Changes between Version 7 and Version 8 of Release/3.1/Notes


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May 27, 2016, 4:56:51 AM (5 years ago)
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    151151This release is built against the FDO 4.1 branch
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     153'''Due to unavailable build resources (the build maintainer does not have access to the ESRI SDK), this release does not include the ArcSDE FDO provider'''
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    153155== Installer notes ==
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    191193== Known Issues ==
    192194 
     195 * Ubuntu: Tomcat/Java is not optional will always be installed by the installation script whether you use it or not
    193196 * Fusion: Geolocation widget will no longer work on Chrome 50+ on insecure origins (https://developers.google.com/web/updates/2016/04/geolocation-on-secure-contexts-only?hl=en). Solution: Host the fusion application on a site over HTTPS.
    194197 * Fusion: Google Street View may not load properly in Chrome (https://productforums.google.com/forum/#!topic/maps/7DiQ4FQj8ts). Workaround: Disable "Accelerated 2D canvas" in chrome flags settings.
     
    201204   
    202205   Then consider running MapGuide in a [https://www.docker.com/ docker container] that is based on Ubuntu 12.04 or CentOS 6.x. This installation method is not supported and is only mentioned here for informational purposes.
    203  
    204  * The following FDO providers may or may not not be functional in 64-bit Linux builds of MapGuide
    205    * SHP (spatial indexing code not working properly in 64-bit, will cause incorrect spatial queries. Workaround: Use OGR provider)
    206    * MySQL (un-tested, please provide feedback)
    207    * PostgreSQL (un-tested, please provide feedback)
    208    * King.Oracle (un-tested, please provide feedback)
    209    * WFS (un-tested, please provide feedback)
    210    * WMS (un-tested, please provide feedback)
    211 
    212  * The following FDO providers have been validated in a 64-bit Linux environment by their respective FDO unit test suites (ie. All tests pass). Feedback on these providers in 64-bit Linux still welcome/appreciated:
    213    * SDF
    214    * SQLite
    215    * GDAL
    216    * OGR
     206 * The 64-bit builds of MapGuide are made available for testing/feedback.
     207   * The following FDO providers may or may not not be functional in 64-bit Linux builds of MapGuide
     208     * SHP (spatial indexing code not working properly in 64-bit, will cause incorrect spatial queries. Workaround: Use OGR provider)
     209     * MySQL (un-tested, please provide feedback)
     210     * PostgreSQL (un-tested, please provide feedback)
     211     * King.Oracle (un-tested, please provide feedback)
     212     * WFS (un-tested, please provide feedback)
     213     * WMS (un-tested, please provide feedback)
     214   * The following FDO providers have been validated in a 64-bit Linux environment by their respective FDO unit test suites (ie. All tests pass). Feedback on these providers in 64-bit Linux still welcome/appreciated:
     215     * SDF
     216     * SQLite
     217     * GDAL
     218     * OGR
    217219
    218220 * Fusion: Bing/VirtualEarth commercial layers may conflict with Google layers if they are both specified in a Flexible Layout. If you have a Bing/VirtualEarth layer as the default, switching to a Google layer in your Fusion application will cause the Google layer to be displaced and vice versa.