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Development

What are the best practices for upgrading to Servoy 5?

Servoy has documentation on the general upgrade process at http://wiki.servoy.com/display/SERV5/Upgrade+Notes

Once your application is upgraded, then you'll need to go through and start code fixes for the changes in Servoy 5.  The main issue is the JSEvent parameter changes.  Below we'll describe techniques to make this as easy as possible.

How do the format options work on input fields?

Each field in Servoy has a "format" property that can be set. In the drop-down list are common formats used for display. However, you can also do a lot more that what is listed in the drop-down. The formats for dates are based on the SimpleDateFormat and DecimalFormat java class. Below is a list of possible format options.

Date Formats:

How does the Servoy Audit Log work?

Audit Log information

The audit log table records information about changes made to data in tables in a solution. Servoy documentation can lead you through setting up the audit log table through the Security options in Developer. See pgs 503-507 in the Servoy Developer User's Guide for more details on setting up audit logging in Servoy.

Once the audit log has been created, changes to selected tables will be recorded in the audit log table. Below is a listing of all the values in the audit log table and what they mean (in Servoy 3.5.5).

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