ivata groupware is a groupware/intranet portal system based around J2EE standards. It provides an enterprise-ready solution. It is a great tool to enable teams to find contacts in team and private address books, to share documents, to post articles and notes, to comment on articles, to receive notifications via email, to plan meetings and other events in the calendar, and to access email via the Web.
|Tags||Communications Email File Sharing Information Management Document Repositories Office/Business groupware News/Diary Scheduling|
|Operating Systems||Windows Cygwin POSIX Unix|
|Implementation||Java Perl Unix Shell|
Release Notes: This release fixes a bug in the startup script affecting Tomcat 5.0.x. You only need to upgrade if you are experiencing start-up problems on that platform.
Release Notes: Support for hMailServer 4.1 was added. The documentation was fixed and error handling was improved for the setup process on Tomcat 5.5.x. Bugs in groups and adding users to the address book were fixed. All users should upgrade to this version, especially Windows users.
Release Notes: This release fixes the setup program for Tomcat 5.0.x. Only upgrade if you're having difficulties installing on that platform.
Release Notes: This release makes ivata groupware easier to install, especially on MS Windows. There is a new Web-based setup program which appears when the program is started for the first time. A Hypersonic SQL database can automatically be installed on the user's hard drive, by just clicking from this setup window, and the mail domain is read from hMailServer via COM directly. Schema and data scripts were added for DB2, Hypersonic, MySQL, PostgreSQL, SAP DB, MS SQL Server, and Sybase. There are also 2 new themes, and the user can choose a theme when logging into the site.
Release Notes: This release completes the restructuring around a POJO model, using Hibernate as a persistence layer (which we started last summer). The code base has been split up, so more code can be re-used in later projects, and application of the ivata masks framework to further simplify the code has begun. This is the first release to support Windows "out of the box", using the excellent hMailServer as the email back-end. There's a new install program, and much of the code has been streamlined to use CSS rather than having presentation information directly in the HTML.