I am currently testing dspace 1.5.1 beta
Statistics viewer for XMLUI, based on existing DStat is complaining no
report available even though the xxx.dat files are there.
The script stat-XXXXX create xxx.dat files under [dspace]/log and XMLUI
is looking the files under [dspace]/reports.
Is there a specific setting to re-locate the directory or I have to
report as bug?
Date: Fri, 15 Aug 2008 10:27:19 -0700
From: Mark Diggory <mdiggory@...>
Subject: [Dspace-devel] DSpace 1.5.1-beta Release
To: DSpace Commit <dspace-commit@...>, DSpace
Developer List <dspace-devel@...>
Cc: dspace-tech-admin@..., DSpace General
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Dear DSpace Community,
We are pleased to announce the release of DSpace 1.5.1 beta.
This beta is primarily a bug fix release incorporating numerous bug
fixes and enhancements. Refer to the
and SVN history for details on these modifications.
The final release of 1.5.1 should be out before the end of August.
We request that community members interested in testing the beta
release please download it and verify that they can complete upgrade
and fresh installation. We request that the svn branch be frozen
until we do complete the final release, if developers do have further
fixes, please request their addition through the developers list
before moving forward with SVN commits.
The documentation for this release is bundled within the package.
DSpace 1.5.1 beta can be downloaded from the files area at
or with SVN from
Please use the mailing lists to provide feedback on this release.
Those wishing to do development work with DSpace are strongly
encouraged to obtain the source code using SVN. This is very
straightforward and a guide to doing this is available here: http://
We would also like to take this opportunity to invite you all to take
part in the DSpace development process. Extra developer hands are
always welcome, but there are other ways you can help:
- Test the system and report bugs
- Provide documentation (for end users and institutions, as well as
- Provide or update language packs
- Share your deployment experiences
- Donate content and metadata for testing and research
- Share your technical experience and ideas
Please visit the DSpace Wiki to see the various resources and
collaboration tools available to the DSpace community: http://
Mark R. Diggory - DSpace Developer and Systems Manager
MIT Libraries, Systems and Technology Services
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Home Page: http://purl.org/net/mdiggory/homepage