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I am glad to announce the availability of WorldServer 11.4.3.
It contains the following fixes:
After you apply Language Cloud machine translation to a WorldServer project in Studio and import the return kit back into WorldServer, the segments with the Translation Approved status in Studio now have their correct equivalent in WorldServer.
Note: To apply the fix for CRQ-12097, upgrade the File Type Support (FTS) Server to the version included in the cumulative update kit (220.127.116.114).
The Complete Step action is now enabled on a project group level and will behave as expected for projects having custom servlets associated with human steps. To complete the tasks in multiple project groups at the same time:
- The human action servlet must support the completion of project groups.
- The tasks must be in the same step as the human action servlet assigned to that step.
Note: If the servlet does not support the completion of project groups, the step is completed only in the first project of the project group; thus, you will have to complete the step manually for each of the remaining projects. For instructions on how to configure human action servlets on the WorldServer 11 interface, see Configuring human action servlets on the WorldServer 11 interface.
SDL will provide regular cumulative updates, so that customers can benefit from the latest improvements and prevent potential issues. You can find announcements about new updates here.
WorldServer 11.4.3 is available on the public FTP.
Important: The supported Java SE Development Kit and Java Runtime Environment versions have changed as a result of the security improvements made in WorldServer 11.4.1. These changes apply both to the WorldServer application server and to client machines. If you are upgrading from a version of WorldServer earlier than 11.4.1, see Requirements for the application server and Supported browsers and recommendations for client machines.
Hello Rian van der Borgt! The fixes for these issues, as well as many other fixes and features, will be included in the next major release (WS 11.6). While it would be difficult to set an exact timetable for its release at this point, we expect to release it in a few months' time.
Paul Cenuse - As WS 11.5 has already been released, will these issues also be fixed in the release following 11.5? And what would be the approximate release date?