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Cumulative Update 2 (CU2) for UMT360 for SharePoint 2013 SP1

Written by admin on September 20th, 2015 at 7:44 am

We are pleased to announce the release of the UMT360 for SharePoint 2013 SP1 (2014 release) – Cumulative Update 2 / CU2. Cumulative Updates include all previously released public updates and private hotfixes. We strongly recommend that any patch and release is validated in a non-production environment first before being applied to production environments.

Here’s the list of fixes and improvements addressed:

  • Core Financial Capabilities
    • Addressed issues with Change Request approvals for Financial Dimensions used by multiple Enterprise Financial Types, with one of the Financial
    • Dimensions being marked as read-only in at least one of the other Enterprise Financial Types
    • Fixed display issues with over-encoding special characters used for Financial Nodes and Allocation Centers
    • Resolved scenarios where financial grids in the Change Request dialog were displayed multiple times after switching back and forth between the Absolute and Difference modes
    • Added a new Copy Financial Dimension option that allows copying both Actuals to Budget for past periods and Forecast to Budget for future periods in a single step (Change Request)
    • Addressed issues with the UI aggregations in the financial grids being incorrect under specific scenarios when using Internet Explorer 9
    • Resolved display inconsistencies when using Financial Dimensions set to not show decimals
  • Performance and Reliability
    • Improved reliability of Queue jobs triggered by bulk opening closed or submitted financial periods
    • Improved reliability of Mapped Custom Field updates when approving multiple reporting periods at a time
    • Improved handling of scenarios where an associated SharePoint site (workspace) does not exist
    • Addressed queue jobs failures when publishing project plans using local resources
    • Improved reliability of Queue jobs when updating reporting tables for projects with changes saved at different detail levels and reporting periods
    • Improved reliability of Queue jobs when updating reporting tables for Enterprise Financial Types for which configuration has been changed so that values can only be added at the allocation center level when values for the same entity were previously saved on different settings
  • API
    • Exposed new pre- and post-events for interacting with updates to Actuals periods: OnActualsPeriodStatusChanging and OnActualsPeriodStatusChanged
    • Exposed new pre- and post-events for interacting with Change Requests: OnChangeRequestChanging, OnChangeRequestChanged, OnChangeRequestStatusChanging, OnChangeRequestStatusChanged, OnChangeRequestCreating, OnChangeRequestCreated, OnChangeRequestDeleting, OnChangeRequestDeleted
  • Other
    • Resolved hard-coded navigation to projectdetails.aspx in the Relationships web part
    • Fixed the ability to add users that have the same display name but different Active Directory accounts to the people picker column
    • Improved layout for text columns with multiple lines of text
    • Addressed issues with the Save button for an UMT360 Form not triggering data saving for all web parts in the form
    • CAL allocation is now properly updated when users are removed from synchronized groups
    • Improved layout for the Change Request and Actuals Approval emails by removing unneeded whitespace

Visit the UMT360 Product Version History page  for version details.

Customers and Partners can download CU2 via the online portals on www.umt360.com.

Thank you,
The UMT360 Team

A Good Start Makes All The Difference

Written by Hubie Sturtevant on September 1st, 2015 at 12:47 pm

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It’s back-to-school time. And that means a fresh start for kids just looking for an opportunity to learn and grow. This year, the UMT360 team is hoping to make a difference for a few foster kids here in Washington state. Because each fall, thousands of them head back to school, and too many lack the essentials to succeed in the classroom.

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