Winet 6.56 released

  1. OpenSSL 1.1.1d is supported.
  2. Licensing problems introduced in version 6.55 has been fixed.
  3. The 3270 WebServer Web interfaces have been improved to handle a large number of users and sessions much better.
  4. The 3270 WebServer handling of Mime types has been improved.
  5. The 3270 Webserver proxy functionalty has been enhanced.
  6. The restrictions on ports for the Winet Proxy settings have been removed.
  7. The Irma client and server now support SSL/TLS connections.
  8. Various bugs which could lead to crashes were discovered and fixed.

Winet 6.55 released

Update notes:

  1. All applications now support IPv6 and Unicode.
  2. InetVtx00 handling of keypad application mode and cursor mode has been fixed.
  3. Window scrolling has been fixed.
  4. Various minor bugs have been fixed.
  5. A non-standard script engine can be specified on the command line.
  6. The help file has been updated.

Winet 6.54 released

Update notes:

  1. Terminal emulators: An alternate host and port can be specified for the case that a connection fails.
    This is done in the Setup>Autoconnect dialog box. If it is set up, it will try the alternate connection
    whether Auto connect is set or not.
  2. OpenSSL 1.1.1b is supported.
  3. It is possible to start a terminal emulator with the keyboard disabled, requiring the EmulatorProcessKeyboard
    property to be set. Contact support@gpvno.co.za for more details.
  4. The Help file has been updated.

Winet 6.53 released

Update notes:

1. Terminal emulators: The HTTP proxy functionality was fixed.
2. 3270 Web Server: The HTTP proxy functionality was fixed. Proxy sessions are managed like Web sessions.
The Javascript files were updated to work with new browsers that removed some old functions.
The Java applet was removed from the menus for security reasons, but the files are still available.
3. The Help system was updated. More information about Registry usage is included.
4. InetVTx00 configurations were cleaned up.
5. OpenSSL 1.1.0h is supported.
6. Services don’t log Interrogate events any longer.

Winet 6.52 released

Update notes:

1. An old or invalid UpdateCode.txt file won’t result in displaying an error that
an invalid code has been entered.
2. Automatic license updates can now be done from a secure https web server.
3270:
3. Natural File Transfer upload: We fixed a bug and improved the speed substantially.
4. A problem with an incomplete Query reply response resulting in a blank screen
when connecting, has been fixed.
5. Inet3270 can allocate LUs from a shared pool file. Contact us for details.

Winet 6.51 released

Update notes:

1. A license update can be performed any time by entering an update code in the
Help>About dialog.

2. Graphic Escape has been properly implemented for the 3270 emulation.

3. Support for the APL language and graphic line drawing has been added for the
3270 emulation. Entering of APL symbols has been implemented for the 3270 client.

4. A number of bugs that could lead to Inet3270WebServer crashes have been fixed.

Winet 6.50 released

Update notes

1. A Print Screen Preview facility has been added.
If RTF or Merge printing is selected for screen printing, the preview can make
the RTF editor available to edit the output before printing or to edit any RTF
file. This editor produces much cleaner RTF output than some other RTF editors.

2. RTF printing now supports Landscape and other paper attributes like paper size.

3. The latest OpenSSL version 1.1.0f is supported.

4. A problem with custom buttons when explicitly loading a new configuration has
been fixed.

5. Inet3270: NFT binary upload/download has been implemented for the 3270 emulation.

6. Inet3270: Occasional display of NFT screens has been fixed. In order to function correctly,
at least one history buffer must be specified in the 3270 setup.

7. Hotspots cutting off text has been fixed.

8. It is now possible to save a configuration to the Local Machine registry
(HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE). The option to do it is only presented when the product is
run with elevation (“Run as Administrator”).
This is useful to create custom default configurations on systems with multiple users.
When a configuration entry is not found in the Current User registry (HKEY_CURRENT_USER),
the entry will be read from HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE. If it is not found there, the built-in
default value is used.