Acrolinx Batch Checker Version 2.9 (3 December 2015)
This release contains a few minor changes. To find out how to use this new version, see our article on getting started with the Batch Checker .
We've added support for servers that use the newest security protocols
The Batch Checker now works with Acrolinx servers where both external and internal communcation is secured over HTTPS.
We now deliver the Batch Checker as a JAR file that you can run on different operating systems
By delivering the Batch Checker as a JAR file, we've made it easier for you to run it on non-Windows operating systems such as Mac OS X. You don't have to install anything, you just run it from your file system from the command line. However, you'll need to know the correct command so we've documented it here .
Information on Updating
We no longer package Java with the Batch Checker installer
We no longer bundle the Java Runtime Engine (JRE) with the Acrolinx Batch Checker. To use the Batch Checker, you must have a supported Java edition and version installed.
We now support Java 7 and have dropped support for older versions
The Batch Checker now works with Java version 7. Earlier versions such as Java 6 are no longer supported.