Release Notes

Below are details of our most recent releases.

21st May 2019

Some of the key highlights of this release include:

  • Reprint limit of 200 jobs
  • Reprint trigger

Reprint limit of 200 jobs

We fixed an issue which resulted in not all reprinted jobs completing as intended. As an example, a given order has 150 items within it, and each item has 2 components. If this whole order would be reprinted, this would create a total of 300 jobs to go through production. We had an issue, that would not allow more than 200 reprint jobs to be created at the same time.

This has now been resolved, and we ensure that all reprints, regardless of total job size, will be created and produced as expected.

Reprint trigger

We have added a new trigger event within SETUP, which allows you to configure HTTP or Email triggers based on whether orders have been reprinted.

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9th May 2019

Some of the key highlights of this release include:

  • Invalid Workplan Product Conditions
  • Removed Customer Inbox

Invalid Workplan Product Conditions

When you are configuring your product workplans we have added highlighting to help identify invalid conditions that have been set up. In the below example, you can see that fields and the condition itself are highlighted red if there is an issue:

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Removed Customer Inbox

We have deprecated and removed the Customer Inbox section that was within the Orders tab.

31st April 2019

Some of the key highlights of this release include:

  • Order submission error handling

Order submission error handling

We have added extra validation when orders are submitted to our API. Specifically, we now throw an error if both the fetch and localFile attributes are set to true:

"components" : [
     {
          "attributes":{},
          "path": "https://s3-eu-west-1.amazonaws.com/oneflow-public/CardSample.pdf",
          "code" : "card",
          "fetch": true,
          "localFile": true
     }
],

30th April 2019

Some of the key highlights of this release include:

  • Workplan Editor Improvements

Workplan Editor Improvements

We have improved the wording within the product workplan configuration screen to be more obvious to users. This is specifically around the Skip Condition functionality.

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We also now allow skip conditions to be set up within product workplans after a merge step.

Finally, we resolved an issue for lookup attributes, and how they were stored as part of the workplan configuration.

29th April 2019

Some of the key highlights of this release include:

  • Bug Fix: workplan condition evaluation in print steps only

Bug Fix: workplan condition evaluation in print steps only

We resolved an issue that could appear within workplan conditions. This would appear if a workplan condition was using sub batch data within a print step, and resulted in the step not evaluating correctly.

Bug Fix: showing inactive events

We resolved an error for users using the new Scheduling feature, where inactive events were incorrectly being shown in the left navigation.

24th April 2019

Some of the key highlights of this release include:

  • Bug Fix: removing device options
  • Bug Fix: account settings empty drop-down

Bug Fix: removing device options

We resolved an issue where users could not successfully remove some device options from the device view page. The configuration would look like it was being removed, but if a user went back into the configuration, the device options were still linked.

Bug Fix: account settings empty drop-down

PrintOS users were experiencing an issue on the accounts page, where a drop-down list was incorrectly empty. We have resolved this, so now sync agents correctly display.

8th April 2019

Some of the key highlights of this release include:

  • Bug Fix: scan all on reprints
  • Bug Fix: fetch all impositions
  • Bug Fix: removing a template from a trigger
  • Active event types within workplan branches
  • Remove a switch step
  • Allow consecutive switch steps
  • Bug Fix: allow inactive event types
  • Bug Fix: options for lookup attributes dropdowns
  • Sanitise invalid conditions
  • Dropzones

Bug Fix: scan all on reprints

If a user scans to dispatch live jobs, a modal appears asking if the user would like to scan all jobs at the same time. We resolved an issue where this same logic was not applying for reprint jobs.

Bug Fix: fetch all impositions

If an account had more than 200 impositions, we realised that we never showed all impositions in a drop-down list within the work to list. This has been resolved, and we now show all impositions available on an account.

Bug Fix: removing a template from a trigger

We resolved an issue where users could not successfully remove a template from a trigger. The system would look like it was being removed, but if a user went back into the configuration, the template was still linked to a trigger.

Active event types within workplan branches

We now enforce that switch steps within workplan product configuration can only be active event types. For example, Assembly is not allowed to be used within branches.

