This is the release notes for XWiki Commons, XWiki Rendering and XWiki Platform. They share the same release notes as they are released together and have the same version.

This is a bugfix release that covers important issues that we have discovered since 10.11.5 has been released.

Some important bugs have been discovered since XWiki 10.11.6 has been released:

If one or several of these bugs impact you, then you should wait for the next version of XWiki (10.11.7) that will be released soon!
Note that we still recommend upgrading to this new version if you have 10.11.5 installed as we have been fixing several major issues since then.

New and Noteworthy (since XWiki 10.11.5)

Full list of issues fixed and Dashboard for 10.11.6.

All Changes

  • Bug Closed XWIKI-16326 Context and memory leak in the notifications email renderer
  • Bug Closed XWIKI-16318 Read status is wrong the first time the user notifications are displayed
  • Bug Closed XWIKI-16316 Attachments versions are incremented by each page version save
  • Bug Closed XWIKI-16295 All page is selected when selecting an Icon for a AWM
  • Task Closed XWIKI-16034 Upgrade to jsTree 3.3.7

Translations

The following translations have been updated:

  • German
  • French
  • Norwegian
  • Polish
  • Russian

Known issues

Backward Compatibility and Migration Notes

General Notes

  • When upgrading make sure you compare and merge the following XWiki configuration files since some parameters may have been modified, removed or added:
    • xwiki.cfg
    • xwiki.properties
    • web.xml
    • hibernate.cfg.xml
  • Add xwiki.store.migration=1 in xwiki.cfg so that XWiki will attempt to automatically migrate your current database to any new schema. Make sure you backup your Database before doing anything.

API Breakages

There was no API breakage since 10.11.5.

Credits

The following people have contributed code and translations to this release (sorted alphabetically):

  • Eduard Moraru
  • GinPachi
  • Marius Dumitru Florea
  • Thomas Mortagne
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Created by Thomas Mortagne on 2019/04/12
   

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