- MCA II support
- New Tech Tools menu for non-admin/non-report users, providing techs access to Uploader Troubleshooting, Active Uploads, Frequency Mismatch and Uploader Log Report.
- Direct editing of leaks on the Mapping page.
- Problem codes can now be defined and maintained by an administrator instead of free-text entry.
- Improved Uploader Log Report including statistics summarizing each upload.
- Where applicable, work orders now show the observed street level in addition to the refined leak level.
- Community-based Site Id for Third Party API.
- Meter data associated with an uninitialized tech will be assigned to a validated tech if one exists.
- Rideout Report tracks vehicle path more accurately during quick and/or tight direction changes.
- Added the ability to import/export community boundaries.
- Added more validation to improve community boundary integrity.
- Truck Id is no longer required when manually entering a leak.
- Fixed Administration page link error when accessing the API Administration page.
- No longer sending LAW license expiration notices once license is expired.
- New option to substitute the observed street location for the projected leak location.
- New option to ignore unsupported leaks.
- New option to ignore leaks without a minimum specified support leak level.
- WiFi Service logging.
- New licensing scheme requiring licenses for leakage detectors (i.e. Trilithic Seeker) only.
- All uploads are authenticated by the Tech ID in the Seeker.
- All Seeker Tech ID's must be a meter user in LAW to upload.
- No longer does the MCA(truck id) require a seat to upload.
- API users now have the ability to create and assign work orders (manually or automatically) prior to third party response.
- LAW now has the option to select kilometers as the default distance units.
- Administrators can now monitor active Wi-Fi uploads.
- Under administrator/view active uploads to see wi-fi uploads real time.
- Uploader Log Report has been revised.
- The report is now parsed by tech ID making it easier to look up specific tech uploads.
- Removed confusing information about the upload.
- Only shows successful upload.
- Uploading Seeker records via USB can now be performed by users who do not have Administrator privileges on the terminal computer.
- .NET framework 3.5.0 must be installed on local machine for manual uploads.
- Support for multiple, comma-separated problem codes in reports and searches.
- While closing out a leak you can use multiple problem codes as long as you separate them with comas.
- Optionally, assigned and unassigned technicians, as well as, managers are notified via email if the technician assigned to a work order is modified.
- Under configuration lines 50, 51, and 51 controls this action.
- Improved reporting of issues that could prevent successful uploading.
- Located under Adminitration/Uploader Troubleshooting
- Examples: "Tech ID is not a user", "Tech ID is not a meter user"
- Ability to create an FCC Form 320.
- First fill in the template and create form under administration/manage forms.
- To create the 320 report, run a CLI report and select "create FCC form 320"
- Deleted users are no longer maintained in the dropdown lists.
- Time stamp for last community update is now visible in the community definition.
- Under the community information on the community definition page you will find the last person to make modifications to the community.
- Report maps showing a single leak will default to a smaller zoom level to have a better chance of showing at least one street intersection.
Contact Trilithic support for information on upgrading to the latest version.
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