Where can I find my codebase number?
The number for your copy of GoZync can be found on the bottom edge of the Home layout in GoZync Connector, or the GoZync file itself. You'll also find a field called CodeBase in the Interface table of both files.
In your mobile file (the file used on FMGo), the build number is in a script called "GoZync Build Number" in the Developer folder.
What is the latest version of GoZync?
The latest version of the GoZync framework is 1.3.8 (Sept 12, 2011). This build introduces renamed and reorganized scripts and script folders as part of a documentation rewrite to make integrations easier. The version also introduces the ability to pull container fields down to the mobile file and improves the user feedback of zyncs done in Pro vs Go.
Build 1.3.2 (July 9, 2011). This build fixes a few small bugs and misspellings. It also introduced "flattening" to make it easier to include related fields in a flat document. If you've already integrated you don't need this.
Build 1.3 (July 1, 2011). This was our first public build and we now have a public demo available.
Build 1.2.8 (June 7, 2011). Here we've introduced more error captures during the zync process and have finished commenting and standardizing the language in our scripts.
Build 1.2.5 (May 22, 2011) This build continues to refine the script comments, error trapping, and naming conventions to make integration easier.
Build 1.2.2 (May 10, 2011). This build introduced support for multiple mobile files and began the refactoring of our integration routines.
Build 1.2 (April 13, 2011). This was a private build for our early customers.