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The Visible Edge 16

The Edge - June 2003
Upcoming Razor Release

The next release of Razor will be version 4.3d planned for this summer.

The major new functionality included in this release will be the capability to attach files to Issues.

The main issue form will have a new 'Attachment' button. This button can be used to view or manage any file attachments associated with the issue.

The new file attachment panel will allow users to add, remove, view, and export file attachments. The Razor access list may be used to tailor each of the file attachment related operations for a given user. The new access list template includes these new operations. A user may modify (i.e. add/remove)
attachments only when the issue is locked for modifications. The default behavior will allow all users to add, remove, view, and export file attachments. Users will also be able to view the file attachment history from this panel.

Note: The file attachments functionality will not be available with IssueWeaver and in Master/Slave databases.


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Razor Sales Promo

Option 1

Purchase any number of Razor, Visible Analyst, or Visible Developer licenses by June 30, 2003 and get your first year of mandatory maintenance absolutely FREE.

Option 2

Existing Razor, Visible Analyst, and Visible Developer customers, who allowed their maintenance subscriptions to expire and are no longer current, can update their licenses, no matter how old they are, for just a fraction of the old update costs under our Maintenance Plus Program. This offer is available until June 30, 2003.


**This offer may NOT be used with any other discounts and is not valid on previous purchases.

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New Product Offerings

In keeping with its promise to provide the most comprehensive enterprise-wide configuration management solution in today's market, Visible is pleased to announce that its Product Lifecycle Management tool, LCSIS, now supports a floating license scheme with Razor users.

The new product offering will give program managers and product engineers a single platform for coordinating changes across hardware and software components of large, complex products. As a result, current Razor users have the flexibility to purchase additional seats under the floating license scheme or purchase seats separately for either Razor or LCSIS.


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New Visible Training and Meeting Center

Beginning this fall, Visible Systems will be offering its training classes, general meetings and user sessions in a new location.

Classes will be offered three times a year, beginning in the fall on Monday, October 20th, 2003 through Friday, November 14th, 2003. Visible's new training center will be based
in the Courtyard Marriott Village located at Lake Buena Vista, 8623 Vineland Avenue, Orlando, FL.

Special group room rates will be honored for registered attendees and their guests. Conveniently located in the area of Lake Buena Vista, the Marriott Village offers a destination unto itself with 24 hour security, food court, indoor/outdoor pools, 4,500 sq. ft of meeting space, adjacent restaurants and the Orlando Premium Outlet Shopping Center. Transportation is available to the Walt Disney World Theme parks, Universal Studios and SeaWorld. The Marriott Village is located within a mile from the Orlando World Center Marriott Golf Course, only 10 minutes from Orange County Convention Center and 20 minutes from Orlando's International Airport.

For specific product schedules and registration, please contact Jennifer Stone at 315-363-8000, extension 231.


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Tech Tip

For users upgrading from Razor releases 4.3a.05 and prior to 4.3c.01:

The LM_Access_list (in the Razor_lm directory) supersedes the Database
Access_list in RAZOR_UNIVERSE/Tables. Entries in the RAZOR_UNIVERSE/Tables/
Access_list for RAZOR_DOWN, ADD_USER, MODIFY_USER, and REMOVE_USER will need
to be copied to the Razor_lm/LM_Access_list file.

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Puzzler

Question: If 2 hours ago it was as long after one o'clock in the afternoon as it was before one o'clock in the morning. What time would it be now?

Answer to the above puzzle can be found here.

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