PERSISTING CONFIGURATION CHANGES ACROSS USER SESSIONS
We changed the grid screens so that column changes you’ve applied (such as resizing, reorganizing, changing the sort order, and adding/removing columns) will persist throughout your current user session and future sessions, so if you log out and log back in — or just refresh the screen — your column view will be what you configured it to. Note that these modifications are saved only after ten seconds; if you reload a page before 10 seconds have passed, the screen will be restored to its default settings.
In addition, other settings such as selecting or deselecting Include All Subaccounts, choosing the number of rows per page, saved queries, and search filters will now persist across user sessions.
SHOWING ASSOCIATED LMUS/MDTS IN DEVICE DETAILS
In the Device Details window, we added an Associated Device(s) section for devices with a correlated MDT (mobile data terminal). For the LMU, this will show the associated MDT’s serial number. For the MDT, the connected LMU’s ESN (electronic serial number) will be displayed.
DISPLAYING THE FIRST ID REPORT TIME AND FIRST AND LAST ICN HEARTBEAT ON THE DEVICES SCREEN
On the Devices screen, we added three new columns: First ID Report Time, First ICN Heartbeat, and Last ICN Heartbeat, which show the date and time the device first reported to CalAmp and the date and time when CalAmp first and last verified that the device could report CrashBoxx events, respectively. These will be turned off by default but can be enabled via the column selector.