Friday 16th December, 2016

Editor 1.6.1 release notes

This is a relatively quick turnaround bug fix release due to a compatibility error that was found with versions of jQuery 1.11 and older. There are a couple of other small fixes that have also been identified since the 1.6 release.

For full details of the new features in Editor 1.6, please see the 1.6.0 release notes.

Downloads

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Release notes

Fixes

  • Javascript
    • Compatiblity error with older versions of jQuery (1.11 and earlier)
    • Return key in a textarea should not submit the form
    • When using Editor without the ajax option, but using idSrc, a Javascript error would be thrown when editing data.
    • When the server returns a status code of >=400 for an Ajax request and valid JSON, regardless of if the error or fieldErrors properties are set in the returned JSON, Editor will process this as an error.
    • minDate() and maxDate() methods would trigger an error if used before displaying a datetime field.
    • If the JSON returned from the server doesn't contain a data property, don't throw an error as it might still be a valid reply (e.g. validation error).
  • PHP
    • If a primary key column is requested as a Field or in a modal, don't attempt to reselect it as this can result in an SQL error.
    • Oracle integration. Specify a return size for the primary key value when reading it. Required by PHP.
    • Custom Field->options() function would result in a PHP error
  • Styling
    • Improved styling for inline editing with Bootstrap
  • .NET
    • If a primary key column is requested as a Field or in a modal, don't attempt to reselect it as this can result in an SQL error.
  • Documentation
    • HTML custom tags (editor-field) cannot be self closing. Updated the template documentation to reflect this.