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openXDA 1.3.1

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Updated: Aug 12, 2015 by staphen
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Release Notes

This page includes...
  • Installers for version 1.3.1 of the openXDA service.
  • Binaries for the openXDA service, the DeviceDefinitionsMigrator console application, and the XDA Waveform Data Parser for testing fault records against XDA's parsers.
  • Setup and configuration guide for the openXDA service.
  • Example of a device definitions file for the configuration of fault recorders.

Changes since 1.3...
  • Fixed bug in COMTRADEWriter that occurs when the XDA time zone does not match the meter time zone.
  • Improved startup behavior of the openXDA service.
  • Added SystemFrequency to system settings.
  • Implemented settings categories and reorganized openXDA system settings.
  • Fixed the edge case in the COMTRADE parser where nrates and samp fields in the schema file are both set to 0.
  • Added new system settings for SMTP authentication (works with Gmail SMTP servers).
  • Fixed an issue with automatic configuration updates for PQDIF files where updates to objects in specific tables were cascading updates to other tables that referenced those objects, causing unique constraint violations and general havoc in the database.
  • Fixed an issue where the COMTRADEWriter was not setting the system frequency in the COMTRADE results schema file.
  • Modified the COMTRADEWriter to override the original COMTRAE file's adder and multiplier to avoid overflow when converting channels from the ASCII format to the binary format.