Uniface 10.3

Author: daniel.cabero@euralis.com (cabero)

Thanks for any news about the UNIFACE 10.3 release ! we are looking forward to test this Client/server Release with 9.6 portability. Daniel

17 Comments

  1. We don't have a firm date at this time, as we've going through a replanning exercise to. The goal is to get it delivered in 2016. 

    The next update for the Web Edition (10.1) is in the second from last sprint, that has some nice features including the first phase of the version control. That should be available in January.

    We're also planning to have an online update (I'm hoping sometime in January) to go over what's new and to specifically talk about the version control as we had quite a few discussions on in at recent Developer Conferences. Hoping to get a date set for that next week. 


    Author: Adrian Gosbell (adrian.gosbell@synapse-i.jp)
  2. Hi Adrian, you mentioned for the next 10.1 update: "That should be available in January." as the U10 license expires Jan 4th: will we "Early Asopters" get automatically another extended license so we can continue experimenting over the "holidays" ?   Greetings from Frankfurt/Germany, Uli Merkel


    Author: ulrich-merkel (ulrichmerkel@web.de)
  3. Adrian Gosbell said

    The next update for the Web Edition (10.1) is in the second from last sprint, that has some nice features including the first phase of the version control. That should be available in January.

    We're also planning to have an online update (I'm hoping sometime in January) to go over what's new and to specifically talk about the version control as we had quite a few discussions on in at recent Developer Conferences. Hoping to get a date set for that next week. 

    As Jan 2016 is near the end: Are there any revised dates now? Greetings from an ice-cold Frankfurt/Germany


    Author: ulrich-merkel (ulrichmerkel@web.de)
  4. ulrich-merkel said
    Adrian Gosbell said

    The next update for the Web Edition (10.1) is in the second from last sprint, that has some nice features including the first phase of the version control. That should be available in January.

    We're also planning to have an online update (I'm hoping sometime in January) to go over what's new and to specifically talk about the version control as we had quite a few discussions on in at recent Developer Conferences. Hoping to get a date set for that next week. 

    As Jan 2016 is near the end: Are there any revised dates now? Greetings from an ice-cold Frankfurt/Germany

    Uli, at this time right now, there is not a revised date. We are working on some really cool plans and activities around Uniface 10 which  will be communicated shortly.  In regards to the pre-release which is are currently using. If you wish to get a new license, please contact your sales rep in the first instance. 


    Author: Adrian Gosbell (adrian.gosbell@synapse-i.jp)
  5. Hello Adrian Concerning Uniface dev 10.3  (Client/server), you wrote in december 2015 "We don’t have a firm date at this time, as we’ve going through a replanning exercise to. The goal is to get it delivered in 2016" Do you have any information more now ?  could we expect this release for sept/oct 2016 ? Thanks  for any information about the roadmap. Best Regards Daniel


    Author: cabero (daniel.cabero@euralis.com)
  6. cabero said Hello Adrian Concerning Uniface dev 10.3  (Client/server), you wrote in december 2015 "We don’t have a firm date at this time, as we’ve going through a replanning exercise to. The goal is to get it delivered in 2016" Do you have any information more now ?  could we expect this release for sept/oct 2016 ? Thanks  for any information about the roadmap. Best Regards Daniel  

    Interesting timing. I briefed the Uniface org yesterday about the Uniface roadmap. there is a customer facing Statement of Direction which should be posted on Uniface.com this week. Yon can also contact your account rep and he/she can email it directly for you.  I will put it up on here also, I'm not sure it will be this week. 


    Author: Adrian Gosbell (adrian.gosbell@synapse-i.jp)
  7. Great !  Thank you Adrian


    Author: cabero (daniel.cabero@euralis.com)
  8. Any news here?


    Author: sochaz (zdenek.socha@fullsys.cz)
  9. http://unifaceinfo.com/forum/unifacetechnicalsupport/uniface-statement-of-direction-sod/#p6050983


    Author: Adrian Gosbell (adrian.gosbell@synapse-i.jp)
  10. Is it still on frame for Q1 2018? Larry


    Author: adkinsl (adkins.larry@gmail.com)
  11. Unlikely. The decision has been taken that Uniface 10.3 will have the TLS driver in it's entirety (Client Server and Web), and will be built with the MS VS 2015 compiler and distribution. This is different to what we originally planned and communicated, so we think it will be Q2.  The up side, is that while this work is completed, we continue to add functionality to Uniface 10.3. At the moment, the additional menu functionality is being completed. 


    Author: Adrian Gosbell (adrian.gosbell@synapse-i.jp)
  12. Hi Adrian, i think getting the ADDITIONAL menu back (with its direct access to data in the active form) is worth the wait. TIA, Uli


    Author: ulrich-merkel (ulrichmerkel@web.de)
  13. I heard that 10.3 is pushed to Q2 2018 so in anticipation of migrating customers that are buying new workstations......can you please provide the correct MS Visual C++ 2015 redistributable package (vcredist_x86.exe) so I can get it included on a pc image so I'm ready to roll soon after migration from U9.6/9.7/10.2? A link to the actual download on Microsoft's website is preferred, but a version # that I can look up will do as well. TIA, Larry


    Author: adkinsl (adkins.larry@gmail.com)
  14. Something else we are desperately waiting for is a file based repository. We know there is the March Hare UD6 driver, but we don't really see the point of using a 3th party integration tool when native support for a file based repository is on it's way. Any news on the plan date for it ? Glad to see progress in the menu additional Kiss Without it we are not able to use Uniface 10 since we use the menu Additional for Source Control integration.


    Author: wimmme (wim.vaneupen@xperthis.be)
  15. wimmme said Something else we are desperately waiting for is a file based repository.

    Repository/database based is much better :-) It's easy to search for and modify dedicated trigger. The only problem with the database are the overflow tables. Hope, UnifAce will convert them to "text" or "varchar(max)" :-) Ingo


    Author: istiller (i2stiller@gmx.de)
  16. adkinsl said I heard that 10.3 is pushed to Q2 2018 so in anticipation of migrating customers that are buying new workstations......can you please provide the correct MS Visual C++ 2015 redistributable package (vcredist_x86.exe) so I can get it included on a pc image so I'm ready to roll soon after migration from U9.6/9.7/10.2? A link to the actual download on Microsoft's website is preferred, but a version # that I can look up will do as well. TIA, Larry  

    Hi Larry, We are using Visual Studio 2015 with update three as our new environment for developing Uniface. You can download the updated distributable packages from the following location: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=53587


    Author: Mike Taylor (michael.taylor@uniface.com)
  17. istiller said
    wimmme said Something else we are desperately waiting for is a file based repository.
    Repository/database based is much better :-) It's easy to search for and modify dedicated trigger. The only problem with the database are the overflow tables. Hope, UnifAce will convert them to "text" or "varchar(max)" :-) Ingo  

    This is not correct, when having multiple developers working on one repo db (like we do) it gives us problems. Also we have different versions and it would be easier with file based repo then database Also when making a new release we can do merge of the changes (from TFS), now it is not possible.


    Author: Stijn Courtheyn (stijn.courtheyn@xperthis.be)