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Version 1.2.2 of eHour

Release Notes: This release fixes a number of bugs, including a critical one in the auditing functionality.

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  •  11 Mar 2014 23:15

Release Notes: This is a big new feature and bugfix release. The most notable new feature is the ability to lock timesheets, not allowing users to modify their hours between specified dates. The admin and report screens were optimized to work with longer lists of users and projects by adding filtering and rearranging the UI. An administrator can now bulk assign many users to a single project, or a single user to many projects.

  •  18 Oct 2013 14:14

Release Notes: The Windows installers are now bundled with Java, so there's no need to install it beforehand.

Release Notes: This release fixes a number of bugs, including a critical one in the auditing functionality.

  •  18 Jun 2013 22:29

Release Notes: The underlying web framework (Wicket) has been upgraded from version 1.4.20 to 6.7. This fixes deployment issues on the latest Tomcat versions and increases browser compatibility. The export month feature was a bit enhanced. Instead of just exporting a month, you can now export any date range, be it a week or multiple months. The calendar/datepicker now uses the proper date format, and a Finnish translation is added. Many bugfixes have been made.

  •  22 Nov 2012 13:30

Release Notes: This update fixes a number of bugs: Backup and restore now properly restores all data in the backup and properly handles deleted users. The timesheet can now handle many projects for a single user. Detailed report charts display fractions (e.g. 7.5 hours) properly and sum up multiple project bookings on the same day. A Czech translation was added.

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