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Phoenix 8.3 released June 2020, 8.3.4 Nov 2021


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#1 Simon Davis

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Posted 25 June 2020 - 07:50 AM

Hopefully everyone received the email yesterday announcing that 8.3 is now available;

https://lp.certara.c...hoenix-8.3.html

Once you install this you may look under the help menu to find the release notes and known issues.

https://onlinehelp.c.../8.3/index.html

and these short tutorial videos show how it looks;

https://www.certarau...in-8-3-tutorial
https://www.certarau...me-8-3-tutorial
https://www.certarau...vc-8-3-tutorial


Also training from Certara University is now also available Live Online, see the attached video.
Simon.

PS Lastly there is an Integral tutorial if you want to understand this better:

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#2 Ana Henry

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Posted 25 June 2020 - 02:33 PM

In addition, Certara University has created a set of free videos on What is new in Phoenix Version 8.3,   You can watch them by registering for this free course:

 

https://certaraunive...om/store/831110

 

Best,

Ana Henry


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#3 Simon Davis

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Posted 05 August 2020 - 06:26 PM

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Upcoming sessions include:

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Upcoming sessions will be taught with the latest version of Phoenix (v. 8.3) although participants can use other versions to do assignments. Click here to download Phoenix 8.3. Certara University also offers free videos on new features added to Phoenix version 8.3.



#4 Simon Davis

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Posted 29 April 2021 - 08:37 AM

28 April 2021 Certara released Phoenix 8.3.3 which can be obtained via https://lp.certara.c...hoenix-8.3.html.

 

Functionally this is very similar to 8.3.2; it addresses some occasional freezing issues that users were reporting by improving memory management as well as enhancing support for SCCM (silent installation).

 

For more details you should always go here (via Phoenix > Help > Contents) to get the most recent live version of the PDF release noteshttps://onlinehelp.c.../8.3/index.html

 

  Simon

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#5 Simon Davis

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Posted 22 June 2021 - 03:23 PM

There will be a complimentary tomorrow;

Streamline Your Phoenix Workflows with Certara’s Integral Data Repository
Date/Time: June 23rd, 2021 at 11:00 AM EST

https://www.certara....press-webinars/

 

If you are using PKS or Integral I think it woudl be useful to follow the forum below for forthcoming announcments about the next release.

https://support.cert...prise-features/

 

  Simon.



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Posted 23 October 2021 - 02:23 PM

On 17 December 2021, Certara will retire and replace the digital security certificate used in Phoenix applications in the form of a maintenance release (e.g., an upgrade of 8.3.3 to 8.3.4).

The maintenance release will be available by 15th November 2021, and applies to supported Phoenix versions 8.1.x, 8.2.x, and 8.3.x. Installation of this maintenance release is necessary to prevent erroneous detection of Certara executables as "unsigned" after certificate replacement. It will therefore be mandatory for all Phoenix WinNonlin and Phoenix NLME customers who use the Phoenix Model Object. With this maintenance release, we will take the opportunity to make other important updates to Phoenix and specifically to NCA. Please read the Product Notification document for more details on
https://certara.service-now.com/csm
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and now (Nov2021) we have moved to the new Support portal;
https://certaracommu....com/support/s/

Please reach out to support@certara.com with any questions.

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#7 Simon Davis

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Posted 16 November 2021 - 04:53 AM

IMPORTANT: Based on customer feedback, we are extending the digital security certificate replacement deadline for Phoenix applications to February 28, 2022.

User action is required before this deadline as noted below.

On February 28, 2022, Certara will retire and replace the digital security certificate used in Phoenix applications in the form of a Maintenance Release (e.g., an upgrade of version 8.3.3. to 8.3.4).

Installation of this Maintenance Release is necessary to prevent erroneous detection of Certara executables as “unsigned” after the digital security certificate replacement and will be mandatory for all Phoenix customers (not just customers who use the Phoenix Model Object).

As a Phoenix customer, this means you must install the Maintenance Release for your version of Phoenix listed below by February 28, 2022:

  • Phoenix Version 8.1.1 - available 15th Nov
  • Phoenix Version 8.2.2 - available 15th Nov
  • Phoenix Version 8.3.4 - This will be available to download on November 24th and will include additional platform stability improvements.

More information about these updates can be found at the Customer Support Portal and any questions should be directed to Certara Customer Support:

Email: Support@Certara.com
Live Chat:
https://certaracommu....com/support/s/



#8 Simon Davis

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Posted 26 January 2022 - 11:45 AM

An optional upgrade; Phoenix 8.3.5  is scheduled for release 23rd  February 2022.

This release is optional  and it is your choice as to which you install.  We would not normally have two updates so close to each other but the certificate revocation and us working out a couple of useful enhancements to solve some rare but annoying issues for some users did not quite align in time.  Simon.

Phoenix 8.3.5 Updates

A checksum is now done when Phoenix projects are saved as zip files (QC 16931):  If the checksum fails, the projects are resaved.  This may prevent some cases of project files becoming corrupted.
R script changes are now retained when using “Start Development Environment” within the R Shell object (QC 18125):  When using Phoenix 8.3.3, once changes to the script were made, saved back to disc, and R-Studio was exited, re-loading the script in Phoenix showed none of the changes.  With Phoenix 8.3.5, the edits are now visible upon re-loading in Phoenix.
Saving an un-executed NCA object created with Phoenix 8.3.x outside of Phoenix, then reloading the project and executing it, no longer generates an error (QC 18126)
An issue where using Phoenix 8.3 to execute an NCA with a large number of profiles resulted in a “Phoenix has stopped working” error due to a stack overflow has been fixed (QC 18152/CRM 215821).
Reporter object no longer wraps data in Table cells differently than Phoenix 8.1 (QC 18155):  A different padding constant was implemented in Phoenix 8.3 but has been reverted to the 0.38 inches padding width value that was used in Phoenix 8.1.
An NCA with many profiles no longer fails to run when executed while viewing a panel with mapped data (QC 18159).






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