Fiber Manager 10.2.1d Release Contents
Fiber Manager allows users to manage and analyze fiber optic systems. It provides a set of tools and reports that connect, maintain, and manage an organization's fiber infrastructure.
New functionality is described in What's New in 10.2.1d.
Fiber Manager 10.2.1d contains the following bug fixes:
- CLS-57144 - Connection Manager gives error when editing another workspace that does not include the fiber data.
- CLS-62105 - Selecting a circuit header that is not an endpoint of the circuit causes errors.
- CLS-62491 - Duplicate entries in circuit component table created when a circuit is modified in two different versions simultaneously.
- CLS-63038 - Poor Fiber Manager performance where a large large number of circuits exists.
All upgrade information is available here.
Perform the following steps, in sequence, to install Fiber Manager :
- Navigate to GIS Downloads.
- Double-click the Microsoft installer file for this product.
- Follow the instructions to complete the installation.
- MM55155 - When re-parenting objects with Location Editor, related connections are left with original parent, affecting trace results.
- MM55022 - Connection Manager generates an error when attempting to connect an object with SUPPORTSALOSS assigned to an object without it.
- MM54611 - Opening the Trace Selector window in Circuit Manager and clicking Apply, after a header has already been selected, throws exception.
- MM53975 - Minor display issue in location editor for some imported favorites.
- MM53865 - Warning messages in the event log when upgrading a database.
- MM53701 - Splice schematics do not work when MuxDemux is present.
- Esri BUG-000096609 - Help - Our context sensitive help opens two tabs in a web browser.
Schneider Electric no longer ships static help files with each software release. All ArcFM Using and Configuration guides are available in the ArcFM Solution Resource Center. The guides are updated on a regular basis. You can view this information before installing the latest release.