Documentum 7.1 Available

It was just brought to my attention that Documentum 7.1 is available for download from the EMC Download Center.  Did I miss the announcement?  Interestingly, the Content Server download file is dated Oct 1, 2013, but the Release Notes are dated Nov 2013.

Anyway, here are some highlights from the release notes:

  • Content Server
    • Support for 64-bit Linux, Solaris, and AIX
    • Support for certificate-based SSL
    • JMS- Content Server SSL communication
    • Support for Central Authentication Service (CAS) plug-in
  • xPlore 1.4
    • JBoss (AS 7.1.1) and Lucene (4) upgrades
    • Better HA support
    • Support for certificate-based SSL
    • Administration enhancements including new reports and thread dump tool
    • Indexing improvements including auto-retry of failed documents
    • Numerous query changes and improvements
    • Security and vulnerability improvements
  • DFC
    • Support for certificate-based SSL
    • Introduction of Synchronous Default Aspects
  • Composer
    • Upgraded to Eclipse 3.8 and supports Windows 64-bit mode
  • Other notable updates
    • ADTS/MTS 7.1
    • DA 7.1
    • DFS 7.1
    • xMS 1.1

Has anyone seen the official announcement yet?  If so, post the link here.

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About Scott
I have been implementing Documentum solutions since 1997. In 2005, I published a book about developing Documentum solutions for the Documentum Desktop Client (ISBN 0595339689). In 2010, I began this blog as a record of interesting and (hopefully) helpful bits of information related to Documentum, and as a creative outlet.

One Response to Documentum 7.1 Available

  1. Andrey B. Panfilov says:

    Hm… it’s not available through product list, but product search does return results.

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