Release 206, 207, and 208 of the Tulip platform are here. These releases contain routine bug fixes, improvements, and feature updates.

Player 1.0.1 Improvements and Bug Fixes:

  • Proxy credentials no longer open when not required

  • Fixed permission issue with Camera on Mac

  • Added Chinese, Japanese and Polish translations

  • Improved OPC UA support

Improvements and Features

Release 208:

  • Updated Tulip logo and favicon

  • “Any Attribute” machine triggers ignore State Change Events

  • Tables API allows dropping of all record for tables with links

Release 207:

  • Unusable options are removed in machine-related app triggers

  • Archived apps modal has been updated and has proper verbiage

  • Machine variables can be used for “Last Machine Output” data sources

  • Ensured exporting a connector does not include sensitive secrets and tokens

  • Added the ability to set the number of decimal places in the Machine Status Widget

  • The error page placeholder has been updated

  • Improved formatting for long text in the Record History Widget

  • Connectors handle cases where OAuth 2.0 refresh tokens expire

Release 206:

  • Added support for interval and timestamp comparisons in Expression Editor

  • Timestamps are allowed as the x-axis in analyses

  • Expression Editor shows all suggestions when inside a function

  • Aligned order of selecting ID then record placeholder for loading table records

  • Both downloadable Player and browser links for Shareable Stations are now shown

  • Input field components in table record modals have been updated

  • New items in the news feed show up on top

  • The Tulip Library is now linked in the app editor

  • New endpoint for increment/decrement of table record columns in Tables API

  • Machine triggers can now use machine variables

  • Table columns sort in the correct order when sorting Tables with links


Release 208:

  • The camera widget works without variables

  • Exporting CSV table analyses functions properly

  • Player no longer show a white screen if the internet disconnects

  • Machine state change app triggers work for machine variables

  • Vertical scrolling on shareable dashboards behaves properly

  • Logging out in GxP mode does not trigger a failed attempt to report a completion

  • Created records from the Tulip API no longer show as deleted users in the Record History Widget

Release 207:

  • Activity fields can be added for machine status widget

  • Gateways will no longer falsely show up as deleted

  • Fixed an issue blocking imported analyses from running

  • Machine activity table updates in real-time

  • Switching between editing multiple select inputs always updates options

  • When showing table record details in Completions, archived columns are hidden

  • Table records are displayed correctly in Completions in Developer Mode.

  • A check of every usage option occurs before deleting a machine attribute

  • All options can be selected when creating machine activity fields and attributes

  • Analytics editor functions properly when using machines with custom color activity fields

  • The client secret does not get overwritten when editing other parts of a connector configuration

  • Analyses can run on multiple machines even if the types have different custom activity fields

Release 206

  • Enabled state change triggers for machine types

  • Links in admin tables page now link properly

  • Expressions in Analytics Editor do not overflow, (could prevent deletion of an operation)

  • Users cannot create a placeholder that does not link to a valid Tulip Table

  • Account owners can see the user table with custom fields

  • “Last Machine Output” always gets the correct value

  • False error messages on logout no longer occur

  • Documents can be embedded in GovCloud instances

  • Table record paths properly escape

  • DATE_TRUNC_TZ expression properly incorporates timezone

  • Machine attributes widget always display the value, even if it is not mapped on the machine type for the machine

  • Enabled editing of an analysis using machine types with custom activity fields that are colors

These features and more are available to Tulip users in release 206 and above. To learn more about other additions and fixes with the most recent releases of Tulip, visit our community site for release notes, and our support site for resources. Want to learn more about a specific product feature? Reach out with questions.