SRP Editor 2.7 Released
As promised in our recent holiday newsletter, the next version of the SRP Editor has been released today. We have updated the version history page so you can go now to check out all of the latest changes.
One enhancement of particular note is documented as “updated service-oriented metadata to support routines that can access other service modules“. Most of you are probably wondering what that means. The only other place where similar information can be found is in the history log for v2.6 where we “added support for displaying autocomplete dropdowns for service-oriented stored procedures using user-defined metadata.” Again, I’m pretty certain this still doesn’t help. That’s okay. We never highlighted this enhancement before now because we really wanted to get the final set of features implemented first. This was accomplished with the SRP Editor 2.7. We are excited to present these features to you, but to do this justice it requires its own blog post. We’ll have this article published in just a few days so keep an eye out for it.
We know you’ll appreciate our efforts to harmonize the SRP Editor with the exciting changes to our online services. For instance, F1 (or Shift+F1, depending on your configuration preference), will automatically perform a keyword search in the new SRP Wiki. Therefore you can continue to have both SRP product and OpenInsight command help at your fingertips. You’ll also find that our context-menu Copy feature has been extended to include options for the Revelation Message Boards and the new SRP Forum site. As you can see, posts with code snippets are much easier and more pleasant to read:
Many of the other changes, both bug reports and enhancement requests, come by way of input from our users. We continue to thank you for your submissions. Please download, install, and enjoy the new features of the SRP Editor.