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  • update build 3381_4096

    Hi Forum

    Havenít seen any feedback on current update build 3381_4096 anywhere is this build good / stable so far?

    Thanks
    Robert

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    Re: update build 3381_4096

    Personally I'm going to wait for a few more days.

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    • #3
      Re: update build 3381_4096

      Personally I like to keep up to-date with the latest patch.
      Regards
      Keith Hubert
      Alpha Guild Member
      London.
      KHDB Management Systems
      Skype = keith.hubert


      For your day-to-day Needs, you Need an Alpha Database!

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      • #4
        Re: update build 3381_4096

        Hi Dale, Keith

        I think I will wait for a couple of days as well, as I haven't seen any feedback yet.

        Thanks for the info

        Robert

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        • #5
          Re: update build 3381_4096

          Hi Keith,
          Originally posted by Keith Hubert View Post
          Personally I like to keep up to-date with the latest patch.
          So this mean you are using build 3381_4096? any issues so far?
          Edhy Rijo
          Progytech
          (Computer Consultants)
          The makers of CardTracking.Net
          www.progytech.com

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          • #6
            Re: update build 3381_4096

            I have been using 3381-4096 for a couple of days with no issues so far.
            Carol King
            Developer of Custom Homebuilders' Solutions (CHS)
            http://www.CHSBuilderSoftware.com

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            • #7
              Re: update build 3381_4096

              Hi Carol,
              Thanks for the info, I will update today and start testing.
              Edhy Rijo
              Progytech
              (Computer Consultants)
              The makers of CardTracking.Net
              www.progytech.com

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              • #8
                Re: update build 3381_4096

                Hi Edhy,
                So this mean you are using build 3381_4096? any issues so far?
                Answer, no. But that does not mean I have tested every part of the program against every application I have on my machine. There could other parts that you use that I dont and give you a problem. If that is the case, take careful note and report it.
                Regards
                Keith Hubert
                Alpha Guild Member
                London.
                KHDB Management Systems
                Skype = keith.hubert


                For your day-to-day Needs, you Need an Alpha Database!

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                • #9
                  Re: update build 3381_4096

                  Thanks Keith,

                  I just started using build 3381_4096 did a quick test to all features in my application and it seems to be ok, now is just to monitor closely the AWS and my users and hope no issues are reported.
                  Edhy Rijo
                  Progytech
                  (Computer Consultants)
                  The makers of CardTracking.Net
                  www.progytech.com

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                  • #10
                    Re: update build 3381_4096

                    3381-4096 has been working well for me so far. I've been running it since last Friday because there was a fix that I needed in it.

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                    • #11
                      Re: update build 3381_4096

                      Found one! Just submitted this bug report for the 3381-4096 build:
                      When I tab into a field and start typing, the progressive edit combo lookup does not work. I have to click in field to make it work.
                      Here is video: http://screencast.com/t/rJUms566
                      Carol King
                      Developer of Custom Homebuilders' Solutions (CHS)
                      http://www.CHSBuilderSoftware.com

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                      • #12
                        Re: update build 3381_4096

                        Hi Carol,

                        First, sorry you got a bug that affects your data entry for your users

                        There is a pre-release build 3384-4097 23-Mar 2013 7:28AM which fixes some issues with the Edit-Combo progressive Filter, of course don't know if that would apply to your case directly, but it may be worth to take a look at it http://downloads.alphasoftware.com/A...easenotes.html
                        Edhy Rijo
                        Progytech
                        (Computer Consultants)
                        The makers of CardTracking.Net
                        www.progytech.com

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                        • #13
                          Re: update build 3381_4096

                          Originally posted by Progytech View Post
                          Hi Carol,

                          First, sorry you got a bug that affects your data entry for your users

                          There is a pre-release build 3384-4097 23-Mar 2013 7:28AM which fixes some issues with the Edit-Combo progressive Filter, of course don't know if that would apply to your case directly, but it may be worth to take a look at it http://downloads.alphasoftware.com/A...easenotes.html
                          Thanks, Edhy... so here we go back into the pre-release cycle that means 'we are not supposed to publish' but which we need because official release has a bug we need fixed. :) I have a feeling that progressive fix may not fix my issue so I'll wait a bit to see if Alpha replies to my bug report before I get caught up in the pre-releases again. I'm keepin' on keepin' on... smiling!
                          Carol King
                          Developer of Custom Homebuilders' Solutions (CHS)
                          http://www.CHSBuilderSoftware.com

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                          • #14
                            Re: update build 3381_4096

                            Anyone else have this? Customer came to me today, said he updated to this build, and is getting 403 permission denied errors all over the place. I narrowed it down with him, and found it happens when control is dirtied. With some further testing, I found that if I turn off the component security, the problem does not appear. Before turning off component security altogether I just tried setting one of the components (for a test) to Always Allowed, but that didn't do any good. Instead I had to completely turn off component security in the Web Security Configuration.

                            I can dig further, but this appears to be the culprit and wanted to check to see if anyone can confirm.
                            -Steve
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                            • #15
                              Re: update build 3381_4096

                              Hi Steve,

                              Today Always-Up just reported that my AWS stopped working and it was re-started. Looking at the logs I found the following entries:
                              a5w_error.log
                              [Mon Mar 25 14:02:53 2013] [Forbidden] (C:\A5webroot\bci\__a5RunGrid.a5w) Your security credentials do not allow access to this resource.<p>
                              Then
                              a5w_access.log
                              [25/Mar/2013:14:02:53 -0400] "POST /__a5RunGrid.a5w?__pageName=A5InternalPage&__fn=gr._a5_ajax&__gridFilename=StudentsSessionsGrid&__alias=TBI_STUDENTSGR_231131BOTR_R1G2&__unsaved=no&_isLookupGrid=false HTTP/1.1" 403 280
                              Are you getting the same errors?
                              Edhy Rijo
                              Progytech
                              (Computer Consultants)
                              The makers of CardTracking.Net
                              www.progytech.com

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