Version 2.3.3, released on March 13th, 2008

New Features:

  • Control and data flow edges use bendpoints by default


  • The freeze command will save the state of processes in the first open project

Compiler Fixes (thanks to Andreas Quandt):

  • Java Snippets: default values for output parameters correctly initialized
  • Java Snippets: default empty values now correctly typed
  • Loops: system parameters will be reinitialized from updated input parameter values
  • Condition operators now work for simple types

Version 2.3.2, released on March 5th, 2008

New features:

  • a new mashup example (yahoo.oml) to display Yahoo Local search results on a Google map
  • the ability to edit parameter values displayed in the parameter viewer
  • the ability to restart finished or failed tasks

Bug Fixes (thanks to Carlos da Silva):

  • fixed support for boolean output parameters in the Java snippet compiler
  • fixed support for primitive data types in the Java subsystem

Version 2.3.1, released on January 30th, 2008

It features a new AJAX worklist manager, some important bug fixes in the Condor adapter, and the ability to freeze the execution state of process instances to disk.

Download the latest release of JOpera from the update site:

Version 2.3.0, released on January 10th, 2008

It features support for Java 1.5, a rewritten compiler for pipelined processing over sources of streaming data, and an improved Web-based monitoring interface, and a number of bug fixes.

Download the latest release of JOpera from the update site:

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