Remove a switch step

We now allow users to remove a switch step within product workplan configuration.

Allow consecutive switch steps

We now allow users to build more than one switch step within product workplan configuration.

Bug Fix: allow inactive event types

We resolved issues on workplan product configurations, that used inactive event types.

Bug Fix: options for lookup attributes dropdowns

We added fixes for users using lookup attributes on product configurations.

Sanitise invalid conditions

When configuring product workplans, if invalid conditions are set up and saved, we ensure that all these conditions are automatically sanitised, so the workplan can operate without any issues.

Dropzones

We improved the workplan product configuration screen, by removing dropzone areas. This means that users will run into fewer issues overall when dragging events to specific steps within the workplan.

1st April 2019

Some of the key highlights of this release include:

  • Hide production route for not batched orders
  • Bug Fix: Remove quantity column for the shipments billing report
  • Bug Fix: Incremental step for imposition gutter uses any
  • Bug Fix: inactive package types

Hide production route for not batched orders

As you know, we updated product workplans to dynamically change production routes based on configurable plans with conditions. As a result, we have removed workplan references on the order detail page, as the workplan is only decided after a batch is created, rather than on order submission.

Bug Fix: Remove quantity column for the shipments billing report

We have removed the quantity column within the Production Billing Report, for shipment data.

Bug Fix: Incremental step for imposition gutter uses any

When configuring Gutters and Margins on impositions, we resolved an issue where some fields would increment as decimal places instead of whole numbers (0.1 instead of 1).

Bug Fix: inactive package types

Rather than show all package types in the dispatch manual package builder, we now only show active package types.

28th March 2019

Some of the key highlights of this release include:

  • Bug Fix: Reprint action is logging out users

Bug Fix: Reprint action is logging out users

We resolved an issue where some users would incorrectly be logged out of the system if they tried to create a reprint order.

27th March 2019

Some of the key highlights of this release include:

  • Better Order Submission Error Messages

Better Order Submission Error Messages

We have improved some error messages that appear on the Orders/Submission Errors page.

25th March 2019

Some of the key highlights of this release include:

  • Batch by filters
  • Performance Improvements

Batch by filters

Note: your account must be configured with Scheduling and the new Work-To Lists

We extended our batch by filters to include other data types, as previously we limited this filter to only search by attributes with text values.

Performance Improvements

Note: your account must be configured with Scheduling and the new Work-To Lists

We added some overall performance improvements to the new work-to lists.

21st March 2019

Some of the key highlights of this release include:

  • Multi-device support
  • Work-To list improvements
  • Workplan Improvements

Multi-device support

Note: your account must be configured with Scheduling

When configuring a product’s workplan on a given work step/event we allow multiple devices to be configured. When batches and jobs are ready for production and are scheduled, we now automatically assign that work to one of the devices enabled based on what device is available for the work. For example, if the default device has other work scheduled for the next 8 hours, but the second configured device is available in 4 hours, the work is scheduled against the second device.

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Work-To list improvements

Note: your account must be configured with Scheduling

We added some improvements to the look and feel of the new Work-To list pages based on feedback we had received from customers. These include:

Including showing more information such as the current work name in the top bar and allowing substrates to be filtered.

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When filtering by BatchedBy attributes, we used to show all values in the initial filter list. We now show the BatchedBy option in the filter list, before showing all attribute options in a second drop-down list.

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If a user is interacting with the work-to list we added a feature, to not update this list until they have stopped interacting with it. An example is if more batches were created and appeared in this list, a user used to be interrupted in their current action.

For PrintOS users, we also resolved an issue that appeared when devices were removed from the PrintOS account and this synced back to our system.

Workplan Improvements

We made a few improvements to the look and feel when configuring workplans for products. We now show a new DEFAULT label for the default device configured, as well as only show imposition settings for the default device, and not for other configured devices.

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When configuring workplans for products, it was possible to leave empty conditions within the configuration, which caused issues. We now ensure that empty conditions are not stored within workplans.

