DBDOC Development Versions
These downloads are development versions of DBDOC components. They offer the latest features to upgrade DBDOC to DBDOC 11.4. These versions are not yet fully tested. Requires login.
Read important instructions for updating your DBDOC installation.
Contact us for for passwords and installation help, or for Windows XP, 2000, and NT4 support.
If you encounter any errors with the installer, you can use the instructions below to verify the download is complete and uncorrupted.
Recent bugfixes and feature changes:
- 2023-11-28 02:52:08 UTC
- Branching and cleanup for 11.4 release
- 2023-11-23 13:34:38 UTC
- Ship xlsx2csv as a Python script as well
- 2023-11-23 12:15:30 UTC
- 2023-11-23 02:52:06 UTC
- Some subfolders may not get removed when uninstalling DBDOC
- 2023-11-22 14:08:46 UTC
- Various minor installer fixes, mostly uninstall-related, prompted by 11.4 installation testing
- 2023-11-16 21:10:23 UTC
- Removing an AC800M directory from project does not delete files from DOC directory
- pg_restore.exe does not display sub-process messages?
- Text missing from Review Console Associations Query
- BuildPlus fails to handle changed AC 800M File Selection
- Ensure processing new data for builds with scripted table extraction
- 2023-11-09 20:21:26 UTC
- AC 800M crash on bad variable reference
- Crash in DPK AC 800M Document
- Processing.txt in AC 800M Processing
- 2023-10-25 18:51:55 UTC
- BuildPlus may be looking for pg_restore.exe in the wrong folder on some operating systems
- 2023-10-19 19:56:36 UTC
- Version info in process_doc_files.py
- Static live data is showing up on ac 800m cfg docs
- Renaming project yields incorrect file names
- 2023-10-19 03:14:43 UTC
- Newer pg_restore.exe for newer Postgresql version used by SPE 2.4
- 2023-10-13 01:19:24 UTC
- 32-bit version of pg_restore.exe v15 to support SPE 2.4 on 32-bit OSes
- 2023-10-12 20:39:28 UTC
- Documents rejected by DFP leave empty DOC/* folders
If you wish to verify the integrity of the files after download, you can check the md5sums of the installers.
- From the commandline:
- On Windows XP, you will need to grab Microsoft's File Checksum Utility
- On contemporary versions of Windows, you can just run
certUtil -hashfile InstallerName.exe MD5
- For a GUI program, you can use NirSoft's HashMyFiles, or any other GUI that will give MD5 sums for files.
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