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After a year with three quarterly feature releases, we've published today our new version Firmware 2020.0 LTS with long-term support for the PLCnext Control AXC F 2152!

In this cumulative update, all previous features, functions, and fixes are integrated as well as some new features:

  • Docker™ readiness
  • Some improvements for the Real-time DataLogger
  • Implementation of the “SysV IPC” Linux extension
  • OpenSSL update to version 1.1.1 (which is recommended)
  • Axioline Smart Elements support
  • Some bugfixes - see Change Notes

There will be security updates and bugfixes for this LTS version throughout the next year. And there will be some feature releases available for those of you who are eager to develop faster and adopt early...

Don't hesitate and update your PLCnext Control AXC F 2152 to firmware 2020.0 LTS now, and don't miss the updated SDK and PLCnext CLI for your operation system, and the according PLCnext Engineer 2020.0 LTS.

Users with the need for higher performance will find their PLCnext Control RFC 4072S firmware here, next to their according SDK and PLCnext CLI for both operation systems.

Note: Updating the Eclipse® Add-in maybe requires updating your Java installation to version 9 or above. Since Eclipse® only requires Java v8, you might check this first. Linux users: find a brief description for updating to JDK v9 or later Updating Java to JDK version 9 for use with the Eclipse Add-in 2020.0 LTS.

A new API for Java is available to use Remote Service Calls (RSC) from remote or locally on a PLCnext Control. You will find all information how to use it in our PLCnext InfoCenter. The download package contains the libraries including JavaDocs.

An example application for a remote Java client using RSC will follow the next days in our Makers Blog. Looking forward to see your first applications using the API in the Makers Blog.

fw2019.9With Firmware 2019.9 , we introduce another bunch of new features in PLCnext Technology. This time it's all about making life in the PLCnext ecosystem easier for all you hardworking engineers:

With the new LDAPs access mode, user management will be much easier: the "Lightweight Directory Access Protocol" (here over SSL, so therefore it's LDAPs) allows to manage all the users on all your controllers from a single point, e.g. your Active Directory. Read more on this feature and how to implement it in the PLCnext Technology User Manual (PDF here).

In addition, you can use more features for Diagnostics from the Web-based Management and force I/Os. And of course there are some bugs fixed. So if you're already hooked on one of our feature updates (2019.3, 2019.6), don't hesitate and update to Firmware 2019.9 now, and don't miss the updated SDK for your Operation System, and the PLCnext Engineer 2019.9 update.

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