NoteThis release requires Java 1.8 and above.

Release Date: April 28, 2017

This is not a full release of the OpenMRS Platform, and it will not get Long Term support. It is intended for production use, but only if you are a developer who wants to always use a cutting-edge release of openmrs-core.

 

What's New

OpenMRS Core 2.1.0 includes many interesting features:

This is the first non-LTS release of OpenMRS Core. Read more about that here (TODO).

Thanks to the 49 developers whose code was included in this release: Adam Grzybkowski, Angello Astorga martin, Bharat Akkinepalli, Bo Brinkman, Collin Grimm, Daniel Kayiwa, Darius Jazayeri, Dengfeng Li, Dimitri Renault, Dominik Schwarz, Gautam Sidtharth N, harisu fanyui, Howard Francis, Ira Lauer, Ivange Larry, Ivo Ulrich, Jai Tatia, James Mitchell, Jessica Ern, Karrtik Iyer, Leszek Kukiełka, Maciej Januchowski, Manuela Lidia Grindei, Michael Hofer, Michal Slawinski, Mukesh Mukesh, Paweł Gutkowski, Piyush Kundnani, Prabodh Kotasthane, pralay ramteke, Pratik Patel, Preethi S, Rafal Korytkowski, Rahul Ruikar, Reuben Varghese, Sam Shuster, Sanatt Abrol, shravan ramamuthy, shruthi pitta, sravanthi naraharisetti, Stephen Senkomago Musoke, Suman Maity, Sumant Sabada, tadeo taremwa, tendo kiiza Martyn, Venkata Jaswanth U, Vishnu Mechineni, Wolf Schlegel, and Yusuf Karim.

Database Changes

New Features

Bug Fixes

Other

Download

Download OpenMRS Core 2.1.0.

See the source code at this tag on GitHub.

Bundled Modules

This is a developer-only release, so it does not include any bundled modules.