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This page provides a compilation of updates in recently released versions of the Private AgentUpdates to the Private Agent are also identified on individual release pages in Release Notes.

As of July 22, 2020, Private Agent version 10.4 has reached end of life and is no longer supported. We recommend that all users of this (and earlier) versions upgrade to the latest versions as soon as practicable. 

See Jitterbit Harmony Known Issues for detailed information on issues and workarounds.

Private Agent Release Notes


The 10.23 release date is by region:

  • APAC: Scheduled for 19 August 2020 14:00 UTC (7:00 am PDT)

  • EMEA: Scheduled for 20 August 2020 20:00 UTC (1:00 pm PDT)

  • NA: Scheduled for August 24, 2020 5:00 pm PDT (25 August 00:00 UTC)


The 10.22 release date is by region:

  • APAC: Released 29 July 2020

  • EMEA: Released 3 August 2020

  • NA: Released August 4, 2020


  • Fixed an issue with the Agent scheduler service
    In some cases, the PostgreSQL connection closed. The Private Agent then failed and scheduled operations did not run. Errors resulting from this were reported in the log. Now, the agent will attempt to open a new connection to run the scheduled operations.


The 10.21 release date is by region:

  • APAC: Released 8 July 2020

  • EMEA: Released 9 July 2020

  • NA: Released July 13, 2020



The 10.20 release date is by region:

  • APAC: Released 17 June 2020

  • EMEA: Released 18 June 2020

  • NA: Released June 22, 2020


The 10.19 release date is by region:

  • APAC: Released 27 May 2020

  • EMEA: Released 28 May 2020

  • NA: Released June 1, 2020

NOTE: We fixed an issue with private agents where operations using URL encoding in FTP URL filenames were failing and generating errors. Please download version of the 10.19 agent for these changes.


  • Intermittent errors with Linux 64-bit private agents resolved
    With earlier 64-bit Linux private agents, intermittent errors and segmentation faults occurred. Upgrade to a 10.19 private agent to avoid these errors.

  • Files claimed to be missing during a deploy or agent sync can be recovered
    In some cases you may receive an error asserting that files are missing. You may be able to recover these files by redeploying the project.


The 10.18 release date is by region:

  • APAC: Released 06 May 2020

  • EMEA: Released 07 May 2020

  • NA: Released May 11, 2020

NOTE: We fixed an issue with private agents where operations using URL encoding in FTP URL filenames were failing and generating errors. Please download the 10.18 agent again for these changes.

New Features

  • Linux Redhat non-root agent installation available
    Non-root Linux Redhat 32-bit and 64-bit agents are now available from the Management Console Downloads page.
  • New rule to delete result files older than 14 days
    A new rule was added to CleanupRules.xml to delete result files after 14 days in order to conserve disk space.


  • Percent-encoded special characters now allowed in filenames with FTP/SFTP
    You can now use percent-encoding in filenames to represent control and special characters with FTP and SFTP transfers (Cloud Studio) and FTP Site Sources and FTP Site Targets (Design Studio).
  • XML to JSON transformations can be set to ignore errors
    Setting the Jitterbit variable $jitterbit.operation.chunking.warn_on_error to true will ignore an XML to JSON file transformation error where the XML file has an empty chunk.


  • Success operations can be set to run without matching source files
    Operations now honor the checkbox Run Success Operation even if there are no matching source files in the Operation Options dialog box.


The 10.17 release date is by region:

  • APAC: Released 15 April 2020

  • EMEA: Released 16 April 2020

  • NA: Scheduled for release on April 20, 2020 5:00 PDT

This version includes general updates and fixes to improve the agent.


  • APAC: Released 25 March 2020

  • EMEA: Released 26 March 2020

  • NA: Released April 1, 2020


  • PostgreSQL configuration defaults updated
    To resolve stability issues, the PostgreSQL configuration file postgresql.conf for 32-bit Linux agents now sets the default max_connections to 400 instead of 100 when installed for the first time.


  • APAC: Released 4 March 2020

  • EMEA: Released 5 March 2020

  • NA: Released March 9, 2020


  • MSSQL ODBC database sources can now use a parameterized GUID as a key for table joins
    When using Cloud Studio or Design Studio with a Private Agent to join tables using an MSSQL ODBC database source, parameterized GUIDs can now be used as the key between the tables. Previously, the join would cause an error and the operation would fail.


  • APAC: Released 12 February 2020

  • EMEA: Released 13 February 2020

  • NA: Released February 18, 2020


  • PostgreSQL configuration defaults updated
    The PostgreSQL configuration file postgresql.conf for 64-bit agents now sets the default max_connections to 400 (instead of the previous limit of 100). In addition, the default checkpoint_timeout for 32-bit and 64-bit agents is now 1 hour instead of 5 minutes.


  • Windows Server 2019 is now supported
    Windows Server 2019 is now supported for Private Agents.


