Tally.Developer 9 Release 3.6 - Available Now
The Release 3.61 of Tally.Developer 9 comes with some significant enhancements, which will be
quite enriching and empowering for the user. The latest source code reference of Tally.ERP 9
Release 3.61 is available with this release.
• A new option "Enable Trial Mode" is Project Properties > Build Options to specify the number
of days for evaluation. The trial-mode TCP can be handed over to the prospective
customers/end-users for evaluation purpose, before actual procurement by them.
• Enhancements related to building of TCP have been implemented to improve the
Compile/Build experience significantly.
• Few enhancements in the Project properties window are provided to improve the user
Tally.Developer 9 Release 3.3 - Enhancements
The fundamental highlight of this version is
"Enhanced Security, protection of TCP’s along with a track of TCP de-compilation
• New compilation format "Irreversible" is introduced in Tally.Developer 9 to secure the IP and
the source code. Now you will be able to compile TCP's which cannot be recovered back. This
provides an additional layer of source code protection to avoid misuse in hands of
• For tracking the decompilations for earlier TCP's, a new report "Decompilation Report" is
introduced in the Web Control Centre/Partner account which allows complete traceability of
users decompiling the files for the particular account.
Tally.Developer 9 Release 3.2 - Enhancements
Tally.Developer 9 Series A Release 3.2 in congruence with Tally.ERP 9 - Auditors’ Edition
This comes with the latest source code for Tally.ERP 9 - Auditors’ Edition Release 3.2 and some
minor bug fixes.
TDL Enhancements in Tally.ERP 9 Release 3.62
Multiple Orientation Support for Printing
Currently, Tally supports printing of multiple forms within a single report in single orientation only. In other words, multiple forms within a report can be printed either in Portrait or in Landscape as specified in the report.
In order to support printing of multiple forms within a single report in different orientation the behavior of Variable SVPrintOrientation is enhanced. The local declaration of Variable SVPrintOrientation at Report level is mandatory and the value of the variable SVPrintOrientation must be set using the form level attribute ‘Set Always’ in individual forms.
For example, it can be useful for Payment Voucher and Payment Advice Printing where these are two different forms within the same report.
Note: Please refer to the document What’s New in TDL and the TDL Samples for detailed
documentation and examples on the above capabilities.