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The 2.3 version includes:

  • a new REST webservice
  • a new “mobile” interface for smartphones and tablets
  • a new external GUI Framework, in order to interact with CMDBuild through custom interfaces that have been issued on web portals
  • the HTML editor has been replaced with the open source TinyMCE editor, that includes more features and is able to manage better any redundant HTML code imported from external applications
  • new features in the “manageEmail” widget in order to reply on sent or received emails
  • performance improvements
  • bug fixing

For the complete list of changes please refer to changelog.

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The 2.2.2 version includes:
  • Addressing CMDBuild content by URL: You can now access a CMDBuild resource (now class / process + card, then other types of resources) by specifying its URL path. This feature can be used to insert into notification emails the link to the ticket page in CMDBuild, to enable the PABX management software to open the customer card, to show an asset card reading a QR code, etc.
  • Task Manager extension: you can now make parametric with the CQL language all the fields of an e-mail template (recipient, sender, subject, body)
  • Other improvements:
    • ability to upload a CSV file in the "Grid" widget
    • extension of the GetRelationList method in the SOAP webservice
    • selection of polygons (roads, etc.) in the map extension of the linkCard widget
  • Localization in the French language - contributed by Philippe Poumaroux
  • Bug fixing

For the complete list of changes please refer to changelog.

September Newsletter available with latest news on project CMDBuild

SourceForge is the most popular platform among the open source software repositories, with more than 400,000 projects hosted and more than 4,000,000 downloads every day.

SourceForge choose every month two projects, a Project of the Month Staff Pick and a Project of the Month Community Pick.

CMDBuild has been chosen as Project of the Month Staff Pick for August 2014.

The news is published in the home page of the SourceForge website.

In the SourceForge blog is also published an interview on the origins, the current situation and on the lines of development of the project.

The 2.2.1 version includes:
  • management of the mask and of the IPV6 format in the "IP Address" attributes
  • extension of the templates used for sending mails (workflows widgets, Task Manager notifications, etc.) with the possibility of using variable fields
  • localization in the Persian (Farsi) language - contributed by Ali Amiri
  • bug fixing

For the complete list of changes please refer to changelog.

July newsletter available with latest news on project CMDBuild

The 2.2 version includes the following major improvements:

  • implementation of a Task Manager integrated in CMDBuild, that will allow to manage different operations (scheduling of workflows and of the new wizard connector) and data checks (upon receiving mails, synchronous events, asynchronous events) against which to send notifications, start workflows and execute scripts
  • implementation of the new BIM extensions, useful to synchronize and display 3D architectural models using the standard exchange format IFC
  • implementation of a new mechanism to obtain a full CMDBuild localization into several languages (in addition to the translation of the basic elements of the user interface you will now be able to localize also all your custom entities: classes, attributes, domains, lookups, menus, etc.)
  • implementation of two new widgets to select an element in a collection of cards represented in graph form (in the format that can be defined with the new function of "navigation trees configuration") and to edit a data grid in a workflow step
  • bug fixing

For the complete list of changes please refer to changelog.

May newsletter available with latest news on project CMDBuild

The meeting was organised in the prestigious Sala delle Colonne of Palazzo Marini, kindly granted by the Camera dei Deputati (Chamber of Deputies).

About 80 people attended the meeting and another 95 followed the meeting by streaming.

CMDBuild Day 2014 was introduced by Paolo Coppola, Member of Parliament, who also participated in the first CMDBuild Day as council member for Innovation in the Municipality of Udine.

Tecnoteca, maintainer of CMDBuild, presented the trends in diffusion of the project, the new functions that are going to be released with the upcoming version 2.2 and the developments that are forecast in the months following.

The interventions of Chamber of Deputies and Senate of the Republic described how CMDBuild is used in both branches of the Italian Parliament.

After that it was illustrated how CMDBuild is used by other institutions, among them Italian Ministry of Interior, Invitalia – the National Agency for Inward Investment Promotion and Enterprise Development – University of Bologna, Tuscany Regional Council, AGSM Verona, Serco Ltd, Emilia Romagna Region, CSI Piemonte, Piaggio SpA.

A common topic discussed by these organisations was the implementation of  Service Desk solutions based on the workflow system of CMDBuild.

A new open source product, openMAINT, was also presented during the meeting. Realized by Tecnoteca and based on CMDBuild, openMAINT is an open source solution for the Property & Facility Management.

All slides and videos of CMDBuild Day are available on the event's page.

They include important case histories about the use of CMDBuild. We suggest you to consult the ones closer to your needs, in order to learn how to use the system.

We are thankful to the technical operators and to the staff granted by the Chamber of Deputies. They supported us in order to reach a great success; after that, they provided the videos recorded during the meeting.

The event was also streamed live online and shared via twitter  #cmdbuildday2014

CMDBuild Day will meet you again in the spring 2016.

March newsletter available with latest news on project CMDBuild

The 2.1.8 version includes the following major improvements:

  • new mode, based on SQL functions, to define in a more flexible way the permissions on subsets of cards of a class
  • bug fixing

For the complete list of changes please refer to changelog.

The 2.1.7 version includes the following major improvements:

  • new widget to start a workflow from a normal card or from another workflow
  • bug fixing

For the complete list of changes please refer to changelog.

SUSE, one of the most popular Linux distributors, has chosen CMDBuild for the first edition of the event "Open Source for Real !".

At the meeting, that will be held in Rome on February 26, are participating Tecnoteca and two other companies active in the open source market: EnterpriseDB and WSO2.

Tecnoteca will present the case study entitled "CMDBuild, an OS tool for IT management. Data modeling, process management and interoperability solutions. At the same time Tecnoteca will briefly present also openMAINT, the new open source software for Facility Management derived from CMDBuild.

On Suse website it's available the full agenda of the day.

The meeting will be held at the Ibis Styles Hotel in Rome Eur, Massimiliamo Massimo 15.

All the people that currently use or are interested in learning CMDBuild are invited to this event.

Participation is free but registration is required, please use the official form available on the Suse website.

January newsletter available with latest news on project CMDBuild

The 2.1.6 version includes the following major improvements:

  • extension of the ManageEmail widget, usable in the workflows, with the possibility to send mails with attached files (both uploadable from your file system and from the Alfresco repository)
  • revision of the user interface running reports from the navigation menu
  • bug fixing

For the complete list of changes please refer to changelog.

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The  2.1.5 version includes:

  • Ability to define permissions on individual attributes of a class, now also differentiated in read / write
  • New feature in the workflow for uploading attachments in Alfresco (contribution of C4 Command - CIGC SICRAL)
  • New feature in the Text HTML attributes to "clean" text from HTML tags (contribution of the University of Bologna)
  • Localization in the Croatian language (contributed by Tomislav Peric)
  • Bug fixing

For the complete list of changes please refer to changelog.

September Newsletter available with latest news on project CMDBuild®