Daniel Nashed 31 March 2014 08:20:22Traveler 9.0.1 IF 4 has shipped end of last week. There are some important fixes on the server side and also some fixes in the Android client.
After doing the update over the weekend I thought about building a small script to automate Traveler updates on Linux.
First I thought it would make sense to have it in my start script but I am not sure about it.
Silent install works like a charm. What do you think? Should I add a customizable script to shutdown, install, startup?
It could be even interesting to directly copy the install files from a central location -- specially with larger Traveler environments.
Or the changes could be pushed centrally and Traveler would just check if the files are there when the restartinstall command is executed.
Just an idea not sure if this would be really something customers would like to run.
Maybe I should start this up separately and not include it into the start script. But it would work in combination with the start script.
What are you guys doing? Is someone already automating server updates on Linux in a similar way?
IBM Notes Traveler 9.0.1 Interim Fix 4
|Release Date||Component||Build Levels||Release Documentation|
|March 24, 2014||Server|
|9.0.1 IF4 Release Documentation|
|LO78645||Server||Save and Security buttons are not enabled for Notes Traveler Web Administrator.|
|LO78732||Android||Calendar entries may be missing in Agenda view after upgrading the client.|
|LO78762||Android||Traveler client on Android may have connection issues if connected to a 188.8.131.52 server.|
|LO78786||Server||Line returns may be lost in Out Of Office message body.|
|LO78825||Server||Corporate lookup may not work from Android device if message headers altered by Network.|
|LO78876||Server||Plain text mail with pre tag may format too small on mobile device.|
|LO78924||Server||Send mail to all invitees from iNotes shows on Mobile device as a Prevent Copy mail.|
|LO78929||Android||Contact search does not work on Samsung Galaxy S3 device.|
|LO78948||Server||Duplicate mail sends may occur due to device resending with different identifier.|
|LO78965||Server||Some attachments may not download to mobile device correctly.|
|LO78973||Server||Slow sync performance due to DB threads growing and/or long running PS or DS threads.|
|LO78997||Server||Personal contact group may interfere with personal contact sync.|
|LO79011||Server||Workaround to prevent BB devices from re-syncing all data when syncing To Dos and Mail.|
|LO79012||Server||Delivery failure on send mail from device if domain is found to be empty string.|
|LO79015||Server||Unable to send encrypted mail from device if the recipient does not have internet address defined.|
|LO79041||Android||Notes Traveler To Do widget only displays one item on Android 4.4 OS.|
|LO79070||Server||Unable to forward a calendar entry with no description from Windows device.|
|LO79104||Server||Mime format mail sent from device will be converted to Rich Text format.|
|LO79234||Server||Passcode History setting is applied differently on Apple devices than other mobile devices.|
|LO79412||Server||Long running PS thread on server due to invalid filter window stored in database.|
|LO79435||Server||Encoded attachments will not download to BB or WP devices.|
|LO79465||Android||Unable to view some folders on Android OS 4.4 devices.|
|LO79492||Server||Re-accept meeting on iOS may remove the event from the device, server not effected.|
|LO79498||Server||Mail send from device may be sent twice if experience time out or connection drop during send.|
|LO79499||Server||Traveler server slow to start if IPv6 addresses specified on host.|
|LO79503||Server||Traveler shut down hang due to orphaned thread, may result in Domino server crash.|
|LO79504||Server||Support sync of embedded icons with WP and BB devices.|
|LO79516||Server||Domino API crash if attachment name greater than 253 characters on 32 bit system.|
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