Applies to Collaborator 12.2, last modified on October 31, 2019

This topic describes the changes made to Collaborator 2.1.700. For information on the changes made to other versions of the product, see Version History.

  • added — Eclipse support for Subversion (both pre-commit and post-commit)

  • added — Eclipse support for ClearCase (pre-commit)

  • added — SSL support on web server and all clients

  • added — Oracle back-end database support

  • added — Externalized defects feature

  • added — Keyboard shortcuts in side-by-side view

  • added — CMVC integration (Case 33617)

  • added — Special alert when a pop-up blocker prevents one of our web-application windows from opening (Case 33041)

  • added — Added filenames to the "Defect List" report (Case 33228)

  • added — Full Java example file to the Java Client Library documentation

  • added — Support for importing diffs with inconsistent line endings (Case 33427)

  • added — Support Perforce branch-add state (Case 26437)

  • added — Command-line now prints the review ID when a new one is created (Case 33344)

  • added — Option to disable "system dump" link for non-administrators

  • added — Command-line option --nobrowser

  • added — New review wizard now displays the review title on all screens (Case 33750)

  • added — Smarter algorithm for filenames with very long paths in side-by-side view (Case 33490)

  • fixed — do not include deleted files in the ZIP file of review files.

  • fixed — Underscores being clipped in word-wrapped view on certain browsers on certain platforms (Case 33699)

  • fixed — Web GUI not allowing more than 128 characters for review title, but 255 characters are actually allowed (Case 33900)

  • fixed — Deleted files fail to show deleted content (Case 33468)

  • fixed — Perforce integration was not honoring $P4CONFIG or the p4 set -s variables under Windows

  • fixed — Notification when removed from review should come from user, not admin (Case 33354)

  • fixed — Newly created defect custom fields show up as review custom fields (Case 33966)

  • fixed — Proper default mono-space fonts for platforms lacking the "Courier New" font

  • fixed — Perforce files opened for integrate should use head version as previous, not the have version (Case 33554)

  • fixed — Comment and Defect icons not showing up properly when changelists were rolled up (Case 33621, 33676)

  • fixed — Improved search / error-handling for external command-line tools

  • fixed — Subversion upload was failing sometimes when a deleted file was in the changelist (Case 33689)

  • fixed — SQL Server was not escaping characters correctly in certain LIKE queries

  • fixed — p4collab now contains a usage statement if you run it from the command-line

  • fixed — Subversion integration can now find svn.bat and other non-standard command-line clients

  • fixed — Perforce commit prevention trigger did not honor the "canceled" state for reviews.

  • fixed — Custom field reporting views can take so long to complete that the query times out (Case 33446)

  • fixed — When review is deleted, activity records should be deleted as well (Case 33496)

  • fixed — When uploading files from Subversion, ignore both _svn and the more common .svn.

  • fixed — Cancel AJAX web requests when window closes; was causing browser to run out of connections (only 2 are ever allocated) and then hang (Case 33557)

  • fixed — Web GUI URL auto-formatter is too greedy (Case 33636, 33907)

  • fixed — Perforce addchanges trigger can fail with no error message (33584)

  • fixed — Error parsing ClearCase output when backslashes were used (33224)

  • fixed — Viewing XML files sometimes shows SGML character entities instead of proper characters (Case 33280)

  • fixed — Could throw NPE when Java's mailcap file is corrupt

  • fixed — Could get database error when inserting too much text into a field

  • fixed — No notifications when you cancel the review from the review planning phase (Case 33369)

  • fixed — When you have exceeded your license the system now allows the existing users to continue using the system and shuts out only the additional users, rather than shutting out everyone all together.

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