  • APAC: Released 22 January 2020

  • EMEA: Released 23 January 2020

  • NA: Released January 27, 2020


  • 64-bit Windows Private Agents can now accept gzip-encoded HTTP responses
    When using a 64-bit Windows Private Agent with an HTTP endpoint that is configured to accept gzip-encoded responses, the agent now correctly decompresses the HTTP response. Previously, the operation would fail.


  • APAC: Released 6 January 2020

  • EMEA: Released 7 January 2020

  • NA: Released January 9, 2020

New Features


  • PostgreSQL database driver updated to 9.4
    The PostgreSQL JDBC database driver that is packaged with Private Agents has been upgraded from PostgreSQL JDBC Driver 9.1 to 9.4.


  • Linux Agents processing web services with a SOAP fault now report the correct status
    When using a Linux Private Agent to run a SOAP-based web service operation, the operation status is now correctly reported as a SOAP Fault as applicable. Previously, as of version 10.1 Linux Agents, the operation status for a SOAP fault was incorrectly being reported as an Error status. This issue affected operations using SOAP endpoints in Cloud Studio, and Web Service Method and Workday endpoints in Design Studio.
  • Data syncing errors related to API calls no longer occur
    When running operations that call an API, intermittent 400 errors related to data syncing no longer occur.


  • APAC: Released 11 December 2019
  • EMEA: Released 12 December 2019
  • NA: Released December 16, 2019


  • Salesforce API version 47 is now supported
    The Design Studio Salesforce connector now supports Salesforce API version 47 with the use of a version 10.11 or higher agent and 10.11 or higher version of Design Studio. When opening an existing Design Studio project that uses this connector and meets both of these version requirements, you will be prompted to upgrade to Salesforce API version 47. This upgrade from version 45 includes new objects supported in both versions 46 and 47.


  • FTP/HTTP transfer for large files now works
    When using Cloud Studio or Design Studio to upload a file greater than 2 GB to an FTP or HTTP endpoint, the transfer is now successful. Previously, you may have received an error regarding a libcurl function. The issue was caused by library upgrades in Jitterbit Harmony agent version 8.29 and has been resolved with 10.11 and higher agents.


  • APAC: Released 25 November 2019
  • EMEA: Released 2 December 2019
  • NA: Released December 3, 2019


  • Windows Private Agents now include the 2019 Microsoft Visual C++ Redistributable
    The version of Visual C++ Redistributable for Visual Studio that comes packaged with 32-bit and 64-bit Windows Private Agents has been upgraded from 2015 to 2019.



  • APAC: Released 4 November 2019
  • EMEA: Released 5 November 2019
  • NA: Released November 7, 2019


  • Linux RPM-based Private Agents now require python2
    The Linux Private Agent RPM package dependency for Python has been changed from python to python2.


  • 64-bit Windows agent installation no longer fails
    When installing a 64-bit Windows Private Agent, installation on a machine that already has a version of Visual C++ Redistributable for Visual Studio higher than 2015 is now successful.
  • FormatDate() can now handle milliseconds and a time zone
    When using the Jitterbit function FormatDate(), you can now format source dates provided in the form of YYYYMMDDHHMMSS.SSSZwhere SSS indicates the milliseconds and Z indicates the time zone, which are seen with certain LDAP implementations.


  • APAC: Released 9 October 2019
  • EMEA: Released 10 October 2019
  • NA: Released October 14, 2019

New Features

  • 64-bit Windows and Linux Private Agents
    Windows and Linux Private Agents are now available in a 64-bit version. Note:
    • Existing 32-bit agent versions must be uninstalled prior to upgrading (see instructions for Windows or Linux).
    • Existing PostgreSQL and PostgreSQL driver (psqlODBC or pODBC) installations must be uninstalled.
    • Existing 32-bit ODBC drivers are not supported.
    • Private Agents remain available in a 32-bit version.


  • Global variables used in endpoints are now recognized in JavaScript
    Global variables that are used within endpoint configuration fields in Design Studio or Cloud Studio are now recognized when accessed within a Jitterbit function called from JavaScript. Previously, use of JavaScript Jitterbit functions such as Jitterbit.ReadFile and Jitterbit.WriteFile ignored global variables used in an endpoint configuration.


  • APAC: Released 18 September 2019
  • EMEA: Released 19 September 2019
  • NA: Released September 23, 2019


  • Drain stop now waits for APIs to finish running
    When an agent drain stop is initiated, the agent will now wait 180 seconds for any APIs to finish running before the drain stop is completed. For Private Agents, the wait time can be configured within the file by setting agent.drainstop.api.wait equal to the desired number of seconds.


  • Design Studio JMS Listener now reconnects after interruption
    When using a Design Studio JMS Listen operation, if the connection to the JMS server is interrupted, the agent will try to reconnect to the JMS server every 1 minute, for a maximum of 120 retries. Previously, the listener wouldn't recover after JMS server downtime.


  • APAC: Released 3 September 2019
  • EMEA: Released 4 September 2019
  • NA: Released September 5, 2019

New Features

  • Jitterbit Multipart Pipeline Plugin
    A new plugin is available that allows multiple files to be submitted in a Jitterbit Custom API call, providing support for message bodies with multiple parts (MIME). The new plugin can be installed on Private Agents through the Management Console Customizations > Plugins page.


