Openbravo 3.0RC5.1 available
Release date: April 1st, 2011
- 16392: When using a date format different from the standard, windows with @#Date@ defaults do not work
- 16422: Local changes detected when a database is exported with pg_dump and imported again
- 16472: Cannot enter a process plan version. Tab gets blocked
- 16486: 3.0RC5.1: Problem with posting for activated table M_InOut
- Filter does not work properly when only one result is found. See 16420
- It has been reported that in some cases the rebuild process requires more RAM memory. It is recommended to run the virtual appliances with at least 1.5GB of RAM. We plan to review and solve this issue in the following weeks.
- Upgrade path from Openbravo 2.50 to Openbravo 3.0 RC5.1 is not supported. We plan to make it available with 2.50 MP29.
- Not all the modules available for 2.50 are available with 3.0 RC5.1 but significant portion is. Openbravo plans to make 100% of its modules available for 3.0 in the coming months. The availability of third party modules is outside of Openbravo's control.
|Appliance||Mercurial||Source code tarball|
|QEMU-Parallels||VirtualBox||VMware||Xen||Clone (tag: 3.0RC5.1)||Download|
Amazon EC2 AMIs (32bit)
Europe (eu-west-1): ami-11221565
US east coast (us-east-1): ami-b6e21fdf
US west coast (us-west-1): ami-3934677c
Asia Pacific (ap-southeast-1): ami-8e3f46dc
Installation, updates and upgrades
To set up the Appliance of this Openbravo release, follow the installation guide. Note that even if the guide is written for the 2.50 version it is also valid for this 3.0 RC5.1 release.
- Get information about previous releases in the Release History page.
- Detailed information about overall Openbravo 3.0 release progress is available in Openbravo 3.0 Release Status document.
- Openbravo 3.0 Documentation.
- Openbravo 3.0 Template Forge Project.
- Learn more about the benefits of Openbravo Professional Edition.
- Learn more about the open source Openbravo project
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Finally, we give our thanks to the Openbravo Community which continues to support us with their valuable time and knowledge. We also thank all Openbravo users for making Openbravo a huge success.