Release Notes: This is marked as a Hot Fix release and presents a new Simplified User Inbox in its initial version. A bug has been fixed in Sugar Triggers to return more than 50 records on any getSugar* function (8435). Issues with Case Reassignment have been fixed (7084). An issue on IE8 with some windows that appear transparent has been fixed (8226). This release adds validation on User photo upload and removes Resume (since it is not used anymore). There are improvements in the Dashboard and Dashlets layout.
Release Notes: This is a regular bugfix release and a very important structural change. QA is performed using PHP 5.3.x (and there are plans to start testing with PHP v 5.4). PHP v 5.2.x can be used, although it is no longer a recommended version. The version of PHP in the Windows installer has been updated to 5.3.13.
Release Notes: This is a regular bugfix release with feature enhancements and many bugfixes. It has a more efficient case storage algorithm to overcome the 32k objects limit in ext3. Support for ProcessMaker hotfixes using the command line. Support to subgroup related items in drop-down fields. When a workspace was being restored in other languages besides English, some fields were not properly created; this has been fixed.
Release Notes: The minimum requirement for PHP has changed to version [b]5.2.10[/b] or higher (PHP 5.4 is not supported yet). On Linux, Apache 2.2.3 or higher is required. MySQL server version 5.1.6 or higher is required.
Release Notes: The minimum requirement for PHP has changed to version 5.2.10 or higher. A problem in new installations has been fixed. Participated – Sorting didn’t work for the Current User column. The source code has been changed to allow negative numbers in currency fields. User profile ” Replaced by ” didn’t work when PM derived a case. Could not forbid users from deleting input documents. Participated list only displayed TO_DO cases. A new RTL skin to support Arabic.
Release Notes: This is published as a Release Candidate with 190 bugs fixed and tested. It fixes critical issues with Alfresco triggers, case history, and improvements with the cron execution and overall performance. The upgrade script has been improved to run 33% faster, and lets admins upgrade everything without the need for manually repeating the process several times. Finally, a number of new features are been included.