iOS Release for Lucity 2.0

Today, we published a new release for Lucity 2.0 (2.27) for iPad® and iPhone® and it is now live on the App Store. It includes the following:

  • Adds an option for choosing a category when creating work orders from assets in the map (requires Lucity 2019 or higher)
  • Adds an option for using the old method for creating work orders from Assets in the map if the user does not want to prompt for templates (for Lucity 2019 or higher)
  • Resolves issues with Creating Work Orders from the map in earlier server versions (18r2 and earlier)

Users on Lucity 2018r2 and earlier will continue to use the old method of creating work orders from the map.  The new options for templates and choosing a view are only available for clients on Lucity 2019 and higher.

For clients who do not have default categories configured for all their assets and want their users to be able to continue to create work orders without a template in the map, the option to prompt for a category is now available.

If your users do not like the new changes that prompt for a template when creating a work order from an asset in the map, your users now have the option to use the historic work order creation methodology.  This is configured in Settings on the device.

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

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iOS Release for Lucity 2.0

Clients on Lucity 2016, Lucity 2016r2, Lucity 2017, Lucity 2017r2, Lucity 2018, Lucity 2018r2, Lucity 2019, Lucity 2019r2, or Lucity 2019r3 can download a new release for Lucity 2.0 for iOS (Version 2.26). This release includes the following:

  • Adds barcode scan button to toolbar in landscape on iPhone
  • Dark mode support
  • Supports getting log files without a mail client
  • Adds support for parent properties on forms
  • Adds support for specifying a template when creating a work order
  • Adds support for prompting for a view when creating a work order
  • Changes the pick addresses and pick point tools to show a callout
  • Changes Map Select Features to show layer names instead of asset type
  • 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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Android Release for Lucity 2.0

Clients on Lucity 2016, Lucity 2016r2, Lucity 2017, Lucity 2017r2, Lucity 2018, Lucity 2018r2, Lucity 2019, Lucity 2019r2, or Lucity 2019r3 can download a new release for Lucity 2.0 for Android (Version 2.7 Build 33). This release provides support for:

  • Creating Work Orders from Templates in grids
  • Creating Work Orders from Templates for  locations in the map (Addresses and X/Y)

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

 

Android Release for Lucity 2.0

Clients on Lucity 2016,  Lucity 2016r2, Lucity 2017, Lucity 2017r2, Lucity 2018, Lucity 2018r2, Lucity 2019 or Lucity 2019r2 can download a new release for Lucity 2.0 (Version 2.7 Build 32) for Android. This release provides support for the following:

  • Asset Class Forms (requires Lucity 2019)
  • Date fields in redlining features

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

Important changes coming in 2019r2 when using the Esri® World Geocoding Service

Starting with version 2019r2, ArcGIS Online service credits will be required to perform certain tasks when Esri’s ArcGIS World Geocoding Service has been set as the system default geocoding service within Lucity.

There are many tools, services, and applications provided with Lucity that use a geocoding service.  Some of these tools will take the results of the geocoding service and store them in the Lucity database.  It is this action, saving the results of the ArcGIS World Geocoding Service to the Lucity database, that will start using your ArcGIS Online service credits.

More information on this change including what actions, if any, you should take when preparing for the version 2019r2 upgrade can be found in this knowledge base article.  Please contact a Lucity support representative if you have any questions or concerns related to this change.