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Login Converted – Updated

Hi Everyone,

Version 2.7 of the Login Converter utility has been released.  This is a significantly faster version then the previously published one.  I highly recommend if you are using this utility to update to this latest version to take advantage of the improved speed as well as capability related to forms selection/import and correctness.

You can grab this version here:  

Cheers,

Still here…

Hi Everyone,

Things have been quiet from me for quite some time as I have been transitioning into a new organization but I hope to get back to providing updates and utilities here in the coming weeks.

I currently have a new version of Entry Inspector that is being readied that will have the following capabilities / fixes:

  • BugFix – Search Type – Display Name / Advanced Search Format – Will now accept view contexts and field display names in any all supported/installed locales, previously only English (the default) would function in this search mode, any other non-english view field labels in the query box would throw errors about not being valid fields.
  • Enhancement – Columns headers for results table to allow toggling between DB Names (current behavior) and Display Names based on the view context selected.
  • Enhancement – Ability to save & retrieve search queries by form/server
  • Enhancement – Ability to disable form load counts – In a couple of very large enterprises that use Entry Inspector, pointing to tables with millions of rows slows down entry inspector tremendously as every-time a form is selected it would wait while a count is returned to show the total number of entries in the form.  While in general, it is nice to see this information, for these clients it makes using tool cumbersome so I’m adding an opt-out option for this functionality, hopefully one day BMC adds a proper count stat into the solution that is self managed that could be leveraged to not have to do a SQL count to get this information accurately.
  • Maintenance – Updated all dependent libraries to the latest available and bundle the latest BMC Java API (9.1)

I am also exploring the possibility of having a ‘light-mode’ version that could leverage the new RESTful API rather then the Java API.  This might be useful if port access to the AR Server is blocked but RESTful/MidTier traffic is still allowed (possible use-case would be Remedy OnDemand instances…), wouldn’t have near all the capabilities available as using the Java API but for basic data access it might prove useful.  This will probably come in a different release then the items listed above though.

Wishing everybody a happy new year 🙂

 

Entry Inspector 2.0 Released!

Hi Everyone,

Version 2.0 of the Entry Inspector has been released.  Many new features and a brand new installer to go with it to ease installation and sharing of the utility.

Here is a summary of the major changes introduced in this version:

  • Packaged with new installer (if you require non-windows version, please let me know and I will provide one)
  • Added selected row counter to allow for knowing how many you have selected without having to drill into a specific function for a count
  • Added SERVICE as an action type in the Modify/ModifyALL functions that will trigger Service workflow
  • Changed Display, Modify & ModifyAll function windows from jDialog to JPanel so that they can be maximized/resized as needed
  • Fixed Replace function not being used when Action Type MERGE was selected (it was appending instead)
  • Added new Create entry capabilities, you can do a standard create or a merge create against any data form
  • Added Copy To New capability, you can do a standard create or a merge create based upon the selected entry that will pre-populate
  • Added support for properly expanding Keywords (e.g. $USER$) for modify/modifyAll/create operations
  • Added ability to set specific Merge options rather then always using defaults
  • Increased performance of ARX/CSV exports by roughly ~30-40% and lowered memory consumption by about 50% during exports
  • Added ability to ‘append’ ARX data rather than just overwriting every-time
  • Added a new Utility section on main interface and include an Execute SQL utility
  • Added a new Utility section on main interface and include an Execute Process utility
  • Added a new Utility section on main interface and include a Manage Attachments utility
  • Added a new Utility section on main interface and include a Manage Diaries utility

You can grab this version here:  

As always, if you are interested in a full version that removes the 20 record limit on actions, please click on the buy link below or email me at support@soleauthority.net to arrange payment.

 

Click below to Purchase

(Will re-directed to a PayPal storefront):


Upon check-out, you will receive your key via email in 1-2 business days.  If you have any questions at all pre/post purchase you can reach me at support@soleauthority.net

Cheers,

New version of Entry Inspector released – v1.4

Hi Everyone,

Version 1.4 of the Entry Inspector has been released.  Lots of polishing and stabilization on systems with limited memory with a couple of new features worth mentioning which include:

  • Manageable profiles from the login screen
  • Replace capability for Modify/ModifyAll in addition to Overwrite & Append functions

You can grab the latest version always here:  Entry Inspector

As always, if you are interested in a full version that removes the 20 record limit on actions, please click on the buy link below or email me at support@soleauthority.net to arrange payment.

 

Click below to Purchase

(Will re-directed to a PayPal storefront):




Upon check-out, you will receive your key via email in 1-2 business days.  If you have any questions at all pre/post purchase you can reach me at support@soleauthority.net

Cheers,