Here is the new release candidate for Michael 1.8. It only updates to the last stable version of SDX 18.104.22.168.
Here is the new release candidate for Michael 1.8 (may be the last ;-)). This version comes with corrections on OAI harvester and users document base.
Here is the seventh release candidate for Michael 1.8. This version comes with an optimization of the harvesting process : harvesting is disconnected from indexing.
Here is the sixth release candidate for Michael 1.8. This version comes with a great work on the OAI interface of MICHAEL (harvester and repository). OAI is now more robust. Including the transition from Xalan to Saxon XSLT processor to format records therefore provides a gain on the speed and robustness of the OAI repositories.
The latest version of SDX 2.4, included in this version, comes with an HTML interface for OAI, very nice :-)
Here is the fifth release candidate for Michael 1.8. I know, I've writed "final release" for RC4, but I've found a bad bug in categorization results (in the publication module). So I prefer to released a new RC version. Please, forgive-me ;-)
Here is the fourth and final release candidate for Michael 1.8. It adds the ability to use MySQL instead of the embedded HSQL database. MySQL is not activate as the default database in th sources. To activate it you have to modify three files:
Uncomment the element "<sdx:database type="MYSQL" dsi="mpf"/>"
Replace the right values for MySQL connexion (user, password, database name, port, etc.). See the element <jdbc name="mpf">.... read more
You'll find in the SVN (file "software/exist-server") a standalone eXist server, of the same version as the server embedded eXist by Michael and runnable in Java 1.6 environment. The purpose of this tool is essentially data maintenance. It allows to get eXist on its own JVM, and therefore demand fewer resources than the embedded version. Once the modified data (restoration, updates, etc..), It is possible to replace the binary files (*. dbx) of the embedded eXist server.
Soon, I will propose a distribution for that.
Last words, before use, careful to inform the JAVA_HOME (see "bin/server.sh").
We are getting closer to a stable version 1.8. This third release candidate fixes few bugs and updates italian i18n catalogs.
Today we provide a second release candidate for the future version 1.8. It fixes some bugs reports since the version 1.5 and adds some useful messages in the initialization and login processes to track potentials problems.
Today we provide a first release candidate for the future version 1.8. This version is a major update :