Release Notes: The most significant feature enhancement in this version is a new CGI plugin. This plugin supports GET requests in this version, but future versions will also support POST. A security bug where the user's credentials were not checked prior to performing several administrative tasks was fixed. More documentation was added. Whitespace in Module and Operation names is no longer allowed. A sample Perl CGI app (whois.bw.org) is included as an example of the CGI plugin. A URL mapping was added to allow for cleaner URLs such as Dispatch/foo/bar in addition to Dispatch?mod=foo&op=bar.
Release Notes: A collection of Web-based administration pages for configuring modules has been added. Many concurrency issues were addressed. A role of 'admin' was implemented and is now used by the system for managing Modules, their Operations, and Components. Boolean/bit SQL types are no longer used for specifying boolean values. Instead, smallint is used exclusively, using 1 or 0 to represent booleans, so as to accommodate various JDBC drivers.
Release Notes: This release fixes all PostgreSQL-specific issues. PortalUtils no longer relies on default values in the database. Fixed the issue where a user named '' could be created, so that now usernames and passwords must be at least 3 characters long. Various other features have been enhanced and/or altered.
Release Notes: This minor release fixes some PostgreSQL-specific issues related to unique Id gereration. PortalUtils.getNextId(..) is now database-independent, thus making the entire application database independent (haven't yet tested this, though). User management was changed a bit: the current logged in User count is alot more accurate now, only relying on the system garbage collector when a User's session expires, not when they explicitly log out or change users.
Release Notes: Page layout management, slightly enhanced user management, and better persistence mechanisms added. A lot of bugs fixed.
Release Notes: This release includes new features to facilitate EAI users in integrating with other systems, persistence mechanisms to all currently-functional display elements, new user management with support for both signed-in and transient users, changes to the configuration of the default display to a "navigate as you configure" arrangement which seems more intuitive, making it more usability "out-of-the-box" than the previous version, although there's still no web-based configuration of Modules, changes to the look-and-feel of the display template, and users can now specify the widths of various columns in their display.