The CygNet ODBC driver has recently been patched such that it returns the correct rows for a query that processes the results of a LEFT OUTER JOIN with a subsequent LEFT OUTER JOIN. Previous to this patch, such a query would not return the correct rows and either generate an unknown exception in the associated log file or cause the application to crash.
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.
As Rick teased in his on-going series on screen performance enhancements, we are happy to announce the release of CygNet Message Sniffer Lite. This tool is designed to help the CygNet administrator understand exactly what messaging is happening between CygNet clients and services to help diagnose problems and improve performance