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CacheBox 1.4 Released!

Luis Majano November 03, 2012

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Luis Majano

November 03, 2012

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We are proud to announce CacheBox version 1.4. This is an important patch release that we recommend all customers to upgrade to especially if you are using CacheBox with Railo. You can read our What's new with CacheBox 1.4 to get a better idea of this release.

Below are the major areas we concentrated in this release:

 

 

Fixes

  • Railo important issues when setting cache items into Railo providers. CacheBox was not setting the timespans correctly.
  • Better reporting output control
  • Enhanced HTML output for CacheBox Reports

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