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Jease 1.9.2 released

2011-04-25

Tomcat Config Typo, fixes for Dynamic Compiler, Page Template, Search and Feeds.
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Jease 1.9.1 released

2011-04-05

Minor bug fixes, CodeMirror 1.0, Tomcat 7.0.12
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Jease 1.9 released

2011-03-20

Long Term Support, Maintenance mode, User-Management, Sequences, Error page, ScriptProperty, HTML Rewriter
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2011-04-25

Jease 1.9.2 released

Tomcat Config Typo, fixes for Dynamic Compiler, Page Template, Search and Feeds.

Please read the detailed release notes for more informations about Jease 1.9.

Jease 1.9.2 contains several minor fixes:

  • Tomcat: fixed typo in jease/conf/server.xml. It must read "useBodyEncoding" instead of "seBodyEncoding" in the declaration of the HTTP-connector. This resulted in a problem with garbled UTF-8 searches.
  • Dynamic Compiler: fixed bug with encoded spaces (%20) in filenames returned from URL. This could lead to a problem when running Jease under a directory which contains a space character in the path (e.g. Windows).
  • User-Management: fixed a bug with the Picklist for root selection which didn't show last created folders after first use.
  • Search: fixed empty result due to NullPointerException when query was found in root node.
  • Templates: added clear-both after content and editorial, so no "open" floating after content can destroy layout.
  • Feeds: moved XML-declaration to top of file. Otherwise an empty line at the top of file might result if container doesn't support whitespace-stripping (e.g. Jetty).

Depending on if you're updating Tomcat along with Jease or not, updating is mostly straightforward: simply copy jease/webapps/ROOT/WEB-INF/lib/jease.jar and jease/webapps/ROOT/WEB-INF/lib/jfix.jar to your existing installation and restart your server. Additionally you can fix your Page-Template by adding a div-tag with style="clear:both" between content area and editorial. If you're using News and running Jease on Jetty, you should copy jease/webapps/ROOT/site/service/feeds/* to your instance.That's it.

Last modified on 2011-04-26 by Maik Jablonski