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Where can i get the release notes for DIA ? from version 1.1.16 to 2.3.07

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Using Connect port X4,
Where our old application is running on DIA 1.1.16 and python 2.4.3 environment.

We need to upgrade it to DIA 2.3.0.7 with Python 2.4.3

So, I am searching for the changes made on DIA from
version 1.1.16 to version 2.3.07.

Where can i get the documents related to the changes ?
asked Jan 7 in Device Cloud by raghu New to the Community (0 points)

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I found this:
ftp://ftp1.digi.com/support/developmentsoftware/93000647_G.txt

Plus here is some newer dia release notes; although doesn't look totally current:



Digi International iDigi Dia Release Notes

Release Notes for Version 40002675_I (2.0.12):

Hotfix Release

* Removed data corruption bug in edp_upload.

Release Notes for Version 40002675_H (2.0.11):

Device Changes

* A new driver, EDPUpload, has been introduced to upload data to
iDigi. It is intended to replace the iDigi_DB presentation.

* A new driver, the DigiMeshDeviceManager, has been introduced to
support the DigiMesh protocol.

* The XBeeDeviceManager has been deprecated and replaced with the
ZigBeeDeviceManager for ZigBee networks.

* Iridium support and the ability to enable/disable via a channel
output added to Short Messaging presentation.

* It is now possible to recover from reboot cycles. See Developer
Documentation -> Development Overview -> Section 5 for details
on the anti-spin mechanism.

Keith
answered Jan 8 by kjensen8 Veteran of the Digi Community (572 points)
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DIA Release Notes

Release Notes for Version 40002675_L (2.3.0.7):

Core System Changes

* DIA will now detect and issue a warning if an instance is
already running on the system

* An issue on some systems where operations on the end of the file
logger would corrupt the log was fixed.

Device Changes

* Device Drivers added for the following Transport I/O cards
- Telemetry1
- Telemetry2
- Fleet
- GPS

* date/time of the dia.zip creation (by make.py) is now saved in
file zip_build_date.py, which is stored in the root directory of
the dia.zip file. The line "from zip_build_date import DIA_ZIP_BUILD_DATE"
causes DIA_ZIP_BUILD_DATE to be a string like "2013-02-06T20:58:45Z". This is
used by the "build_date" channel of the info_device driver.

* new InfoDevice, which allows the users to add static Dia data channels
such as name, version, build_date, and so on.

* Xbee Sensor driver (for L\T\ and \L\T\H Sensor) have settings added to support use of
degrees Fahrenheit and adding a calibration offset.

* Added the 'calls' tracer level to ESP smart editor files. Is lower than 'debug', for
use with very simply 'method entry' messages useful when debugging
inheritance issues.

* Changed the RCI handler to accept multiple commands within a single
<do_command> block. Commands are executed from top to bottom. Previous
commands can affect the state of subsequent commands. Failed commands
do not affect the state of other commands.

* Documentation updates

* Presentations

* The RCI presentation will not accept and process multiple
commands in a single payload.


Release Notes for Version 40002675_K (2.2.0.1):

Core System Changes

* ConnectPort X2e ZB UMTS, ConnectPort X2e ZB EVDO, and
ConnectPort X2e ZB EVDO Verizon support added

* Documentation updates

Release Notes for Version 40002675_J (2.1.0.8):

Core System Changes

* ConnectPort X2e ZB support added.

* Platform independent time module (digitime) added.
See lib/digitime.py for details.

Device Changes

* EDPUpload renamed channel "upload_now" to "upload_snapshot"
and added support for interval snapshots.

Release Notes for Version 40002675_H (2.0.0):

Device Changes

* A new driver, EDPUpload, has been introduced to upload data to
Device Cloud. It is intended to replace the iDigi_DB presentation.

* A new driver, the DigiMeshDeviceManager, has been introduced to
support the DigiMesh protocol.

* The XBeeDeviceManager has been deprecated and replaced with the
ZigBeeDeviceManager for ZigBee networks.

* Iridium support and the ability to enable/disable via a channel
output added to Short Messaging presentation.

* It is now possible to recover from reboot cycles. See Developer
Documentation -> Development Overview -> Section 5 for details
on the anti-spin mechanism.
answered Jan 10 by Shiva New to the Community (2 points)
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