Tore Senneseth

I work as a software engineer at Profitbase where I spend most of my time in Visual Studio, writing C#, XAML, CSS, HTML, JavaScript and TypeScript to make InVision a better product.

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InVision 2.7.0 released!

InVision 2.7 marks the beginning of a series of releases that will focus on making the platform cloud native. Although InVision runs fine in the cloud today, we can do even better. We aim to integrate closer with cloud platforms  and services, and utilize cloud features smarter to provide better solutions to our customers. It …

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InVision 2.6.1 released!

InVision 2.6.1 introduces 23 new features and enhancements. The most interesting new feature in this release is probably the support for macros in SQL Reports and SQL Scripts. Macros enables you to use C# to dynamically generate SQL queries at runtime, before they are executed. You no longer need to concat a string using SQL …

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Macros in InVision

Macros can be used in Reports and SQL Scripts to dynamically create and execute SQL queries at runtime without using SQL string concatenation to construct them and sp_executesql for execution. Macros are written in C#, which offers great flexibility for creating both simple and very complex macros.

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InVision 2.6 Released

Hello world! The focus for version 2.6 has been about improving filtering capabilities and adding support Form Schemas, which provides a new way to build complex data entry forms. Form Schemas enable you to quickly create complex data entry forms. While it is possible to create forms in previous versions of InVision, it is inflexible …

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InVision 2.5.0 Released

In addition to a number of new features and enhancements, the most important change in 2.5 is a change we’ve made to the core component of the system which handles the identity of the data rows in the database. When upgrading an existing instance, the installer will automatically do all the necessary steps, but it …

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InVision 2.4.2 Released

Version 2.4.2 is a service release with a few fixes and enhancements. Nothing new and exciting, but we’re working on something…:)

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InVision 2.4.1 Released

This is mostly a service release with enhancements to existing features and fixes for a number of issues. We’re focusing most of our time and resources on the new desktop designer, but we’ll continue to provide regular releases to fix important issues and add highly requested features.

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InVision 2.4.0 Released

With version 2.4, we’re introducting version 0.1 of the new InVision Desktop Designer that lets you develop Web Functions and customize the Home Page Layout without editing the deployed .cshtml-file. We will gradually port (and improve) every feature from the SL designer to the new desktop designer, but for the time being, you’ll have to use …

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InVision 2.3.0 Released

A new release of InVision is ready, and it contains some new very useful features and enhancements. Check them out below. The most powerful new feature added this time is probably the ability to easily embed custom JavaScript computation libraries that can be used in spreadsheet formulas, where each spreadsheet gets its own compute instance. This …

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InVision 2.2.2 Released!

“From all of us, to all of you, a merrInVision christmas!” The December release is here with some new features and improvements. Some key features this time is Export to Excel, improved rendering of filters based on jagged dimensions, and that new members can be added to Workflow State Context Objects during a Workflow without requiring …

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