4.2: New Page

4.2: New Page

What's New in 4.2: User Summary Page

In the user administration section, you'll find a new User Summary page in RT 4.2. This new page pulls together current information related to a given user in one convenient place, making it a natural destination for links from usernames throughout the RT interface.

To get to the new User Summary page, you'll find links in all of the normal places where a username is display. This includes ticket listings that show requestor or owner, ticket histories, and the People section on tickets. There is also a User Summary link in the "More about the requestors" section on the ticket display page. The ticket listings on the User Summary page itself have links as well, making it easy to jump to another owner or requestor.

As you can see above, the top of the page contains a search for finding other users in the system. Like other user fields, it provides auto-completion to make it easier to track down the right user by name, email address, or real name.

The page then has a short summary identifying the user, followed by a Quick ticket area that allows you to easily create a new ticket on behalf of the user. This is convenient when a request comes in on your cell phone or just a "drive-by" office request, or when a new request or task springs from an existing ticket and the user you're looking at should be the requestor.

The bottom of the screen displays a summary of active and inactive tickets similar to the summary in "More about the requestors," but with more data. This section displays tickets where the user has some sort of watcher relationship. If you're looking at the page for a staff member, you'll see active and inactive tickets where they are the owner. For customers, you'll see tickets where they are the requestor.

Finally, when you need to update some user information, the user Edit and Membership links are available in the submenu at the top.

If you missed some earlier posts, you can find more new RT 4.2 features in the new feature overview.

New Web Intelligence Interactive Viewer

To propose a simplified experience, new modernized interfaces are now proposed for both Web Intelligence and BI Launch pad:

  • A new BI Launch Pad that can be accessed through the http://<server>:<port>/BOE/BILaunchpad URL
  • For Web Intelligence, a new interface named Web Intelligence Interactive Viewer.

These new interfaces have adopted the new FIORI style FIORI is the graphical library used in SAP to standardize all its applications. It is agnostic, designed to work on mobile device (like a tablet) for touch application or on classic desktop.

Web Intelligence Interactive Viewer

Both these classic and new versions can co-exist on the same repository. They are only front-end user interfaces and there is no CMS or document conversion required to use these new interfaces. The Web Intelligence back-end services remain the same all your existing Web Intelligence documents can be opened in this new interface and will continue to behave as in the Web Intelligence dHTML, Applet or Rich Client.

With the new Web Intelligence Interactive Viewer, you can open and refresh any existing documents and benefit of these features:

  • Navigation by report, section or page
  • Refresh documents with the support of all types of parameters and BI variants
  • Display comment
  • Zoom
  • Drill, if the document has been saved in drill mode
  • Element linking
  • New integrated Filters bar integrating:
    • Prompt summary
    • Input controls and group input controls
    • Element linking
    • Drill

    Comment Displayed in Web Intelligence Interactive Viewer

    Interactive Commands: Sort and Rank

    In this first version, the Web Intelligence Interactive View won’t be at parity with its classic versions (dHTML, Java or Rich Client):

    • Some features are not supported in the interactive viewer: Fold/unfold, frozen headers, reply/create comments …
    • This interactive viewer does not allow you to create or edit a document. For design mode, you’ll have to use the classic Web Intelligence dHTML, Applet or Rich Client versions.

    This parity is planned in future versions.

    • The new BI Launch Pad and Web Intelligence Interactive Viewer rely on REST Web Services. In the CMC, make sure the AccessURL is properly set in Applications > RESTWebService > Properties.

    RESTFul REST WS Properties

    • To log into the new BI Launch pad, you need to have the BI Launch Pad’s “Logon to new Fiorified BI Launch pad” security right.

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    B3-4.2-02, Depository Accounts (12/06/2016)

    This topic contains information on depository accounts, including:

    Depository Accounts

    Funds held in a checking, savings, money market, certificate of deposit, or other depository accounts may be used for the down payment, closing costs, and financial reserves. The funds must be verified as described in B3-4.2-01, Verification of Deposits and Assets. Unverified funds are not acceptable for the down payment, closing costs, or financial reserves.

    The lender must investigate any indications of borrowed funds. These must be identified differently based upon how the asset account was verified.

