Release 225 - March 2022

Release 225 is now live! Read below for some of the highlights.

:bar_chart: Analytics

  • Added support for timescale representation of datetime values on the x-axis in One Operation chart
  • Added a histogram display option to the one operation chart
  • Added an x-axis time bucketing for timestamp fields for table analyses
  • Included the metadata fields “Date Created” and “Date Updated” to the table fields selectable in the analysis editor
  • Added ability to select “Created At” or “Updated At” as a reference field for the “Date Range” of table analyses
  • Can create new or select existing app, table, or machine analysis from the Analysis widget within App.

:iphone: App Editor

  • You can now hold the Shift key while dragging widgets in the App Editor to constrain their movement to the up, down, left, and right directions.
  • Clicking alt/option + drag will now create a duplicate widget (or widgets if multiple are selected)
  • Keyboard shortcuts for various actions in the App Editor are now documented in the relevant menu items for easier reference

:computer: Stations, Devices, and Machines

  • You can now view and manage all of your display devices via the new display devices page. Learn more about this new page here
  • Machine Attributes will always sync when the data source reports a different value. Previously it was configurable to ignore the first value upon Connector Host restart.

:lady_beetle: Fixes

  • Unique values table aggregations are now working with table queries sorted on metadata fields (fields created automatically such as “created at”)
  • App completions now load faster thanks to performance improvements
  • Stations no longer go missing when moved between station groups with an active station name filter in the stations page
  • The “is not in” table filter will now function when the argument is empty
  • Mapping an attribute to an OPC UA tag no longer causes the OPC UA connector to restart
  • Boolean values from OPC UA tags are no longer converted from true/false to 1/0 on the old machines page