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  •  21 Feb 2009 20:57
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    Release Notes: Major bugs were fixed. Various UI improvements were made. Statistics were added. A check for a new module was added to the installer.

    •  18 Feb 2009 12:32
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      •  17 Feb 2009 14:18
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        Release Notes: Minor fixes were made for IE users. Now CCMA should be completely Windows/IE friendly.

        •  15 Feb 2009 04:56
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          Release Notes: This is a minor release in response to feedback. A workaround was added to make IE's document.getElementById() follow W3C standards. SQL statements were fixed.

          •  26 Jan 2009 11:38
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            Release Notes: The following changes were made to the CCMA installer. The security key was changed to be randomly generated rather than asking the end user. The example URL information is explained more clearly at the end of a new install. The readme information was improved.

            •  22 Jan 2009 12:47
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              Release Notes: A fix for session bugs and a session timeout feature in the config file.

              •  20 Jan 2009 11:53
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                Release Notes: The Perl 5.10 feature requirement was removed from the code. A permission restriction was added on approving change requests. A requester or implementer can not approve their own change requests regardless of privilege. Email notification subjects were made clearer. Upgrade information was added to the installer readme.

                •  18 Jan 2009 15:27
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                  Release Notes: A file download corruption problem was fixed. Various superficial GUI issues were fixed. Missing or inconsistent links were fixed within the asset menus for the admin login. Email notification a to user on new account creation was added. The "new change request form" was modified to have the local timezone as the initial default rather than just alphabetical. The root user requirement for the installer was emphasized with red text. The fact that the installer will attempt to install modules via "CPAN" was emphasized to avoid confusion. An upgrade option was added to the installer.

                  •  15 Jan 2009 15:51
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