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C5Connector.Java Version 0.11

Version 0.11 of the C5Connector.Java has been released.

It’s the Java backend for the filemanager of corefive.

The outstanding feature of this release is that the jar of C5Connector.Java contains the source code of the filemanager. This insures that there aren’t any compatibility issues between C5Connector.Java and the filemanager. We strongly recommend using this feature! The default implementations of the basic interfaces are adapted accordingly.

The changes in detail:

  • issue #39: Adapt FilemanagerConfig to Filemanager 2.5.
  • issue #40: Integrate the filemanager source into the jar file
  • issue #41: New directory with name equals to Parent directory
  • issue #43: The default implementation of FilemanagerCapability should respect if a file is protected
  • issue #44: updated filemanager to 2.5.0
  • issue #45: wrong path in getinfo for folders

 

This could be one of the last releases of this project. The Filemanager project is deprecated. This is why the future of C5Connector.Java is written in the stars.

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C5Connector.Java Version 0.10

Version 0.10 of the C5Connector.Java has been released.

It’s the Java backend for the filemanager of corefive.

Changes of the configuration of the filemanager can cause errors, because the (default) configuration is provided by C5Connector.Java. To ensure a runnable version, the *-bin.zip contains the source of the filemanager.

The changes in detail:

  • issue #36: Client and adapter tight coupling (refactored the fetching of the default configuration of the filemanager)
  • issue #37: Implementation of ‘baseUrl’ property
  • issue #38: Build a bundle with the filemanager source
  • updated Jackson to 2.5.4

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C5Connector.Java Version 0.9

Version 0.9 of the C5Connector.Java has been released.

It’s the Java backend for the filemanager of corefive.

This is a bug-fix and 3rd-party-update release.

The changes in detail:

  • issue #33: Implementation of ‘version’ property
  • issue #34: Implementation of the ‘protected’ flag for get-responses
  • issue #35: Implement sorting files in ‘getfolder’
  • updated Jackson to 2.5.0
  • updated slf4j to 1.7.12
  • updated servlet-api to 3.1.0

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C5Connector.Java Version 0.8

Version 0.8 of the C5Connector.Java has been released.

It’s the Java backend for the filemanager of corefive.

It’s a bug-fix release and mandatory for all who wants to use filemanager 2.0.0:

  • issue #30: filemanager.config.js.default isn’t loaded
  • issue #32: Adapt FilemanagerConfig to Filemanager 2.0

For more details refer the changelog please.

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C5Connector.Java Version 0.7

Version 0.7 of the C5Connector.Java has been released.

It’s the Java backend for the filemanager of corefive.

It’s a  feature and clean-up release:

  • internal: global refactoring, refactored the upload code
  • issue #25: Implementation of the mode ‘preview’
  • issue #26: introduce a property to hold the max. preview dimension
  • issue #28: introduce a remover for EXIF data
  • issue #29: extend the shared-config with option#theme

For more details refer the changelog please.

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C5Connector.Java Version 0.6

Version 0.6 of the C5Connector.Java has been released.

It’s the Java backend for the filemanager of corefive.

It’s a  small feature and clean-up release:

  • Refactoring of the basic Dispatcher to keep the code clean
  • Implementation of ‘replace’
  • The name of the base package has changed
  • More properties of the shared configuration are respected

For more details refer the changelog please.

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C5Connector.Java Version 0.5

Version 0.4 and 0.5 of the C5Connector.Java has been released.

It’s the Java backend for the filemanager of corefive.

The highlights of these versions are:

  • Implementation of ‘thumbnailing’ (previewing images)
  • Implementation of save/edit a text file
  • Fixed an interoperability issue with regular expressions
  • More properties of the shared configuration are respected

For more details refer the changelog please.

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