Our versioning changed to match up with ZOLL Data releases. We’re also consolidating release notes for all web versions, so you will not see “Gold” or “Legacy” going forward.
New in this release
We’ve added the following new functionality in this release.
MCD Codes will not change based on an address change. We changed the criteria for what triggers an MCD code change so that changing the city on an address will no longer affect the MCD code. This will ensure the MCD code is not altered unexpectedly when altering certain parts of the address.
Inventory - Quantity Management for Non-Consumable Items. Previously, it was not possible to manage quantities for non-consumable items in the inventory module. This change allows for the same quantity management (setting minimums, maximums, and associated statuses) as is offered for consumable items.
Fixed in this release
We fixed the following issues with this release of web.
Charts cannot be linked to Fire Incidents. On page 9 users have two options for fire integration. In the first option, users can create a brand new fire incident using data from the chart. Option 2 allows users to link a fire incident that already exists. We have fixed an issue with the latter option where fire incidents would not appear in the list to be linked.
Inventory - Category does not display when performing a task. In the inventory module, when performing a task within the Tasks section, the list of items shown was erroneously excluding the Category of the given items in the list.
Custom Fire Validation Rules Added via Legacy Do Not Trigger. We fixed an issue with custom fire data validation rules added via legacy. Previously, the rules would not trigger with the proper criteria in the fire incident.
We’re working on the following known issues.
Google Addresses with Named Locations. We are aware of an issue where the address of a given building will not auto-populate when using the Google address lookup. This only occurs when adding locations with a named address such as “Public Works Building” or “The Metropolitan Museum of Art“.