What's new in Security Center 5.6 SR2 SDK - Security Center 5.6 SR2

Security Center SDK Release Notes 5.6 SR2

series
Security Center 5.6 SR2
revised_modified
2017-06-28

With each release, new features, enhancements, or resolved issues are added to the product.

The following capabilities are now available in the Security Center 5.6 SR2 SDK:
Create and query LicensePlate credentials
You can now create and query LicensePlate credentials using the SDK. This is useful when you want to create a LicensePlate credential for access control purposes. For example, to grant a vehicle access through a gate. The LicensePlateCredentialFormat class has been added to set the format of a credential, and this feature can be tested using the WebSdkStudio sample.
CustomFields enhancements
To improve scalability, custom fields are now implemented as a service under the SystemConfiguration entity. The service can be used to create, delete, and modify custom fields.

The following new classes have been added:

  • ICustomFieldBuilder: This class is used to build a custom field.
  • ICustomFieldService: This class is used to manipulate custom fields and related types.
  • ICustomFieldTypeBuilder: This class is used to build custom field type.

The following new members have been added:

  • The SystemConfiguration entity now contains the CustomFieldService property, and the following methods have been added:
    • GetValue
    • SetValueAsync
    • SetValue
    • CreateCustomFieldBuilder
    • CreateCustomFieldTypeBuilder
    • AddCustomFieldAsync
    • RemoveCustomFieldAsync
    • CustomFields
    • CustomFieldTypes
    • AddCustomFieldTypeAsync
    • RemoveCustomFieldTypeAsync
    • UpdateCustomFieldTypeAsync
    • GetCustomFieldType
    • GetCustomField
Improvements for ReadQuerys and HitQuerys
You can now retrieve the GeoBounds list from a ReadQuery or a HitQuery. You can also name the GeoBounds class.

The following changes have been made:

  • The GeoBounds class contains the List <GeoBounds> property in the ReadQuery and HitQuery.
  • The GeoBounds class contains a new Name property.
  • The Bounds property has been replaced by the GeoBounds property in the ReadQuery and HitQuery.