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10.1 Harmony Release Notes
The scheduled 10.1 release date is by region:
- APAC: May 1, 2019
- EMEA: May 2, 2019
- NA: May 6, 2019
Included in this release are updates to these Harmony components:
- Harmony Portal and its applications
- Design Studio
- Private API Gateway
- Private Agents
- Sandbox Cloud Agent Group
Design Studio, Private Agent, and Private API Gateway installers are scheduled to be available May 6, 2019.
- Seven new Cloud Studio connectors
New Cloud Studio connectors for Evernote, Google Drive, HubSpot, Magento, ServiceMax, Smartsheet, 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 agents.
- Private API Gateway proxy API calls are now logged
Proxy API calls made through a Private API Gateway are now displayed within the API Logs page of the API Manager, as they are for custom API calls.
Private API Gateway
- Private API Gateway installation improvements
The Private API Gateway installer has been improved to allow for DNS configuration and self-testing to ensure that the gateway is functioning properly and is able to connect to the Harmony platform. In addition, you can now use the
--helpcommand to access a basic overview.
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.
- APIs can now be tested without CORS being enabled
When accessing the Portal Manager or Portal pages of the API Manager, you can now execute custom APIs regardless of the CORS setting. Previously, execution required CORS to be enabled.
- Connector Builder can now be used with previously incompatible HTTPS endpoints
Connector Builder connectors used with certain HTTPS (SSL/TLS) endpoints no longer result in an error during testing of the connection or at operation runtime. Error reporting has been improved to better describe any errors.
- Connector Builder now respects Private Agent proxy settings
Connector Builder now uses any proxy settings that you have configured on a Private Agent, instead of executing on the agent without using the proxy.
- Deleted project components no longer remain after they have been deleted
Upon deleting project components in an already-deployed project and then redeploying the project, the deleted components are now permanently deleted. Previously, if you re-deployed a project where components such as operations, schedules, or applied plugins had been deleted, those components would remain in the deployed project.
- Configurable deploy now automatically selects all required components
When deploying any part of a project using a configurable deploy, all component dependencies are now automatically selected by default. Previously, only operations and their steps were automatically selected, without required components such as connections, files, or variables.
- Invalid Salesforce bulk operations are now prevented from being deployed
Attempting to deploy an invalid transformation containing both a Salesforce bulk activity and a transformation now results in an operation validation error. Mapping capabilities are provided directly within Salesforce bulk activity configuration in lieu of using a transformation.
- Reusing custom schemas in activities now works properly
When reusing an existing custom schema by selecting the saved schema from the activity configuration screen, the schema now works properly in a transformation. Previously, the operation would fail at runtime.
Last updated: Apr 17, 2019
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