Release Notes: This release implements a new feature to attach multiple reports. Attachments can now be defined in a flexible way, and it is possible to distribute and zip together multiple reports.
Release Notes: ant_ftp.groovy and ant_scp_sftp.groovy sample scripts provided to upload the output burst files to FTP and or SFTP/SCP remote server locations. Documentation improvements with two separate help documents, one for common day to day report distribution scenarios, and another one for more complex requirements (reports-distribution-manual.pdf and advanced-report-delivery.pdf).
Release Notes: Better cURL integration support and cURL documentation support. curl_ftp.groovy and curl_sftp.groovy sample scripts are now provided with the package.
Release Notes: This version includes initial integration of cURL.
Release Notes: Better support and documentation was provided for SharePoint email distribution. 'validatemailaddresses' true/false configuration was introduced to allow for less strict email address validation.
Release Notes: This release adds support for sending HTML-based email. The number of variables is configurable.
Release Notes: Now it is possible to script, using Groovy, the entire report bursting and report distribution flow. This release can distribute reports to Microsoft SharePoint and other enterprise-like portals. It can distribute reports via SMS and fax. It can distribute reports to SFTP and to share drives.
Release Notes: This release added support for user-defined variables, which can be used to specify custom dynamic output folders, personalized email subjects, and email message text which have a common email template as base. A "Variables" chapter with details was added to the user guide.
Release Notes: This version introduced a new cross-platform GUI based on Gnome, GtkSharp, and the Mono platform. One new feature is the ability to merge multiple individual reports and to burst and distribute the resulted merged file. This release comes also with improved documentation.
Release Notes: This release adds support for running the software under Unix and Linux through the new DocumentBurster.sh shell script.