Version - 19 May 2017

Several performance enhancements

This version contains bug fixes and several performance enhancements

Version - 20 Apr 2017

Utility to start and stop Logging

When a user reports a problem with SOHODOX, it is sometimes very helpful to receive the SOHODOX log files from their machine In order for our team to debug the problem.

The current process of enabling and disabling logging was very flexible but cumbersome for users. The Log Utility simplifies this to a single click.

When you stop logging the utility conveniently create a zip file with all the existing logs which you can email to our support.

It also lets you delete all log files in the logs folder.

To launch the SOHODOX Log utility, click on Windows Start Menu > All Apps > Sohodox Desktop > SOHODOX Log utility.

Version - 17 Mar 2017

Several performance enhancements

This version contains bug fixes and several performance enhancements

Version - 17 Feb 2017

Select a file and press Ctrl+Shift+F7 to view the file in Windows Explorer

In earlier versions of SOHODOX, you could select a file and press the Ctrl+F7 key combination to copy the location of the selected file to the Windows clipboard.

In addition to that now if you select a file and press the Ctrl+Shift+F7 key combination, SOHODOX will launch a Windows Explorer window with the file highlighted.

Version - 17 Oct 2016

SOHODOX now supports SQL Server Express 2016

SOHODOX can now work with SQL Server 2016 Express. In addition to this it continues to work with 2008, 2012 and 2014 versions of SQL Server Express Edition.

Version - 22 Sep 2016

Several performance enhancements

This version contains bug fixes and several performance enhancements

Version - 12 Aug 2016

Improved logging

This version has much improved and more detailed logging. Also logging is now enabled by default and older logs are automatically deleted every 30 days. This allows for faster problem resolution.

Built-in viewer for Zip files

When a ZIP is selected the preview pane now displays a link. Clicking the link opens the new Zip File Viewer window.


Version - 31 May 2016

SOHODOX Registration method modified for Client install

In previous versions of SOHODOX, users had to apply their Registration key on all the machines on which SOHODOX Desktop client was installed. This was hectic for customers with large installations of SOHODOX Desktop client. In this version onwards, you will only need to apply or update the Registration key on the Server machine.

Ability to disable automatic search and highlight in documents

A new option has been added in the Options Dialog > Systems Options to control automatic search and highlight in documents after a quick search.

Version - 29 Apr 2016

New utility to automatically install and configure SQL Server Express 2014

Previous versions of SOHODOX required first time users to handle the installation and configuration of SQL Express 2012.

We have highly simplified this process by creating a utility to automatically install SQL Server Express 2014 and configure SOHODOX to work with SQL Express.

To know more about the utility, click here

Improved Client server configuration

In a multi-user environment, previously in case of a new install or an upgrade users were asked to either specify the location of the ‘multi-user.gdx’ file or manually copy the ‘multi-user.gdx’ file from the Server machine to the Client machine. This process is now completely automatic.

SOHODOX will now automatically pick up the multi-user.gdx from the Server installation and replace it in the Client installations.

Determining whether SOHODOX is installed in Client/Server

Previously it was difficult to find out if SOHODOX on a particular machine was installed in Server or Client mode. The ‘About’ dialog now displays whether SOHODOX on a particular machine is installed in Server or Client mode.

Version - 30 Mar 2016

ITAZ SOHODOX Services set to Automatic (Delayed Start) on Windows 10

Previously, the ‘Startup Type‘ for SOHODOX Services were set to Automatic which means to immediately start the services as soon as Windows starts up.

Users using Windows 10 or those who recently upgraded to Windows 10 reported problems related to the SOHODOX Services being in stopped state after a restart. This prevented SOHODOX Desktop client from starting up.

Windows 10 in its attempt to speed up the boot process seems to be causing some services not to start (or somehow shutdown right after starting). We have seen this affect SOHODOX Services as well as SQL Server service.

We have now set the Startup Type for the SOHODOX Services to Automatic (Delayed Start) which will start SOHODOX services after giving priority to other services. This fixes the problem.