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The first major XNAT version in a year has been released, and it contains many performance and security updates as well as support for a new method of downloading data via the XNAT Desktop Client. You can download it now at download.xnat.org. Issues addressed in the 22.214.171.124 release can be found in the XNAT 126.96.36.199 Release Notes.
Already have XNAT 1.7 and need to upgrade? See our documentation on upgrading from XNAT 1.7.0 to newer versions. For 1.7.x to 188.8.131.52 upgrades, the process is as simple as replacing your 1.7 war file with the new 184.108.40.206 war file.
Have XNAT 1.6.5 or earlier and want to upgrade? See our documentation on upgrading to XNAT 1.7.x from older versions of XNAT. Need help with this migration process? Feel free to email us, or post to the XNAT Discussion Group.
After "Java-geddon" came and all major browsers ended support for the embedded image session upload and download Java applets, the XNAT development team has been working on ways to replace that functionality. The XNAT Desktop Client is now ready to use.
The most exciting new feature of the Desktop Client is its integration with XNAT 220.127.116.11. Users can initiate an image session download in their webapp, and the Desktop Client will immediately open up and handle the download for you. You can also use the Desktop Client for uploading image sessions. We recommend all users of the XNAT Upload Assistant to migrate to the Desktop Client to receive continued support and upgrades.
The XNAT Desktop Client v1.0.40 beta release is now available for Windows, Mac and Linux operating systems.
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