Release Notes: New functionality includes highly configurable enterprise-grade accounting; project management, HR, and SFA applications; enhanced asset management and maintenance; eCommerce enhancements; visual theme and configurable portal support; a Web-based point-of-sale application; business intelligence tools, and various new reports. The release also features major improvements in overall production stability, quality, and security, including protection from vulnerabilities common to Web-based software; enhancements to marketing and content management functionality.
Release Notes: This release includes hundreds of new features and now has nearly all functionality required for a retail fulfillment based business and many other types of businesses to operate. There are also major enhancements to the OFBiz Framework components.
Release Notes: This is a maintenance release. There were a number of bugs introduced between 2.0.0 and 2.1.0 which were addressed, and more extensive testing has now been done. There are also a couple of new features.
Release Notes: This release includes major new application functionality and framework improvements. The presentation layer architecture has been enhanced to be much cleaner and easier to customize for e-commerce applications. Improvements were made to e-commerce, the Catalog Manager, Accounting (invoicing and billing), Facility/Warehouse/Inventory management, and others. New features were added to the Workflow, Service, and Entity engines and to the MiniLang simple-methods.
Release Notes: This release includes a lot of new functionality and a number of bugfixes. There has been a lot of work on the Entity Engine, Service Engine, Workflow Engine, WebApp Framework, and new features for marketing in addition to a number of catalog, order, party and ecommerce enhancements.
Release Notes: Most of the new features are centered around making a feature rich eCommerce package that competes nicely with commercial alternatives. The Catalog, Order, and Party Management applications have matured right along with eCommerce and are now sufficient for managing data behind the eCommerce site. Usage of framework components like the Entity and Service Engines, the XML MiniLang library, and the webapp framework have been improved a lot.
Release Notes: This release represents the completion of all of the major pieces of the OFBiz enterprise application framework. The 2.0 Final release should be backward compatible with this release. Some things may be added, but configuration files and code that uses the APIs should not need to be changed. Other framework components will be added as the project progresses, but the most important architectural enablers are now in place.
Release Notes: Profiling and speed optimizations were added, especially for containers like Orion and Resin. Sample deployment files and instructions are now included for Tomcat, Jetty, JBoss, Weblogic, Orion and Resin. Enhanced documentation was added, including an introduction to the Workflow Engine and a description of the properties (configuration) files.