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CCH iXBRL Review & Tag 2022.1: Release Notes

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Release Highlights

This release of CCH iXBRL Review and Tag contains changes to the licensing of the product when installed as part of the CCH Central Suite.


For sites with CCH Central

Installing CCH iXBRL Review & Tag 2022.1

This release is installed using the Central Suite Installer. This ensures that all prerequisites are in place and that all the products for which you are licenced are installed in the correct sequence. Click here to learn about the Central Suite Installer.

If you have installed Review &Tag on workstations, these is automatically updated the first time that you launch the workstation instance of the software while connected to the network. Please refer to the CSI installation instructions for more information.

For non CCH Central Sites

If you are not a Central user you should use the standalone installer. This needs to be run on each computer on which Review & Tag is installed. Please refer to the separate installation instructions for details.

Microsoft Prerequisites: Please note that the standalone installation requires the following Microsoft components to be present:

  • Microsoft .NET Framework 4.8 - for further information click here to go to our Knowledge Base FAQ article

Legislative & Compliance News

Updated Taxonomies

Although the updated taxonomies have been coded, we are unable to implement them in this release. Both HMRC and Companies House did not open the update portal for testing purposes until the end of March 2022; as you will appreciate it was not possible to test the Taxonomies in time for the release date.

Software Enhancements

Licence updates

Updated Companies House submission count warning message

Following feedback from our customers we have updated the Companies House Submission Licence count warning; this is now triggered when the remaining licenses reach 25 rather than 10. This ensures sufficient advance warning of the remaining licence count running out.

Note: Where users have less than 25 licenses (even those whose total license is 25 or less), the warning is consistently triggered. We recommend that all users are reminded to close the message before  continuing.

Review & Tag Licence now stored with CCH Central

The licence store for users that run CCH iXBRL Review & Tag from a Central installation has been incorporated within the Central licencing module.

On the first launch after update to 2022.1 the licence details and count are written to the main database. On launching each user’s instance of CCH iXBRL Review & Tag the licence is checked with the central store and is used to calculate the user and submission count.

Following the moving of the licence to the SQL database, some users may be asked to enter their Companies House filing credentials. After this has happened it is necessary to restart Central, Review and Tag and the CCH Central Service.  This only needs to be done once.

Note: For standalone installations the licence store is unchanged.



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