Release Notes: This release adds a TinyMCE WYSIWYG editor with support for IE 9. It adds Italian and Russian localizations. It adds configurable ADE context menu dialogs. It adds scheduled job for search index optimization. It has improved handling of deleted users in the permissions dialog, improved sitemap editor change handling, and improved synchronized lock behavior for offline indexing. It updates Lucene to version 3.5 and updates JPA to version 2.2.0.
Release Notes: Many important and useful new features and improvements were added. Drag and drop can be done for any existing JSP in ADE. You can now drag and drop directly from galleries. The "Break Up" option for Group Containers was added. XSD path translation was added. Many more features were added.
Release Notes: This version is a major release and contains a greatly improved user interface for content managers and numerous other enhancements like the new content subscription engine, HTML-based multiple file upload, and JPA support added to the database layer.
Release Notes: This version is a maintenance release that fixes a number of issues that persisted in the 7.5.3 version. Some new features have been added as well. This version fixes several security issues, concerning cross site scripting (XSS), and offers improved stability when working with Internet Explorer and Oracle database.
Release Notes: This release contains many enhancements and improvements. New features include the content relationship engine (CRE), which provides full internal link management. Full WebDAV access to the content repository is now possible. Users and Groups can now be managed in "Organizational Units" (OUs). AJAX technology is used to make the Workplace more responsive.
Release Notes: “Direct editing” of content from the Web site. An improved HTML user interface. New content types can easily be defined by an XML schema. Support for managing multiple Web sites in one installation. Integrated full text search (also in MS Office and PDF documents). An extensive user permission system with access control lists. Optional generation of static HTML pages. Modules for news, jobs, FAQ, and events. A generator for email forms. Support for multiple languages and Unicode.
Release Notes: This release contains lots of improvements and fixes that have been applied since the 5.0.0 release. Everyone who uses OpenCms is encouraged to upgrade to the 5.0.1 version. Most importantly, the issue with Properties of published resources that were not found in the Online project has been fixed. The JSP integration has been refactored to be more standards-compliant.
Release Notes: This release is far superior to OpenCms 4.x. Upgrading is recommended for all OpenCms users. A new template mechanism based on JSP and taglibs is included. JSP is a well documented standard, which is easy for Java programmers to learn. The created templates are extremely fast, and development of interactive functionality with JSP in OpenCms is straightforward. Full documentation and examples for OpenCms JSP templates have been made available.
Release Notes: A number of important features were added especially for the JSP integration and caching mechanism. The most visible change from previous versions is the new structure of the OpenCms workplace in the virtual file system (VFS), which now has a much more streamlined directory layout.
Release Notes: The 5.0 beta 1 of OpenCms marks the final version of the FLEX branch, which will be merged into the default branch in the next release.