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Posted by Kim Stimpson on 09 December 2015 12:52 PM

Release Candidate

Version 6.2.64 - Compatible with OS400 V5R3M0 and above

Released - 3rd December 2015

Cobwebb Communications Ltd. are proud to announce the latest Release Candidate [v6.2.64] of the Cobwebb Document Management Server software. 

This is the latest version and includes Enhancments and Fixes. This will be promoted to the Production Version once proven.


For a full list, read What's New in Cobwebb Document Management. Here are the highlights:

  • 2D barcodes, such as QR codes, are now supported. The Special Function Parameters may be specified by entering the text-hex string in the Preamble field. We have also increased the number of characters that may be included in a barcode - requires Cobwebb Designer
  • The Docstore Name and Type may now be dynamically selected by using any of the Docstore Parameters (PARM1 - 18) - requires Cobwebb Designer
  • The Cobwebb Folder Monitor now has the ability to maintain a list of Parameters for a specific monitor entry which may then be used in the specified Monitor Program.
  • There are two new supplied Folder Monitor programs, one for Docstore and the other to FTP files to a new location.
  • There is a new COBGENLIBL Exit program that will allow you Add and Remove the Libraries required for your design based on entries set in the Cobwebb General Directory.
  • Now that the Cobwebb General Directory is being used for so many coniguration settings such as Libraries, Output Devices etc. we have added a new Filter by option in order that the list may be reduced for easier maintenance.
  • The COBPRTOVR program has been enhanced to include a new OBIN keyword that may be used to override the default Output Bin for your printed output.
  • PTFs for V2R5M0, V2R4M0 &V2R3M0 of SPLAMATIC have been updated to include the latest fixes.

Production Version

Version 6.2.61 - Compatible with OS400 V5R3M0 and above

Released - 28th February 2015

This is the recommend version for Production environments.


Comments (4)
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26 December 2015 08:39 AM
very cool sounds ceoming out of that second example. finaly a plugin with great pitch shifting controles. im very excited to load this into my fruityloops. any guessses as to when your gonna have it out? sorry, not trying to be an ass, im just very excited to mess with this. ive been checking the site and comments everyday..haha, thanks for your time btw, i know its very time consumeing and tireing to program your own instruments. [url=]oyzkeqg[/url] [link=]jngcoxbzazd[/link]
28 December 2015 10:34 PM
Very much looking<a href=""> forawrd</a> to this. I'm particularly interested in how predictably controllable it's going to be. Could you, for instance, pull off a repeat performance of the example (within reason) with little trouble, or is it mainly random city?I'm asking mainly because I'm wondering if the plug is geared more towards being a (predictably) playable performance instrument, or a stochastic beat generator.
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