CVI Net Web 5.0 - TLS 1.2 Compatibility, Updated Security Drivers and


A new major version of CVI Net Web was just released. See here for the latest additions. 


New Features

Collection of rundown angle monitoring values

Rundown angle monitoring values (Step level) are now available in CVI Net Web at a step level. Min/Max result and threshold values are collected, stored and displayed.


Collection of 2nd part rundown angle monitoring values

2nd part angle monitoring values are now available in CVI Net Web at a step level. Min/Max result and threshold values are collected, stored and displayed. 


Collection of time monitoring values (Step Level)

Time monitoring values (Step level) are now available in CVI Net Web. Min/Max result and threshold values are collected, stored and displayed.


Collection of overall time monitoring values (Pset Level)

Overall Time monitoring values (Pset level) are now available in CVI Net Web. Min/Max result and threshold values are collected, stored and displayed.

 

Improvements

TLS 1.2 Compatibility

CVI Net (Collector) Service and CVI Net Web (Viewer) Application are now compatible with TLS 1.2 in both their respective client and server ends. This allows user to deprecate TLS 1.0 and 1.1 on the installed machine for better management of security protocols. 


Updated Java Driver (OpenJDK)

Java drivers used within CVI Net Web has been changed to use OpenJDK so that security can be kept up to date more easily within the platform and so that users of CVI Net Web no longer need to be concerned with licensing model changes by Oracle


Bug Fixes

Open Protocol Adapter Curves (6159279000) license registration error

The Open Protocol Adapter Curves (6159279000) license was not always correctly recognised. This has been resolved as of this version.


[#738] Angle Threshold and Result Type not correctly exporting

Angle Threshold and Result Type were not correctly exported in CSV Exports of CVI Net Web result when compared with PDF exports.


Open Protocol Adapter Service not requesting old tightening results

In some cases, old tightening results were not requested by the Open Protocol Adapter, mainly with Delta Wrenches.


E600 Error - Controller not detected after reconnection occurs

User Info 600 management improved so that controller name is better retrieved in the event of reconnection


For more information about these announcements please see our release notes or contact support here

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