Uniface 10.2.01 Patch F101 available for LIB, LU6, RSD, SO9, W32 and W64

Author: daniel.iseli@uniface.com (diseli)

Uniface 10.2.01 patch F101 has been released and is available for LIB, LU6, RSD, SO9, W32 and W64 on Uniface Downloads: https://download.uniface.com/downloads/Uniface/patches/10201/ The information about the included bug fixes can be found shortly on the page with the Patch Listing for release 10.2.01. As of Uniface 10.2.01 the bug fix information will no longer be available in the ReadMe's, but only online. Please note that you must have a user account to access the Service Pack on the Uniface Downloads site. To receive an account, you will have to register first. User accounts are currently NOT linked to other Uniface sites such as Uniface.info.

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  1. Updates for F101
    Issue Number Description
    31348 For triggers that have default behavior, but which contain only non-executable code (such as comments), Uniface automatically migrates them so that they continue to use default behavior, but only if they are defined for objects that cannot inherit: Components that are not derived from modeled components    Modeled components    Supertype entities    Fields in supertype entities When migrating triggers that have default behavior, you may get the following message: Warning: 1000 Compilation of trigger/operation Module of type:Object resulted in an empty module; this disables its default behavior
    31362 Some user interface changes have been made to application shell properties: * More Properties has been renamed to Window/App * The Other tab in the Define Windows Application Shell dialog has been renamed to Window and is now the first tab.
    31406 It is now possible to include custom plugins in your mobile apps. These enable you to use other or alternative plugins to the supported Apache Cordova plugins supported by Uniface. You can specify the URLs of custom plugins in the Custom Plugins ( APP_CUSTOM_PLUGINS) property of the mobile application shell.
    The Migration to Uniface 10 documentation has been enhanced to explain changes in the way entries are inherited and compiled in Uniface 10. These changes may affect application functionality.
    The What's New documentation has been updated to explain that relationships between modeled entities are defined in the Many entity of a One-to-Many relationship, rather than in the One entity. This makes it easier to add the necessary foreign key field, which must be defined in the Many entity. A graphical entity explorer enables you to view the one-to-many and supertype-subtype relationships of an entity and navigate to related entities.
    Corrected instruction for converting private key with certificate chain from a p12 to PEM format.

    Author: diseli (daniel.iseli@uniface.com)