Today we release Deskzilla 3.0.1, a patch that fixes a few bugs discovered in version 3.0, and brings a couple of improvements too.
Our customers have reported that Deskzilla 3.0 could stall or crash when running certain very complex queries, which worked fine with Deskzilla 2.1. Another report was that two keyword queries joined with AND would incorrectly return an empty result. Both issues have been fixed.
The blocks/depends hierarchy in the bug table did not display relationships for bugs that had multiple "parents." We've changed it so that such a bug would appear several times in the table, once under each of its parent bugs (see the screenshot). This makes the hierarchical view more reliable.
Good news for Deskzilla Lite users: with this release we're bumping up the Lite limit to 2,000 bugs. If you have a disabled Bugzilla connection with over 1,000 bugs, it will be functional again in Deskzilla Lite 3.0.1.
Please read carefully! The procedure below applies to Deskzilla 3.0 users. If you upgrade from Deskzilla 2.1 or earlier, please read the instructions here.
Upgrade is recommended to all users. To upgrade from Deskzilla 3.0:
This version may be used in a free 30-day trial mode or with any Deskzilla license key with active maintenance subscription. Deskzilla Lite may be used freely with any Bugzilla server having up to 2,000 bugs in the projects accessed from Deskzilla, or with a Bugzilla server that hosts a sponsored open-source project.
ALM Works Team