Dodeca Version 7.7.3
November 05, 2019 - Build 6997
This version of the Dodeca uses the .NET Framework, version 2.0, Service Pack 1 and higher on the desktop. The components used in this version of Dodeca are SpreadsheetGear 2017 (18.104.22.168), NetAdvantage 2011, Volume 1 (11.1.20111.2042), Aspose.Cells 22.214.171.124, Syncfusion Essential Studio 126.96.36.199, and GdPicture.NET 11.0.6.
This version of Dodeca has two server-side services that run inside a Java Application Server. The Dodeca service is supported and tested on Java 1.6. The Dodeca-Essbase service for all Essbase versions prior to, and including, Essbase 188.8.131.52 are supported and tested on Java 1.5. The Dodeca-Essbase service for all Essbase versions 184.108.40.206 and higher is supported and tested on Java 1.6. Both services are known to run on Java 1.7, 1.8, 1.9, and 1.10.
This release contains the following changes:
OutlineExtractServletPathsetting has been added to the Essbase Connection metadata. The setting specifies an alternate servlet path used exclusively for outline XML extraction when the
ServletPathfor the connection cannot be used.
For example, when the
ServletPathfor the connection uses HTTPS, and the outline extraction is performed behind a firewall, which does not accept SSL connections.
OutlineExtractServletPathis specified, the
ServletPathis used. #2385
|Workbook script methods that were explicitly disabled in 220.127.116.1170 or 18.104.22.16819 become enabled when viewed or executed in 22.214.171.12470, 126.96.36.19909. or 188.8.131.5276.|
Prior to 184.108.40.20670, the only way to effectively disable a method was to set the MethodCondition to FALSE. Beginning in 220.127.116.1170, a method can be explicitly enabled or disabled in the Workbook Script Editor through the toolbar, context menu, or the shortcut key. A disabled method is indicated by a dark gray background.
If you used this capability to disable methods in 18.104.22.16870 or 22.214.171.12419, and you subsequently upgrade to 126.96.36.19970, 188.8.131.5209 or 184.108.40.20676, the methods that were disabled will become enabled and actually be executed by the script. The methods would have to be explicitly disabled again using the Workbook Script Editor and committed. Alternatively, you can upgrade to 220.127.116.1197, which honors the disabled status regardless of which version was used to disable the methods.
If you began using this capability to disable methods in 18.104.22.16870, 22.214.171.12409 or 126.96.36.19976, the disabled methods are retained as disabled, and the workbook scripts will run as intended in these and all subsequent releases. #2383