iDashboards Enterprise service release v10.6c was released today.
This release includes the following items:
- Added a feature to the viewer interface that will refresh the browser page at a set interval. This refresh will cause the browser to reload the iDashboards application and build a new memory cache. The purpose of using this is to ensure the browser cache is cleared occasionally when a single dashboard remains on the screen and the session remains alive by means of a chart/dashboard auto-refresh interval value. Using this feature requires a manual process each time it is going to be used. First, open a dashboard in the viewer interface. Then, add the following tag into the URL as shown below (values range from 10-300 minutes)
- &lrm=### (where ### is the number of minutes between each page reload)
- Original URL: http://localhost:8080/idashboards/view?dashId=167
- Modified URL: http://localhost:8080/idashboards/view?dashId=167&lrm=60
- The embedded viewer interface now includes detection for mobile.
- Example: When using the embedded viewer interface, via guest login, visitors using a PC might experience a 1300x800 full-screen dashboard while visitors using a mobile device will experience the 1-frame mobile experience.
- Fixed an issue when generating a PDF Report that was related to inserting images into the content dialog found on the cover page or header/footer configuration pages.
- Changed the design of reports so that 'null' no longer appears as a chart data value (now it will appear blank). This will match the method used within the Chart visuals and within the Chart "View Chart Data" feature.
- Fixed an issue where the profile images could only be saved by users with the admin role.
- Fixed an issue where input parameter sliders were not appearing while in the viewer interface.
- Fixed an issue within the Form builder when repositioning a field group.
- Fixed an issue where the Default formatting for numbers would place a symbol on the Grouped/Counted values of the Report Chart. For example, placing a "$" symbol before the counted number "23" is incorrect.