dotCMS Community Editionfor Linux 21.09 freeware
As an open source product, dotCMS has an active community of user and project participants. We firmly believe that this community helps everyone achieve success on the web more quickly and at a lower cost. By working together, the dotCMS community serves as a helpful and supportive forum for learning about dotCMS and getting questions answered.
|OS||Linux, Mac OS X|
|Installation||Instal And Uninstall|
|Keywords||web content management, content management system, open-source CMS, CMS, content management, web content|
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|21.09||Sep 10, 2021||New Release|
|21.06||Jul 7, 2021||New Release||Improvements in dotCMS:
Enabled the ability to replace dotCMS logo on backend. (#19970)
Created a new REST endpoint to return the versoion of versionables when the identifier is passed in. (#19778)
Improved confusing E-mail address used for system and anonymous user. (#20095)
Updated GraphQL PageAPI call. (#20203)
Introduced new metadata attributes for GraphQL. (#20209)
Improved error message for deleting a container used by a template. (#20277)
Added the ability to copy a site from a REST call. (#20272)
Updated bundle output file type to TAR/GZIP to improve performance. (#20325)
Added the ability to specify in the GraphQL query if a given field should be returned velocity-rendered in the response. (#20407)
Added header identifying what vanity URL directed the user to the page to help simplify debugging. (#20416)
Improved how external caches and the dotCMS internal cache interact. (#20412)
Added the ability to update a site via REST using Site Resource. (#20393)
|21.03||Mar 19, 2021||New Release||Announcements and Deprecations:
This version of dotCMS ships with Tomcat 9. Any plugins or overrides that specify files in the tomcat directory tomcat-8.5.32 will need to be updated.
dotCMS 21.03 still requires Java 8 in order to run properly. That said, we expect that within the next 3 months, dotCMS will be deprecating support for Java 8 and instead require Java 11 to run. We will keep the community posted.
The following new features have been added in dotCMS 21.03:
A new Tool called "Getting Started" has been added to dotCMS.
The tool will be shown when admins log into dotCMS for the first time.
This tool will supply admins with relavant examples and resources to get started with dotCMS quickly and easily.
Admins will be able to dismiss this tool if they don't feel they need it.