  • PgBouncer is now included with Linux Private Agents
    PgBouncer, a connection pooling application for PostgreSQL, is now part of the Linux Private Agent installation package and will be configured automatically upon agent installation or upgrade.
  • Updated libraries resolve issues with large file transfers
    The libraries libcurl and libssh2 have been upgraded to the latest versions, resolving issues customers may have experienced with transferring large files, particularly when using AWS SFTP servers.


  • Base64Decode() function is now faster
    The Base64Decode()function now processes large files (multiple MB) more quickly. 


  • Scheduled operations now run as expected
    Operations configured to run on a schedule now run reliably. Previously, the scheduler service on the agent would crash intermittently without recovering, leading to scheduled operations being skipped until the service was restarted. 
  • AWS S3 Create plugin now supports KMS encryption
    An updated version of Jitterbit's AWS S3 Create plugin ( can now be used with S3 buckets using Server-Side Encryption with AWS KMS-Managed Keys (SSE-KMS). Version of the plugin can be installed on Private Agents through the Management Console Customizations > Plugins page.


  • APAC: Released 7 August 2019
  • EMEA: Released 8 August 2019
  • NA: Released August 12, 2019

This version includes general updates and fixes to improve the agent.


  • APAC: Released 17 July 2019
  • EMEA: Released 18 July 2019
  • NA: Released July 22, 2019


  • NetSuite 2019.1 WSDL is now supported
    Support for NetSuite's 2019.1 WSDL is now available for use with Jitterbit's NetSuite connectors. To use the new WSDL, specify its URL during configuration of a Cloud Studio NetSuite connection or Design Studio NetSuite endpoint. Jitterbit continues to be Built for NetSuite (BFN) certified.


  • Excel worksheets named with single quotes are now supported
    Those using a Private Agent with either Cloud Studio or Design Studio can now connect (using an ODBC Excel database driver) to Excel worksheets that contain an apostrophe (a single quote) in the worksheet name. Previously, worksheets named in this manner were not appearing within the table selection screen.

End-of-Life Private Agent Release Notes


  • APAC: Released 26 June 2019
  • EMEA: Released 8 July 2019
  • NA: Released July 10, 2019 


  • Design Studio Siebel queries now support Business Component dynamic activation
    You can now use the Design Studio Siebel Connector with a Private Agent version 10.3 or higher to fetch data from an inactive Business Component field. To do so, a new field called ActiveBCField is now included in the query request schema, which you can use to pass the Business Component field names that need to be active.


  • Installation on Windows no longer fails
    When installing a Windows Private Agent, installation on a machine that already has a version of Visual C++ Redistributable for Visual Studio higher than 2015 is now successful.
  • Escaping characters in pipe-delimited schemas now works
    When configuring a pipe-delimited custom schema in Cloud Studio or Design Studio, the option to convert escape sequences now works as expected. Previously, using this option with such a schema would cause the operation to fail.
  • An erroneous error no longer appears when testing a Cloud Studio connection
    When testing a connection's configuration in Cloud Studio using the Test button, you will no longer see an erroneous error message indicating the connector is being downloaded across agents when the connection was actually successful.
  • Cloud Studio connectors now work on Ubuntu Private Agents
    You can now use certain application-specific Cloud Studio connectors with Ubuntu-based Linux Private Agents. Previously, when testing a connection's configuration using the Test button, an erroneous error message indicating the connector was being downloaded across agents would be displayed indefinitely.


  • APAC: Released 5 June 2019
  • EMEA: Released 6 June 2019
  • NA: Released June 10, 2019


  • SAP RFC multi-layer structures are now supported
    You can now use RFC multi-layer structures (nested tables) with the Design Studio SAP Connector (both ECC and HANA) using an agent version 10.2 or higher. Previously, the structure was displayed in the transformation, but the operation would fail at runtime.


  • APAC: Released 15 May 2019
  • EMEA: Released 16 May 2019
  • NA: Released May 20, 2019

New Features

  • New Cloud Studio connectors
    New Cloud Studio connectors for Evernote, Google Drive, HubSpot, Magento, and SugarCRM are now available to use with agents version 10.1 or higher. The new connectors can be accessed on the right side of the project designer from the design component palette.


  • The Cloud Studio Cherwell connector no longer works with 10.0 agents
    A change made to the Cherwell connector in Cloud Studio means it is no longer compatible with 10.0 agents. If using the Cherwell connector, please upgrade to 10.1 or higher agents.


  • The SendEmail() function now supports multi-byte characters
    The Jitterbit Script function SendEmail() in Cloud Studio or Design Studio can now be used to send emails containing multi-byte characters.


