Uniface 9.6 Service Pack MX06 available for A82, HPK, HPM, LIB, LU6, RSD, SO9, VI1, W32 and W64

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

Uniface 9.6 Service Pack MX06 is available for A82, HPK, HPM, LIB, LU6, RSD, SO9, VI1, W32 and W64 on Uniface Downloads: https://download.uniface.com/downloads/Uniface/servicepacks/9606/ The information about the included bug fixes can be found shortly on the page with the Patch Listing for release 9.6.06 – or in the ReadMe of the Service Pack (e.g. https://download.uniface.com/downloads/Uniface/servicepacks/9606/w32/w32mx06.txt). 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. What’s New in Uniface 9.6.07 (MX06) ======================= Uniface 9.6.07/MX06 features enhancements to the UHTTP component to support binary file transfers using REST-compliant APIs. UHTTP enhancments ---------------------------- You can now integrate Uniface applications and cloud-based data storage services such as Amazon, DropBox, Google Drive, and Microsoft OneDrive that provide REST-compliant APIs. To enable this, the Uniface UHTTP component has been enhanced to support binary file transport. The UHTTP component is Uniface's HTTP client and has operations that enable you to integrate communication with web sites (including REST-compliant services), implement basic browser functionality, and so on. Other Changes -------------------- + Uniface no longer supports the z/OS platform. Internalized labels of command buttons and check boxes are now documented. Updates for MX06 ------------------------ + UHTTP proxy authentication is now available for Windows platforms. For compatibility reasons, it is not used by default.    To ensure that the default behavior is the same on all platforms, set the logical UHTTP_WPOST_FORM in the [LOGICALS] section of your assignment file. + You can now use handles to component instances as parameters to 3GL callout operations. + You can now set timeouts for a Uniface existence check (uec) and connection verification check (vfy) in the Uniface Router assignment file. These timeouts should only be used if required.    It is also possible to set these on the network path setting in the client’s assignment file.

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