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3517.10028.5587


Additions, changes and corrections available in this build:
added
- A new template called "Valuation - Large format all rotations with multiple thinning.xlsb" has been included.
added
- All the sub-menus under the main menu item 'Constraints' have been reviewed and reworked. There is a new sub-menu called 'Operations' where all operational types of modelling constraints can be updated. The right-click options for the sub-menus 'Rotation' and 'Allocation' have been reworked.
added
- The menu option 'Results' has a sub-menu 'Export Solution'. This will produce a major CSV file of the entire solution showing all groups and attributes defined within the description (including all Tending, Regime, Croptype, Cost and Carbon attributes). These data can be used for ad-hoc pivot table analysis and are presented at a plunit level.
added
- All versions of Microsoft SQL Server are supported, from 2005 to 2014 inclusive of Express and Enterprise editions.
added
- Separation of the end user interface, the database server and the linear programming solver can be fully achieved under Citrix and other hosted desktop environments.
added
- Multiple instances of the application can be run simultaneously including the optimisation of the forest descriptions.
added
- The forest description should load and optimise without data present on the Tending, Regime and Cost worksheets. This also holds true if these worksheets are excluded completely from the forest description workbook.
added
- Changed the modelling logic so that if a Price is not given for a Grade at a Destination, but a Demand is defined for the Grade then the unit revenue of the Grade now defaults to $0. Previously the undefined revenue was excluded from the objective function but the volume of the Grade was included in the constraints used in the optimisation. It is more logical to let the Grade default to a $0 unit revenue.
added
- It is now possible to give plunits the option to perform a silviculture transfer out of the current rotation of the forest description and into a generic bare land category.
added
- Allowed the definition of volume based (e.g. per m3) thinning costs on both the Tending & Regime worksheets that are based on the TRV of thinning operations.
added
- The total thinning area of harvesting operations can be constrained as can the specific area of discreet thinning operations and products.
added
- The right-click menu options on all the Charting' options have been reviewed and a 'Copy Chart' option added to all charts.
added
- The main menu item 'Tools' has sub-menus 'Shrink' and 'Delete'. These now allow for multi-selection of model database structures for easier clean up.
added
- When a forest description is imported then the model will automatically begin the optimization process using the most recent planting year within the forest description as the primary year in the first period of the model. There is now also a check box that will disable automatic optimisation if necessary.
added
- The parallel processed data access routines for SQL Server now requires the presence of the 'Carbon' worksheet and associated plunit carbon definition columns. There does not need to be data defined, but the presence of the 'Carbon' worksheet is mandatory when using the parallel import routines.
added
- The software can be installed into any directory that an end-user has file-create permissions for. The option to select an alternative installation directory is now given at the time of the interface installation. Don't change the default installation directory unless you need to because the default directory has had end-user permissions removed.