  • EMEA: Released 4 April 2019
  • NA: Released April 8, 2019


  • Fixed an issue with the SAP Connector driver when it is installed for the first time on a Jitterbit Harmony Linux Agent


  • EMEA: Released 7 March 2019
  • NA: Released March 11, 2019


  • LDAP passwords can be set and updated in Jitterbit Script using the LDAP functions.
  • The maximum iterations for JavaScript loops can now be set in the jitterbit.conf file. In the [Settings] section, specify JavaScriptMaxIterations=limit where limit is the maximum number of iterations to be permitted.
  • The Java distribution included in the Jitterbit Harmony Linux Agent has been changed from the Oracle JRE to the AdoptOpenJDK JRE.
  • The Java distribution included in the Jitterbit Harmony Windows Agent has been changed from the Oracle JRE to the AdoptOpenJDK JRE.
  • The PostgreSQL instance bundled in the Windows Private Agent installer has been upgraded to version 9.6.11.


  • Fixed an issue with the architecture of the third-party SAP JCo (Java Connector) library included in the Jitterbit Harmony Linux Agent.
  • Fixed an issue with the installation of the AdoptOpenJDK JRE by the Harmony Windows Agent installer that prevented certain plugins from functioning.
  • An issue with the Jitterbit global variable jitterbit.source.preserve_char_whitespace not being honored when transforming from CSV to JSON or from an Oracle Database to XML has been fixed.
    Setting jitterbit.source.preserve_char_whitespace=true means white space will be preserved and won't be trimmed from the beginning and end of strings in the source.
    The default value for this variable is "false", and white space will be trimmed from the beginning and end of strings in the source. This default value will be used if the variable has not been explicitly set. 
    The default behavior is unchanged from prior releases.


  • EMEA: Released 7 February 2019
  • NA: Released February 11, 2019

NOTE: Issues were identified with the 9.8 release of the Jitterbit Harmony Private Agent. Some integrations that use plugins may have failed when running on version 9.8 private agents. As a result, we pulled the 9.8 release of Jitterbit Harmony Private Agent. All enhancements and fixes are included in the version 9.9 release.


  • EMEA: Released 10 January 2019
  • NA: Released January 14, 2019


  • Boolean types are now supported for OData when using SQL Server, MySQL, or PostgreSQL.

  • SAP fields defined as doubles now work correctly when used in OData APIs.


  • Fixed an issue with retrieval of the NetSuite custom segments to avoid timeout errors while generating or refreshing the schemas.
  • Fixed an issue in the JMS Connector with messages that are missing a JMS destination header.


  • EMEA: Released 12 December 2018
  • NA: Released December 12, 2018


  • Fixed an issue with the parsing of IDoc types. It is now enabled by default and can be disabled in a Private Agent by setting the jitterbit.conf [TransformationEngine] section variable DefaultEntityResolution=false.


  • EMEA: Released 8 November 2018
  • NA: Released November 12, 2018


  • Resolved timeout issues when using JDBC to retrieve a large number of tables.
    Increased the default jitterbit.conf agent timeout values to match the messaging limits. Note: this affects fresh installs only.
  • Fixed an Issue with the input parameter of the CVTDate() script function being set to an empty value.
    The CVTDate() function now successfully converts each input data value to the appropriate date and does not set any input to an empty value.
  • Fixed an issue with retrieval of the NetSuite custom segments to avoid timeout errors while generating or refreshing the schemas.


  • EMEA: Released 4 October 2018
  • NA: Released October 8, 2018

New Features

  • Added support for reading and writing a NetSuite custom segment and its fields.

    NOTE: Accessing NetSuite custom segments requires Design Studio version 9.4 or higher and Private Agents running version 9.4 or higher. Using the NetSuite Connector, create any operation to work with the appropriate object. The custom segment will display within the 'customFieldList' in the transformation. The value for the custom segment will be present in the target upon running the operation.


  • EMEA: Released 6 September 2018
  • NA: Released September 10, 2018

New Features

  • Added support for NetSuite conversion to TBA
    The authentication type of existing NetSuite endpoints can now be changed from single sign-on (SSO) to token-based authentication (TBA), allowing easy switching to TBA without requiring changes to the rest of your project. To configure, first 
    enable TBA in NetSuite, then convert your NetSuite endpoint to use TBA. Design Studio 9.3.1 or higher and Agents 9.2 or higher are required to use this feature.
  • Jitterbit Harmony Docker Agent
    Jitterbit now supports a Jitterbit Linux OS agent that is packaged in a Docker Container. Following the Docker standard approach to container deployment, you can deploy and run the Linux agent anywhere that Docker runs. A new Docker Agent version will be released at the time a new version of the Jitterbit Private agents is released. The Docker Agent is public with available tags and instructions on installing found at


  • Added the SQL Server Microsoft JDBC Driver to the Jitterbit Agent.
    The SQL Server Microsoft JDBC Driver is now included in the private agent (Windows, Linux) as an alternative way to connect to SQL Server. This fixes a known Date type bug in the jTDS Driver.


