Version History (Version 6)

Modified on Tue, 13 Apr, 2021 at 3:38 PM

ProSite is constantly being improved to offer better performance and more flexibility. Improvements and revisions to ProSite V6 are listed below : 

17/07/2017 : Version 6.0.0

  • Initial Release of Version 6.0.0

22/09/2018 : Version 6.0.1

  • Resolved issue with storing logs
  • Updated Remote and Local SQL Server selection to allow user to type as well as select from drop down list

02/10/2017 : Version 6.1.0

  • Added warning to user that instruments are still in local database indicating an incomplete return from site
  • Added ability to synchronise and lock site numbering schemes

27/11/2017 : Version 6.1.3

  • Improved handling for null values in databases with incomplete data

29/11/2017 : Version 6.1.5

  • Added automated release of numbering scheme in the event of a failed export

18/01/2018 : Version 6.1.11

  • Improved compatibility with legacy traceable instrument tables where fields are missing or increased in length by customer

13/08/2018 : Version 6.2.0

  • Automated backup of local database prior to import and export.
  • File paths are now stored and read from the server database.
  • Updated to support new procedure database implemented in ProCal 6.5 and above.
  • Checkbox added to copy across customised uncertainty tables and methods.
  • Logs each export and records the number of instruments/jobs copied and then re imported to be viewed later via a crystal report for information purposes.
  • Added the ability to add a blanket PO number when re importing site work.
  • Added the ability to only update instrument status and job information if a new job has been performed, otherwise skip the instrument.

NOTE - Version 6.2.0 and above requires the use of ProCal 6.5 (or above)

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