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    dmoran Guest

    Exclamation BI Suite 4.1 stable posted to SourceForge

    Stable Builds of BI Server, PRD and suite clients 4.1 have been published on SourceForge.net and are available for download.

    Please try them out, report bugs and give feedback.

    Note: The version numbers for the individual applications that make up the BI Suite 4.1 have not been synchronized to 4.1 for this release. Sorry for any confusion. I have been assured by our build guy that this was unavoidable and not a belligerent act meant to frustrate people.



    Stable builds represent the final stage of development for a Community Edition (CE) release. The term stable refers to a version of software that has been through enough community testing to reasonably assume there are no showstopper problems, or at least that any problems are known and documented. If you are going to put a CE release into production, you will want to use a stable build.

    CE builds are not supported by Pentaho. If you require support or enterprise features, Pentaho Enterprise Edition (EE) may be the right chioce for you. EE evaluation software may be downloaded from http://www.pentaho.com/download. Pentaho Enterprise Editions extend Pentaho's open source business intelligence (BI) capabilities with additional software and support designed to save your organization time and resources.

    FYI - Also posted:
    Pentaho Data Integration 4.2.1 Stable:
    https://forums.pentaho.com/showthread.php?p=265165

    Pentaho Reporting engine and SDK 3.8.3 Stable:
    https://forums.pentaho.com/showthread.php?p=265131

    Pentaho Analysis 3.3 - Mondrian, Schema Workbench and Agg Designer:
    https://forums.pentaho.com/showthread.php?p=265176

    Weka 3.6.6 and 3.7.5:
    https://forums.pentaho.com/showthread.php?p=265033

    Doug
    Last edited by dmoran; 11-02-2011 at 11:58 AM.

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    Hello.

    Where I can see, what's modules included in this version BI?
    (Change Log or listing all function)

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    dmoran Guest

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    The release notes link should have all the JIRA cases worked for this release

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    Exclamation Does the BI Suite 4.1 stable release work in linux?

    Hi thanks for the new release. Could I please know if I still have to install eclipse separately and then download the pentaho plugins from http://www.pentaho.com/download/? I could not find the plugins so the assumption is that the Does the BI Suite 4.1 stable release also works for ubuntu and I will not have to install eclipse. Also please confirm the download link is the same: http://tenet.dl.sourceforge.net/proj...ntaho/Business Intelligence Server/3.10.0-stable/biserver-ce-3.10.0-stable.zip

    Thanks
    Rumbi
    Last edited by Rumbi; 01-27-2012 at 02:34 AM.

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    Cool Interesting tutorials

    Quote Originally Posted by Rumbi View Post
    Hi thanks for the new release. Could I please know if I still have to install eclipse separately and then download the pentaho plugins from http://www.pentaho.com/download/? I could not find the plugins so the assumption is that the Does the BI Suite 4.1 stable release also works for ubuntu and I will not have to install eclipse. Also please confirm the download link is the same:

    Thanks
    Rumbi
    This is the download link: http://tenet.dl.sourceforge.net/proj...0.0-stable.zip

    Tutorials:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qK_yXXGTexQ

    http://interestingittips.wordpress.c...ubuntu-part-1/
    http://minitoolkit.net/pentaho/insta...ho_ubuntu.html

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    Please try them out, report bugs and give feedback.
    Is there a FAQ or a guide on how to report bugs?

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    Stable builds represent the final stage of development for a Community Edition (CE) release. The term stable refers to a version of software that has been through enough community testing to reasonably assume there are no showstopper problems, or at least that any problems are known and documented. If you are going to put a CE release into production, you will want to use a stable build.

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    The term stable refers to a version of software that has been through enough community testing to reasonably assume there are no showstopper problems, or at least that any problems are known and documented. If you are going to put a CE release into production, you will want to use a stable build.

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