This means that our upcoming platform release v Content for the Web Customization Editor has been updated to reflect the new functionality through its interactivity with MicroStrategy Web. The content has been substantially reorganized and rewritten for clarity and ease of use. Customers looking to move from a version that was released more than two years prior to the newest version should enlist MicroStrategy Consulting to help guide them through the migration. Can I use a feature release and platform release in parallel? The readme for the existing Flex sample Marker Mashup has been expanded to include an explanation of the underlying code. Tasks and Service-Oriented Architecture.
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Therefore, MicroStrategy will not issue hotfixes for feature releases. Based on product release schedules, Technical Support may choose to modify expiration dates so that expiration occurs later than the dates published above. Modifying the Class for a Java-based Task. Customizations Explorer has been updated to include new customization scenarios added in this version of the MSDL. New customization tasks have been added for the functionality to customize tasks.
Content for the Web Customization Editor has been updated to reflect the new functionality through its interactivity with MicroStrategy Web. You may also visit the MicroStrategy Community and join the conversation on updating your MicroStrategy software. Migration planning and implementation services are available through MicroStrategy Consulting and can be requested through your Account Manager. The mivrostrategy for DotNetNuke, a content management system whose modules mimic portlets, has been removed.
The readme for the existing Flex sample, Area Mashup, has been rewritten to reflect code changes. The shortened release cycle has made it easier to address your needs more quickly.
The image map coordinates file used by the visualization is now specified on a visualization properties editor, instead of on a dialog available from the visualization. Viewing XML for a Style. This sample represents an HR application in which users can modify existing employee information, such as the name of the employee, whether the employee is an micristrategy worker, the state where the employee lives, the marital nicrostrategy of the employee, and the employee’s pay rate.
Associating a Transform with a Style.
The readme and name for the existing Flex sample Writeback: New User Management tasks have been documented in the Tasks Reference. It compares this version to the previous version MSDL 9. Tasks and Service-Oriented Architecture. This pro-active change has enabled us to provide innovative improvements, feature enhancements, and quick-fixes in a more rapid and agile fashion to better support you, our valued customer.
Flattening Toolbars for a Document.
We anticipate platform releases will be delivered approximately every 18 months and will be supported for a total of 36 months. Click here to access the topic. As feature releases are released every three months. Containing fixes for important and critical issues including patch roll-up, and no MD update required.
Converting Tasks to a Web Service.
We want you to be able to adopt the latest innovations more regularly while having the ability to budget for your long-term upgrade roadmap. As the number of enhancements in newer MicroStrategy versions increases, migrating may become more challenging.
The readme for the existing Flex sample Marker Mashup has been expanded to include an explanation of the underlying code.
Older releases Older feature releases Platform releases New feature releases Versions 9. All of the changes they have made are written back to the microstratey warehouse at one time. We do understand that it can be challenging for some customers to keep up with this prompt pace and determine when the best time to upgrade to a newer version of MicroStrategy for their enterprise.
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This type of release is designed for specific feature requirements for those customers who want to gain access to the latest features and functionality, and are willing to embrace the added commitment of frequent upgrades.
A new topic, called Changing the Default Settings for Oblixprovides instructions on customizing Oblix when it is used as a trusted authentication provider with MicroStrategy Web. This means that our upcoming platform release v Dates will not be moved earlier than those posted above.