New Releases of 3 of the Nonprofit Starter Pack packages

03/19/2010

Here is a message I received from Steve Anderson (Salesforce Foundation) – good job Steve!
I’m happy to announce new releases of 3 of the Nonprofit Starter Pack packages—Contacts and Organizations, Households, and Recurring Donations.

I recommend installing these packages as they each include bug fixes.
They also include some nice new features:
  • Upgrading is easier
  • Replaced S-Controls in favor of VisualForce
  • Automatic Household Contact roles on Opportunities
  • Campaigns in Recurring Donations
  • Better handling of translations

You can see all the issues that I worked on for this release.
And here are the release details:

Contacts and Organizations

Bug Fixes
  • Marking Contact as Private doesn’t blank out Account (Issue 122)
  • Contacts can be inserted into an existing One to One Account (Issue 132)
  • Standard Accounts don’t work in Contact Merge (Issue 139)
  • Upgrading package requires renaming the Individual Account (Issue 141)
  • Changing Contact data renames non-one-to-one Account (Issue 142)
  • Lead Conversion errors when Lead has no first name (Issue 150)
  • One to one Account can be deleted if it contains Contacts (Issue 165)
  • Outlook Sync doesn’t work with standard NPSP Contact page layout (Issue 83)

New Features
  • VisualForce page for Contact Donation History (Issue 155)

Households

Bug Fixes
  • None

New Features
  • VisualForce for Household Donation History (Issue 156)
  • Contact Roles for Household Members on Opp creation (Issue 151) Docs.

Recurring Donations

Bug Fixes
  • Translation breaks Recurring Donations (Issue 120, Issue 140)

New Features
  • Ability to relate Recurring Donations to Campaigns (Issue 94)

If you are interested in upgrading your packages, please check out the wiki.
Thanks,
Steve

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