  • Fixed an issue that created logs referring to [axis] when shutting down a private agent. 
    Added resource handling improvements to Tomcat server for axis web-app shutdown. Private agents now shut down properly without any logs referring to [axis].
  • Fixed an issue where you were unable to create an SAP RFC function.
    SAP Remote Function Call now utilizes the user created functions.
  • Fixed an issue where a field is missing on the actual SAP request, which causes the operation to fail.
    The Agent transformation engine now generates the required XML tag if the element in the schema has 0 occurrences and contains a fixed attribute.


  • EMEA: Released 2 August 2018
  • NA: Released August 6, 2018


  • NetSuite has certified our NetSuite Connector on the NetSuite "Sandbox2.0"
    For additional information on your NetSuite account and "Sandbox2.0" please see

  • Improved running a scheduled operation within an agent group containing more than one agent.
    Improved efficiency for updating the started status for a scheduled operation.
  • Added support in the NetSuite Connector for SerializedAssemblyItem and LotNumberedAssemblyItem while doing a search on AssemblyItem.
    The SerializedaAsemblyItem and LotNumberedAssemblyItem now display in the response transformation of NetSuite Searches activity performed on the AssemblyItem object.


  • Fixed an issue that caused a "Failed to get files" error when syncing files from a FileStore.
    Fixed an issue when the name of a file that is created on a Mac contains characters that are invalid on a Windows machine. This was causing an invalid file to be created on the Windows machine and the invalid file then cannot be used. This in turn caused an error that prevented the Agent from running operations


  • EMEA: Released 5 July 2018
  • NA: Released July 9, 2018

New Features

  • Added support for OData indexof() function. This function is available specifically for SQL Server.

    The indexof() Function is now supported for OData queries when coupled with a SQL Server database.


  • Fixed an issue that caused email messages to fail on Linux (RPM) agents after upgrading to versions 8.29.5 or 8.30.
    Removed a run-time dependency that caused a conflict with the third-party libraries. When running on Linux (RPM) agents, email messages are now sent and received successfully.
  • Fixed an issue where $jitterbit.netsuite.async returns the wrong data when running concurrent NetSuite operations.
    The variable $jitterbit.netsuite.async returns the correct data when running concurrent NetSuite operations.
  • Fixed an issue in which the 9.0 Agent was not handling API-based Archive operations properly.
     When an archive operation uses an API source and API target, it tells the Jitterbit engine that it should have a source and target file even though the source is not used. The process assumed that if the body should take the place of a source file, then the $jitterbit.api.request (plain text body) and $jitterbit.api.request.body.* (URL encoded body) variables would not be needed. This broke the archive operations that rely on the variables but ignore the source. The fix is to require the $jitterbit.api.request and $jitterbit.api.request.body.* variables are always populated, even if they are not needed.
  • Stopping the Tomcat Service can intermittently leave the Agent in an unstable state.
    Improved the Tomcat shutdown process so that the next restart is working properly, and the Agent is stable.
  • OData API queries would return an error indicating the URL is not valid when the queries contained the pound character (#).
    OData APIs now encode the pound character (#) correctly.

  • OData DateTime parameter was not working with "T" in the DateTime timestamp.
    The OData DateTime timestamp now converts properly to a standard datetime when utilizing an OData Entity.
  • Issue with SQL Server database Date type not being recognized correctly as a Date type with the default SQL Server driver.
    Date datatype is now supported when utilizing an OData Entity with a SQL Server database.

  • Global variables were not being passed to JavaScript in 'On Success' and 'On Failure' operations.
    Jitterbit Global Variables are now passed successfully to JavaScript in 'On Success' and 'On Failure' operations.
  • NetSuite objects TransferOrder and InventoryTransfer are not available in NetSuite Search.
    Added support for performing NetSuite Search on the TransferOrder and InventoryTansfer objects only when using Private Agents.


  • EMEA: Released 17 May 2018
  • NA: Released May 20, 2018


  • Added the ability to log 504 timed out API operations.
    API requests that result in a 504 timeout error message can now be tracked to see the actual result of the underlying operation, along with log information.
  • Added the ability to detect target types from the structure of the operation.
    The Agent will now automatically set the 'Content-Type' header for Custom APIs that use JSON or XML response structures.
  • Added an operation monitor to log and correct the status of non-running operations.
    The Agent now has built-in operation monitoring that will correct the status of an operation in certain scenarios.


  • Fixed an exception error from the Agent when the proxy credentials include the '%' character.
    The Agent will not generate an error when using the '%', '&' or '=' characters in proxy credentials.
  • Fixed operation chaining to continue when the DEBUG folder is not copied correctly.
    The operation chain will now continue on through the 'On Success' processing even when the DEBUG folder is not copied correctly.


