Happy New Year 2020
The Websydian team wishes all our customers and partners a Happy New Year.
January 2nd, 2020
New release available for download
We are happy to announce the release of WebsydianExpress v4.3 and Websydian v7.3.Below is a list of
noteworthy changes in this release:
- Support for Plex v7.2.1
- Security improvements
- Rewritten WebsydianExpress session management to meet the challenges of the modern internet.
- Improved algorithms used for storing passwords and protecting values on pages that are not to be
- Performance improvements
- Caching of templates in WebsydianExpress for Java
- Major improvements to TransacXML for Java
- Removed obsolete database I/O on each request
For a complete list of changes visit our What is new sections at https://www.websydian.com/doc
packages are available for existing customers in our download section at www.websydian.com. Remember to
login in order to gain access.
March 26, 2017
Browser-based applications with CA 2E using WebsydianExpress
If you would like to make browser-based applications with your CA 2E applications, WebsydianExpress for 2E
could be the tool you are looking for.
See this video of our webcast in June and get inspirede. Note that it starts at 9:30 into the
Get inspired for web with CA 2E using WebsydianExpress.
July 7, 2016
Websydian 7.3 and WebsydianExpress 4.3 to support CA Plex 7.2.1
We are putting the final touches to the next release of Websydian. Websydian 7.3 and WebsydianExpress
Below is a list of the stuff we are working on. We cannot guarantee though that all of it will be included
in 7.3 and 4.3:
- Mail from WebsydianExpress
- Updated security with HMAC SHA 256 signature algorithm
- Improved user management with new password and login handling
- prevent simultaneous login
- improved handling of logins without roles
- session id by cookie
- Surrogate logging removed
- Improved message log
- Improved load time for left menu
- Improved template parsing and generation
- Additional options for adding Plex configuration information to the Websydian template generator
- Bug fixes
We had originally planned to move to CA Plex 7.1 from this version. But we have decided to wait till we get
more benefits from an upgrade.
It means that you can still use the newest features in Websydian 7.3 and WebsydianExpress 4.3 if you are on
CA Plex 6.1.
As always we ensure that the latest version of the Websydian tools are compliant with the latest version of
new in WebsydianExpress
new in Websydian TransacXML
July 7, 2016
Websydian 6.6 retirement 2>
We are retiring Websydian 6.6 at the end of May 2016.
We will still support applications running on 6.6 for the next 12 months. After that we cannot ensure that
new, improved or changed functionality will be backwards compliant.
Should you need assistance to update your application, please let us know at email@example.com.
March 17, 2016
New release GA January 7
We are happy to announce that Websydian 7.2 and WebsydianExpress 4.2 have been released January 7. You can
see detailed descriptions of all the new features and functionality in What's new on the Websydian
documentation site. Please use the links below.
Some of the new functionality you may want to take a closer look at:
In Websydian TransacXML:
- Support for schema types
- Support for SOAP 1.2
- Reworked, comprehensive and coherent tutorial including schema types
- Upgrade to Ext JS 6
- Mail API's
- Http client API's for IBM i
The new release requires Java 7.
In order to upgrade to this version and benefit from the new functionality you must run at least IBM i V7R1.
The release is compliant with CA Plex v7.2.
What's new in WebsydianExpress 4.2
in Websydian TransacXML 7.2
January 7, 2016
Change in Websydian platform2>
From this release (7.2 & 4.2) and onwards we will focus on the platforms Java and IBM i.
However, we will not abandon the Windows platform. For current users on Windows we will still deliver
upgrades to keep existing functionality working, but it will not be possible to install new Windows versions
from scratch. New developments on the Windows platform will only be to ensure existing functionality.
If this poses a challenge for you, please let us know, and we can discuss how we might assist you.
January 7, 2016
Supported versions of Internet Explorer2>
As of January 12 Microsoft discontinues the support for all versions of IE before IE 11. This means that
potential security and functionality breaches in earlier versions of IE will not be patched in the future.
Therefore we will not support versions of IE earlier than IE 11, and we do not recommend you use earlier
January 7, 2016
Cumulative PTF - September 2015
New release GA May 28
Websydian v7.1 and WebsydianExpress v4.1 have been released. The new release is ready for download and
- New string functions and API's
- New Ext JS patterns including Wizard pattern
- Improved error handling and reporting
- Role based authorization for web services provided with WebsydianExpress
- Allow Basic authentication for authorized web services
- New web service XMLService handler for login and obtaining a JSON Web Token
- And much more
Se our documentation for details on what's new:
What's new in WE 4.1.
What's new in WSY 7.1
May 28, 2015
Have a drink on us...
We planned the current Websydian release to be GA at the 7th CA Plex/2E conference. It's difficult to
plan software releases precisely because there is always something unforeseen. Nevertheless, we did it.
The release is ready.
We were looking forward to celebrating our new release with you. But we can't. What we hadn't foreseen was
the change of conference dates, and as we have other obligations on the conference dates, we will not be
Even though we are not there we wish you an excellent conference. We are sponsoring a small cocktail event
Monday June 1 at the conference venue so there's still an opportunity to celebrate. The conference
committee has promised us that they will take good care of you on our behalf. And we know they will. See details about the
cocktail event on the conference web site.
And remember there's still time to sign up for the conference.
May 28, 2015
Here's a quick way to eliminate the learning curve
Whether you want to create model-based web applications but don't know where to start, or you have started
but are stuck, we will be happy to assist you.
We provide development services according to agile principles. That gives you control of both process and
product. In our experience the awareness of what you need grows with the
progress of the development work. With an agile approach you can change direction and scope accordingly.
That way you get what you actually need, not what you thought you needed before
the development work started. To know more about Websydian Development Services give us a call: +45 39 66 02
00, ask for Anne-Marie.
February 5, 2015
CA Plex/2E customer event in Milan, Italy, March 11, 2015
We are happy to announce that AXSOS and Mondo Software have invited us to take part in the CA Plex and CA
2E Customer event in Milan. The event will take place at the CA office
in Basiglio, Milano. It will be a day of inspiration and knowledge sharing. We will take a look at the
latest in CA Plex and CA 2E, customer successes and real-life, modernized, dynamic,
responsive applications, mobile sites and apps with CA Plex.
Get inspiration for new presentations and new functionality on new platforms for your Plex applications.
Hear examples of how Plex developers have created valuable solutions to a number of
challenges; from 5250 to RIA web, from idea to full, complex running application in four months, from
tabletop paper solution to mobile app. Also hear about the process from assisted start to
independent development. This session is meant to inspire - not provide complex technical accounts.
The event will be in Italian and English. For more information and to register Register for the Milan event at AXSOS' website
February 5, 2015
How may we serve you?
Unfortunately, we are not able to attend the Plex/2E conference in Austin because of the change of the
conference dates. Still, we want to support the Plex/2E community.
We have some ideas ourselves as to how we might do that but we want to hear what you would prefer us to do.
So send us your ideas and let's see what we can do: firstname.lastname@example.org
February 9, 2015