(Fix) The TileGeomOverlayCount query function on longer allows specifying a non-numeric field (specify either no field by passing an empty string, or a numeric field).
There is a new View - Panes - Fit to Screen command that puts all undocked panes and windows onto the screen. If there are multiple monitors, the command chooses the nearest monitor for each pane or window and puts the pane or window onto that monitor. The command helps locating panes and windows that have been accidentally moved nearly offscreen using the cursor or ended up being completely offscreen due to changes in monitors (may happen with remote desktop connections, among other scenarios).
The Register pane shows autoplaced control points with distinctive icon. Any editing done to an autoplaced control point removes the autoplaced flag.
Alt-clicking a control point in the Register pane pans map window to it.
Creating a new RTREE index for tiles suggests using fields starting with 'x' and 'y' for XY.
Editing a traverse allows entering a traverse command for the insert coordinate. This allows entering geometry data as a sequence of traverse commands, with visual feedback at every step.
MANIFOLDSRV binds to the network interface in exclusive mode for security purposes.
MANIFOLDSRV supports the -logfolder:xxx command-line option to redirect logs.
MANIFOLDSRV sets the console title to 'MANIFOLDSRV - addr:port - filename'. This both hides sensitive information like username and password and shows connection information even if it was not spelled out in the command line.
MANIFOLDSRV supports the -service command-line option to run as a service. There can be multiple MANIFOLDSRV services running on the same machine. If a particular service is configured to run under one of the non-interactive system accounts, such as SYSTEM, running it requires installing the Manifold license for all users. The default location for log files for a service is in the common application data folder (C:\ProgramData\Manifold\v9.0).
There is a new Tools - Manage Services command that lists MANIFOLDSRV services on the system. For each service, the command shows its name, path to the served file, network address and port, start type (auto / manual / disabled), status (starting, running, paused, stopping, stopped) and process ID. The command is only available in the regular product, not in Viewer, not in SQL for ArcGIS.
The Manage Services dialog allows double-clicking a service in the list of services to show service parameters: service name, path to the MANIFOLDSRV executable, path to the served file, network address, network port, start type, additional command-line options.
The Manage Services dialog allows refreshing the list of services.
The Manage Services dialog allows adding a new service, editing the parameters of an existing service and deleting selected services. Adding, editing and deleting services requires administrator rights. If the current user has no administrator rights, the dialog disables relevant functionality and shows a prompt to run the program as administrator.
Adding a new service in the Manage Services dialog suggests the network address (the first registered network address) and the network port (the first unused port between all listed MANIFOLDSRV services, starting with the default 9099 and going up), and provides a list of all registered and loopback network addresses to select from for convenience.
The Manage Services dialog allows starting and stopping selected services. Starting and stopping services requires administrator rights.
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