  • EMEA: Released 12 April 2018
  • NA: Released April 12, 2018

New Features

  • Implemented the ability to perform lookup within JMS Queue. 
    JMS Connector now supports JNDI context lookup for JMS destinations when using Poll, Browse and Publish activities.
  • Added the option to write an FTP source file to a separate archive folder after processing.
    Added 'Use Success Folder' and 'Use Error Folder' under Options for an FTP source file. Configure an FTP source file to be archived in a separate "success" folder after successful processing to the primary target destination(s) or to a separate "error" folder if not successful.
  • Added the option to write a local file target to a separate archive folder after processing.
    Added 'Use Success Folder' and 'Use Error Folder' under Options for a local file target. Configure a local file target to be archived in a separate "success" folder after successful processing to the primary target destination(s) or to a separate "error" folder if not successful.
  • Added the option to write a local file source to a separate archive folder after processing
    Added 'Use Success Folder' and 'Use Error Folder' under Options for a local file source. Configure a local file source to be archived in a separate "success" folder after successful processing to the primary target destination(s) or to a separate "error" folder if not successful.
  • QuickBooks: OAuth 2.0 is now supported.
    The Design Studio QuickBooks connector has been updated to support OAuth 2.0 authentication while remaining backward compatible with OAuth 1.0. QuickBooks OAuth 2.0 authentication is only supported using Private Agents.
  • SAP S4 HANA Connector is now available in Design Studio.
    The SAP S4 HANA Connector is now accessible from Design Studio. You can find the SAP S4 HANA (on-premises) Connector in the Connector tree. The SAP S4 HANA connector is only supported using Private Agents.


  • Fixed the issue where the run time JSON is not parsing properly.
    When creating a JSON transformation that contains nested arrays, the JSON now processes properly.
  • Fixed an issue on Linux where the Drain/Stop feature was not waiting for Log Sync before shutting down.
    Updated Drain/Stop features so that the status shows correctly and the Agents shutdown properly. When doing a drain stop, operations will now complete before the agent turns off. This fix will allow an agent to properly synchronize all operation instances with the Harmony Cloud.
  • Fixed a critical error during temporary directory creation.
    Certain temporary directories and files will now be removed after each operation successfully completes.
  • Fixed an issue causing debug statements to fill up logs.
    Removed a dependency so that the debug statements are working correctly, and excessive logging does not occur.
  • Fixed an issue where an FTP archive target was not copied to the error folder path when using a Linux agent
    When the 'Use Error Folder' option has been set up in an FTP target, the archive file is now successfully created in the error folder path when an archive operation fails to run successfully on a Linux agent.
  • Fixed an issue that was allowing archived files to be overwritten.
    When the 'Use Success Folder' or 'Use Error Folder' option are set up, the success or error archive files are now successfully written to a success folder when the operation is successful or to an error folder when the operation fails. The file names are written with an additional "_x" string appended to them sequentially to prevent overwriting previous files.


  • EMEA: Released 22 February 2018
  • NA: Released February 22, 2018


  • Linux installation has been upgraded to support Ubuntu 16.04
    Linux Private Agent now supports Ubuntu 14.04 and Ubuntu 16.04. Ubuntu 12.04 is no longer supported.
  • Security enhancements: Multiple upgrades
    Multiple updates have been made to improve stability and security of the system.
  • Added a new notification email type when a new Private Agent version is available.
    A new Notification Type, Agent Available, has been added to the WMC Notifications page. The Agent Available notification may be set up to automatically send an email to a specified email address at the time a new Private Agent version is released.


  • Fixed an issue with the DateAdd() function where adding 12 months to any December date returned the incorrect year.
    Using the DateAdd() function to add 12 months to any December date now returns the correct date; returning a date exactly 1 year from the original date.

  • Fixed an issue that causes a dictionary or array to become corrupt when the variable name contains a period and a JavaScript is run.
    When using JavaScript within Jitterbit, JavaScript will no longer process variables that contain a period when the variables are dictionaries or arrays.
  • Fixed an error when running a SQL statement on a PostgreSQL database with an OID higher than int allows.
    A SQL statement will run successfully on a PostgreSQL database when an OID is higher than the integer data type allows.


No changes applicable to Private Agents.


  • Released 14 December 2017


  • Additional special characters are now allowed in the username and password for the Private Agent's proxy.
    Additional special characters ("/", "%" or "&") are now allowed when configuring the username and password for the Private Agent's proxy.


  • Fixed an error that occurred when upgrading a Linux agent to version 8.26.
    The Linux build environment has been re-enabled to support backwards compatibility of up to minus one version from Centos release version 6.


  • Released 15 September 2017


  • A popup message will display during installation of the Agent if the previously installed version of PostgreSQL is lower than 9.3.
    When upgrading from an older version of Harmony, and skipping multiple versions to upgrade to the current version, the Agent upgrade installation will not complete if the installed version of PostgreSQL is lower than 9.3. A popup message will now be presented to the user advising to upgrade the PostgreSQL version to 9.3 first and then install the upgrade for Agent.


  • Released 15 September 2017


  • A popup message will display during installation of the Agent if the previously installed version of PostgreSQL is lower than 9.3.
    When upgrading from an older version of Harmony, and skipping multiple versions to upgrade to the current version, the Agent upgrade installation will not complete if the installed version of PostgreSQL is lower than 9.3. A popup message will now be presented to the user advising to upgrade the PostgreSQL version to 9.3 first and then install the upgrade for Agent.


