We’re excited to announce the next release of the CygNet Report Module. We’ve added a number of cool new features, all of which came from suggestions from our users, so keep those good ideas coming.
Consider this scenario. I have an overview grid screen that has a list of wells with some high level information. I click on one of the wells and a separate screen opens with more detail. On that detail screen, I click on a button that opens another screen that has a trend with various well points. Cool, I have separate dedicated screens that I’m able to view the various bits of information I desire at the same time. Now I want to be able to select on a different well on the first screen and have the other screens follow. And, I want to be able to look at multiple sets of these screens for different wells at the same time. How can I do that
CygNet Applied Engineering is pleased to announce the release of the CygNet Depot. This tool was created to simplify interacting with CygNet file storage services. With the Depot, you have easy access to any file stored in your APPS or BSS and also your Group services. You can download, upload, drag-and-drop, delete, rename, copy, and paste. In addition, you can preview files (Studio screens, PDF documents, Excel spreadsheets, image files) and make in-place edits to text-based files (.txt, .xml, .vbs, etc.) without having to bother with downloading, editing, saving, then uploading.
The CygNet Report Module just got even better. 2015 version 2 contains our most significant enhancements to the Report Module since its initial release, including a new report type, streamlined UI, column sorting, customizable email subject lines, and more.
In my previous post How to change a tab strip selection, I discussed the use of HyperLinkSys as a means of passing data from a nested view screen to its parent screen. In that technique, the data passed from the nested view was used to change the selection of a tab strip on the parent screen. In keeping with the theme of initiating an action from a nested view, I will present a different technique using custom events for more complex interactions.
Well as a similar joke goes, first the tab strip has to want to change.
Tabs are commonly used in screen navigation. They do a good job of helping us organize our screens and they don’t require a lot of screen real estate. I used them extensively when building CygNet for Production. So much so that Applied Engineering built an entire management system to control the configuration of the tabs, but that’s a story for another day.
The Job Runner is a little tool that packs a big punch. It can tune up your slow-running HSS, free up the UI on your script-heavy Studio screens, and open up the world of .NET programming for you. It can even make smoothies*!
The DEID is connected to the UDC,
The UDC is connected to the Facility…
Remember that childhood song? Perhaps I took some liberties with the words but I think they also work in a truly geeky CygNet way.
CygNet Applied Engineering is pleased to announce the release of the CygNet Designer. We built this tool to help you define and enforce system standards in a way that improves consistency and efficiency. We hope that it meets those goals and more, and eagerly await your valuable feedback.
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