Rad Studio XE2 Update 3 Activation 64 Bit
This version provided initial support for VS2019 Integrations and includes certain functional and security updates. We recommend updating for these functional and security updates. "Update 4 Eng/Jpn" build should be used as it is the latest Update 4 compiler (see above). If you are macOS* user there was no "initial" compiler release (see Update 4 Eng/Jpn above).
Rad Studio XE2 Update 3 Activation 64 Bit
If you did not register your compiler during installation, please do so at the Intel Software Development Products Registration Center. Registration entitles you to free technical support, product updates and upgrades for the duration of the support term.
The Intel Software License Manager has been updated to version 2.9 for this release. You must upgrade to this version before installing Intel Parallel Studio XE 2019 Update 4 with a floating license. Please refer for more details:
This option is supported in versions 19.0 update 8 of the compiler and above. The details about this option can be found in the Intel Fortran Compiler 19.1 Developer Guide and Reference. To find more information, see -jump-conditional-code-erratum.pdf
User can encounter the issue with freezing of Visual Studio 2017 during opening projects from file explorer when Intel compiler integration is installed. The workaround is to open project from VS. The fix is already implemented and will be available in the next update.
If writing MEX files based on the C Matrix API or the Fortran Matrix API, then mex filenames builds one or more C, C++, or Fortran source files with the -R2017b api. In a future version of MATLAB, the default api option will change to use the interleaved complex API (-R2018a). MathWorks recommends that you create MEX files and update existing MEX files to use the interleaved complex API. Alternatively, use the MX_HAS_INTERLEAVED_COMPLEX macro to apply the desired behavior across versions of MATLAB. For more information, see MATLAB Support for Interleaved Complex API in MEX Functions.
If writing applications based on the MATLAB Engine API for C, the C MAT-File API, the Fortran Engine API, or the Fortran MAT-File API, then mex -client engine filenames builds a standalone application with the -R2017b api. In a future version of MATLAB, the default api option will change to use the interleaved complex API (-R2018a). MathWorks recommends that you create engine applications and update existing applications to use the interleaved complex API.
In a future version of MATLAB, the default api option will change to use the interleaved complex API (-R2018a). MathWorks recommends that you create applications and update existing applications to use the interleaved complex API. Alternatively, use the MX_HAS_INTERLEAVED_COMPLEX macro to apply the desired behavior across versions of MATLAB. For more information, see MATLAB Support for Interleaved Complex API in MEX Functions.
MATLAB now uses UTF-8 as its system encoding on Windows, completing the adoption of Unicode across all supported platforms. System calls made from within a MEX file take and return UTF-8 encoded strings. If your MEX file contains code or links to third-party libraries that assume a different system encoding, then you might see garbled text and thus need to update the code to be Unicode compliant.
On the macOS and Linux platforms, MATLAB uses UTF-8 as its system encoding. System calls made from within a MEX file built on macOS or Linux take and return UTF-8 encoded strings. If your MEX file contains code or links to third-party libraries that assume a different system encoding, then you might see garbled text and thus need to update the code to be Unicode compliant.
The mex function uses the large-array-handling API (-largeArrayDims option) by default. Best practice is to update your MEX source code to use this library and rebuild the MEX file. For instructions, see Upgrade MEX Files to Use Interleaved Complex API.
Older changes and updates:Repaired wrong compatibility BLOB in TRxMemoryData for Unicode.Better compatibility down to Delphi 5. And now Delphi XE2 (WIN 32) support. (.02/.03)Registration constants changed. Repair RxDemo (tables activation), replacement deprecated FileAge() in RxFileUtils and RxDBGrid (wrong colorize column) (.04)Update packages file for Delphi 2005 - XE and XE2 32bit. Repair malfunction of TFormStorage under Unicode Delphi (.06)Better compatibility with Delphi 2009, new adopted component for view any supported files, convert dfm files to text (.05)Update packages file for all versions Delphi and repair RxViewer namespace in uses for XE2.(.07)
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To purchase a course license, please contact your sales or support person.All courses require a one-time online activation after installation.* Note: Version 3.0.0+ courses are ONLY compatible with FSX 7.0 and above. GOLF Courses Installed Separately.
