This via the ArcFM Buzz user Forum…
The 10.0.2 release brings a number of updated ArcFM Solution applications including ArcFM, Fiber Manager and Responder. At 10.0.2, ArcFM offers two new electric traces. The Next Upstream Protective Device trace locates the nearest upstream protective device, and the Isolation Protective Device trace identifies both the nearest upstream and downstream protective devices. In Fiber Manager, the Fiber Trace now allows you to specify the direction of the trace as well as the ability to trace all or any subset of objects in a feature (e.g., fiber, patch location).
The Responder team created a separate service for Responder Line Display. This allows you to display de-energized, multifed and backfed lines on the map. In addition, the Change Normal State tool allows you to change the Expected State in Responder Explorer to match the current conditions in the geodatabase.
A full list of new functionality with all ArcFM Solution applications at 10.0.2 is available at the ArcFM Solution Resource Center.
The ArcFM Server Silverlight 2.1.2 release means new functionality in the ArcFM Server Silverlight Viewer such as an enhanced Layers control and tracing functionality for gas, electric and water. A full list of new functionality is available at the ArcFM Solution Resource Center. Here, you can also check out the new electric outage customer report sample on the Interactive Examples page.