Maven Release 2024.2.52.3979

Version: 2024.2.52.3979
Release Date: May 31, 2024
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  • Added Predictive Quick Search
    A Search box has been added to the Header to allow a quick search for Sales, Subjects, and Appraisals. These are searched for by Index, County, Owner (Appraisals), and Grantor/Grantee (Sales and Subjects). Results are ordered by date with the most recent results listed first.  Results are colored differently depending on what they are.


    Sales are Red.

    Subjects are Green.

    Appraisals are Blue.


    The search will begin automatically when typing in the search box. At least 3 characters must be entered to be activated.

  • Fixed Adjustments
    The display of Adjustments has been updated. The number of Periods used for Time Adjustment has been added to the Sales grid, and the Land and Improvement Adjusted Contributions now each show on their own line.

    A change was made so that when updating the Time Adjustment Rate, the Amount for Other Adjustments that are Percent-based will update from the new value. Percent-based Adjustments are based on the Adj. Land Contribution Value only. In the example above the “Access” Adjustment is set to 10% and the Adj. Land Contribution is $3608.03 so the amount for the Adjustment is $360.80.


  • Added CamoAg Bulk Import
    A new feature called Scheduled Jobs has been added.  This feature will run certain jobs on a specified schedule in the background.  The first job added is a bulk import of CamoAg Farm Sales.

    This job is managed from a new page in the Admin page called Scheduled Jobs:

    This grid allows the Job to be enabled, it’s run time (the hour of the day it will be completed) and allows it to be run on-demand.  The CamoAg import Job will import all FarmSales from CamoAg updated since the Last Succeeded Run Time.  These will be added to the database as Sales.  (A duplicate check is done when importing to check if the FarmSale ID has already been imported and will be skipped if so.  Running the Job repeatedly should not result in several duplicates created in the database.)

  • Added Surety Import – Subjects can now be imported from Surety.  The process works the same as the CamoAg import.  To enable this feature, from the Admin page, select API Configuration, then select Surety.

    Surety will then appear as an Import option on the Import Subject form:


    From here, enter the ID of the boundary created in Surety to import it as a Subject.  The Subject will be created with the Map borders and PDF attachments provided by Surety.

  • Expanded CamoAg Farm Import
    The CamoAg Integration has been expanded to include the importation of Farm entities in addition to Farm Sales.  The CamoAg import form(s) now have an additional field to specify which entity to import.

    If Farm Sale is selected, the ID used should represent a CamoAg Farm Sale:

    If a Farm is selected, the ID should represent a CamoAg Farm:

  • Added Head-to-Head Sale Rating
    A new feature has been added to the Model Evaluation output for SCA Land Mix and Component Models that allows the user to rate one of the Subjects to any other Sales to see what the results would be using the Model under evaluation. When expanding a Subject in the Evaluations grid a text box is now available to input the Index of a Sale to compare to the Subject Sale of the expanded row. Entering an Index and clicking the “Rate Sale” button will open a popup displaying the results of Rating the specified Sale against the Subject (the same as if it had been included as part of the Model). This allows users to see what a specific Sale would rate to help understand why it wasn’t included in the Sales picked by the Model in the Evaluation.


    If the entered Index is invalid, the popup will contain an error message stating that the Sale could not be found.


  • Expanded Secondary Comparison Values
    When rating Sale Comparisons using a Secondary type field, either Secondary Property Type, Secondary Land Use, or a Secondary Attribute, the value of the Primary field is also included in the calculation for a rating.


    Secondary Comparison Values have their scores calculated by rating every value in the Subject against every value in the Sale Comparison, and then dividing the sum of those scores by the number of distinct values between the two of them.


    For example, consider the following Subject and Sale Comparison’s Land Use Values:




    Sale Comparison

    Land Use



    Secondary Land Use




    Peas” would be rated against “Corn”, “Carrots”, and “Onions”; of which none match.

    “Carrots” would be rated against “Corn”, “Carrots”, and “Onions”; of which only “Carrots” matches, giving a sum rating of 1. There are 4 distinct values between all of them, so 1 is divided by 4 giving a comparison value rating for Secondary Land Use of 0.250.


    Prior to 24.2, the primary Land Use Values of “Peas” and “Corn” would not have been included in the process, only the secondary values, now all are included.


  • Added Maven Support for .TIFF Images 
    Users can now use .TIFF images in report attachments