updated 02:50 pm EDT, Tue May 20, 2014
Makes Messages Server more stable
Apple has posted a minor update of OS X Server, v3.1.2. The patch deals with several sub-components, including Calendar Server, which has received unspecified improvements to import, invite, and group scheduling functions. Messages Server should be more stable while chat rooms are in use.
Remaining changes deal mostly with Profile Manager. Apple has fixed bugs with deploying profiles containing variables when code signing is turned on, and managing Device Enrollment Program systems using long descriptive names. Reliability has been improved when sending Volume Purchase Program invitations.
Lastly, Apple has eliminated a Ruby security hole that could allow hackers to exploit Float objects. OS X Server is a $20 download; the v3.1.2 release requires OS X 10.9.3 or later.