With the this release we are Building upon the initial releases and expanding the capabilities of ProjectWise Design Integration.What’s New in ProjectWise Design Integration Update 3.2, version 10.00.03.262:
This version now supports:• MicroStation CONNECT Edition Update 12• MicroStation V8i (SELECTseries 10)• MicroStation PowerDraft CONNECT Edition Update 12• Bentley View CONNECT Edition Update 11 and 12• Microsoft Office 365 (2019)
The Deleted Items folder, which was introduced as a technology preview feature in a previous version of ProjectWise CONNECT Edition Update, is now ready for production use. With this change, the Deleted Items folder is no longer only for administrators. Now, any user who has the new user setting, General > Can use Deleted Items folder, turned on, can see and use this folder in ProjectWise Explorer (the Deleted Items folder is still enabled per datasource by your administrator, by turning on the datasource setting Miscellaneous > Enable 'Deleted Items' folder in ProjectWise Administrator).
For Windows Domain and Bentley IMS authentication, you can now enable these authentication methods in the datasource during datasource creation, by turning on the options Support Windows Domain authentication and Support Bentley IMS authentication through the New Datasource Wizard. This automatically adds the respective settings (SSO=1 and STS=1) to the DMSKRNL.CFG file.
You can now import application definitions into the datasource by right-clicking the Applications node in ProjectWise Administrator and selecting Import Application Configurations, and then selecting the XML file that contains your updated or modified list of application definitions.
The Datasource Properties dialog (General tab) in ProjectWise Administrator now shows the current status of your organization's ProjectWise Integration server license.
This feature, which was introduced as a technology preview in an earlier version of ProjectWise Design Integration, is now ready for use in production. The UPDATE_TB command is now supported through Passport enabled services (PW 365 services and PW Edge Mobile). Server-side processing requires both a newer server and ProjectWise Explorer client (both must be CONNECT Edition Update 3.2).
Can someone confirm all installer(s) can still be run from the command line (powershell)? We have no other option to install.
Yes, it will still support command line installs. In the readme under the requirements section are the various command line arguments.The hosted PW Environment does all of their upgrades/installs via powershell for over 400 servers so it will continue to be supported with each release.
Thank you. We were getting concerned with the new installers.