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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; RoundToInt(num);
This returns the expected value:
num = 3.14; num = RoundToInt(num); num;
This issue has been corrected in Cloud Agents as well as 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.
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.
POP3 File Reader plug-in: Version corrected and option to delete messages fixed
The optional setting to delete email messages (delete_message = true) has been fixed in version 1.0.5 of the POP3 File Reader plug-in. The latest plug-in version is now available to download from the WMC under Customizations > Plug-ins. Those who downloaded the plug-in from the POP3 Email documentation on Jitterbit SuccessCentral are already using version 1.0.5 and were unaffected.