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M.App Enterprise 2019 Update 3 (16.6.287.3) is now available

by Community Manager ‎02-21-2020 11:02 AM - edited ‎04-03-2020 10:47 AM (1,510 Views)

The M.App Enterprise 2019 Update Update 3 (16.6.287.3) is now available.

 

The full install is available for download at the Hexagon Geospatial downloads website.

 

Instructions to install this release:

 

Prerequisites:

 

  • Microsoft .NET 4.6.1 or higher
  • IIS 8 or higher
  • Supported databases
    • PostgreSQL 9.4 and later
    • Microsoft SQL Server 2012 and later
    • Oracle 12c and later
      • Requires Oracle 12c ODAC or higher (64-bit) on client

 

Highlights included:

 

  • AI Operators in Geoprocessing
  • 3D Visualization & Analytics
  • LuciadFusion & LuciadRIA integration
  • File based vector formats
  • Java Plugin API for Desktop Client
  • Workflow display fixes for right-to-left languages
  •  Feature Analyzer
    • Live layer support
    • Multisurface features as primary feature
    • Better handling of tooltips on additional datasets
    • Several fixes to improve stability
    • Feature Analyzer fixes including Feature clustering
  • M.App Editor and RiaClient  
    • Update to latest LuciadRIA library
    • Enable basic java script customization for new app type '3D map' in M.App Editor
    • Better handling of vector layers on initial map load
    • Expose LuciadRIA library to enable customization 
  • LuciadFusion installer
    • Update to latest LuciadFusion version
    • Minor bug fixes

Please see the attached Release_Guide_MAE_16_6_3.pdf

Comments
by
on ‎05-11-2020 12:57 AM

@cweindl , no,  under Windows Settings > Apps > Apps & features

 

there's only the title of the App

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by
on ‎05-26-2020 03:45 AM

@tmart 

 

My settings on my server look a little different then yours:

settings.png

 

But you can open the registry with the command line and regedit to view your version under HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE SOFTWARE:

regedit.png

by
on ‎05-26-2020 04:12 AM

thanks for the hint @cweindl found it

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