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  • Uploading of synchronization status

    How to configure client machines so they are uploading synchronization status: First, disable FTP Service to all client machines that will have their synchronization status displayed.  If this involves all client machines you can disable this FTP service (Windows, Gene6 or other), on the GO! Sync Server. Locate your $serverdataMobileUploads folder.  In this location, create a SyncStatus folder.  […]

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  • ESRI AxToolbarControl and Windowless ActiveX controls are not supported

    To allow for complete control of the application configuration, GO! Sync Mapbook uses reflection to load all of it’s components. This seems to cause a problem in Vista with machines that have Data Execution Prevention (DEP) running. The ActiveX controls that makeup ArcGIS Engine do not load properly.  You can use the following command line to fix this: […]

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  • Invalid license error and licensing new machines

    If you run into the following error, chances are you aren’t logged on as an administrator or logged in with administrative rights: The following license failed to register properly. Please contact your application administrator or TC Technology Technical Support for assistance.   Machine ID= C334 Version=9.3.220   Unspecified error while processing license file. After logging in as […]

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  • Town of Bargersville Benefits from GO! Sync Mobile GIS

    Carlsbad, CA October 5, 2010 – TC Technology announces that the Town of Bargersville deployed GO! Sync Mapbook with the Redline Extension to field personnel this summer. Bargersville, incorporated in 1920 and located in central Indiana, is a thriving community and among the fastest growing areas in the county. The community now boasts a population […]

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  • How to order and hide fields for inspections

    For those users that want to order inspections in a particular order use the <FieldNameOrder></FieldNameOrder> tags after the <Section> tag. For example: <FieldNameOrder>    <FieldName>Inspector</FieldName>    <FieldName>InspectDate</FieldName>    <FieldName>PATROL_TYPE</FieldName>    <FieldName>LINE_NAME</FieldName>                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             <FieldName>CreateDate</FieldName>     <FieldName>RemovedDate</FieldName> </FieldNameOrder> To hide any particular fields that are currently being populated in your inspections, comment out those specific fields: <FieldNameOrder>    <FieldName>Inspector</FieldName>    <FieldName>InspectDate</FieldName>    <FieldName>PATROL_TYPE</FieldName>    <FieldName>LINE_NAME</FieldName>                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                <!– […]

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