Uniface 9.7.03 Patch G312 available for HPK, HPM, LIB, LU6, RSD, SO9, W32 and W64

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

Updates for G312
Issue Number Description
New Functionality The Pathscrambler utility has been enhanced to use AES-256 encryption. This can be used not only for path specifications, but also for values of logicals, logon strings for the /log command line switch, or other sensitive information in assignment files.
New Functionality The line continuation marker %\ can now be used in assignment files as well as in Proc.
- The urouter.asn file contains the setting $PRIV_MON_USER which identifies the privileged user account under which the Uniface Router runs, and which can be used to start and stop Uniface Routers and Servers using the Uniface Router Monitor or the UROUTMON component.

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  1. Uniface 9.7.03 patch G312 has been released and is available for HPK, HPM, LIB, LU6, RSD, SO9, W32 and W64 on Uniface Downloads: https://download.uniface.com/downloads/Uniface/patches/9703/ The information about the included bug fixes can be found shortly on the page with the Patch Listing for release 9.7.03 - or in the ReadMe of the Patch (e.g. https://download.uniface.com/downloads/Uniface/patches/9703/w32/w32g312.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.  

    [Update: March 22, 2017] IMPORTANT: this patch has been withdrawn (for details see)

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