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M-Files February 2020 release

M-Files Online February '20 Update (20.2.8777.3)

Rollout via automatic updates begins on February 16.

Support for long file names

  • Full file paths for objects both in M-Files and in external repositories can now be virtually any length. Nonetheless, we recommend you to keep file names shorter than 150 characters as different factors can affect the full visibility of the file name in the path. See the requirements for this improvement in the release notes.

End of support to automatic updates for M-Files 18.9 or older

  • From this update onward, the Automatic Updates server will be running on Microsoft Azure. For this reason, customers using M-Files 18.9 or older will no longer get automatic updates and will need to manually update to version 18.10 or newer. After that, the Automatic Updates will work normally. To confirm your current version of M-Files, you can follow the instructions on this page.

Multiple other improvements and bug fixes

See the release notes for M-Files February '20 Update after the rollout date.


M-Files 2018 February '20 update (20.2.8777.3)

Support for long file names

  • File paths for objects both in M-Files and in external repositories can now be virtually any length. Nonetheless, it is recommended to keep the file name around 150 characters as different factors can affect its full visibility.

Multiple other improvements and bug fixes

See the release notes for M-Files February '20 Update after the rollout date.

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