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U2 Product Release: SB/XA v6.2.0

SBClient V6.2.0 updates include rebranding and bug fixes.

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Release Date: Monday, October 15, 2012

SBClient V6.2.0 updates include rebranding and bug fixes, detailed under the
"Enhancements and Fixes in V6.2.0" heading below.

  • In SBClient, the SBZ transfer protocol failed in binary and hex modes in
    the UniData edition on Windows. This issue was resolved in V6.2.0. SBXA-3262
  • A 64-bit version of the SBXAMAPIBridge component is provided to support
    TU.MAPI messaging with the 64-bit version of Microsoft Office in SBClient. The
    SBXAMAPIBridge64.msi program file is available in the SB/XA product download
    directory. SBXA-4572
  • In previous versions, an ActiveX control caused SBClient to fail. This issue
    is resolved in V6.2.0. SBXA-7999
  • In GUI mode, if you pressed F3 in a numeric field with a comma separator,
    the values were displayed incorrectly as zeroes. A fix resolves this problem
    in V6.2.0. SBXA-8294
  • The SBClient V6.2.0 splash screen and and launchpad are rebranded with the
    purple graphic for Database Servers and Tools. SBXA-8398
  • When using the GUI text editor (/GUI.TEXT.ED) in GUI mode, if a memo field
    contained 465 characters or more, char(10) was not inserted between rows. The
    code has been amended to correct this issue in V6.2.0. SBXA-8547
  • The GUI text editor (/GUI.TEXT.ED) failed in GUI mode when value marks were
    inserted in F3 intuitive help. The code has been amended to prevent this
    problem in GUI mode. SBXA-8833
  • In SBClient, a toggle in a grid returned an error if it used a table
    definition with three different values in the internal code, display text,
    and input code, and if Allow NULL was set to N in a validation. Both client
    and server code were amended to prevent this error condition in V6.2.0.
  • In SBClient running on Microsoft Windows 7 or Windows 2008 x64, selecting
    View > Clipboard Viewer returned the error "CreateProcess 'clipbrd.exe'
    failed. error(2) - file not found." The clipbrd.exe file is not supplied with
    Microsoft Windows 7 or Windows 2008, so the View > Clipboard Viewer option has
    been removed from the SBClient menu. As part of this change, a paragraph
    regarding the Clipboard Viewer has been deleted from Chapter 1, "Introduction
    to SBClient," in the Using SBClient manual. SBXA-9108
  • The SBClient device licensing dynamic link library (DLL) has been updated
    to version SBXA-9138
  • Check boxes (toggles) on a subscreen did not work correctly in a multivalue
    group in GUI mode. This issue is resolved in V6.2.0. SBXA-9218


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    • SSL/TLS secures connections to the MultiValue server and encrypts data in transit for protection from snooping or eavesdropping. Third parties can also validate and accredit our cryptographic modules for FIPS 140-2 compliance.
    • Automatic data encryption ensures only trusted users with the encryption key can view data. Stolen data is rendered useless without the encryption key.
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