FrameFlow Newsletter – April 2017

v2017.1: It’s Here!

The long awaited v2017.1 has been released and is now available both for licensed customers and for those who are still in the evaluation phase.

The new release is packed full of new features including new event monitors, personal dashboards, new dependency options, new dashboard panel types and much more.

Two of the biggest changes are the move to 64-bits and a new high performance database that replaces our previous file-based data store.

The move to 64-bits has the biggest impact and there are some things you should be aware of. First, if you have the FrameFlow interface running on IIS, you’ll need to change a setting in your application pool to disable support for 32-bit apps. The configuration utility gives complete instructions on this.

Second, if you have ODBC event monitors you’ll need to redefine your datasources as 64-bit DSNs otherwise the new 64-bit FrameFlow service won’t be able see them. Similarly if you are using our Oracle event monitor you will need to install the 64-bit Oracle Client otherwise your event monitors will not be able to connect.

FrameFlow Newswire

We just released v2017.1 but the next release is already in an advanced state of development and will include a brand new event monitor that can run checks on encabulators sold by various industry leaders:

Newswire: FrameFlow Announces New Encabulator Event Monitor