Posts Tagged ‘open source’

Release Phraseanet 4.0.2: New features

Friday, November 17th, 2017

CHANGELOG VERSION 4.0.2

Enhancements:

  • Prod: Message Improv, when selected records are in Trash and another one.
  • Prod: alt-click on active facets (filter) to invert it.
  • Prod: do not erase facets in filter when returning 0 answers.
  • Core: Add preference to authorize user connection without an email
  • Core: Add preference to set default validity period of download link

Fix:

  • Thesaurus: 0 character terms are blocked
  • Admin: fix action create and drop index from elasticsearch
  • Prod: Fix advanced sarch: no filters possible on fields using IE
  • Prod: 500 error in publication reader when record is missing (deleted from db)
  • Unit test: fix error in Json serialization for custom link
  • Prod: fix field list in advanced search with Edge browser
  • Upload: fix 500 error when missing collection
  • Install wizard: fix error in graphical installer

And 10 more bugfixes (known issues).

To download Phraseanet 4.0.2, please visit our official page.

Customize your homepage

Friday, May 5th, 2017

Please view the tutorial on the French page. English version coming soon !

(Français) Photothèques pour mairies et collectivités

Monday, January 30th, 2017

Sorry, this entry is only available in French.

Release of Phraseanet 4.0: VM now available!

Wednesday, June 8th, 2016

This virtual machine contains a Phraseanet server and all its dependencies. It allows you to test Phraseanet quickly and efficiently, as if you were working in a production environment!

Download it now!

Please feel free to send your feedback: tell us what you think about this new version, if you have any suggestions for enhancements!

> To learn more about version 4.0

Phraseanet now features one of the most advanced open source search engines, Elastic.
V4 improves the speed of processing and display research; Faceted navigation; the user is guided in its search; full text, through the thesaurus, combination of criteria and filters,
geolocation…