Version 2020.2.371 (2.76.0)

Released September 21, 2020

⚠️ Breaking changes!

With this release of Lime CRM the add-ons Infotiles, Newsletter, GDPR and Lime Event are no longer included in the base installer. To (keep) use(ing) these add-ons they should be added to your solution as requirements.

✨ Highlighted Features

Lime CRM can be configured to store documents on disk instead of in the database. Shout out to Tommy Hallman Lindh for implementing this feature!

Support for AzureAD while logging into the Web Client. This will enable customers to use security and convenience features such as single sign-on, multi-factor authentication, and enforced password policies.

A brand new version of Lime Admin, providing a visual UI for configuring the web client and add-ons. When creating add-ons to Lime CRM, you can automagically get a custom UI for the add-on to simplify configuration.

Many minor UI improvements in the Web Client; to provide a simpler and easier to use interface:

  • Related view is now wider and pops out to make it easier to know where you are in the web client.
  • The table view is now adjusting to screen size in a much better way, making it easier to grasp the information shown. The rows are also tighter to get a better overview of the data shown in the table.
  • The activity feed has been redesigned to include soft borders, more highlighted headings and improved relation pickers.

When configuring Lime CRM we have so far had to pick between either lime-config or lime-data based config. lime-config is file based and server instance unique; perfect for server configuration such as ports, timeouts etc. lime-data powers Lime Admin and is stored in the database. Albeit convenient it comes with some trade offs; secrets such as API-keys or passwords are best kept out of the database and URLs for integrations can become problematic when for example restoring a production database to a test environment.

With Lime 2020.2 we are expanding lime-config to include application level configuration. One can now configure unique configurations for each app running on a Lime Server. This is perfect for API-keys, Passwords or URLs. Full documentation can be found here.

A completely new layout of the object card in the Web Client behind a feature switch. The new design includes the following:

  • Related information is now presented in tabs
  • The tabs have counters indicating the number of items in them
  • You now have the possibility to create custom tabs to meet specific customer needs (on-premise only until we have isolated apps)
  • There are now three different slots where customized widget/actions can be reached (on-premise only until we have isolated apps)
  • The visual design is more minimalistic and cleaner and
  • The overall usability is improved

A Redis caching backend can now be configured and The Lime CRM data structure is cached. We have seen speed improvements between 3x-10x for common read operations in the Desktop Client. Read more here

🔨 Highlighted Improvements and Bug fixes

  • Improvements to Object Access. Several bugs where to few objects where returned has been fixed
  • Makes the task-handler debuggable in VSCode
  • The API documentation now supports having a colon in a fields local name.
  • The API documentation can now be used while developing, served over http
  • The search indexer no longer crashes while indexing fields with over 10000 characters, instead these fields are ignored
  • BeginsWithOperator now works with Lime Objects,
  • You can use much larger DSL while writing tests
  • Search in option queries now handle capital letters
  • The table view is now updated when updating an object not part of the current filter
  • Editing an existing history note will no longer update the date for when the history note was originally created
  • User is now returned to previous page after logging in again
  • Last modified: 3 years ago
  • by Tommy Lindh