Mobile Warehouse Release

Lucity has released an update to Lucity 2.0 Warehouse (2.2) for use with Lucity 2016, Lucity 2016r2 and Lucity 2017. In addition to resolving several bugs, this update adds support for:

  • Camera scanners
  • Account numbers and vendors for some transactions
  • Transaction Templates
  • TLS Compliance

The update is supported for iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad, Android Phones and Android Tablets. It can be downloaded from the Google Play store or the Apple App Store from your device.

If you have any suggestions, please feel free to leave a comment below or visit us at Lucity Listens.

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Windows Server 2016, SQL Server 2016, and Lucity 2016r2 SP1

This week we released Lucity 2016r2 SP1. The service pack includes a new dashboard import/export, a quick lookup for parts, and bug fixes. It also includes support for Windows Server 2016 and SQL Server 2016.  It can be downloaded from our support portal for users with access to software downloads.

Updated specifications for Lucity 2016r2 can be downloaded here. Older releases of Lucity will likely also work with SQL Server 2016 but will not be tested and we will not be making fixes to support SQL Server 2016 in those releases. The database unification process included in Lucity 2015r2 will not be tested by Lucity on SQL Server 2016. If you intend to move to SQL Server 2016, we suggest you consolidate your Lucity databases first.

The Lucity 2017 release is expected to be released mid February 2017 and will also include support for Windows Server 2016 and SQL Server 2016.

iOS Release for Lucity 2.0

Clients using Lucity 2016 or Lucity 2016r2 can download a new release for Lucity 2.0 (2.4) for iPad® and iPhone®. This release includes the following:

  • ATS Compliance (TLS 1.2)
  • Changes to the application colors
  • Support for Quick Lookups
  • Support for Show All in pick lists
  • Support for logging device location
  • Added an Add button on forms
  • Added a Show in Map button on forms
  • Added a search in the Modules Menu
  • Support for remembering last layer on Find and Multi-Select in the map
  • Show in Map callout is now like the Identify callout
  • Support for longer texts in map attributes
  • Disabled Delete on Multi-Select in grids
  • Various bug fixes

If you have any suggestions, please feel free to leave a comment below or visit us at Lucity Listens.

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Lucity iOS clients will require Forward Secrecy with SSL beginning Dec 5, 2016

As previously announced, the Lucity Mobile 2.0 application for iOS will require SSL with TLS 1.2 starting next week.  In addition, SSL must be configured to support (perfect) forward secrecy using the Elliptic Curve Diffie-Hellman (ECDHE) key exchange.  This requires cipher suites installed on Windows Server to support this key exchange.  The order of the cipher suites will also affect whether perfect forward secrecy is supported.

These requirements are due to new Apple Security Requirements which require all submitted apps to adhere to Application Transport Security (ATS) before the end of 2016.

If you have any questions or need help figuring out whether your servers will support the new requirements, please contact Lucity Support.

 

Lucity iOS Clients will require SSL (TLS 1.2) beginning Dec 5, 2016

Users of Lucity Mobile for iPad or iPhone with Lucity 2016 or Lucity 2016r2 will receive an update next week which requires TLS 1.2.  These new requirements are necessary to meet new Apple requirements.  There is no backdoor or work around.  Lucity Mobile Server must be deployed with SSL and must support the TLS 1.2 protocol. We announced this in a previous blog post but want to put out another warning to make sure everyone is ready!

Microsoft Windows Server 2008r2 does not enable TLS 1.2 by default.  If you have Lucity Mobile Server deployed on a Windows Server 2008r2, you must take manual steps to enable TLS 1.2 on these servers.  This article contains some details about the steps to enable TLS 1.2 on Windows Server 2008r2.

Please see the post discussing the forward secrecy requirement as well.  This is also a critical requirement for iOS clients.

If you have questions or concerns, please contact Lucity support.

iOS Service Release for Lucity 2.0

Clients on Lucity 2016 or Lucity 2016R2 can download an update (2.3) to the Lucity mobile application for iPad® and iPhone®. This service release addresses the following issues:

  • Resolves issue with adding to an existing work order from the map
  • Resolves problems interacting with the map while offline

If you have suggestions, please feel free to leave a comment below or visit us at Lucity Listens.

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Android Service Release for 2.0

Today Lucity released an update to the Google Play ™ store for Lucity Mobile 2.0 (Build 3) for use with Lucity 2016 and Lucity 2016r2. This update adds: support for offline Asset Tree and Data Drill expansions; support for remembering the last selection for Find Assets, Edit Features, and Multiple Select in the map; and support for Canadian date formats. It also changes what is displayed in the map Find function (layer name instead of feature name) and addresses various bugs.

The update can be downloaded from the Google Play™ store from your device. To enable updates automatically, open the Lucity Mobile 2.0 details page on Google Play on the device and check the box that says “Allow automatic updating.”

If you have any suggestions, please feel free to leave a comment below or visit us at Lucity Listens.