Lucity Service Release for iPad® and iPhone® for Lucity 2015r2

Clients on Lucity 2015r2 and earlier can download an update (1.63) to the Lucity mobile application for iPad® and iPhone®.  This release resolves the following issues:

  • Work order start dates and end dates were sometimes saving as a null value instead of using the start and end date from the tasks.  This was happening because when you backed out to a new parent work order from a subtask, the mobile application was not getting an updated copy of the work order from the server to display on the form.  This change affects more than just work orders but work orders is the most commonly reported workflow.  One effect of this change is that users may get a prompt that they have unsaved changes on the work order, even if they do not make any manual edits after backing out to the work order.  This is a known issue with this release.  The Lucity 2.0 application (Lucity 2016) does not have the problem with tasks dates not saving properly.
  • Numeric fields which have a decimal field used to require the user to enter a leading 0 if they are entering a decimal value less than 1.  For example, the software would require they enter 0.25 instead of .25 for a numeric field. This issue also exists in the Lucity 2.0 application (Lucity 2016), but will be resolved in the next release of this version.
  • Sometimes when attaching a photo after accessing the photo library from Lucity, the camera would freeze. This issue also exists in the Lucity 2.0 application (Lucity 2016), but will be resolved in the next release of this version.
  • Clients using custom port configurations were unable to use the Create Work Order button on views. This issue also exists in the Lucity 2.0 application (Lucity 2016), but will be resolved in the next release of this version.

We also would like to announce that we will no longer be providing fixes for iOS 7 specific issues. We recommend all clients upgrade to a more recent version of the iOS operating system.

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