Planet Crust has released a new update of Corteza, including new features and a long list of changes and fixes:
- Changed the record import subsystem by upgrading it with the new data transformation framework. The change was made to optimize the process of importing records by making it more stable, efficient, and capable of handling large amounts of record imports (
- Fixed record import not importing anything with no reported errors. The fix was made by fixing the file management to correctly report rows and counts The issue was caused because the state wasn’t reset correctly after performing a preflight to analyze and count records (
- Fixed undefined property error in the developer console when removing a page block (
- Fixed duplicate identification keys error in the developer console when configuring automation buttons (
- Fixed metric element not respecting its format configuration and displaying as default integer in Reporter (
- Fixed page layout expressions not being evaluated when switching from editing to viewing a record This fix also addressed the issue of record object not being present on initial load (
How to install Corteza
You can follow the offline deployment instructions for a local development or demonstration instance of Corteza. Check out the extensive online deployment instructions to set up a live deployment. If you have questions, you can engage with other community members on the Corteza forum.
How to upgrade your Corteza instance
To upgrade your instance to the latest version of Corteza, follow our Upgrade Guide.
About Planet Crust
Planet Crust is the creator of and driving force behind Corteza, a 100% open-source low-code rapid application development, business process management and integration platform for software vendors, system integrators and internal development teams. For more information or to try Corteza on the cloud, please visit www.planetcrust.com.
Corteza is a 100% open-source low-code rapid application development, business process management and integration platform for software vendors, system integrators and internal development teams. Corteza comes with an Apache 2.0 license, and all code is published and can be reviewed at https://github.com/cortezaproject. All Corteza code is contributed to the Commons Conservancy Software Foundation. To stay up-to-date on the project, follow @CortezaProject on Twitter.