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eForum

eForum is server side software that enables geographically distant participants to share ideas and enhance teamwork via the Web. It allows project moderators to manage feedback and project discussions, and can display interactive Q&A tools.

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  •  19 Jun 2005 23:18

Release Notes: Internationalization and Italian language support were started. Deprecated calls were changed. This release supports Expresso 5.5.

  •  27 Aug 2003 23:55

Release Notes: This release focused on bringing the eForum code base up to date with that of Expresso 5.3. There were also speed enhancements, updates to the online help, and bugfixes. The document and management pages now reflect Expresso's new look and feel. Problems with populatinig default values on multiple databases were fixed, and the link to setup values were fixed. No database changes are necessary for this update.

  •  02 Jul 2003 06:08

Release Notes: This release focuses on minor features and minor bugfixes. Compatibility features include removing deprecated JSP functions to include Expresso 5.1 compatibility fixes. Split Management Screens are now split between the "actions" and "data" available to the manager. Bugfixes result in Tomcat 1.4.24 compatibility; the way includes were occurring in the eForum JSP pages didn't agree with Tomcat 4.1.24. The Log4J code has been updated.

  •  05 Jun 2003 03:23

    Release Notes: This release includes major new functionality, many performance improvements, and some bugfixes. New features include a search facility to search forums for specific text/integration with Lucene, an advanced search screen to search the forum messages and filter by date, forum group, and login user id, and a complete rebuild of text indices. New internationalization features are also included and there was a complete UI rewrite.

    •  05 Jun 2003 03:18

      Release Notes: This release includes a new pluggable stylesheets feature, a new build.xml file, as well as a new separate module location. Performance improvements have been made including vastly improved performance on mail sending. In addition, a number of bugs are corrected, and the project is updated to be compatible with Expresso 5.0.

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