Nexus 4.06 is available for download. You can upgrade directly to version 4.06 from any release 3.60 or higher. If you are not at version 3.6 you can download it from the Download/Product Archives/Nexus area of www.mybcdsoftware.com, and then upgrade from there to the current version.
This version includes the following fixes and improvements:
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Nexus 4.04 is available for download (released August 13, 2012). You can upgrade directly to version 4.04 from any release 3.60 or higher. If you are not at version 3.6 it can be downloaded from the Download/Product Archives at www.mybcdsoftware.com.
The following enhancements are included:
Introduced a new and improved embedded HTML editor (TinyMCE) for ECM documents and Skin headers.
New Portlet icons.
Ability to disable editing for custom skins.
Manage ECM Default Content option has been removed in consideration of the new HTML editor.
Nexus 4.04 requires a minumum OS/400 release of V5R4.
Please give us a call if you have any questions about Nexus 4.04!
Nexus Portal 4.0 has been available to new users for a couple of months and was recently made available to existing users to upgrade their Nexus sites. Nexus 4.0 does require a new license key which is explained in step 3 of the upgrade instructions. Here is the list of the key new features:
LDAP Support: End users can now use the same profile to log in to Nexus as they do to log in to other LDAP supported resources. Site administrators of organizations who use LDAP no longer need to manage separate LDAP and Nexus profiles.
Improved Cross Browser Support: The end user interface of Nexus has been supported in Internet Explorer, Firefox and Chrome for a while. In Nexus 4.0 the site administration interface is also supported.
Password Expiry Warning and Updating: Users now have the ability to change their IBM i user profile passwords from the Nexus login screen. Nexus administrators can control the number of days in advance to start displaying the password expiration warning message.
Improved Password Encryption: Password security is improved with better encryption handling. You can now also set the encryption seed for generating Nexus passwords.
Improved Installation Process: You can now specify a new library name during the installation which makes it easier to have multiple Nexus installations.