GenWatch3 2.17.10

This GenWatch3® update is available at no charge for customers who are up-to-date on their maintenance and support agreement. For support questions or to check the current status of your support and maintenance agreement, please contact Support.

Before installing on an ATIA-based system, the database will need to be updated. Genesis Support personnel will provide this service for customers who are up-to-date on their maintenance and support agreement. If applicable, please contact Support to schedule the update.

New Features and Improvements

  • Map Coverage Layer
    • Displays up/down status as a layer on the map
      • SNMP Integration enhancements allow for this
    • Users can choose to show/hide System/Zone/Site/Subsite traffic
    • GUI configuration controls:
      • Separate opacity controls for up/down status
      • Color options for up/down status
  • Integration with Esri/ArcGIS
    • Displays Esri feature layer on map
    • Allows user to view available metadata by hovering/clicking
  • Improved column calculations to expedite report completion/downloads
  • Improvements to Agency and Security Group management in iVISTA
    • Reconfiguring via Security Group mode resets/removes previous Agency assignments; likewise, reconfiguring via Agency mode resets/removes previous Security Group assignments
    • Corrected inability to delete an Agency
    • Fixed an issue where Agency can be set as its own grandparent/child
    • Fixed some validation edge case issues
      • Consistency with displaying nested agencies
      • Consistency with Save button being enabled/disabled
  • Improvements to export of charts
  • Better performance times for long-term reports
  • Improved UX in iVISTA
    • Improved Site Utilization widget to be consistent with other widgets
    • Updated iVISTA legend to match GenWatch3’s Channel module
    • Improvements to “Toggle All” functionality on the user report permissions page
  • Improvements to maps GUI in iVISTA
    • Fixed validation on subscriber layer
    • Changed tile port on the map page to pull directly from configuration
  • DIMETRA-specific:
    • Added error handling for Control Channel Utilization report
    • Improvements to integration with Terrafix
      • Added logic to assume UTC timestamps not local
      • Added logic to better handle packets received at or near midnight

GenWatch3 2.17.9

New Reports

  • UEM Channel Availability (ASTRO 25 only)
  • Days of Radio Activity by ID

New Features/Improvements

  • Show simulcast subsites in GenWatch3
    • Users can add/update subsite Resources in/into the Alias module.
  • Assign IP address/ranges to more Alias resources
    • Ability to assign IP ranges to each resource level
    • Ability to add IP address to zone, site, subsite, and channel
    • Ability to add DSR IP address to zone
  • Store security group information for radio IDs and talkgroups
  • iVISTA Agency Management via ATIA security groups
    • Map security group ID to an agency via user interface
    • Subscribers automatically assigned to iVISTA agencies
  • Add support for special characters in Agency Name
    • Genesis supports the same special characters allowed by Motorola.
  • Dimetra iVISTA enhancements — control channel utilization
    • Control Channel Utilization information added to map widget
    • Error handling — critical % or warning % <0 or >100
  • Dimetra — Display Multiple Control Channels
    • GW3 Channel Module
    • iVISTA map site widgets
  • Terrafix AVL integration

