New release 1.6

Release 1.6 has many additions and bug fixes, among other things:
- Automatic Client - Server connection
- User management & user rights on server (added employee management)
- Configuration wizards for Server and client
- Wake on LAN capablilty
- etc...

Full change log:
Server:
New functionality:
- Added automatic Client - Server connection (client finds a server
to connect to)
- Added Cybera User management & user rights on server (employees).
This also enables Income and sessions to be attributed to a given
user
- Added ability to Enable/Disable Session Pause on clients
- URLspy: added ability to automatically purge URLs as the DB will
grow too fast without automatic limiting
- Added info on where the last network backup is to the DB
maintenance form
- Added warnings when DB size grows past 30MB, 60MB and 120MB
- Added a configuration wizard to help installing and setting up
Cybera
- DB purge: added option to include/exclude accounting data from
purge
- Added Popup menus to clients in Client view and to card list in
card view
- Added Wake on LAN capablilty: the server can boot the last client
workstations who where connected to the server

Bug fixes:
- Better main window resize management
- More robust session stats compilation (better recovery from app
crash and corrupt EVENT entries in DB)
- Fixed big bug in app shutdown introduced in rel1.5
- Fixed possible bug in session open code that corrupted the events
DB table entries
- Diminished console update overhead
- Fixed possible bug in income journal
- Fixed small bug in Options page (some params did not trigger
modification detection)
- Fixed bug in client view: crd history button was invisible when
credit runs out
- Fixed small bug in Stats, session list averages where incorrect
- Fixed small bug in card view when positioning card list after
seaching for a card.
- Changed the default values for many server settings in order to
make Cybera easier to install and use
- Fixed bug in DB purge
- Fixed bug on certain buttons where an accidental doubleclick
triggered unpredictable events
- Fixed bug in DB maintanace: on DB restore selection, the latest
version was restored regardless of the selection
- Fixed bug in DB restore: if DB passwd was different restore failed
- Fixed gui bug in journals where boubleclick on filters was
possible during a stat computation
- Enhanced recharge config form in options
- Fixed bug in Uninstall: reg keys where not deleted
- Added a 2 sec timer before activating server-client connectivity
In order to let Server startup before dealing with client requests
- GUI: Enhanced client selection responsiveness in client view
- Fixed bug that could render resumed sessions unstable (after server
restart)
- Fixed bug in stats: session resume after server restat was not
detected properly
- Fixed possible bug in card history when the same card number has
existed more than once
- Fixed minor GUI bug in stats progress bar

Client
New functionality:
- Added automatic Client - Server connection (client finds a server
to connect to)
- Deactivated windows hotkeys while blocked
- Added ability to Enable/Disable Session Pause on clients
- Added a configuration wizard to help installing and setting up
Cybera
- Added Wake on LAN capablilty: the server can boot the last client
workstations who where connected to the server

Bug fixes:
- Removed the client from the windows list
- Changed the default values for most client settings in order to make
Cybera easier to install and use
- URLspy: Stoped client from sending URLs that are of no interest
(about:blank etc)
- URLspy: Limited URLs sent to server to when the caption and the URL
change
- At last fixed an obscure bug in file transfers from server to
client where the last chunk of jpgs was corrupted (in follow mode
for example). This was due to 4 unexplained bytes being added
to the file when using the LEFT function directly in a PUT statement
- Fixed bug that could render resumed sessions unstable (after server
restart)
- Fixed bug on file reception that could bring down the Client-Server
connection

Posted by Samuel Monsarrat 2005-02-17

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