Last modified by Marius Dumitru Florea on 2019/06/24

From version 4.1
edited by Thomas Mortagne
on 2019/06/03
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To version 6.1
edited by slauriere
on 2019/06/06
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66 66  == Issues specific to XWiki 11.5RC1 ==
67 67  
68 -=== XWiki now require JDBC 4.2 ===
68 +=== XWiki now requires JDBC 4.2 ===
69 69  
70 70  In practice it just means you need to make sure the database connector you are using is not too old (JDBC 4.2 came with Java 8 so you should be fine if you downloaded the connector in recent years).
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74 74  Hibernate has (finally) been upgraded to the very last version. While it means you will benefit from bugfix/improvement/new features it's also a huge jump (previous version was close to 10 years old) and you will probably have issues if you are directly manipulating Hibernate APIs or some library expecting a much older version of Hibernate. You can find the details on https://github.com/hibernate/hibernate-orm/wiki/Migration-Guides but here is an extract from XWiki point of view:
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76 -* HQL '?' based wildcard are not supported anymore at all by Hibernate. We added an automatic converter (to '?1' JPQL style) which seems to work well but it might not be perfect and it's producing a deprecating warning log
77 -* You might need to update your hibernate.cfg.xml file
78 -* various Hibernate classes have been removed or move to different packages
79 -* various Hibernate methods removed from the API or not having eny effect anymore even if still here and deprecated
76 +* HQL '##?##'-based wildcards are not supported anymore at all by Hibernate. We added an automatic converter (to '##?1##' JPQL style) which seems to work well but it might not be perfect and it's producing a deprecating warning log
77 +* You might need to update your ##hibernate.cfg.xml## file
78 +* Various Hibernate classes have been removed or moved to different Java packages
79 +* Various Hibernate methods have been removed from the APIs or not having any effect anymore even if still here and deprecated
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81 +=== HTML head extension point identifier update ===
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83 +The identifier of the HTML head extension point allowing to inject HTML in the pages ##head## tag has been updated from ##org.xwiki.platform.head## to ##org.xwiki.platform.html.head##.
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81 81  == API Breakages ==
82 82  
83 83  The following APIs were modified since <project> <version - 1>:

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