11.5.8 The following are the new items added for this release:
Added Ability to Resize the History Detail Dialog
You can now resize the History Detail dialogue box in order to expand to see more details or contract to hone in on specific areas of interest.
Ability to Update Hierarchy IDs Incrementally in Datamart
The Datamart -update option now incrementally updates the hierarchy IDs if there are any changes in the requirements tree.
Ability to Save Filters across All Projects
When in the Requirements Grid, you now have the ability to save any filters across all projects. A dialog appears asking if you want to save across all projects. Click Yes to save across all projects. Click No to keep the filter in the current project only.
Support for Microsoft Visual Studio 2017
Caliber Author now supports Microsoft Visual Studio 2017.
Support for Apache Tomcat 8.0.50
Caliber Review now supports Apache Tomcat 8.0.50.
Increased Time before Being Logged out of Caliber Visualize
A Timeout field has been added to the Caliber Visualize Integration Configuration wizard on the Caliber Data Server Integration Configuration page. Type the number of minutes you would like a Caliber Visualize browser session to remain idle before Caliber Visualize terminates the session. When a sessions times out, login again to continue. The Caliber Visualize server must be restarted in order for timeout updates to take affect.
Support for Apache Tomcat 8.5.29
Caliber Visualize now supports Apache Tomcat 8.5.29.
Caliber Data Server
Support for Microsoft Windows Server 2016 Standard Edition
Caliber Data Server now supports Microsoft Windows Server 2016 Standard Edition
The following items have been fixed for this release:
RPI 1113321: Single Selection List - Selection of Entry by Typing Letters/ Numbers
When typing numbers or letters in a selection list, the list now jumps to the correct area corresponding to the series of numbers/letters were typed.
RPI 1113329: Data Loss when Editing Embedding Word Files
When clicking on an embedded object and using Edit Object from the menu, the requirement is locked to other users. If, however, doubleclicking on the same embedded object, Caliber Author does not lock the requirement. This issue has been fixed so that both result in a consistent lock