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Is there a specific feature you're looking for, or is this just a general upgrade planning question?
I am interested Specific feature.
When the expected Oracle Beehive version 2.1? .
We're working on the release schedule for Beehive 2.1 now. Other than to say that it will be coming out this calendar year (sometime in the next few months), I can't give you anything more specific just yet. Once the dates have been settled on, we'll begin to share those plans with the field.
And when coming the Beehive 2.0.5 ?
Do you mean 18.104.22.168 (i.e 2.0 patchset 5)?
It should be released this month. It is very close to being ready.
will this new version (22.214.171.124 )support windows 64 bit system and outlook 2010, or will we have to wait for 2.1?
For outlook 2010 support and 64 bit support you will need to wait for 2.1 which is schedule dot be released this summer
126.96.36.199 has been released.
188.8.131.52 patch number is 10160421
(PATCHSET 5 ON TOP OF BEEHIVE 184.108.40.206.0)
Do we have any dates for 2.1 release yet?
Any news about release date for 2.1?
Can anybody tell us any news about Beehive 220.127.116.11 and 2.1?
Thanks in advance
it all looks as if there will be no 2.1 release. That's really a
great pity, as 2.1 was so close to being released and had
numerous enhancements already implemented. So we probably will
not see such important enhancement requests implemented as
ER 8688053: IMAP ACCESS TO TEAM WORKSPACES (fixed in 2.1)
ER 9100008: CARDDAV IMPLEMENTATION (fixed in 2.1)
In my eyes, Oracle is throwing away an immense investment in
developers work already done for 2.1. If they only could decide
to think twice about this: probably some Oracle-internal dev
funding would let the story go on? With beehive currently being
the heart of Oracle's internal messaging, this should not be a
difficult decision to make!
I am sorry for my poor English.
Our company as Oracle partner recently signed a contract with the customer on delivery and implementation of Oracle Beehive solutions. Currently, work is underway.
1. Can someone from Oracle to officially confirm or deny written above?
2. What we advise Oracle?
Oracle in the third time lost or screwed up in the solution in the areas of Collaboration, so to understand?
Edited by: Dima on 16.09.2011 5:57