Jira 2.5.2 is released today in both Professional and Enterprise editions.
h2. Improvements and Fixes
* Bulk edit – Fixed problems with “Bulk Edit” updating custom fields incorrectly
* Upgrade error – Improved Upgrade Task to avoid “non default statuses” error
* Missing context paths – Fixed links that where missing context paths causing 404 errors
* Internationalisation – Added missing keys and translated extra parts of Jira
* Mail Queue – Made mail queue more robust
* Issue Navigator XML – Updated the RSS feed to contain empty fields including Due Date
* Add Portlet UI – Updated UI to make it easier to understand
* Email Enhancements – Added extra links to comment and worklog emails
* Improved Bugzilla import – now imports attachments, logs progress
* Many other fixes and improvements.
See the full list of changes “online”:http://jira.atlassian.com/secure/BrowseProject.jspa?id=10240&report=changelog
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h2. Availability
Take a tour, try Jira online or download an evaluation to use in your organisation – just “try Jira today”:http://www.atlassian.com/software/jira/try!
h2. Purchasing
With the introduction of an Enterprise edition, the licensing and pricing for Jira has been updated – you can read all the detail on our “licensing page”:http://www.atlassian.com/software/jira/pricing.jsp.
As always, all commercial licenses include the full source and 12 months of free upgrades, so a license is future-proof! Thank you to all our users who have purchased Jira recently – your continued support means a lot to us.
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Jira 2.5.2 Released