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EpochField 5.1.7 Release for Mobile

We’re excited to introduce EpochField Mobile 5.1.7! This update brings a host of improvements, bug fixes, and new features to enhance your experience. Let’s dive into the highlights of this release.

What's New

  • Click Classic & Korterra Integrations:
    • We have seamlessly integrated both Click Classic and Korterra applications into EpochField Mobile.
    • Various enhancements and refinements related to these integrations.
  • Websuite Security Enhancement:
    • In Websuite, we’ve updated the application to include an API call for retrieving GeneralSettings data after the initial ESRI login.
    • This enhancement improves security by moving API secrets from the front end to the backend, ensuring they are not accessible via the browser explorer.

Bug Fixes

  • Emergency Beacon Functionality:
    • Addressed issues with Emergency Beacon not functioning as intended.
  • Low Memory Warnings:
    • Resolved instances of “Low Memory” warnings being erroneously triggered.
  • Auto-Sync Symbology Errors:
    • Fixed auto-sync functionality that was causing symbology errors for completed work orders.
  • Various WMS Bug Fixes:
    • Addressed specific bugs related to Web Map Service (WMS) functionality.
  • GPS Breadcrumbing:
    • Corrected issues with GPS breadcrumbing accuracy.
  • Universal Search:
    • Universal search feature has been fine-tuned and is now working seamlessly.
  • Queue Processor:
    • Resolved bugs within the queue processor, enhancing overall stability.

Important Updates

  • iOS17 Compatibility:
    • We’ve rigorously tested version 5.1.7 on the iOS17 Beta version, ensuring there are no critical bugs related to iOS17.

Feedback and Support

We value your feedback! If you have any questions, suggestions, or experience any issues, please contact our support team at

Thank you for your continued support and trust in EpochField mobile. We believe these enhancements will greatly improve your experience. Stay tuned for more exciting developments in the future!

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