SRP Blog
Terminate that TERM Command
Migrating applications to OpenInsight 10 is typically an adventure. There are always unique aspects of each client’s system that add a spice of excitement and challenge to each endeavor. However, ARev32 to ARev64 migrations have traditionally been fairly routine. Unlike some OpenInsight entities, the application components in ARev (e.g., WINDOWS, POPUPS, MESSAGES, etc.) have not […]
New Release: SRP ActiveX Controls
SRP ActiveX Controls 4.2.2 is now available. You can view all the changes here. You will notice that the size of this update is not very big. The last update was in May of this year. Six months later, you can’t be blamed for expecting a cornucopia of new features and improvements. What gives, Kevin? […]
SRP Controls, Utilities, and Editor Get DPI Support
We are pleased to announce releases of SRP ActiveX Controls 4.2, SRP Utilities 2.2.6, and SRP Editor 3.4. DPI awareness for OpenInsight 10 has arrived!   Why the Long Wait? DPI is Why. DPI, or Dots per Inch, is shorthand for per-monitor DPI awareness. When the SRP ActiveX Controls were first written, the standard DPI […]
Farewell to a Revelation Legend
On Friday, July 15, 2022, we were forced to bid an untimely farewell to a dear mentor, colleague, and friend. Dave Harmacek was a veteran in the Revelation Software community for 40 years. Normally I would say he has forgotten more than most developers even know, but Dave was very methodical and stored everything he […]
New Releases: SRP Utilities 2.2 and SRP Editor 3.3.3
SRP Utilities gets a new Json API that we think you’re really going to like while the SRP Editor gets a little love. The Status Quo SRP Json has gotten a lot of use over the years, but there’s one lingering issue with it. Handles. Oh, the handles. Json is hierarchical and designed around object […]
New Release: SRP Mail 3.0
SRP Mail has been rewritten for better compatibility with OI 10, and it comes with a few quality of life improvements to boot. Make sure you read below before upgrading because there are some changes that could affect the transition. Breaking Changes SRP Mail has been rewritten using .NET, but Microsoft chose to not support […]
New Release: SRP Editor 3.3
The SRP Editor adds sanity checks to declare statements, improved formatting options when copying record data, and better find & replace. Sanity Checks When you compile stored procedures in the SRP Editor, the SRP Editor will verify that stored procedures referenced within Declare and Call statements exist. If not, you’ll get a warning. This will […]