With the new Document Wiki in the QUBEdocs Knowledge Base you now have a centralized place to keep all your end user, meta data and model architecture documentation. From the new Document Wiki you can create original documents that can include dynamic embedded content from the model documentation snapshot.
Some of the keys features are:
- Change Comparisons
- Advanced Searches
- Version Control
- PDF Exports and Printing
You can read more about the Document Wiki here.
With QUBEdocs Local 4.2 we've greatly simplified the install process. Now, upgrades will be smoother and new installations can be completed in as little as 10 minutes.
Also, all configuration can now be managed through the QUBEdocs setup UI. And, we've added support for connecting to your SQL environment through Windows Authentication.
There are a few things you'll need to know if you are upgrading from a previous version of QUBEdocs. If you are, please read the install instructions that can be found here.
Planning Analytics API
Connecting to your model through the Planning Analytics REST API is faster than ever. Going forward this is the recommend way for you to connect to your models.
Through the API we now capture your cube properties.
Stay tuned, there will be more API only features to come.
We have made several improvements under the covers as well so you should be able to access you documentation faster than ever.
You now have the ability to search on Server Configuration and Cube Properties. These saved searches can also be embedded into your documents in the Document Wiki.
Improved Unicode Support
We made a few fixes in Diagrams, Applications and Documentation that were showing the incorrect name for TM1 Objects in other languages. Please note, to take advantage of this fix you will need to update the "QUBEdocs Objects" on your TM1 Server.
A few bug fixes
- Applications not being correctly captured through the REST API
- Issues when connecting to a TM1 server using the QUBEdocs Cloud TM1 Objects.
- Styling and UI enhancements