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MySQL 5.7

MySQL 5.7.11 fixes compatibility with Mac OS X allowing it to autostart. When Yosemite was released MySQL would not autostart, requiring you to click the start button in System Prefs if the computer was rebooted.

Big Business 10.3 includes a fix for compatibility with MySQL 5.7.8 and higher. Changes to Date formatting in MySQL can block earlier versions of Big Business from making some updates.


Search Fixes

Big Business 10 adds new Searches. This a big feature change, which you can turn On or Off in Search Prefs or toggle by holding Option/Alt while opening the Search. Fixed issues include:
• Sorting by Status, Date, or Number using multiple Sort Columns
• Removing Phone # 1
• Sorting by text numbers
• Category Code blank
• Search Refresh

This Solution details Search fixes. (6598)


Sheet Windows

Big Business 10.6 uses Sheet Windows for dialogs on the Mac when Auto Zoom is turned on. On Microsoft Windows a resizable windows is used.

This Solution describes this feature. (6607)
Auto Zoom


Payment Blank

Big Business 10 has a regression bug that changes for Refunds can cause blank columns for Date and Invoice # on a Payment. Big Business 10.6 fixes this problem.

The problem can also be fixed by turning On the Refund tool. This Solution explains how. (6607)
Refund Tool


Zoom Fixes

Big Business 10.6 adds Auto Zoom for beta testing and with it various bugs for displaying and scolling. :)

This Solution details Zoom fixes. (6610)


MySQL 5.7 for Windows

MySQL 5.7 updates installers for Windows and some of the syntax for typical changes needed to share data from your Big Buisness Server to shipping workstations running UPS WorldShip, FedEx Ship Manager, and so on.

This Solution provides details. (6655)


Setting up MySQL on OS X

MySQL is a popular database platform with connectivity options for many programming languages such as PHP, Perl, Python, TCL, C, Java etc. This means you can easily access this data from a variety of applications written in a variety of programming languages.

The Middleware Add-On is an option that allows Big Business to synchronize data with an external data source (MySQL) where it can be more r


Setting up MySQL on Windows

MySQL is a popular database platform with connectivity options for many programming languages such as PHP, Perl, Python, TCL, C, Java etc. This means you can easily access this data from a variety of applications written in a variety of programming languages.

The Middleware Add-On is an option that allow Big Business Server to synchronize data with an external data source (MySQL) where it can be


MySQL: Creating a System DSN

This feature is part of the MySQL Add-On, which is an additional module that enables Big Business to synchronize data with MySQL.

This Solution describes Creating a System DSN for to connect, for example, UPS Worldship, to MySQL using ODBC. (6169)


Middleware Connection Settings

The Middleware Add-On is an option that allows Big Business to synchronize data with an external data source (MySQL) where it can be more readily accessed, repurposed, and manipulated. This Solution describes its connection settings (6172).
Middleware



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