What's New in Version October 2014

Tuesday, September 30, 2014 by Karin Huber

The new version October 2014 (1.29) is downwards compatible to version March 2013 (1.10) and later. You can use all of these versions in a single account simultaneously.

Changes in the New Version

Redesigned Time Sheet Templates

Time cockpit has had support for time sheet templates for years. Until the last version, templates could be found in time cockpit's ribbon. In the latest time cockpit version we completely redesigned time sheet templates. The two most important changes visible to you as an end user are:

  1. We moved the templates away from the ribbon into a separate tab.
  2. We now support scripts as a data source for time sheet templates. As script allow you to access nearly any data source (locally installed and available via web), this open endless possibilities for generating templates from other applications.

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As announced last month, we have made more performance improvements this month. This time we have focused on the client database. If it takes some time to open the time sheet form in the calendar in your environment, the new version may improve the loading time significantly.

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Radio Buttons in Filters

Radio buttons in forms have been available for a long time. Until now, it was not possible to use them in the filter area. In the new version you can replace combo boxes by radio button lists also in filters.

To add a combo box to the filter you simply have to specify a BoundCell with the name of the relation as FilterPath. Relations are displayed as combo boxes per default. If you want to specify more detailed information for the combo box you can also use the RelationCell instead. This allows for example to add filters or to choose the display property.

<BoundCell FilterOperator="=" FilterPath="APP_JourneyMeansOfTransport" />

If you want to show radio buttons instead, replace the BoundCell or RelationCell by the RadioButtonCell. Every combo box entry will be displayed as radio button.

<RadioButtonCell FilterOperator="=" FilterPath="APP_JourneyMeansOfTransport" />

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