Last Updated: 5/22/2017
The ECG team is pleased to announce the release version 5.3.0 of Alpaca Web.
This version includes support for the R20sp1 and R21sp1 versions of the BroadWorks API.
- Fixed a bug that caused target Groups to not display properly on the User Migration page.
- Fixed a bug that could cause unlicensed features to display.
- Fixed a bug that could cause Groups to not split as prescribed during a Group To Enterprise Migration.
- Group to Enterprise Migration - Migrate a Group in a Service Provider to an Enterprise.
- User Collection Migration - Migrate a collection of Users from one Group to another.
- Added Help Button to Tasks View.
- Added ServiceProvider check to confirm that the deleting user is within the voicemail only service provider.
- Fixed bug that could cause unusual behavior when selecting an entity in the various Search Views.
- Fixed bug that prevented the GroupAccessDeviceSearch page from opening.
- Removed redundant Success statements.
- Added Service Provider Migration View.
- Added the ability to be signed into multiple BroadWorks Servers simultaneously.
- Added Tasks View to monitor ongoing and completed tasks.
- Added a help button on certain pages that link to guides on how to use the particular feature.
- Product name has been changed from ManageEZ to Alpaca Web.
- Server updates now use websockets instead of periodic polling.
- Fixed bugs that prevented User Migration from completing successfully.
- Randomization of Passwords and Passcodes now displays the generated values.
- Delete Voicemail User button has been enabled when using the Voicemail feature.
- Additional logging information is displayed when generating a Voicemail user.
- Fixed issue with Voicemail service not setting Group Calling Line ID number.
- Fixed issue with randomizing email passwords for Voicemail only users.
- Integrated deployment through Spring Boot to ease installation process.
- Support for the Alpaca 4.0+ library with improved speed and stability.
- Installation is now completely stand alone without need for an existing Java EE server.
- Server implementation is now based in Spring.
- Busy Lamp Field database is now populated on the fly.
- Server side updates occur at periodic intervals rather than using websocket through Atmosphere.
- Fixed issue with in memory databases not being cleaned correctly.