the 803 effect

So 803 has been out and what was the early experience like? Have you noticed the performance improvements with VS.NET? What about the quality of documentation? I am impressed. There is quite a lot of information on working with K2. An important note for the doco, the performance of worklist access has been improved by some backend changes in 803 and if you need to access datafields and value you need to open the worklistitem specifically – there is a bug, and we have fixed it. look out for a KB asap.

You can also now rename the K2 databases at config time via the installer GUI. [more] Also here’s more info on the new license management features.

The 803 update has been causing the Visio integration to be disabled. There is a patch released to fix this and is available for immediate download.

One response to “the 803 effect”

  1. […] Oh BTW, these are previous the updates to K2[blackpearl] following the RTM version: SP1, 803. […]

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