Released November 18, 2020

Installation Steps

Step 1: Check system requirements

macOS

CDM+ 11.1 is not yet compatible with macOS 11 Big Sur. Please avoid upgrading your macOS until a compatible update is available.

  • macOS 10.13 High Sierra
  • macOS 10.14 Mojave
  • macOS 10.15 Catalina

Windows

CDM+ 11.1 WILL NOT RUN on 32-bit Windows operating systems (x86). Ensure ALL clients that will run CDM+ 11.1 meet these system requirements.

Read more about changing system requirements.

  • Windows 7 x64 (Deprecated)
  • Windows 8.1 x64
  • Windows 10 x64
  • Windows Server 2008r2 x64 (Deprecated)
  • Windows Server 2012 x64
  • Windows Server 2016 x64
  • Windows Sever 2019 x64

Step 2: Backup your data

Back up all databases that will be updated to the new version. If you subscribe to CDM+ SAAS or Data Hosting you can contact support to make a backup or simply rely on the nightly backup.

Step 3: Download the installer

Click the link above to download the installer for your platform.

Step 4: Install the new version

Follow the Installing CDM+ guide to install CDM+. This will remove previous versions of CDM+ from your computer. 

Step 5: Update your database(s)

Open CDM+ and update your database(s) to the current version. 

Known Issues in CDM+ 11.1

Please be aware of these issues when running CDM+ 11.1.

Error upgrading Suran Server version 2

If you attempt to upgrade Suran Server version 2 to version 4, you will encounter an error during the upgrade.

WORKAROUND: Updating from self-hosted CDM+ 10.1 and earlier to 11.1

Cannot edit posted online contributions

You can edit contributions from Engage or Text Giving until they have been posted. Once posted, you cannot edit the contribution.

WORKAROUND: Un-process the deposit, edit the contribution, then re-process.

CDM+ 11.1 Highlights

Please see What's new in CDM+ 11.1.

Changed and removed features

Georgia State Income Tax Withholding

CDM+ 11.1 includes a correction tax calculations for Georgia State Income Tax. Previously the standard deduction was mis-calculated at $4,600.00 for the year for those filing as Married. CDM+ 11.1 uses the the correct deduction of $3,000.00 for the year for persons marked as Married Filing separate Return. These deductions are defined in Table E on page 42 of the Employer Tax Guide. Because of this mis-calculation, it's possible employee state income tax for 2020 has been under-withheld. We recommend review YTD withholdings and, where necessary, add additional state tax withholding to catch up employees to avoid owing any state taxes when filing 2020 returns.

FTP Sync (Self-Hosted Clients)

The FTP sync feature has been removed from automatic backups for self-hosted clients. A file sync feature is not specific to Suran's software and can be accomplished using a number of 3rd party tools. 

Multiple Credits and Debits to the Same Asset on a Single Ledger Entry 

In CDM+ 11.1, all credits and debits to assets with the same account number are combined into a single item on the bank reconciliation. This behavior has been present in previous releases for Advanced Fund Accounting, but is now present for all clients regardless of the Advanced Fund Accounting setting. This change allows the Bank Reconciliation window to function predictably when multiple asset accounts share the same number and Advanced Fund Accounting is not enabled—a rare, but legitimate configuration.

This change assumes a ledger entry represents at most a single financial transaction per bank account. If you are accustomed to entering multiple deposits and withdrawals to and from a single bank account on a single ledger entry, CDM+ 11.1 will no longer allow you to clear that activity as independent debits and credits. Instead, enter a separate ledger entry for each financial transaction to your bank account. If you have routine bank activity you enter, such as 3rd party payroll, consider using Recurring Ledger Entries to optimize this process.

This change can also cause an undesired impact if you use the same account number on multiple assets to designate separate bank accounts in the chart of accounts. In this situation, re-number your chart of accounts to use a distinct account number for each asset representing a distinct bank account.

Issues resolved in CDM+ 11.1.2

Accounts Payable

  • CDM-8217 Bug - AP final Posting Report is doubling the amount of the check

Contributions

  • CDM-8222 Bug - Unable to un-process a deposit is associated with a Contribution record

Sales Orders

  • CDM-8211 Bug - Product Quantity Reverts to 1 When Attempting to Change Quantity of Existing Sales Order Record