Looking Into Lucity >> October’s Issue

October is turning out to be an exciting month here at Lucity headquarters.  Our hometown team, the Kansas City Royals, is playing in the World Series for the first time in 29 years! Our Kansas City crew is having fun watching, talking about, and even attending the games.  For some insight into why we love the local “Boys in Blue”, check out this blog entry from their biggest fan, who happens to be Lucity’s Vice President: Let’s Root, Root, Root for the Home Team!  And follow along as we tweet our support and pics from the games on Twitter and Facebook!

Service Pack 2 Released for 7.60 and 2014 >>>

Earlier this month, we announced the release of service pack 2 for both Lucity Version 7.60 and Version 2014.  These service packs are available for download from our Support Center by organization administrators with download privileges.  If you are an organization administrator, you can also view a “Patch List” for each release, which will let you know what fixes are included with each service pack, to help you determine if you need to update.

What’s New >>>

With our 2014r2 release, we included a new tool called Import & Update that provides additional functionality over our previous import tool.  Melissa Armstrong, GIS Support Specialist, covers not only how to use the tool to do typical imports, but also how you can use it to create grouped import settings and also use it to update records that already exist in Lucity.

Focus On >>>

In the final installment of our four-part series covering the Lucity GIS Tools, we focus on our highest-level GIS Manager Tools.  In this video, Eric Daniel, GIS Applications Developer for Lucity, presents the tools he developed for GIS administrators in ArcCatalog to integrate and maintain the connections between your GIS system and your Lucity data.  The video covers some administrative functionality, some ways to check and validate your connections, and how to add and maintain the connections between the two systems.

In Case You Missed It Last Month >>>

 From the Lucity Blog >>>



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