[EpiData-list] Manager and EntryClient - Identified bugs in latest release ?

epidata-list at lists.umanitoba.ca epidata-list at lists.umanitoba.ca
Wed Feb 4 03:08:04 CST 2015


Yesterday we found another bug which means that for a relational data system you can only enter one record in EntryClient at the "derived/sub dataform" level.

The bug has been fixed and an updated EntryClient will appear on the website after we have had time to test it for other aspects. Most likely the update will appear tomorrow. The list will be informed. The bug does NOT affect function for projects with only one dataform.

Regards

Jens Lauritsen
EpiData Association

On February 2, 2015, epidata-list at lists.umanitoba.ca wrote:
> Regarding the latest public release:
> _Manager_ *v2.0.0.25* _EntryClient_ *v2.0.0.10*
> 
> 
> During classes today (35 participants) for 5 hours I noticed very few problems aside from the following:
> 
> 1
> Users should be very much aware that they are NOT starting the software from within zip archives. Windows hides the actual folder type - unless you are aware of this.
> 
> 2
> EpiData Analysis:
> Some users had NOT installed the latest EpiData Analysis and could therefore not read the epx files created.
> Remedy: Check that you have V2.2 Rel. 2 (Build 183 ) (see caption).
> 
> 3
> In Manager: Ctrl+Z will NOT restore a deletion of a field - only moving the field to another position.
> 
> 4
> In Windows-8:
> Strange behaviour for three users having installed the software twice. They were not sure if they had taken the 64 or 32 bit versions. One pc in particular gave problems: After removing the installed versions and installing the 32 bit version, function was restored without problems.
> 
> 4
> A few bugs:
> a.
> If you select more than 2 project files for "double entry validation" - and then unselect files. Then the test of comparing the two files is NOT done.
> 
> Remedy: Deselect all files and just mark two of them for comparison. Then it works.
> 
> b.
> On Machintosh:
> Sometimes an entry field could be outside the "visible dataform" in EntryClient - and users could then not access that field
> 
> c.
> On one particular pc with Windows 8 the EntryClient confused period and comma during entry in a float field, rejecting saving of a given record. Upon "save of record" the program crashed. Problem was solved after removal of software and fresh install from EpiData website .
> 
> Please report problems and function as done previously. In particular on issues above.
> 
> Following end of the classes (mid March) I will attempt to release all exercises for download from the website.
> 
> regards
> 
> Jens Lauritsen
> Initiator and Coordinator
> EpiData Association
> Denmark.
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