Tuesday, March 6, 2012

Super LOV Release 2.0.1

I've just release Super LOV 2.0.1 into the wild. This patch release offers very little in terms of new features but fixes a number of bugs and even patches a XSS vulnerability so I recommend everyone using Super LOV to upgrade ASAP.

The new version can be downloaded from our plug-in downloads page here:
http://skillbuilders.com/plugins

Also, although it's not noted anywhere, I've applied the XSS vulnerability patch to the download file for Super LOV version 1.3 for those of you that have not yet upgraded to APEX 4.1.

Here's a summary of the updates:


  • Fixed bug where mapped values were being inadvertently escaped (thanks to Deepthi Bommera for identifying the issue)
  • Fixed bug where LOV would not load if APEX was run in languages other than English (thanks to Dennis Verdaasdonk and Yuri Arts for identifying the issue and to Patrick Wolf for helping me see the error of my ways)
  • Fixed bug that prevented keyboard actions from working when report regions existed on the page (thanks to Dennis Verdaasdonk for identifying the issue)
  • Fixed but that prevented modal dialog from opening in IE when browser was in quirks mode (thanks to Martin D’Souza for identifying the issue and providing a solution)
  • Added support for native Dynamic Actions including Set Value, Get Value, Hide, Show, Enable, and Disable (thanks to Martin D’Souza for the suggestion)
  • Renamed fieldset id to work with $x_ItemRow  (thanks to Martin D’Souza for the suggestion)
  • Fixed bug where change event fired when twice when in enterable mode. Now native change event is suppressed and a change event is triggered when a change is made according to standard use of the plug-in (thanks to Martin D’Souza for identifying the issue) 
  • Set input value to be escaped while rendering input to prevent XSS vulnerabilities (thanks to Patrick Wolf for identifying this issue)
  • Fixed bug that generated checksum error when readonly items were on the page (thanks to Paul for identifying the issue and to Patrick Wolf for providing a solution)


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