10.6 Harmony Release Notes¶
10.6 Harmony Release¶
Harmony Portal, Private API Gateway, Private Agents, and Sandbox Cloud Agent Group Released September 3, 4, and 5, 2019¶
The 10.6 release date is by region:
APAC: Released 3 September 2019
EMEA: Released 4 September 2019
NA: Released September 5, 2019
Included in this release are updates to these Harmony components:
Cloud applications accessed through the Harmony Portal were updated to 10.6 at the time of the release. Private Agent and Private API Gateway installers are available in each region as of the conclusion of each region's release.
- 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 is available on 10.6 Cloud Agents or 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
libssh2have 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
Base64Decode()function now processes large files (multiple MB) more quickly.
- Draft APIs can now be exported and imported
Custom or proxy APIs that are in a draft status can now be exported and imported just like those in a published status. Regardless of the status at export, newly imported APIs are saved in draft status.
- Editing a security profile now loads faster
When editing a security profile, the configuration screen now loads noticeably faster.
- New Update activity for Google Sheets
The Google Sheets connector now provides an Update activity, in addition to the existing Get and Create activities, that can be used to update an existing Google Sheets spreadsheet.
- User experience improvements for script testing
When testing a script: values of Jitterbit variables are now reported; there is now a search box to find specific variables; and variables are now sorted in alphabetical order.
- Mappings within collapsed nodes are now indicated
In a transformation, if a node that contains target field mappings is collapsed, that node will now be shown in bold to indicate it contains mappings.
- Zendesk connection labels are now user-friendly
Field labels for configuration of a Zendesk connection are now more meaningful and user-friendly.
- New UI component for key-value pairs
When creating a Cloud Studio custom connector using the Connector SDK, you can use the new key-value UI component to define a set of properties that allows a user configuring that connector to enter values as a set of key and value pairs.
- Harmony apps now have multiple-tab support
You can now access Harmony apps simultaneously using multiple browsers, windows, or tabs. Access as many areas as you like using the same or different Harmony apps, including Cloud Studio, API Manager, Citizen Integrator, or the Management Console.
- 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 (188.8.131.52) can now be used with S3 buckets using Server-Side Encryption with AWS KMS-Managed Keys (SSE-KMS). Version 184.108.40.206 of the plugin is available on 10.6 Cloud Agents or can be installed on Private Agents through the Management Console Customizations > Plugins page.
- APAC region is now supported
Configuration of a Private API Gateway for use with a Harmony organization in the APAC region is now supported. Previously, the configuration provided choices only for the NA or EMEA regions.
- Status of imported APIs is now reported correctly
Newly imported custom or proxy APIs are now displayed in a draft status. Previously, their status was incorrectly reported as published when they were actually treated as drafts.
Uploading a WSDL URL is now successful
When configuring a SOAP connection, uploading a WSDL by providing its URL is now successful. Previously, an error prevented the WSDL from being uploaded.
Salesforce and ServiceMax schemas now include related object external IDs
Schemas generated by the configuration of a Salesforce or ServiceMax Insert, Update, or Upsert activity now include the external ID fields associated with parent or related objects so that you can reference these objects by external ID.
Hidden project variable values are no longer shown in a project export
Upon exporting a project, project variable values that have been configured to be hidden in the UI are no longer revealed within the resulting exported project JSON.
Connector Builder connectors must now have a version
When configuring a custom Connector Builder connector, version is now a mandatory field. Previously, the UI didn't indicate this field was required, resulting an error upon saving the configuration.
Mirroring a ServiceMax Query now generates an additional node
When mirroring a ServiceMax Query activity, the resulting mirrored schema will automatically be created with an additional root node containing the mirrored schema structure. When fields within the child node(s) are mapped, the child node becomes a loop node to allow looping through of all the records.
ServiceMax Bulk Query activities are now successful
Operations with a ServiceMax Bulk Query activity now run as expected instead of failing with an error related to a missing query string. In addition, upon editing a previously configured ServiceMax Bulk Query, the query string is now displayed as expected.
- Users with allowlisted IPs can now log in to the Harmony Portal
When a Harmony organization's policy is set to use a defined allowlist IP range (set from the Management Console Organizations page), users falling within that defined IP range will no longer have trouble logging in to the Harmony Portal through a standard web browser.
- Check Jitterbit Trust for the latest release dates and times, as the schedule is subject to change.
- See the Sandbox Cloud Agent Group release notes.
- Reference Known Issues related to recent releases.
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- Contact Jitterbit Support or ask the Jitterbit Community.