    Business Assets

    Business assets may be an acceptable source of funds for the down payment, closing costs, and financial reserves when a borrower is self-employed and the individual federal income tax returns have been evaluated by the lender, including, if applicable, the business federal income tax returns for that particular business (non-Schedule C). The borrower must be listed as an owner of the account and the account must be verified in accordance with B3-4.2-01, Verification of Deposits and Assets. The lender must perform a business cash flow analysis to confirm that the withdrawal of funds for this transaction will not have a negative impact on the business. See Section B3&ndash3.2, Self-Employment Income, for additional information on the analysis of a self-employed borrower.

    Evaluating Large Deposits

    When bank statements (typically covering the most recent two months) are used, the lender must evaluate large deposits, which are defined as a single deposit that exceeds 50% of the total monthly qualifying income for the loan. Requirements for evaluating large deposits vary based on the transaction type, as shown in the table below.

    If funds from a large deposit are needed to complete the purchase transaction (that is, are used for the down payment, closing costs, or financial reserves), the lender must document that those funds are from an acceptable source. Occasionally, a borrower may not have all of the documentation required to confirm the source of a deposit. In those instances, the lender must use reasonable judgment based on the available documentation as well as the borrower&rsquos debt-to-income ratio and overall income and credit profile. Examples of acceptable documentation include the borrower&rsquos written explanation, proof of ownership of an asset that was sold, or a copy of a wedding invitation to support receipt of gift funds. The lender must place in the loan file written documentation of the rationale for using the funds.

    Verified funds must be reduced by the amount (or portion) of the undocumented large deposit (as defined above), and the lender must confirm that the remaining funds are sufficient for the down payment, closing costs, and financial reserves. When the lender uses a reduced asset amount, net of the unsourced amount of a large deposit, that reduced amount must be used for underwriting purposes (whether the mortgage loan is underwritten manually or through DU).

    Note: When a deposit has both sourced and unsourced portions, only the unsourced portion must be used to calculate whether or not it must be considered a large deposit.

    Scenario 1: Borrower has monthly income of $4,000 and an account at ABC Bank with a balance of $20,000. A deposit of $3,000 is identified, but $2,500 of that deposit is documented as coming from the borrower's federal income tax refund.

    Only the unsourced $500 [the deposit of $3,000 minus the documented $2,500] must be considered in calculating whether it meets the large deposit definition.

    The unsourced $500 is 12.5% of the borrower&rsquos $4,000 monthly income, falling short of the 50% definition of a large deposit.

    Therefore, it is not considered a large deposit and the entire $20,000 balance in the ABC Bank account can be used for underwriting purposes.

    Scenario 2: Using the same borrower example, a deposit of $3,000 is identified, but only $500 is documented as coming from the borrower&rsquos federal income tax refund, leaving $2,500 unsourced.

    In this instance, the unsourced $2,500 is 63% of the borrower&rsquos $4,000 monthly income, which does meet the definition of a large deposit.

    Therefore, the unsourced $2,500 must be subtracted from the account balance of $20,000 and only the remaining $17,500 may be used for underwriting purposes.

    Note: If the source of a large deposit is readily identifiable on the account statement(s), such as a direct deposit from an employer (payroll), the Social Security Administration, or IRS or state income tax refund, or a transfer of funds between verified accounts, and the source of the deposit is printed on the statement, the lender does not need to obtain further explanation or documentation. However, if the source of the deposit is printed on the statement, but the lender still has questions as to whether the funds may have been borrowed, the lender should obtain additional documentation.

    The DU validation service automates the assessment of large deposits. When assets are validated, DU issues a message indicating which large deposits require documentation. Compliance with the DU messages satisfies the requirement for documenting large deposits. See B3-2-02, DU Validation Service

    Request for Verification of Deposit

    When a Verification of Deposit (Form 1006 or Form 1006(S)) (VOD) is used and depository activity is not included, the lender must verify the source of funds for

    accounts opened within the last 90 days of the application date, and

    account balances that are considerably greater than the average balance reflected on the VOD.

    DRM / Graphics:

    - The AMDGPU kernel DRM driver has finally been mainlined. This is the driver to support the Radeon R9 285 "Tonga" and all future GPUs, including Carrizo APUs and the to-be-supported Fiji/Fury GPUs. This AMDGPU driver will live alongside the current "Radeon" DRM driver as the kernel components to AMD's open-source Linux driver offering. In the future, the Catalyst Linux driver might also rely upon this new kernel driver so that the Catalyst binary blob would be isolated to user-space.

