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David Hall

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  1. Hi @RobPeck

    The status on your instance looks OK and I'm not seeing this issue locally.  Have you tried clearing browser caches etc as a first step? 

    Just for further information, is this affecting all users or just yourself? and are other Hornbill views broken in the same way or is it just raising requests?

    Kind Regards,

    Dave.

  2. What's Changed

    • Assets: the property 'Location Type' has been enhanced with a new value (Virtual).
    • CC recipients will now be displayed in Request timeline updates and will also be available as an additional output parameter from the BPM node Get Request Info -> Source Email.

    What's Fixed

    • Various fixes for the Employee Portal.
    • Employee Portal: Unable to raise a Change Request as a basic user. {PM00161539}
    • Requests list counters show a value of zero when using the "I'm a member" filter. {PM00161837}
    • Asset Additional Properties fields not being audited. {PM00161589}
    • SLM Rule processing fails when using multiple "contains" conditions against custom fields.{PM00161664}
    • Intermittent issue when 'Last Updated Date' is not updated when posting to the Timeline.{PM00161553}
    • Enhance the Quick Request Search feature to work with just the right most numbers of a reference.{PM00158414}
    • No option displayed to unlink a corporate SLA from within a service.{PM00161695}
    • Request category tab can not be configured to be active when a request is on hold.{PM00161727}
  3. Hi @Alberto M

    I've tried some more tests locally in various scenarios with different email types but currently I'm, not able to replicate.  I spoke with our platform team and apparently there was a scenario similar to this in the past where if the inbound email did not have a plain text body the HTML version was being interpreted and taking the txt file content into account.  The logic was updated a long while back so that in such cases a plain text version is generated from the HTML and should prevent this issue.

    Due to the fact that I'm unable to replicate in my environment, it might be best to raise a support request with a specific instance of an email/request that has this issue, that way the specific email can be analysed to look for any possible issue.

    Kind Regards,

    Dave.

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  4. @Adrian Simpkins

    I could be wrong, but initially to me this looks like there is no suitable (associated) app installed on that individual user's machine for whatever file type that is trying to be opened from the request, e.g. no associated app to open a .txt file etc.  This looks like a local client issue rather than an issue with Hornbill based on the error you have posted.

    Kind Regards,

    Dave

  5. Hi @Paul Alexander

    Sorry we haven't been able to get the bottom of the specific issue as yet by way of replication.  I think at this point it might be worth raising this as a support issue and then we can tackle it from there, perhaps we'll need to see the specific issue on your instance in order to find the underlying issue.

    Kind regards,

    Dave

  6. Hi @Paul Alexander

    Just following on from your last post about the users, I've configured a service manager user with the self service user role and that still loads for me.

    One last test I was going to try is when you are logged into the service portal and open an example where the image is not loading.  Could you then try opening in a new tab the URL for the image.. e.g. in your previous comment you listed the URL for the image so in that example in the new tab you would try opening

    https://service.hornbill.com/vinci/php/attachment/image.php?application=com.hornbill.servicemanager&entity=Faqs&key=1479&secure&filepath=image1582729088477.191.png

    When it works correctly the image should load, if not then I'm hoping it may return some form of error.

    Kind Regards,

    Dave

  7. Hi @Adrian Simpkins

    Thanks for the post.  I've just checked which fields are supported and I have made a clarification on the wiki page.  The fields listed (which now additionally includes "Priority") are the only fields which are searched as part of the quick filter searching, sites is not currently available to the quick search.

    Kind Regards,

    Dave

  8. What's Fixed

    • When General Asset depreciation information section is hidden, changes to an Asset cannot be made. {PM00161655}
    • Unable to apply an email to a closed Request. {PM00161661}
    • Unable to view images in an FAQ within Service Portal as a user with 'Collaboration Role' and 'Self Service User' roles only. {PM00161645}
  9. Hi @mojahidm

    I've been through and double checked and in all my tests it is updating the last updated date whenever the the request comes off hold.  The only reason I could guess it might not be updated is if the timeline entry has been turned off... provided you get an entry in the timeline when the action occurs (as per the screenshot) then you should see the last update date updated.

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    Kind Regards,

    Dave.

  10. @Alberto M

    I've just checked through and we don't currently populate any variables into this confirmation, it was initially provided as a simple confirmation method with an update such as "This is an automated system message to inform you that your Hornbill request has been successfully updated".

    I'll raise it internally to see if we can get a change raised for that.

    Kind Regards,

    Dave

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  11. @Alberto M

    That setting is not new, its been in place for a long time and we haven't implemented anything that would change that setting on updates.  The only thought as to why you would just start seeing these emails is that something was not working correctly prior to the update and now with the updated autoresponder scripts its calling this correctly.

    If you turn off the option then it should stop the emails.

    Regards,

    Dave

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