Improvements to Reports

  • Call Activity report enhanced with:
    • Abnormal End of Call mode
    • Call duration parameters
  • iVISTA GET Report Improvements
    • Performance, data accuracy, and runtime improvements
    • Talkgroup-based reports are consistent in which ATIA call types are considered
    • Report Export process improved
      • Notifications implemented when download limits are hit
      • Added configuration option to increase download limits
      • Aligned report download limits to match Excel limits
      • Exports with a pivot are now collapsed and include a new raw data tab. Improved chart export on large data sets
      • Included report name in download file name
      • Added Help documentation for exported reports
    • Added TDMA talk path calculation to reports:
      • Subscriber Last Activity
      • Zero Usage
      • Site Registration Summary
      • Site Registrations Over Time
      • Talkgroup Affiliation Summary
      • Talkgroup Affiliations Over Time
      • Radio Activity Details
      • Talkgroup Activity Details
    • Added Subscriber ID Range options to various reports
    • Added “All” as a parameter set for Airtime by Radio ID and Talkgroup report
    • Modified some column names for clarity and fixed custom templates to migrate those changes
  • Agency Management Improvements
    • Ability to add single radios to agencies
    • Searchable by ID and Alias
    • Ability to move radio from one agency to another in one step
  • Consistency in the Call Types Considered for the Talkgroup Reports (some impact to report run times when the report returns more data due to clearer consideration of conventional data):
    • Airtime by Radio ID and Talkgroup
      • The results are significantly different with include conventional checked
        • This is due to call type 5 (Analog Conventional) now being considered and is expected.
    • Emergencies by Talkgroup Group Summary
      • Performance is the same and results are the same; however, the results are now ordered by fully qualified Group (previously unordered).
    • PTTs by Talkgroup by Site
      • The returned data in this report has changed because it no longer excludes conventional call types (as previously, even if the user opted to include conventional sites).
      • The report now uses the conventional sites parameter to filter conventional calls appropriately and always includes Group Data calls (no parameter for this option). The run time is longer due to having more calls to consider.
    • Report performance varies from previous versions of these reports due toreturning more records as more conventional calls are considered:
      • Talkgroup Activity Details Interzone PTT Activity
      • Talkgroup Activity Details PTT Activity
      • Total Airtime Top XX Talkgroups by Hour
      • Talkgroup Usage by Day Hour of Week
      • Airtime by Radio ID and Talkgroup
  • Improved performance of GW_Alias taking long time when GET_ATIA_2SQL connects
  • Improved GenWatch AutoUpgrader when the machine is missing prerequisites
  • Fixed issue with Subscriber Selector not returning expected results
  • Fixed issue with EGLView EventLog message categorization
  • Fixed issue GETSNMP2SQL EventLog spam
  • Fixed issue with sharing custom layers by Agency
  • Fixed issue with GET_SDS Licensing
  • Fixed issue with Traffic layer loading when Aeris API is inaccessible
  • Fixed issue with sending an email to a server without SSL/TLS
  • Fixed an issue where the subscriber selector search returned different results based on permissions
  • Removed outdated views from ATIA database

GenWatch3 2.17.7

New Features

  • Reports
    • A field indicating a Subscriber’s iVISTA assigned Agency was added to most GET reports
    • iVISTA allows user to email report results
    • New – Activities By Talkgroup By Site Over Time
    • Activities By Talkgroup By Site Over Time – added Emergency Info
    • New – Activities By Site Over Time
    • New – ISSI Activity
    • PTT Over Time report – enhanced with more granular data
    • ATIA Site Channel Summary report – slot column added
    • New – Dimetra UEM Site Availability Report
  • Number of Sites, Channels, Groups, and Subscribers which can exist in Alias no longer limited
  • iVISTA/GET Enhanced UEM – entity name added
  • iVISTA map widget includes FDMA/TDMA subscriber property
  • iVISTA allows user to globally search for subscribers based on ID or Alias
  • iVISTA allows user to designate a page as the “favorite/home” page

Improvements and Fixes

  • iVISTA Addressed an issue where the Talkgroup range selector was not working properly on some browser zoom levels.
  • Addressed issue where Control Channel indicator would temporarily stop displaying on site widgets
  • Improved Report performance
  • Improved visibility of iVISTA’s Resource Selectors with increased browser zoom levels
  • Addressed an issue where Calls and PTTs by Month Report’s start date were flooring incorrectly
  • Addressed a report export issue for Windows Authentication users
  • Addressed an issue where, in certain circumstances, mobility update packets did not update/add RadioIDs
  • Corrected an issue in GW3-TRBO’s Call Activity report to consistently display RSSI values
  • User notified and logs created when report download failures occur
  • Memory usage improvements in GW3-TRBO module for large systems
  • Performance Improvements in GenWatch’s Alias: Subscriber Import

GenWatch3 2.17.4

New Features

  • Site aliases are displayed in the GenWatch3 Channel module.
  • Database sync functionality is available for CGF data.
  • Aeris weather layers are available in iVISTA.
  • GenGET reports are only available in iVISTA.
  • Agency columns have been added to iVISTA reports.
  • Users can filter, sort, and pivot report results directly in the web browser.
  • Many iVISTA reports have been consolidated with other reports.  Contact support for a full list of impacted reports.
  • The following new reports have been added to iVISTA reporting:
    • PTTs Over Time
    • Busies Over Time
    • Talkgroup Activity Details
    • Site Use Summary

Improvements and Fixes

  • Fixed an issue that prevented IMW GPS locations triggers from firing.
  • Addressed an issue in GenWatch3 where data calls were being counted as group calls.
  • GenWatch3 supports unicode characters for radio, talkgroup, site, and channel aliases.
  • Microsoft Excel is no longer required to run GenGET reports.
  • Improved performance and responsiveness of the iVISTA Agency management page.
  • iVISTA users can now choose to run reports against short term or long terms databases.
  • SNMP reports now consider the UEM timestamp instead of the server timestamp.