No changes applicable to Private Agents.


No changes applicable to Private Agents.


  • Released 19 June 2017

New Features


  • Released 12 June 2017


  • Scripting: Issue with returned values fixed
    We have identified an issue with our latest release that impacts customers who have implemented RunScript calls where the return value is the result of a function call.

    When the return value in the script is a function call, the script returns a blank value. RunScript calls that return results from variables are not impacted.

    This incorrectly returns a blank value:

    num = 3.14;

    This returns the expected value:

    num = 3.14;
    num = RoundToInt(num);

    This issue has been corrected in 8.24.1 Private Agent downloads. If you are running Private Agents and have not upgraded to version 8.24.0, you are not impacted.

    In order to resolve this issue, a different 8.24.0 fix related to the data type returned by the RunScript() function has been rolled back. For more information on the fix that was rolled back, see Fixes under 8.24.0 below.


  • Released 9 June 2017


  • Scripting: RunScript issues fixed related to data type, memory
    When using the RunScript() function, the value returned can now be a complex data type, such as dictionary or array. In addition, an issue has been fixed that previously resulted in an error related to memory.

    NOTE: The portion of this fix related to data type returned by the RunScript() function was originally released with 8.24.0, but has since been rolled back as part of 8.24.1.


No changes applicable to Private Agents.


  • Released 26 May 2017


  • Install experience improved for those already running PgBouncer 
    When installing a Private Agent, Jitterbit will now automatically detect the port of an existing PgBouncer installation and re-register the service using another port. The PgBouncer application was integrated into the Agent install package as of version 8.22, and this fix provides a more seamless experience for users that already have the connection pooling application in use.


No changes applicable to Private Agents.


No changes applicable to Private Agents.


No changes applicable to Private Agents.


No changes applicable to Private Agents.


  • Released 17 March 2017


  • Improved performance with integrated PgBouncer installation
    PgBouncer, a connection pooling application for PostgreSQL, has been integrated into the Agent install package. If you already have an existing installation of PgBouncer and experience issues upgrading, please contact support.


  • Private Agent: Shutdown port for Tomcat services changed to avoid conflicts
    The default shutdown port used by Jitterbit for Tomcat services has been changed so that it does not conflict with other applications that use Tomcat services configured with the same original default shutdown port.


No changes applicable to Private Agents.


  • Released 27 January 2017


  • Milliseconds in DateTime fields are now retained
    Millisecond components of DateTime fields are no longer truncated when performing date and time script functions, database transformations, and database lookup functions. You can include milliseconds by adding "SSS" to your function in the standard format string, for example yyyy-mm-dd HH:MM:SS.SSS.
  • Security enhancement: Library upgrades
    The FasterXML / Jackson JSON library was upgraded from version 2.6.1 to 2.8.5. The Commons Codec library was upgraded to version 1.10. These upgrades improve the security of the system.


  • Local JSON files can again be used for sample XSD structure
    When using JSON as the source for a new transformation, you are now able to successfully use a local copy of a JSON file as the sample file for an XSD structure.
  • JDBC database without records no longer produces an error
    When using chunking (in Studio under Operation Options) with a JDBC database source, an operation error will no longer occur if no rows are returned from the database. Instead, the operation will complete successfully and the log message will indicate that no database rows are available, which is the same behavior as when not using chunking.
  • Special characters now work properly with custom OData APIs
    When using your own OData API, characters in the URL are now fully decoded and are processed as intended. Previously, SQL queries were only partially decoded, causing issues when some special characters were used.
  • CallStoredProcedure issue with non-alphanumeric characters resolved
    The CallStoredProcedure function available for JDBC no longer produces an error when output parameters contain certain non-alphanumeric characters.


  • Released 6 January 2017

New Feature

  • MS Dynamics CRM: Support for 'listmember' object
    The MS Dynamics CRM Connector now provides support for the 'listmember' object during an MS CRM Create operation.


  • Salesforce: Functionality restored for Salesforce bulk query operations
    The previous 8.18.0 release created an issue causing Salesforce some bulk queries not to operate. This fix restores that functionality.
  • NetSuite: Compatibility error resolved for imported NetSuite 2016.2 projects
    The previous 8.18.0 release created an issue resulting in a version compatibility error when importing a NetSuite 2016.2 project that had been created prior to version 8.18.0. This issue is now resolved.
  • NetSuite: Support for asynchronous NetSuite search operations
    The NetSuite asynchronous function for bulk processing now works properly for NetSuite search operations. The asynchronous option for NetSuite search, as well as for other NetSuite operations, can be enabled by setting $jitterbit.netsuite.async=true.
  • Clarizen: Querying multiple fields
    When performing a query using the Clarizen Connector, you can now select multiple fields. Previously, only one field at a time could be queried successfully.
Security Enhancement
  • Library upgrade
    The Apache Commons BeanUtils library was upgraded to version 1.9.3, which improves security of the system.


