges function supports entire foundset check
[enh] non-fractional numbers can be up to 64 bits long

[chg] bundeled new Sybase JDBC driver

[fix] pop-up menu divider lines work in web client as well
[fix] web client tab label text accepts tags
[fix] autosave occasionally not triggered
[fix] in typeahead fields in table views, clicking on the desired value sometimes didn't work
[fix] if focus lost in a table view field then the validation method is always called
[fix] header part working in forms used in tabpanels in web client
[fix] html area setUrl function is working again
[fix] in web client, navigator sometimes didn't appear
[fix] in web client, navigator sometimes would be obscured by the main form
[fix] supplied dataset of PK's are now converted to the right type in the controller loadRecords function
[fix] data refresh issue after reopening modal window in web client
[fix] table headers for labels in record view no longer show %%label%% text
[fix] all forms now accessible from login method
[fix] Excel import fails on some xls files
[fix] dbTreeView bean NoSuchMethodException
[fix] html areas wouldn't show all content in print preview or when printing
[fix] application.showURL() wouldn't work in runtime builder
[fix] dbTreeView bean works in runtime
[fix] problems with fields with no data provider

Integer range
As opposed to Servoy 3.1, which could only handle non-fractional numbers in the Java integer range (-2^31 through (2^31 - 1) inclusive), Servoy 3.5 handles non-fractional numbers in the Java long range; -2^63 through (2^63 - 1) inclusive.

New methods
HTML Areas have become a setBaseUrl() method. This url will be taken to be the base for all relative urls in the html area. This allows for easier skinning.

Known issues
- Serialize converter problem with multidimensional arrays
- The security.canInsert / canUpdate / canDelete functions sometimes return incorrect results

Previous release
http://forum.servoy.com/viewtopic.php?t=8345
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