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Last night, POG was updated to 2.1.2, which has some nice improvements over 2.1.0 & 2.1.1. Release 2.1.0 addressed some shortcomings that Setup previously had regarding related/connected objects. 2.1.2, yesterday’s release, addressed a bug identified as well as improved the rendering of connected objects.
Rendering – the old way
In 2.1.0 & 2.1.1, POG setup did not render connected objects fully. i.e. only the non parent/child attributes were rendered.
Rendering – the new way
In 2.1.2, POG setup now renders connected objects fully and gives a true hierarchical view of connected objects. For e.g. if you have an Author object who has many Books, Setup now displays BookList as a clickable node attribute. When expanded, setup renders all book objects and attributes. The following is a screenshot example of how Setup renders parent/children.
The major bug fix made concerned automatic table alignment and connected objects. Previously, the bug caused some object relations to be ‘lost’ each time setup is ran because the parents/children column were being dropped and recreated under certain circumstances. This has now been fixed.
Other improvements include – Prevent timeout/max execution time issue when dealing with a large number of objects during Setup and Update – Added circular progress indicator in a few places – Fixed a few setup glitches here and there.
Hope this gives an overview of what has been improved in the latest version. You can always download and take a look at the source code.
Next expected release is now 2.2.0 which will finally introduce many-many relations.
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