Today we have issued a stabilisation release: FocusOPEN 18.104.22.168. This corrects a number of faults but also includes some features back-ported from the forthcoming 3.4.4 released which is due to go into beta soon. 22.214.171.124 is currently available for commercial users only, we do not have an AGPL release schedule at this time.
The new edition is available for download on the My Account dashboard. A copy of the deployment guide can be downloaded from the deployment section on the Wiki. An upgrade guide for existing 3.4.2 users who have an active commercial licence subscription is also the wiki here: http://www.digitalassetmanager.com/wiki/upgrading-focusopen-3.4.2-to-126.96.36.199/
Additional new features added for this release:
- Preview rollovers
- Custom button feature that can be linked to client-side functionality to call API commands.
- Option to exclude some static (non-custom) fields from template cataloguing operations.
- Ability to change overlib rollover width.
- Option to swap commas for newlines in mapped embedded metadata.
- Optimised search so it works faster on SQL Server 2008 especially and 2005 also.
- Option setting added to prevent AD overwriting the user’s role when they logged in again (commercial edition only).
- New API commands to get/set an asset’s group (and the permission option for each).
- Option to bypass login page and log the user in as a Guest account along with options to enable non-guests to login if required also.
- Removal of the limitation on a single brand administrator user per-brand.
- Fixed issue with default metadata causing issues with multiple brands where the metadata fields had not been changed.
- Changed default value of the user status to approved when generating AD authenticated accounts (commercial only).
- Fixed issue where previous validation errors would prevent the user from registering via an auth plug-in.
- Fixed bug with adding new brands and missing default category/filter settings.
- Fixed fault with batch import feature where usage restrictions field mapping was not being carried out.
- Fix to enable non-native authentication users (e.g from AD) to bulk delete assets by checking their password against the plug-in authentication server.
- Fix to correct batch import fault where the option to create an asset if the user’s mapped asset ID could not be found was not being picked up.
- Fixed issue where previous validation errors would prevent the user from registering via an authentication plug-in.
- Fixed fault where expiry date sorting would throw an error.