Release Notes: This release fixes bugs and provides an appliance installer for Linux, as well as the existing Windows appliance installer. The appliance installer installs all the components needed for an expense report Web application. In addition to ESS, this includes Apache, Tomcat, modjk2, MySQL, and OpenSSL.
Release Notes: This release introduces the Expense Submittal Appliance (ESA) installer. This not only installs the ESS software, but also installs a fully functional LAMP stack in a standbox. The LAMP stack includes Apache, Tomcat, MySQL, and OpenSSL. ESA for Windows is currently available, and ESA for Linux is scheduled to be released on March 6th. Additionally, several bugs have been fixed.
Release Notes: Several bugs with Firefox browse support were fixed. The size of the SYSTEM.element column was increased to 240 characters.
Release Notes: This is a maintenance release. The audit module screens have been redesigned. Bugs that have been fixed include the Day Trip Wizard screen freeze and bugs with Firefox browser support. Additionally, approval authority has been disconnected from menu level, allowing menu levels to be available for presentation changes. It is recommended that all current users upgrade.
Release Notes: This release includes changes to the audit interface to make auditing and changing reports more efficient. There have also been changes to the “Simple Reports” module to make ad hoc data reviews easier to implement. QA and bugfixes have concentrated on the EOD processes, such as auditing and feed file generation.
Release Notes: This is a maintenance release. Several problems with the Oracle and MS SQL Server interfaces that were introduced in 3.0.7 have been fixed. All ESS users of Oracle and MS SQL Server should upgrade to this release.
Release Notes: This is a maintenance release. The database creation process has been refined, and DBAs no longer need to manually create indices. There are other bugfixes.
Release Notes: This release concentrates on improving the installation and audit processes. The audit process, which includes user and file maintenance, was QA’d against MySQL, MS SQL Server, and Oracle databases. In addition, the installation process was QA'd on a Linux system with SpikeSource's Core Stack.
Release Notes: This release provides installers for Linux and Windows as well as cleaning up SQL code for MS SQL Server and Oracle installations. This version can be downloaded, for free, at http://www.adisoft-inc.com or http://www.sourceforge.net/projects/expense-ss.