ISOTEL Device Manager · IDM

IDM Release Notes

Release on 1.2 on 21st March 2021

  • TCP and stream devices, supports bridging of multi-core embedded use cases

  • UDP added broadcasting support for server to catch and attach to newly discovered devices

  • ISN Message Layer:
    • new elements: paramater options, table elements hidding support, basic vector operations on elements

    • buttons like behavior on options with only one choice

    • numbers: floating point, hex presentation corrected, variable lenght numbers of form N x 8-bits

    • restore option of parameters (except hidden and development parameters) upon reconnection or with GUI button

  • MQTT support implemented with per variable publish configuration

  • GUI:
    • high resolution screens (4k) adjustable scaling support

    • gray/inactive background for disconnected devices

    • vector set, by clicking on vector under parameters or header in the content view

    • numerous advancements

  • PSoC4, PSoC5 development: bootloading via stream

  • Java 11 and 17 support, needed for win10, added arm 64-bit platform

  • System: disk space check, with warning on less than 1 GB and stops recording when less than 100 MB

  • Packaging: deb packages for gui and daemon (server), MSI and windows self-contained exe package

1.1b5 on 12 April 2019

  • Added new MonoDAQ VID/PIDs

  • Added Device Integrity (md5sum) checks

  • Added Support for Hiding Rows/Cols in Tables

  • Added Streaming Channel Draft Support and Sound Notifications

  • Improvements: Reliability on RPi, Win10, UDP Proxying, Description Editing

1.1b0..1.1b4 till 1 February 2019

  • MonoDAQ API update, requires python isotel-idm version 1.0a16 or newer

  • Improved Data storage Consistency and Data Retrieval

  • Improved dynamic content device loading

  • Bi-directional tcp/ip on SFrame layer

  • Terminal raw transfer in parallel to other layers restored

  • Added Support for MonoDAQ and Isotel Precision Products

  • Simple User Access Control in Standard Version

  • Restructured Null Ping and Padding Protocol Layer

  • Added Support for Tabular environment into Message Layer

  • Content became Interactive (clickable) to set values from available options

  • Reporting Severities and integration into standard syslog

  • Tagged HTML output for easy embedding in JavaScript pages

  • Extensive testing with performance optimizations, bug fixes, and minor feature upgrades

  • Important script fix to prevent logs from over-allocating Synology root partition due to log rotation