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edited by Marius Dumitru Florea
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edited by Vincent Massol
on 2013/09/12
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5 5  This is the release notes for [[XWiki Commons>>http://commons.xwiki.org]], [[XWiki Rendering>>http://rendering.xwiki.org]], [[XWiki Platform>>http://platform.xwiki.org]] and [[XWiki Enterprise>>http://enterprise.xwiki.org]]. They share the same release notes as they are released together and have the same version.
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7 7  {{warning}}
8 -**The support of XWiki Enterprise Manager is stopped**. XWiki Enterprise now comes with the ability to create subwikis, see below.
8 +**The support of XWiki Enterprise Manager is stopped**. XWiki now comes with the ability to create subwikis by default, see below.
9 9  {{/warning}}
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11 11  <insert description of release here>
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38 38  
39 39  === XWiki Top Menu ===
40 40  
41 -A new top menu has appeared, near the "profile" menu. It provides a link to the main wiki and to the Wiki Directory (which used to be the "Workspace Directory" - the list of all created wikis except the main one).
41 +A new top menu has appeared, near the "Profile" menu. It provides a link to the main wiki and to the Wiki Directory (which used to be the "Workspace Directory" - the list of all created wikis except the main one).
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43 43  It is only available when more than one wiki is created, to prevent the user who only want a single wiki to have too much elements in the UI.
44 44  
45 45  {{image reference="new-xwiki-menu.png"/}}
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47 +{{warning}}The position of the new menu is still under discussion and may change in XWiki 5.2 final.{{/warning}}
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47 47  == Solr-based search suggest ==
48 48  
49 49  Starting with this version the [[search suggest>>doc:extensions:Extension.Search Application||anchor="HSearchSuggest"]] feature takes into account the configured search engine. To achieve this we added a new property to ##SearchSuggestSourceClass## that specifies the search engine used by the source. We also created a search suggest service based on Solr and we added search suggest sources that mimic the behaviour of the existing Lucene-based sources. As a result, the search suggest feature is now using Solr by default (as Solr is the default search engine starting with 5.1).

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