IMPORTANT NOTE: If you intend to upgrade to a new Windows 11 computer, please be aware that some recently-released solid state disk (SSD) modules are now shipping with sector sizes larger than 4K, which can cause problems with older versions of database systems from Microsoft, Oracle, and Pervasive/Actian. Actian will NOT be releasing updates for Zen v14 or older to address this issue. If you intend to stay on an older database engine on new hardware, you should first run the command "fsutil fsinfo sectorInfo C:", which will report a value for PhysicalBytesPerSectorForAtomicity. If this value is reported at anything over 4096, your new hardware is incompatible with Zen v14 and older, and you should plan to upgrade your database software to Zen v15 to retain functionality. Note that the sector size is an inherent property of the hardware and cannot be altered (without replacing the hardware).
The VPE SDK (Software Development Kit) is now licensed together with an annual subscription including free service releases, all updates and support. Due to this new subscription model and the drastically reduced price, updates will not be available without a valid subscription.
We detected a severe problem on Windows Vista with all VPE versions prior to v4.0:It can happen that lines of text disappear randomly in the preview.Printing or export to PDF is not affected.We researched the problem and also discussed it with Microsoft. In our opinion this is a bug in Vista. We tested several things in our code and it seems that Vista does not update portions of the screen as it should. For example, when we draw a simple line together with the text, the problem does not occur. The problem does also not occur, if the grid drawing is turned on. The problem does also not occur when Vista is in "Classic Design", i.e. without Glass. VPE's screen output is highly optimized, so that only those objects are redrawn which need to be redrawn. This seems to cause problems.All VPE versions prior to v4.0 are not specified to work on Vista, as written in the License Agreement. We strongly recommend to use VPE v4.0 or higher on Windows Vista.After Microsoft could not provide any help to solve the problem, we researched a workaround which is implemented into VPE v4.0 and higher. This workaround solves the problem completely.
Enhanced Edition and Above Integrated a complete new Barcode Library for VPE Enhanced Edition and above (BarVisD.dll). The new library supports now a total of 38 different barcode types (compared to 21 before). The font for the barcode can be selected (for example UPC-A and UPC-E require an OCR-B font).
The new library is able to generate automatically check digits for each barcode, if wanted.
Where possible, the ratio between thick and thin modules can be set by code.
The POSTNET barcode now supports 5, 9 and 11 digits.
New flag for the text position of barcodes: BCP_DEFAULT, this will choose automatically the standard appropriate for the selected barcode type.
New barcodes are:
Code 3 of 9 Extended
Code 93 Extended
PZN (Pharma Code)
ISBN (International Standard Book Number)
ISBN + EAN5
Royal Mail 4 State Customer Code
Identcode (German Post AG)
Leitcode (German Post AG)
2 of 5 Matrix
Included updated versions of the graphics import library Davinci and the image processing library Leonardo.
If PIC_TYPE_AUTO is used, VPE is now able to determine the image type not only by looking at the file suffix, but also by examining the file itself. So PIC_TYPE_AUTO will work in most cases even if the file suffix does not describe the image type. Example: you try to import a JPEG image with the name "test.001" and have set the PictureType = PIC_TYPE_AUTO, even then VPE will detect that this is a JPEG file!
Enterprise Edition and Above Ships with dycodoc the visual designer to layout form templates by point-and-click
Extended VPE API to process the templates generated by dycodoc
Additional FormField Object
Allows to query and modify an object's properties even after it has been inserted into a VPE Document
The content of single pages can be deleted
Changes from the beta version: Final Release. The code name "FormFusion" for the new visual designer has been replaced by the final name "dycodoc" (DYnamic COntent DOCuments)
Complete Online help and "Guided Tour" manual
The content of pages can be deleted
The VPE API for template- and object processing was enhanced and all reported bugs have been removed (We want to thank all our beta testers for the help they provided!)
The file suffix for dycodoc document files did change respectively from FFD to DCD. Please rename all .FFD files into .DCD (the file format is 100% upwards compatible).
All templates need to be re-generated: open each DCD file and save it immediately, this will update the TPL file.
The feature of grouping objects has been removed from dycodoc, the feature will be re-introduced in a later version