No changes applicable to Private Agents.


  • Released 3 November 2016

New Features

  • Option to add new configuration settings remotely
    You can now add new configuration settings in the Jitterbit config file remotely via the Web Management Console (WMC). This feature allows you to override default Private Agent settings, even if the particular setting was not previously set in the Agent configuration. To do this, first make sure you have remote Agent configuration enabled (Organizations > Actions > Organization Policies). Then go to the Jitterbit config file (Agent Groups > Actions > Jitterbit Config), where you will see a new Add button next to Edit. Here you can specify the new parameter and value, whether the parameter should be enabled, and the existing section to which the setting will be added.
  • Scripting for Agent version name and ID, current project name
    You can now access the Agent version name and version ID using new script functions: GetAgentVersionName(), GetAgentVersionId(). These are consistent with the existing functions GetAgentName() and GetAgentId(). You can also now use the current project name in scripts by using $jitterbit.operation.project_name. This is a new system variable that holds the current project name when the operation is running.
  • Improved support for XML <any> element
    You can now use the XML <any> element in an XML schema, including when defined as the middle sibling in an XML schema.


  • Notification of manual configuration changes
    If you have enabled remote Agent configuration and the Jitterbit config file becomes modified manually outside WMC, you will now see a warning icon and message icon displayed on the Agents and Agent Groups pages of the WMC. Clicking the message icon will open a popup with a detailed description of the warning. Note that manual changes to the config file will always override your existing configuration.
  • Creating new file share directories (Linux)
    For those using a Private Agent on Linux, you can now specify target file share paths that do not yet exist. That is, the Linux Agent will no longer produce an error if the directory does not yet exist, and instead will create new file share directories as specified.
  • Option to disable logging for Hosted HTTP Endpoints
    You now have the ability to disable operation logging for Hosted HTTP Endpoints, which allows for greater efficiency and throughput under load. To do this, edit the Jitterbit config file under the [HttpEndpoints] section to set EnableLogging = false.


  • Carriage returns and special character supported (OData API)
    For those using OData API, fields containing multiple carriage returns or certain special characters are now supported. These fields in OData results will no longer be truncated.
  •  GetUTCFormattedDataTime returns correct time
    The GetUTCFormattedDateTime function now returns the correct time for all standard U.S. timezones (PST, MST, CST, EST). Previously, the CST and PST timezones were returning results an hour off during Daylight Saving Time.

Security Enhancement

  • OpenSSL and Apache Tomcat upgrades
    The Apache Tomcat version was upgraded to Version 8.0.36, which improves performance and security. The OpenSSL library was upgraded from 1.0.2h to 1.0.2j. This addresses all known OpenSSL vulnerabilities and improves the security of SSL connections made by the Agent.


  • Released 23 September 2016

New Feature

  • Control over whitespace 
    Whitespace for values within an XML source can now be preserved during the transformation to a target by setting "$jitterbit.source.xml.trim = false".


  • Support for null characters 
    Support for null characters has been added to UTF-16 and UTF-32 character encoding sets for text sources and targets.
  • Standardized character encoding (Salesforce)
    The character encoding behavior for Salesforce bulk operations now works the same way as for Salesforce operations, with operation responses being UTF-8 encoded regardless of the character encoding type of the source.


  • Option to ignore lines 
    The option to ignore a set number of first or last lines now works properly for UTF-16 (LE and BE) encoded text files. This option is specified during the setup of a source or target.

Security Enhancement

  • Library upgrade 
    The async-http-client library has been upgraded to version 1.9.38. This improves the security of asynchronous HTTP connections made by the Agent.


  • Released 10 September 2016

New Features

  • You can now use Jitterbit global variables as sources and targets. The new type of source and target allow users to read and write directly from/to global variables in their operations, bypassing any extra workarounds, such as temporary or local storage.

  • Added support for the Salesforce Summer ‘16 release (aka SFDC API v37).


  • The agent can now preserve white-space characters in a JSON transformation. Set $jitterbit.source.json.trim = false to enable this behavior.

  • Enhanced user experience when using the SortArray method through improving documentation and error handling.

  • Improved Agent reconnect logic to help Agent recover quicker when experiencing network problems.

  • Added a Knowledge Base link to the Error Message that pops up when NetSuite requires the use of Application ID.

  • NetSuite Connector now shows the custom field for CustomerDeposit object.

  • Vendor Return Authorization has been configured in NetSuite search.

  • In the NetSuite search object, one can now filter by “Vendor Return Authorization”.

  • NetSuite is now capable of retries to Cloud API calls.


  • Salesforce timestamp function now reflects the accurate timestamp results between UTC 12:00 and UTC 13:00.

Security Enhancements

  • Bouncy Castle upgraded to version 1.54. Improves security by forcing Key Fingerprint usage in its cryptography algorithms.

  • XercesImpl library upgraded to version 2.11.0.SP4. This improves the security of the overall system.

  • PDFbox upgraded to version 2.0.2. This increases the security when processing PDF documents.

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