What’s new in Trifolia 2.14
Trifolia 2.14 was released on Thursday, June 5, 2014
The template editor has been re-designed to maximize screen real-estate and reduce the amount of time that the user spends waiting for popup dialogs to load.
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The template viewer now has an additional tab called “Relationships”, which shows how other templates relate to the template you are viewing.
Template Editing View Modes
Instead of using tabs in the constraint editor to separate the types of meta-data a user can view/edit for a constraint, a new “View Mode” option has been implemented. When a view mode is selected, it will show the fields available for that view mode in the constraint editor. The view mode stays the same when switching from one constraint to another.
In addition to the column filters that already exist in the browse screens, a broad search field has been added that will search multiple fields at once. For example, when searching for templates, the name, oid, implementation guide, and even conformance number fields are used by the broad search.
Provide list of sections using a template.
Implement bootstrap for UI design
Re-design template editor
Layout/performance of “View Template” screen
Default “Is Open” field to “Open” in template editor
Export option for template statuses
Value Set Binding – Default to DYNAMIC
Expand the Terminology Browser window to use more screen real estate.
Link to contained template in template viewer
Name of template on Publish Settings Screen
Template editor must unmark identifier for children when branch is unmarked
Auto-resize terminology grids
Duplicate assert IDs
Export globally unique conformance numbers
Vocabulary export using incorrect publish date
Template Review returning wrong template oid
Template Editing – Constraints Search option not functioning correctly
Date picker for publish date – not obvious that there is a date picker