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Date available on Pearson VUE Hosted Server:  Thursday, March 21, 2019

Potential date available for Remote Deployment Installations:  


Why is there a delay of releases for remote deployment installations?

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There is usually a slight delay of releases for remote deployment installations while code is compiled and packaged into an installer package.

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This list is a summary of planned changes for the release and the final list of changes included may be different. Please check back after the release date for the complete list of changes included.

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Please be sure to review the Known Issues page to see a list of any continuing defects seen in the application.

Links to updated help topics

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See Updated help topics in this release at the bottom of the page. A list of all the help topics that were updated in this release are listed with links to the topics.

 

Release Updates

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Users Affected

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When does this happen?Outcome

Type

All pages dealing with item lockingProject Managers,
Item Writers,
Reviewers
New Item Locking functionalityWhen items are manually or automatically checked-out.

New Item Locking functionality was introduced with this release.

For comprehensive details on the new functionality, see the Item Locking topic.

Enhancement
      


Updated help topics in this release 

The following help topics were updated in this release. Click the link to view the details on each topic.

  • General changes - we are slowing transitioning from the use of the word question and switching to the word item instead. Item is a better description since not all items are questions. You can have an exhibit or a display item which do not ask a question, they simply provide information to the candidate. Item is a more generic term.
  • Chapter 2 - Develop Items


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