Maven Release 2022.4.39.2882 (Hotfix)

Version: 2022.4.39.2882
Release Date: April 3, 2023
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  • Fixed issues with overriding a land row in a Component Model or ROV Model.  We made the fix because previously, if you overrode a number, only the overridden number was adjusted on the allocation page.  Now we are moving all the numbers showing on the override page – all or nothing.  We are also now changing the Opinion of Value based on the overrides.  Previously, we were trying to respect the user’s Opinion of Value, but it was very confusing to the end users where the numbers had changed. If the user overrides any value in a Component or ROV Model – overrides are updated on the Valuations Detail Page AND the Allocation Page. The user can then change the Opinion of Value AND/OR the Land Contribution and the changes will cause the Land Allocation Value to change based on the ratios.

    1. Fixed missing ratios on land rows – ratios will default to 100% and not result in blank Land Allocations.

    For Component and ROV Models – if the user enters ratios on the subject land rows, the entered ratios will be used.  If no ratios are entered on the subject, the land rows will default to 100%.

    For Land Mix Models – if the user enters ratios on the subject land rows, the entered ratios will be used.  If the used doesn’t enter ratios on the subject land rows, Maven looks at the sale used and will use                   the ratios from the sale used.  If there are no ratios entered on the sale used, the land rows will default to 100%


  • Removed Land Allocation table from Land Mix Valuation Details because the info was redundant.  Users won’t update land rows on the override tab, the land rows were being duplicated on the Valuation Details tab.

  • .           Added a new configuration option, “ForceHttps” has been added. This setting will make all generated links in Maven pages use the https:// scheme regardless of the scheme used by the site’s binding. This can be used when hosting Maven behind an SSL-Terminating Load Balancer or Reverse Proxy.

    The setting is part of the “Application” group in the appsettings.*.json file(s):

    “Application” : {

        “ForceHttps”: true}