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  • Fix saved source/object indicator.
  • Fix Syslog sending in CT.
  • Fixing sub file roll in displaying CT records.
  • Fixing object history window display.
  • Fix case # 54063 Object appears to not be saved.
  • Fixed case # 54074 RNQ0100 error and cancel screen in Change Tracker source members display.
  • The Change‐Tracker Log File now contains information for how an object was saved.
  • Upon defining libraries to track, the default for whether to keep the source of a changed object is now Yes.
    To define libraries to be tracked:
    • Select 31 – General Definitions from the Change‐Tracker Main Menu.
    • Select 1Libraries from the General Definitions Menu.
    • A new BASE support menu has been added to all products.
  • Many of the options from the Maintenance Menu were moved to the BASE Support Menu.
    The email options from the Configuration Menu have also been moved to the BASE Support Menu.
    To make use of this new feature, the BASE product (SMZ4) MUST be installed first.
    To access the BASE Support Menu, select 89Base Support from the product Main Menu.
  • Upon defining libraries to be tracked, the users can now use wildcards to define a generic group of libraries (for example; SMZ* defines all libraries that start with SMZ).
    Also, the option to skip a library (or group of libraries) was now added.
    To define libraries to be tracked:
    • Select 31General Definitions from the Change‐Tracker Main Menu.
    • Select 1Libraries from the General Definitions Menu.
  • Upon defining the object changes that need to be tracked, the user can now omit
    changes made by renaming the object.
    This functionality is available for object and source member changes for native objects, for IFS object changes, and for changes in the PTF Activity Log.
    To define object changes, use one of the following options from the Change‐Tracker
    Main Menu:
    •  1 – Object Changes
    •  2 – Source Members Changes
    • 11 – IFS Changes
    • 21 – PTF Objects Activity Log
  • Upon defining the object changes that need to be tracked, the user can now omit Saved Information changes.
    This functionality is available for object and source member changes for native objects, for IFS object changes, and for changes in the PTF Activity Log.
    To define object changes, use one of the following options from the Change‐Tracker
    Main Menu:
    •  1 – Object Changes
    •  2 – Source Members Changes
    • 11 – IFS Changes
    • 21 – PTF Objects Activity Log