7.23.27 Release Notes
These Release Notes are for Firehouse® release 7.23.27, and provide a listing of the enhancements and issues resolved since the 7.22.23 release. The changes listed in the Release Notes apply to both FH Standard and FH Enterprise editions.
The following enhancements were implemented this release.
You can now view the frequency and last-run date of an automated task, and you can search among automated task names for a specific task.
To find the new features, do the following.
Choose Administration > Automated Tasks.
The Automated Task Setup dialog box appears. The new Frequency and Last Ran Date columns display timing information for each task, and the new Find button appears on the right side of the dialog box.
The Find in Drilldown List dialog box appears.
In Search for Text, type part or all of the name of the automated task you are looking for, then click Find.
FH highlights the first occurring automated task name in the list that matches the text searched for.
In the Occupancy module, columns in several places have been widened to accommodate the display of longer codes in the NFPA 1 2018 violation code set.
The following issues were successfully resolved this release.
If you upgraded to FH 7.21.27, chose Start > Firehouse Software 7 > Firehouse Software Database Tools, selected Verify Local Integrity, then clicked Run, the following error appeared.
Exception: Foxpro - Command is missing required clause.
When you open the Inspection module, then for the Type field, you click the lookup () to the right of the field, the Lookup - Inspection/Activity Types dialog box appears. If you then clicked cancel in the dialog box, the following error appears.
Unexpected Error: Error 12: Variable 'PLCREATENEWREC' is not found.
In the Scheduling module, when you clicked Add Exchange, the Shift Personnel Exchange or Exception dialog box appears. On the Basic tab, if you specified values in Assigned Staff, Start Date/Time and End Date/Time, then clicked the Assigned tab and specified a value for Activity Code and changed the default value that appears in Hours Paid, when you clicked Save, the value in Hours Paid reverted to the default value for that activity code instead of saving the value you specified.
When setting up an automatic task to run an incident report that saves the output to a PDF file and emails it to a recipient, when you specify the file name to save the report to, the following error message appeared.
Error 1426: OLE error coded 0x80040111: ClassFactory cannot supply requested class, at line 18 of EMAILSESSION.SMPTMAIL.
In all modules, if you clicked the lookup () button, selected a lookup in the lookup dialog box that appeared, then pressed the Enter key on your keyboard, the dialog box did not respond (accept the selection) as expected.
When you choose Tools > Lookup Tables, the Lookup Tables dialog box appears. When you expand System-Wide Codes, select Units, then click Setup, the Lookup - Units dialog box appears. When you click New, the Code for Units dialog box appears. If you entered the information for the new unit, but specified a value greater than
2015 in Year, when you clicked Save, the following message appeared in the upper right corner of the FH window.
Please enter a value below or equal to 2015.
In the Incident module, on the Property and Involvement tab, when you click Add, the Involvement - Incident dialog box appears. Under Primary Involvement Type, if you clicked the lookup button () and chose a lookup, FH added the code as a NFIRS +1 code to the record, and should have added it as a standard code.
In the Investigation module, on the Leads/Involvements tab, when you click Add, the Investigative Lead/Involvement dialog box appears. In the lower right corner of the dialog box, if you clicked the lookup button () and chose a lookup, FH added the code as a NFIRS +1 code to the record, and should have added it as a standard code.
In the Incident, EMS, and Training modules, you have the ability to add multiple staff members to a record at once when you click the Add Group button and choose an option from the menu that appears at the mouse pointer. After specifying values in the dialog box that appears, though, when you click OK, the message
Staff ID is a required entry appeared.
In Activity module, the message does not appear, but only the first staff member from the selected group of staff members was added to the record.
In FH Enterprise, when you choose File > Inspections > Batch Schedule Inspections, the Batch Schedule Inspections wizard appears. On the second screen of the wizard, if you click in Scheduled Staff (Inspector) and type in an existing staff ID number, the message staff id
was not found in the database. Do you want to add this record? appears.
In the Activity module, when you click the lookup () button for Default Activity Code, the Lookup - Staff Activity Types dialog box appears. If you selected an activity lookup, then double-clicked the selected lookup, the dialog box closed, but the activity code you double-clicked did not appear in the Default Activity Code field.
Released: September 5, 2018