@snipe snipe released this Sep 28, 2018 · 17 commits to master since this release

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New in v4.6.5

This release fixes a few bugs that will impact all users. Primarily it fixes an issue where the activated checkbox was not pre-checked when editing a user, which could potentially cause that user to be deactivated, and also fixes a sorting bug in the assets view when sorting by model.

For the API users, the item counts on location and manufacturer are now reporting correctly.

We also fixed an LDAP issue that only impacted users whose LDAP OU contained non-user (resource) accounts which would result in a crash on LDAP sync, and a regression that was introduced in 4.3.0 which made using comma-separated alert recipient lists fail on sending.

IMPORTANT: This will be one of the final releases of Snipe-IT that will work with PHP5. Future versions of Snipe-IT will require PHP 7.1.3 or greater. Please start upgrading your versions of PHP to 7.1.3 to prepare for the next release. There may be a few small bug fix releases before Snipe-IT v5, but you should start preparing now.

Fixed

  • Fixed Not unique table/alias: 'models' on custom report triggered when category is selected
  • Fixed #5630 - missing directories in public/uploads which could cause errors when uploading images to components and other items
  • Fixed counts to location show() API method
  • Fixed regression #5965 - multiple email recipients no longer working
  • Fixed #4151 - Undefined index: samaccountname on LDAP import
  • Fixed #6252 - activated flag not checked when editing active user
  • Fixed PHP warning Undefined offset: 1 in upgrade.php when no branch name was passed

Added

  • Added manager_id to fillable for locations API
  • Added group support for user API
  • Added Icelandic and Serbian locales

Improved

  • Removed old isActive model (unused)

Upgrading

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For a full list of changes, see the changelog.

Known Issues

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Upgrading from v3

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