13th March 2019

Some of the key highlights of this release include:

  • Bug Fix: smaller screen support

Bug Fix: smaller screen support

We added some improvements in the Production section of the system, to look better for smaller devices.

7th March 2019

Some of the key highlights of this release include:

  • Bug fix: workplan step conditions

Bug fix: workplan step conditions

We resolved an issue that was introduced around step conditions within workplans, when configuring a product.

28th February 2019

Some of the key highlights of this release include:

  • Intersoft as an shipping integration type

  • Bug Fix: external infotechs show correct thumbnail

Intersoft as an shipping integration type

We have added a new shipping integration type: Intersoft. Users can use this new shipping integration type by configuring shipping courier services.

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Bug Fix: external infotechs show correct thumbnail

We resolved an issue where a series of Infotechs had no thumbnail placed into the file, specifically for files using external infotechs.

26th February 2019

Some of the key highlights of this release include:

  • Ability to choose the weight display unit (g,oz,kg,lbs)

  • Autoflow modal refresh button

Ability to choose the weight display unit (g,oz,kg,lbs)

In the system we have the option to select grams and ounces from within account settings. When sending information to the carriers, these are converted into KG’s and LB’s. We have added the option to have LB’s as an account settings option so that the UI will display the expected unit to the user.

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Autoflow modal refresh button

When users are viewing or creating flows in AutoFlow from the product component configuration screens, we added a new Refresh button, so users can ensure they are always seeing the latest changes made to their flow.

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21st February 2019

Some of the key highlights of this release include:

  • Fixed analytic reports

  • Create new flows open in a new window

Fixed analytic reports

We resolved issues where the Outbound Report and Shipment Summary was showing incorrect data, based on a specific customers timezone. The data in the system was correct, however the data shown was not correct, due to an error with showing data for the correct timezones.

Create new flows open in a new window

When users are creating flows in AutoFlow from the product component configuration screens, we made a change to ensure a new tab is opened for the user, once they click on Create New Flow.

14th February 2019

Some of the key highlights of this release include:

  • The Analytics section of SiteFlow now uses the account timezone, not the browser timezone

  • Autoflow integration: create a flow using the component as template

The Analytics section of SiteFlow now uses the account timezone, not the browser timezone

Rather than use the default browser timezone for the Analytics data and the section, we now ensure we use the account timezone in the settings section, when viewing this data.

Autoflow integration: create a flow using the component as template

If you have a subscription to our AutoFlow product, you can set products to run certain flows in AutoFlow as pre-press actions automatically. This done on the product component configuration page. To make this integration easier, we have included a Create New Flow button, when clicked, will take the user to the AutoFlow application, and it has already imported all of the product component information to that flow.

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7th February 2019

Some of the key highlights of this release include:

  • Populate greensheets with up to 100 related jobs (also known as sub-batch manifest)

  • Limit the number of JDF entries/rows to 6K

  • Allow users to change the block size of a sub-batch

We now support Job Level information in greensheet data Packets from templates.

Limit the number of JDF entries/rows to 6K

We have added additional validation to our JDF viewing within SiteFlow and on submission to press. As such, we have limited the number of JDF rows, viewable and submittable to 6k.

Allow users to change the block size of a sub-batch

Users can now adjust the block size of a sub-batch on the sub-batch detail page, within the Batch Templates section.

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January 2019

Some of the key highlights of this release include:

  • Filter shipments by couriers

  • Bug fix: disappearing attribute values

Filter shipments by couriers

When viewing all shipments, we have added a new filter for users to filter shipment by couriers.

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Bug fix: disappearing attribute values

We resolved an issue where on occasion, inconsistently, attribute values were automatically unchecked on the product configuration page, after other updates were made on the product.

November 2018

Some of the key highlights of this release include:

  • Bug fix: holidays using the wrong format

  • Bug fix: trigger template visibility

Bug fix: holidays using the wrong format

We resolved an issue where specific holidays were stored in the wrong format. We now ensure all holidays are stored in UTC.

Bug fix: trigger template visibility

We fixed an issue where all templates were not visible. A customer was trying to create a trigger using a specific template that was not visible to them. This was because we were only loading the first 200 templates.