Revelation Newsletter June 2012

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In Development
We are in the final stages of releasing OpenInsight Development Suite 9.3.2 to our beta testers. This release includes enhancements and fixes in the following categories:

* Table Builder
* D3/mvBase Connector
* SQL Connector
* U2 Connector
* OIPI.Net/OIPI
* RDK
* Editor ++/Basic+
* OpenInsight for Web (O4W)
* Banded Report Writer (BRW)
* RevelationDotNet

OpenInsight 8.x and Below Pricing
Effective October 1, 2012 pricing for OpenInsight SDP's (Runtime and Developer), Annual License Renewals and the "pay for versions" of the Universal Driver will increase by 10%. All OpenInsight 9.x pricing will remain the same. The 64-bit version of OpenInsight to be released in 2013 will have the same pricing as OpenInsight 9.x. For a complete list of the OpenInsight 8.x and below pricing click HERE.

SPP Directory, ISV Catalog and Consultant Listing
The SPP DIRECTORYISV CATALOG andCONSULTANTS PAGES have been re-written in O4W and updated. If you would like your OpenInsight-based application listed in the ISV Catalog or your company information listed on our Consultant Listing please contact us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

TECH TIPS
Did you know... 
That the Banded Report Writer can join multiple tables together?

The new Banded Report Writer (BRW) normally generates its output from a single table, using that table’s dictionary to describe the available fields for display. In the OpenInsight world, we’re used to pulling data from multiple tables together using translate (“xlate”) fields (and the BRW can use these types of dictionary items without any difficulty), but sometimes you want to generate reports using data from multiple tables that haven’t been defined as “xlate fields.” The BRW lets you graphically take two tables that are joined by some common field and “link” them together into a single report.


In order for this to work properly, one of the tables has to contain the key to the records in the second table; for example, the records in a CUSTOMERS table might contain the keys to the invoices for that customer, stored in the INVOICES table. The table that contains the keys (in our example, the CUSTOMERS table) will be called the “primary” table, and the table that is pointed to (in our example, the INVOICES table) will be called the “child” table. We’ll use the BRW to make two reports – one based on the primary table, and a “sub report” based on the child table – and then join them together.. READ ON...

 


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BARRY HAUSNER JOINS REVELATION SOFTWARE
Revelation Software is pleased to welcomeThis email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. as a software developer. After completing his Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering, Barry started his career as a biomedical technician in the clinical engineering department of Holy Name Hospital. The majority of his career was devoted as a Biomedical Engineer with Wyeth Pharmaceuticals. Here he provided technical support for the collection of cardiovascular data using radio telemetry in lab animal models. He was also involved with writing custom software in Visual BASIC for lab automation projects. Barry has always enjoyed programming and computer hardware interfacing/control of medical instrumentation and was able to provide support for many PC based projects while at Wyeth. Recently added skills include the C# programming language, ASP.NET, HTML, CSS, JavaScript and MS SQL. 

AUSTRALIA/NEW ZEALAND 2012 WRAPUP
In May of this year, Mike Ruane, President of Revelation Software visited with a number of users and customers in Australia and New Zealand. Upon arrival in Sydney on Monday May 14th, Mike met with David Goddard, Managing Director of Revelation Australia. They then met with representatives of TVSN, Australia’s Television Shopping Network. TVSN uses OpenInsight extensively, and the group discusses their needs and future plans. READ ON...

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Revelation Conference

The previous Revelation Software Users' Conference was held at the Omni Orlando Resort at Championsgate in Orlando, Florida on April 18-21, 2016.

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On The Road

Throughout the year Revelation Software attends various multivalue User Conferences as well as our Regional User Group meetings.

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Featured Clients

Revelation Software's clients are involved in every industry around the world. Here is a sampling of some of our clients and their businesses

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