Highlight of the release
- Detail view for records (or forms)
Detail View / Forms
We're introducing a "detail" view.
- It lets you see one record, vertically.
- It's great because records now have a permalink!
- - PLAYSQL-222Getting issue details... STATUS In the setup, we require a schema name when in spreadsheet mode (read-write). The reason is, if there is no schema name, the last schema will be used, and if it's a JNDI connection pool, the previous connection may have changed schemas.
- - PLAYSQL-222Getting issue details... STATUS In the setup, we've fixed the space drop-down. It lets you set different connection details for a given space than the global connection.
- - PLAYSQL-219Getting issue details... STATUS Fix a bug with the User picker and Page picker for cells. We've used the new menu/autocomplete API that we've created in PLAYSQL-194 (see below).
- - PLAYSQL-218Getting issue details... STATUS Fix minor bugs for Internet explorer.
- - PLAYSQL-194Getting issue details... STATUS The menu for the rows couldn't appear. We've replaced Confluence's default menu system with our own one, because the API changed too often and doesn't respond to Play SQL's needs.
- - PLAYSQL-206Getting issue details... STATUS We use an external plugin named "PSEA" to export to Excel. The plugin is shared between Play SQL and Requirement Yogi, which decreases the memory requirements by 15Mb for instances where both are installed. PSEA must be present, and is installed when Play SQL is installed.
- - PLAYSQL-125Getting issue details... STATUS is the issue for the delivery of the detail view / forms.
- The "PSEA" plugin will be installed together with Play SQL Base or Spreadsheets. It is required. It performs the Excel exports.
- As explained above, the Legacy SQL Macro is removed. Please do not upgrade if you still require it.
- If you upgrade from Play SQL 2.6, there are new requirements:
- Requires Java 7,
- Requires PostgreSQL 9.2,
- Requires Confluence 5.3,
- From November 2015, requires IE10 (see Atlassian Confluence's end of support announcement for IE9).
- If you upgrade from Play SQL 2.9, there are schema changes:
- You may wish to back-up your database before upgrading.
- See Release Notes 2.10 - Upgrade Guide for more information,