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M.App Enterprise 2019 Update 4 (16.6.364.4) is now available

by Community Manager ‎06-25-2020 05:15 AM - edited ‎06-29-2020 06:53 AM (408 Views)

The M.App Enterprise 2019 Update Update 4 (16.6.364.4) 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:

 

  • Improve performance of tile preloading for offline use
  • Update to latest HERE maps authentication methods
  • Update to latest LuciadFusion 2019 version (2019.1.08)
  • Update to latest LuciadRIA 2019 version (2019.1.10)
  • Update to Java 14
  • Several bug fixes

Please see the attached Release_Guide_MAE_16_6_4.pdf

Comments
by
‎06-25-2020 07:19 AM - edited ‎06-29-2020 02:48 AM

That's great news!

For which application type (desktop, web or mobile) does the highlight 'Improve performance of tile preloading for offline use' refer to? is there more details about this?

by
on ‎07-03-2020 01:52 AM

Thanks for the update! I noticed that the update installation procedure (from 2019 U3) won't finish if I choose the existing SSL certificate (signed by our internal CA). However, when I did "Create" a new self-signed certificate during installation for this machine the update finished correctly. Afterwards I could switch back to the previous certificate in IIS Manager.

I think the behaviour was different before. Was there anything changed in certificate handling/validation?

by
on ‎07-03-2020 01:55 AM

Hi @ArSeils,

 

just for your info: We had no problem with our SSL certificate (signed by external CA).

Maybe you should also have a closer look at your certifcate.

 

Regards

Stefan

by
on ‎07-03-2020 02:56 AM

@s.rutka thanks for mentioning. Yes, I just did another update on a server with an external CA signed certificate and this worked perfect. I could not detect any problems with our internal certificate so far.

 

Regards,

Ariane

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