What's New in Oxygen Content Fusion 1.2

May 23, 2019

The release of Version 1.2 of Oxygen Content Fusion adds various new features and improvements to the innovative collaboration tool for any XML documentation review process. Oxygen Content Fusion has a connector add-on that comes bundled with Oxygen XML Author and Oxygen XML Editor. To fully take advantage of all of the benefits and features, your organization will need an Oxygen Content Fusion Enterprise Server. For more information, see the Content Fusion website.

Some examples of improvements added in this version include the possibility of deploying the Content Fusion Enterprise Server on Red Hat or CentOS, the ability to specify a custom email address as the sender for notification emails, improvements to the file locking mechanism, reviewers can now open and edit content referenced by DITA conrefs or conkeyrefs, and various improvements to the built-in editor.

Content Fusion

Control Sender Address for Email Notifications

The Mail tab in the Content Fusion Enterprise Administration page now contains an option to specify a custom email address that will be listed as the sender when notification emails are sent by Content Fusion to users.

Enterprise Server Can be Deployed on Red Hat Enterprise Linux

The Enterprise server installer has been enhanced so that it can be deployed on Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) 7 or CentOS 7. For more details, see Deploying Content Fusion Enterprise on Ubuntu, RHEL, CentOS.

Improvements to the File Locking Mechanism

It is now easier to resume editing after the user remains idle for too long, as long as the file does not become locked by another user.

Built-in Editor Updated to Latest Version

The built-in editor (Oxygen XML Web Author) was updated to the latest version to include all the improvements and new features up to and including Web Author version 21.1.

Reviewers Can Open and Edit Content Referenced by DITA Conrefs or Conkeyrefs

For DITA documents that contain content references (or content key references), the reviewer can now choose to open the source document in editing mode so that they can make or propose changes in the source content.