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Episerver - update 89

Update 89 includes the release of Find 11, a beta release of the new Forms feature, and EPiServer.CMS.Core 9.3.2 and EPiServer.CMS.UI 9.3.1 with several bug fixes.

The update applies to Episerver projects version 7.5 and higher, and contains finalized work items included in the latest iteration. Continuous release updates are cumulative to include previous updates. Episerver supports all platform updates and strongly recommends that you keep ongoing projects up-to-date. You can install the update from the Episerver NuGet feed

Note: In some upgrade scenarios, you might experience issues with the dependency chains due to issues with NuGet. This mostly affects Commerce and Find, but also might occur when updating CMS. The workaround usually is to update the packages one-by-one. The issue was fixed in NuGet but requires Visual Studio 2015. See Issues with NuGet package updates.

Latest changes

Click a package in the list below to see work item details.

Updated main packages

Episerver CMS Core

Episerver Find

  • EPiServer.Find.

    Nested queries in Episerver Find let you query a parent object and filter it on a child collection marked as "nested". This is particularly useful for instance in solutions with Episerver Commerce and Find, to
    manage search queries in large catalog structures.

  • See also: Breaking changes in Find 11

Episerver Add-ons

  • EPiServer.Forms

    The new block-based Episerver forms are a BETA feature in on-going development. For end user information, see Episerver Forms [BETA] in the Episerver User Guide. For developer information, see Episerver forms on Episerver World.

  • After you install the Episerver forms NuGet package, the basic steps to create a form are:

    1. From an Asset pane folder's context menu, select New Form and give the form container a name, such as Survey, or Job application.
    2. Drag form elements into the form container.
    3. Modify and publish each element in the form container.
    4. When all elements are published and the form is ready, publish it. It is ready to use on a page (like any other block).
    5. Drag the published form block onto a page and publish the page. The form appears on the page ready for input.

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Last updated: Nov 16, 2015