Upcoming downtime (11-12, December)
This coming weekend, December 11th & 12th, we will be deploying new functionality to BlueDolphin.
A key feature of the upcoming release will include history on editable views. In addition to the history on objects, it will be also possible to view the history on editable Architecture and Logical Data views. After this release, changes made to a view are logged and can be viewed on the "History" tab from the view. History is logged on the view for objects, relationships, shapes, lines, data connections and view information such as name changes and sharing with others. The view history will show information about the changes that have been performed on the view and logs, per action, what edits were made, by whom, where and when they occurred. History on editable views will be logged from December 13th.
In addition to the history on views, a number of other items will be released:
- Sorting in open view dialog
- Show loading indication when making view official on data views
- ‘Save as’ for official processes
- Filter remains active when using the search function
- Correct naming publish view
Please be aware that after this release we will only support the Stable Channel of Microsoft Edge and Google Chrome. We recommend using these two browsers for the best experience.
Further details, including documentation, will follow after the release.
In the meantime, please be advised that BlueDolphin may be less accessible over the weekend of December 11th &12th.
We apologize in advance for any inconvenience while we work on upgrading BlueDolphin.
Questions? We are more than happy to answer them — please contact us.
Hello Renso J,
You are right, we should be more specific. Therefore, I will adjust this post.
Thank you for your feedback. :)
Sveta, could you please clarify 'official versions of Chrome and Edge'.
I expect the target audience of BlueDolpin is not the kind to go to GitHub, make a fork or clone of the repository, adapt, and rebuild their own unofficial version ;)
There are a lot of official versions of Chrome and Edge, they are split in Release channels.
I think you mean that BlueDolpin will only support the Stable Channel of Microsoft Edge and Google Chrome. But you must be specific in this because the Canary Channel of Microsoft Edge is also an official version.0
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