This version fixes a bug where table titles can be missing for data linked tables
This version contains the following updates
1. Fixed a bug in Multi-Vessel Merge which could cause the report generation to fail
2. Implemented an option to rotate a report table
3. Added totals values into the split data report tables
This version updates the HSE Incident data entry to add in an advanced options switch which turns on the entry fields for investigation reporting
This version fixes a bug in the synchronising of some setup tables.
There’s also a minor update to change the spelling of “Harbor” to “Harbour”
This version adds in an option to load the vessel track from a Nortek Current Meter data file onto the main CheckPoint map.
This version adds in options to position check either the first P1/S1 and R1 record or to check all the records.
This version adds in a new “Split Shot Number” SEGY decoding option. This option splits the shot line and point number out from the Field Trace Number (cols 13-16) and loads the receiver line and point number from cols 171-172 and 173-174 respectively.
This version updates the checking of Px/11 Positions by adding a “Minimum Position Difference” setting – an error message will only be shown if the positions are different by more than this value
This version contains the following minor updates
- Update Bin Grid Colours for Separate Flexed and Unflexed Colour Schemes
- Updated Application Title and Main Binning Display to show Flexed and Unflexed Status
- Updated Map Display Expansion to work with unrotated display
This version contains an update to the inter-database sync process.
In order to sync properly, CheckPoint needs to download the data entry status of the remote database. Previously this was only performed on a regular download frequency – usually every minute for LAN connections and every 5 minutes for Internet connections. Thus it is not immediately apparent if the remote database is changed in any way.
This version adds in an option to poll the remote database to determine if anything has changed. This small poll message is received very quickly and if it indicates the remote database changed, the local CheckPoint then gets the full status data notifying the user of the change.
For a local LAN connection, setting the “Maintain Connection” to Yes and the Polling Frequency to 1 second should allow instant notification of any remote database changes.
For an Internet connection, the Maintain Connection is set to No by default. It can be turned on with the Polling Frequency set to suit the local connection type.
As part of this change, the Sync process (both inline in CheckPoint and using the Sync Manager) has been fully tested and a number of bugs fixed.
For this new functionality to work, both the local and remote CheckPoint systems must be using v1.3.86