In order to acheive this goal, we are asking people in the ProcessMaker community to download our Release Candidates for the upcoming Stable Version and test it thoughly for any bugs. We need people to put the upcoming Stable Version of ProcessMaker through its paces. Many bugs are only discovered when people in the community run cases on processes with a wide variety of options on many platforms. The limited resources here at Colosa only allow us to test a few processes on a few systems, so we need your help to find all those niggling bugs which are easily overlooked.
To help out, please download the latest Release Candidate for the Stable Version which is available at:
https://sourceforge.net/projects/proces ... andidates/
Please DO NOT try out the release candidates on any server which is using ProcessMaker in production.
The best way to try out our release candidates is to install them in a separate machine or a virtual machine, where they can't corrupt your existing cases.
If you find a bug, please report them in our bug tracker at http://bugs.processmaker.com
We will prioritize fixing bugs found in the Release Candidates.
If currently using versions 1.2-2552, 1.2-2740, 1.2-2838, 1.2-2865, or 1.2-2985, you can use the patch file pmos-patch_RC2-2552-3306.tar.gz to test out Release Candidate 2. However, this patch file is 2.19MB, which is larger than the 2MB uploads which are allowed by default in PHP. If you have the default configuration of PHP, you will have to alter your php.ini file to upload it. Open your PHP configuration file which is found at:
In Debian/Ubuntu: /etc/php5/apache2/php.ini
In Red Hat/CentOS/Fedora: /etc/php.ini
In Windows with manual install: C:\Program Files\PHP\php.ini
In Windows with automatic installer: C:\Program Files\ProcessMaker\php\php.ini
Change the line:
upload_max_filesize = 2M
upload_max_filesize = 3M
Then reload or restart the Apache 2 web server. On all systems Apache can be restarted from the command line:
apachectl -k graceful
or by simply rebooting.
On Windows, see these links:
http://httpd.apache.org/docs/2.2/en/pla ... tml#winsvc
For Debian/Ubuntu and ilk:
On Red Hat/Fedora:
/sbin/service httpd reload