    Open-source AMD R9 285 support is finally here!

    - VCE1 video encode support was added to the Radeon DRM driver.

    - The VirtIO GPU driver was the other new DRM component. This is for providing mode-setting the KVM/QEMU VirtIO guests and will be eventually be used as part of the Virgil3D project for exposing OpenGL/3D acceleration to guest VMs on Red Hat's virtualization stack.

    - Initial support for Intel Broxton Atom SoCs should be initially enabled by Linux 4.2. Broxton features Skylake-class graphics while having a Goldmont-based CPU design. Broxton tablets/devices are expected to start appearing in the months ahead.

    As usual there are many open-source GPU driver improvements with this next kernel, but sadly no Nouveau driver changes.

    - Many other DRM core changes. The atomic mode-setting support should be stabilized, more drivers have taken advantage of the atomic interfaces, DisplayPort MST is better handled, the Adreno A306 is now supported by the MSM DRM driver, etc. Sadly, no major changes for the Nouveau (open-source NVIDIA driver) were integrated for Linux 4.2.

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    4.2: New Page

    mikeller released this Jun 14, 2020 · 808 commits to master since this release

    Just in time for summer.

    . for most of us, and in time for the end of COVID-19 related lockdowns in a lot of places, we are proud to announce the release of Betaflight 4.2.0!

    This is the third release of Betaflight after the switch to our new approach of how we support targets for different boards, and we have put effort into making support for these 'Unified Targets' easier and more seamless than before. We have also managed to convert most of the existing targets to use this new approach. This is enabling us to add support for new targets without additional effort for the developers, and as a result Betaflight is now supporting more different hardware than ever before (currently we are supporting 185 different flight controller models and counting).

    As usual, our flight performance wizards have kept busy as well, and have added a bunch of improvements to how Betaflight flies. On top of that, they have improved the defaults, and made the firmware easier to tune than ever before.

    One new feature that will be of interest to pilots still forced to stay inside is the new battery sag compensation: This feature results in a more consistent stick feel for the entire duration of the battery. The feedback that we are getting from many of our test pilots is that this is particularly useful for small indoor setups, like whoops or similar. Have a look at the 4.2 Tuning Notes to find out how to set this up.

    Last but not least, we have also reworked how the gyro loop works, and it now runs at a fixed speed that is identical to the native update speed for the model of gyro that is used. This has simplified the setup of loop speeds, and allowed us to add support for a number of new gyro models - hopefully we'll see manufacturers pick this up and start offering exciting new flight controllers with these new gyros.

    For an extended list of new features see below.

    To make sure you get the latest version of your target installed, head over to this page and make sure you have got the latest version of Betaflight configurator installed before updating your firmware.

    To get the best out of the flight performance improvements, please read the Tuning Notes.

    If you are upgrading from an earlier version of Betaflight, please read the following section containing a list of things that you might have to change in your configuration.

    We have tried to make this release as bug free as possible. If you still find a bug, please report it back to us by opening an issue here.

    If you want to talk about Betaflight, ask configuration questions, or just hang out with fellow pilots, you can do this in our Facebook group.

    Betaflight also has a presence in the Slack messaging platform. Register here, and then come join us in Slack. Most developers hang out there, so this is a great place to talk about the things you are tinkering with in Betaflight, or get help with really complicated configuration problems.

    Before you upgrade, you will need to export your user profile and copy it to a safe location.

    To export User Profiles from Dragon Medical Practice Edition :

    1. On the DragonBar, select Profile > Manage User Profiles.
    2. The Manage User Profiles dialog box opens.
    3. Select the User Profile in the list that you want to export.
    4. When the Browse For Folder dialog box opens, navigate to the folder where you want to store the exported User Profile (or create a new folder by clicking the Make New Folder button) and click OK.
    5. When a dialog box opens displaying a message indicating the export was successful, click OK.
    6. Repeat steps 3 through 6 for each set of User Profiles you want to export.
    7. Click Close .
    8. In the operating system, navigate to the directory where you exported the User Profiles. In that directory you find a separate folder for each exported User Profile, labeled with the user name.

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