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Friday, November 1, 2013PrintSubscribe
Account Manager: Managing Projects

Navigate to http://manage.codeontime.com/pages/projects.aspx.

Projects configured for synchronization are displayed here.

Viewing a list of projects.

The project can be marked as deleted by pressing Delete on the action bar. Users will not be able to share changes with other project members if the project has been deleted.

Select “Deleted Projects” from the view selector in the top-right corner to view a list of deleted projects.

Viewing deleted projects by using the view selector.

Restore the project by pressing “Restore” on the action bar.

Restoring a deleted project.

Use the view selector to return to the list of active projects. Click on the Project Name link in the first column to view a list of revisions.

Viewing a list of revisions for a project.

Revisions can be deleted and restored in the same fashion as described above. Note that deleting a revision will prompt all users to update the project the next time they access the Project Designer. Upon update, all transactions associated with the deleted revision will become undone.

Details of the project can be viewed on the Project Info tab.

Viewing the details of a project.

Switch back to the Revisions tab, and click on the revision link in the Created On column. The list of all transactions from the revision will be displayed.

List of transactions.

Details of the revision can be seen on the Revision Info tab.

Viewing the details of a revision.

Return to the list of all projects by clicking on the “Projects” link on the menu bar.

Friday, November 1, 2013PrintSubscribe
Account Manager: Registering Purchases

First, navigate to http://manage.codeontime.com/pages/purchases.aspx.

You will see a list of purchases tied to the current account. The user limit and expiration date is also displayed.

The "Purchases" page displays a list of purchases associated with the account.

Add a new purchase to the account by pressing Register Purchase on the action bar. Enter  the payer email and activation code, and press OK. If the purchase is found but not yet registered in the Account Manager, it will be added to your account.

The payer email and activation code is entered in the Find Your Purchase form.

Note that the new purchase must be of the same edition as the original purchase of the account.

Monday, October 21, 2013PrintSubscribe
Miscellaneous Hot Fixes

Code On Time releases 8.0.1.0 introduces the following features and hot fixes:

  • Learn about new synchronization service and how to share Project Designer changes with other developers involved in your project. Use Team Foundation Service to implement version control of application source code.
     
  • SharePoint Factory apps will not raise exceptions when a Web Part is inserted in a live page of a SharePoint site.
     
  • New property Access allows the data controller views to be exposed on public pages. The default value of the property is “Private”. Anonymous users are not authorized to see data views placed by developers on publicly available application pages. Set "Access" property to "Public" to allow anonymous users to interact with the view.
     
  • Rich text input mode of data fields will not cause an exception in a mobile client.
     
  • Synchronized Project Designer change logs of legacy applications will be correctly merged after automatic refresh.
     
  • Property ApplicationServices.Version correctly treats application version as a string. The previous implementation may have resulted in a compilation error when generated on computers with some European locales.
     
  • Permalinks will not cause exceptions in the Mobile Client.