COMAND Solutions released webCOMAND 2.49 today. The new version is a minor update that adds the #FILE COMAND Script statement and improves file format support and backup reliability.
New #FILE COMAND Script statement - Provides information about a file or file data, such as a file's MIME type,
extension and human-readable file type title.
Support for additional file types - Content form file upload fields (with the browse button) now provide better support for viewing Microsoft Office and other file types directly within the web browser when possible.
Backup Reliability Improvements - The automatic backup process will now detect if the server date is changed to a dramatically different future or past date and continue to produce automatic backups. If detected, the system administrator is emailed in case further
action is required.
"Terminate" search and publish task option requires authorization - A user must now have Publication Administrator or System Administrator authorization to access the "Terminate" feature. This feature could easily be misused, so it now requires explicit authorization.
A number of minor improvements and fixes are also included:
The Date field calendar will now popup in the correct location if the
form area has been scrolled.
Administrators are now correctly emailed about a dead auto-update publish, which resulted in previously resulted in repeated emails to the system administrator email address.
The username of the user that started a publish was incorrectly displayed in publication reports.
Rich Text Editor customizations are now applied even when no text exists for the customized field.