Artifactory 6.3.3 freeware
Artifactory is uniquely positioned as a leading tool in the software market and the only tool that support all technologies and tools. Recently we added .NET support and now NuGet packages are first class citizens in Artifactory, allowing you to point Visual Studio at Artifactory as a central point for all NuGet feeds.
|OS||Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows Vista x64, Windows 7, Windows 7 x64, Windows 8, Windows 8 x64, Windows 10, Windows 10 x64|
|Installation||Instal And Uninstall|
|Keywords||binary repository, ALM repository, Maven repository, repository, binary, ALM|
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|6.3.3||Mar 22, 2018||New Release||Fixed an issue in which unlocking the User Profile page in the UI would fail if the user's password contained any special characters.
Fixed an issue in which when configuring a smart remote repository in the UI and testing the connection, a the login credentials to the remote resource would be deployed in plain text in the smart remote repository cache.
|6.3||Mar 22, 2018||New Release||Highlights:
Support for Conda Repositories:
Artifactory now offers native supports for Conda Repositories, giving you full control over deploying and resolving Conda packages.
|5.10.1||Mar 22, 2018||New Release||Fixed an issue in which an Artifactory configured with MariaDB as the database did not start.
Fixed an issue whereby enabling the Auto Redirect Login Link To SAML Login setting in the SAML configuration, did not redirect to the SAML login URL, and the Login button in Artifactory became unresponsive.
Fixed an issue whereby Xray users failed to be authenticated using SAML authentication.
Fixed an issue whereby under certain circumstances, authentication between Artifactory and Xray failed, leading to failure between Artifactory and Xray. This caused certain operations to fail such as scanning an artifact or a build.