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Internationalization: Multilingual Catalogs

Catalogs in enaio® offer the advantage of using fixed terms in the index data (in contrast to free text fields) in order to prevent typos or the creation of different designations when being filled in by individual editors.

List, hierarchy, and tree catalogs have now been made available specifically for multilingual enaio® systems in such a way that editors with different language backgrounds can see and use these catalogs in the index data, search forms, hit lists, and the details preview in their respective selected language. Focusing the catalogs and selecting a criterion can be done using the keyboard.

Saving the values is done on the basis of a technical value, thereby achieving a high level of downward compatibility with previous catalogs. Catalogs can easily be converted from monolingual to multilingual.

Multilingual catalogs can be provided for the workflow as of version 11.10.

Possibility to Switch to 'Natural sorting' in Hit Lists

With the release of enaio® 11.0, natural sorting can be applied to hit lists in addition to the alphanumeric sorting that was previously used in clients.

Natural sorting, which the user can select in their client settings, provides for better sorting of hits in all hit list types, especially for complex compound search criteria consisting of letters and numbers.

Examples of the sorting mechanisms:

Alphanumeric Natural











Negative Values in DMS Decimal Fields Are Displayed in Red Text

With the release of enaio® 11.0, in object lists (for example, in hit lists, locations, portfolios, or in the inboxes of subscriptions and follow-ups) and index data forms, negative numeric values in decimal fields and decimal table controls can be displayed in red characters. Users can turn the function on/off via the menu item Settings > Other > Negative decimal numbers.

Adjusting the Time Stamp for Follow-ups

Until now, there was a time restriction when creating follow-ups. Follow-ups could only be created with a time stamp < 2038. With the release of enaio® 11.0, follow-ups can now be created up to the year 3000.

Internationalization: Structure Tree Catalog is Now Unicode Capable

The structure tree catalog now supports Unicode fonts as abbreviations and descriptions.

In the ANSI client, the structure tree is displayed with ANSI data only. If UNICODE DATA is present, an error message is displayed. The UNICODE structure tree add-on can read both ANSI DATA and UNICODE DATA. Unicode characters can be used for abbreviations, names and levels.

The add-on can be used in Unicode projects without restrictions.

For technical reasons, multilingualism has not been planned.

New System Role for Copying Across Cabinets

A new system role supports copying across cabinets in enaio® client. This enables the user to do things such as copy an object from a hit list, location, or portfolio to a new location across cabinets. During an update, all users with the role Move across cabinets are also assigned the new role by default. Other users must be assigned the new system role individually.

WWW Add-On for Controlling Telephone Systems

It is now additionally possible to use the WWW add-on to also control calling from the index data via telephone systems integrated into Microsoft Windows. Additionally, the prefix of the Windows action tel: to be used can be specified in the configuration of the add-on in a targeted manner. Validating the phone number via regular expression is also possible. In principle, this can be utilized to specifically control all logs available in the respective Windows system, such as http://, mailto:, tel:, etc. in a targeted manner.

Newly Designed Placeholder Page

A newly designed placeholder page is displayed in the content and details previews for 10.10 and 11.0 if no object has been focused or exists yet. The links to OPTIMAL SYSTEMS’ websites have been removed.