Last Updated: Mar 14
- RMS Enterprise will only migrate data from an RMS 3.3 database. Any older RMS versions must first be upgraded to 3.3 before attempting to install RMS Enterprise and migrate data to it.
- For complete system requirements, please refer to the RMS Enterprise Installation Guide.
Changes in this release
- Auto-Staging feature added to the Update Manager where new firmware files are automatically downloaded from AMX and staged into RMS. Customers can configure the time of day the downloading should occur.
- Added new audit records for modifications to Asset Types and Netlinx Device Types.
- Fixed a bug with parameter update calculations where decimal numbers were getting rounded on every update.
- Improved the Replace Gateway workflow to better support the Inspired XPert Player.
- Database indexes added to Internal_Log_QoS table to address SQL Server performance issues seen in the field.
- Improved handling of firmware descriptor files that change the group ID or artifact ID over time.
- Made firmware version number parsing more resilient and flexible.
- Report queries that use exact whole number filter (Equal or Not Equal) in the hour value for Lamp Hours will not return a positive report unless the value is a whole number (does not include a decimal).
- System upgrades from RMS 3.3 to Enterprise will initially report Hotlist items that are based on UTC time. At the time of migration to RMS Enterprise, the application timezone is not set, so the timestamp will appear to be inaccurate.
- RMS does not fully support localized floating point numbers. Due to a limitation with Flex/Flash, the RMS user interface always displays floating point numbers in the US format with a period (e.g. 3.14) rather than with a comma as used in some countries (e.g. 3,14). Also, any text fields that allow user entry of floating point numbers also require them to be entered in the US format. The only exception is that RMS reports do render floating point numbers correctly based upon the user's locale.
- The mobile location scheduling view has encountered a variety of issues on certain mobile platforms detailed below (If you experience an issue, try Chrome, Firefox, or Safari which functioned properly in our tests):
- The Samsung Galaxy S3 and S4 running the default browser ("Internet") on Android 4.3 fails to render the meetings in the hourly schedule grid.
- The Motorola Photon 4G running Android 2.3.5 crashes with a stack trace when the mobile page display is attempted.
- The Nokia Lumia 1020 running Internet Explorer on Windows Phone 8.0 will only show the full meeting details if the QR code is rescanned while the user is logged in.
- The Nokia Lumia 2520 tablet running Internet Explorer on Windows 8.1 RT does not display the full meeting details (only limited details can be seen).
- The Puffin browser on Android results in "Error 102 (net::ERR_CONNECTION_REFUSED)".