Clarion 10 update (November)

Today we released another update for C10. This build has a change to the VIEW engine; the engine now returns any GPFs that occur inside the View engine as errorcode 90, and the exception details are returned by a call to Fileerror(). It also has a fix for a regression whereby if you had a TIME(0) or TIME(1) column defined in MSSQL Server, and you did a BUFFERed retrieval, the time data would not come back correctly. We’ve also updated the Windows API prototypes to use the corresponding handle names instead of simple data types (LONG,SIGNED,etc.)

There are also numerous new features and changes (and some fixes) for the H5 technology based on feedback from all of you. Expect to see some nice speed improvements.

C10 update is out

Today (Sept 28) we released an update to Clarion 10 (free to all subscribers). This build fixes a problem (regression from a recent build) with the code generated by the compiler to push DECIMAL CONSTANTs with a fractional part to the decimal stack (affected both Decimal and Real data types).

And for those publishing web apps using H5, the App Broker has a fix for handling MEMO fields (> ~2500 chars) where you might get a time-out during an update.

Clarion 10 updated

We just released today (Sept 23) an update for Clarion 10. This build corrects a regression in the ODBC driver layer that affected TABLEs that had defined DECIMAL fields in the FILE structure that were smaller than the definition(s) in the SQL database. It also delivers fixes and new features for the H5 web app layer. You can read all the changes here

Clarion 10 new release is out

We just released (September 13) an update to Clarion 10; build 12327. We’ve updated the H5 template again in response to your feedback, including support for a javascript calendar and a date-time selector. There is more control from the template on the html output, and a lot of new functionality that you requested. The build also has some key fixes for the ODBC driver, and the SQLite driver.

You can read about all the changes here.

Clarion 10 update

We just released (Aug 11) an update to Clarion 10; build 12278. This release is available, free of charge, to all Clarion developers who have an active subscription plan. You can read the list of changes here.

We’ve updated the H5 template again in response to your feedback. There is more control from the template on the output, as well as new functionality, and fixes for reported problems.
I’ve postponed updating the new videos until the template UI settles down, so expect some next week.

Clarion new release – H5 updated

We just released (Jul 22) an update to Clarion 10; build 12258. This release is available, free of charge, to all Clarion developers who have an active subscription plan. You can read the list of changes here.

We’ve updated the H5 template to deliver some new bootstrap features and improved the HTML output. There is also more control from the template on the output, as well as fixes for reported problems.
I’ll post updated, and new videos, that highlight the H5 changes/features (all are listed in the readme).

Clarion 10 – new release

Today we released an update to Clarion 10; build 12104. This release is available, free of charge, to all Clarion developers who have an active subscription plan.

The update contains a number of important bug fixes and stability enhancements. We recommend that all developers upgrade to the latest version of Clarion 10 to maintain the highest level of performance and reliability. You can read about all the changes in this release here.

If you haven’t already renewed your subscription, now is the perfect time. Go to the Clarion store.

New release for Clarion 10

We released the first update in 2016 for Clarion 10 yesterday (Feb 5th). In addition to a number of useful fixes and changes, and a couple of new features, (read all of them here), we’ve now dual signed SHA-1/SHA-2 all redistributable components.

There is a useful article on MS technet site technet article which leads of with this:

Effective January 1, 2016, Windows (version 7 and higher) and Windows Server will no longer trust new code that is signed with a SHA-1 code signing certificate for Mark-of-the-Web [This link is external to TechNet Wiki. It will open in a new window.] related scenarios (e.g. files containing a digital signature) and that has been time-stamped with a value greater than January 1, 2016. This cut-off date applies to the code-signing certificate itself.

With the Clarion redistributables dual signed you’ll still be able to deliver your products on pre-Windows 7 devices.

Happy New Year to all Clarion developers!

Status update: Last week we sent out a pre-release for beta testing, we’ll have a regular public release out early in January.

From everyone at SoftVelocity, thank you for your continued support for the tool we all love; Clarion.

Happy New Year! and we look forward to delivering updates to you in the new year.