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KnowledgeKube Release

What's New

KnowledgeKube Release adds support for markdown, a plain text format for writing structured documents, based on formatting conventions from e-mail and Usenet.

Markdown will allow you to build all kinds of content managed apps that allow a user to format text for any device without resorting to formats such as HTML.

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The MarkdownToHtml function converts a string that contains markdown annotations into a HTML structured document.

For example:

Result := MarkdownToHtml("*Italic*, **bold**, and `monospace`")

Will produce the following HTML:

<em>Italic</em>, <strong>bold</strong>, and <code>monospace</code>


Result := MarkdownToHtml(text, [1])

Argument Description
text to convert (Required) The markdown annotated text or string variable you would like to convert to HTML.
remove markup (Optional) Use 1 to strip out any markdown annotations and return the text without converting it to HTML.


Bug Fixes

The following issues are resolved in this release:


  • Fixed an issue where the use of an "Action Name" instead of "Action Keyword" didn't resolve in various sections
  • Fixed an issue where a semi-colon causes a server error in a users application when added into a Refresh Data Source Expression


  • Fixed an issue where adjusting the Y Value of an empty Data Point caused an error

Back Office

  • Fixed an issue in the Chart Area Axis Title interface where the interval value overwrites interval offset value
  • Fixed an issue when editing a model's description when it is already pinned to the Favourites List and the description is not updating


Posted on 26 March 2018

Today, we are pleased to announce that we are releasing KnowledgeKube to our customers.

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