SendSuite Tracking version 14.7 Release Notes (July 2, 2021)
This section describes the major new features or enhancements that are included in this release.
SendSuite Tracking. Pouching.
SendSuite Tracking may now be configured to:
- Automatically generate packages within a pouch equal to the value provided in the Pieces field of the Pouch Maintenance screen; the tracking number for each will have a suffix affixed.
- Allow a Pouch to be re-used by preventing closure and resetting it.
SendSuite Tracking. SQL User Permissions.
The SendSuite Tracking SQL user has been updated with permissions that are commensurate with modern security practices.
SendSuite Mobile. UI Adjustment.
Buttons at the top of the layouts have been moved to help users avoid inadvertently activating the operating system pull-down menu.
SendSuite Admin. PBIL Sync Jobs.
The PBIL Synchronization Jobs in SendSuite Admin have been renamed for clarity and consistency.
SendSuite Tracking. Compact SQL Removal.
Dependencies for Compact SQL have been removed from SendSuite Tracking. Users may uninstall Compact SQL via the Windows Add/Remove Programs utility. Compact SQL will be removed from the installer in a later version.
SendSuite Mobile. Never Timeout.
Administrators now have the ability to select "90 Days" for the SSTMobile Auto Logoff idle time value".
Pouching. Batch Label Printing.
SendSuite Tracking now has the ability to batch-print multiple labels - one for each item in the pouch - with unique piece IDs.
SendSuite Mobile. Locker Support.
Added Rear Locker Delivery and Rear Locker Receiving layouts for use with SendSuite Mobile.
Smart Client. Receiving Screen.
Various changes have been made to improve the overall workflow in the receiving screen, particularly in working with items bound for a locker.
Smart Client. Locker Support.
When label printing is enabled, items received for a rear-loading locker will now have the Piece ID as the barcode on the label; front-loading lockers will retain the delivery PIN as the barcode value.
SendSuite Admin. Default Lockout Values.
The default lockout values for failed login attempts have been changed to 3 failed attempts and a 5-minute minimum lockout period.
This section includes items that have been raised via Support and escalated to Development for resolution within this release.
Smart Client. Group Delivery.
The now renamed Group Delivery By Recipient screen will automatically filter the list of packages in the data grid of undelivered packages by the Recipient selected in the list.
SendSuite Tracking. Lockers.
Resolved an issue whereby an error containing the following message would be issued for some users while attempting to receive an item bound for a locker: “Error Occurred URL Requested: The feature is not available or not enabled on this system https://api.pbil.pitneybowes.com/api/tp/reserve?LockerBankKey=”.
SendSuite Admin. ETL File Import Status.
When there are errors with source file records during an ETL file import routine, the ETL status report will now report an accurate status result as intended.
SendSuite Admin. ETL T1_VEW Records.
When importing items into the MAILS table, the ETL will again create corresponding records in T1_VEW as designed.
SendSuite Tracking. User Password Changes.
Corrected an issue in which SendSuite Tracking would not honor new passwords created through the Smart Client.
SendSuite Admin. SendSuite Mobile Email Notifications.
Resolved an issue whereby users were unable to save changes made to existing SendSuite Mobile Email Notifications.
SendSuite Tracking. PO Reconciliation.
Several operational improvements have been made to the ETL and Smart Client to ensure a smoother PO reconciliation workflow.
SendSuite Mobile. Email Notification Conditions.
Corrected a problem that resulted in email notification trigger conditions not being reset after having been satisfied during a synchronization.
SendSuite Tracking. UPS MaxiCode.
Updated the decode format for UPS MaxiCode for continued support.
SendSuite Link. JDBC Updated.
The JDBC driver employed by SendSuite link has been updated to 9.2.1.
SendSuite Link. TLS 1.0.
Support for TLS 1.0 has been deprecated.
SendSuite Admin. Gmail.
Systems with Gmail configured as the SMTP provider will find that (SendSuite Mobile only) email notifications fail. This issue will be resolved in a future release.
UPDATED: 14 December 2021