Archivematica 1.9 and Storage Service 0.14 release notes
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Revision as of 13:48, 6 March 2019
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Please see installation instructions link here.
Archivematica 1.9 and Storage Service 0.14 are supported for production use in the following environments:
- Ubuntu 16.04 64-bit Server Edition
- Ubuntu 18.04 64-bit Server Edition
- CentOS 7 64-bit
For development purposes, most of our developers prefer to use Docker containers. These and all above supported environments are linked from the installation instructions above.
This feature creates a new endpoint for the storage service API. It will allow a client to make a request to the API to move an AIP from one storage location to another storage location (of the same type). The storage service is aware of the move so there is no need to re-index (compared to moving AIPs manually).
The primary issue for this change is archivematica/Issues: Issue 71
This work was sponsored by the Museum of Modern Art. Thank you!
Stored DIP deletion
This enhancement adds a new option to delete a DIP to the storage service user interface.
This change is described by artefactual/archivematica-storage-service: Issue #319
This work was sponsored by Simon Fraser University Archives. Thank you!
Archivematica 1.7 included user interface translation support (see PR #506). This work covered a large majority of the user interface but did not include the text describing jobs executed as part of the microservices. Those text descriptions are held in the application database making it difficult to maintain multiple translations.
This change will move these text descriptions out of the database into json files. This will make it much easier to add new translations and maintain them over time.
Please note that while we transition to a new platform for translation we are currently not accepting any newly translated strings for Archivematica. For more info please see: https://groups.google.com/d/msg/archivematica/6qMM1KJbWp8/LuPO_VqyEAAJ
This enhancement is described by artefactual/archivematica: Issue #1101
List bugfixes with a link to the Github issue.
- Bugfix 1: link
- Bugfix 2: link. Sponsored by someone!
- Bugfix 3: link
Upgraded tools and dependencies
- Elasticsearch has been upgraded from version 1.x to version 6.x. This should improve performance and ease security concerns with the previous version of Elasticsearch. If you are upgrading Archivematica from a previous version, please be sure to follow the upgrade instructions [link].