This release of InVision mainly focuses on improvements to deploying and upgrading packages, and improvements to working with dimensions. It also contains a number of other fixes and improvements to existing features.
InVision 5.1 is here with cool new features and improvements for supporting the upcoming Planner 5 release.
We’re happy to announce that InVision 5.0 is finally released! The star of the v5.0 show is the Work Process and Versioning feature, which makes it very easy to work with multiple version of different work processes such as forecasting, budgeting or any type of planning process.
We’re happy to announce the release of Profitbase InVision 4.0!For InVision 4.0 we’ve made a significant effort in moving from .NET Framework to .NET Core on the backend, and from AngularJS to React on the frontend. We made these changes in order to ensure that we can continue to innovative and deliver the best possible … Read more
After a long wait, we’re happy to announce the release of InVision 3.0! As you can see below, we’ve been busy adding new features to the platform and improving what’s already there. Creating the new Designer has been a major effort, but the new platform opens up new possibilities that we plan to take full advantage of in the future. Please read the entire blog post to discover the new and enhanced capabilities of the platform, and make sure to read the upgrade instructions carefully. Hope you like what we’ve done!
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 is important to note that even though we’ll focus on cloud platform features, we will still support on-premise solutions 100%, and all features will be available on both configurations.
As a side note, this release contains 11 new features and 7 fixes or enhancements 🙂
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 and then execute it using sp_executesql. For details about how to use macros, you should read this blog post, which goes into details on the subject.
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.
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 and too time consuming because each Form Element is an isolated entity with its own load, save and validation logic. With Form Schemas, you can create complex forms with automatic data persistence, validation, custom calculations and business logic, styling and layout. Form Schemas are displayed in Workbooks, and have actions and events like all other Workbook component.
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 is very important that you back up the Solution database before upgrading in case an error occurs (network, disk, etc).