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10.8 Harmony Release Notes

10.8 Harmony Release

Harmony Portal, Private Agents, and Sandbox Cloud Agent Group Released October 9, 10, and 14, 2019

The 10.8 release date is by region:

  • APAC: Released 9 October 2019

  • EMEA: Released 10 October 2019

  • NA: Released October 14, 2019

Included in this release are updates to these Harmony components:

Cloud applications accessed through the Harmony Portal were updated to 10.8 at the time of the release. Private Agent installers are available in each region as of the conclusion of each region's release.

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.

Cloud Studio

  • Custom component groups
    To help organize projects, you can now categorize components into custom groups, displayed within the project pane's Components tab.


Cloud Studio

  • Schema upload limit is now 5 MB
    When uploading a schema from a file or URL, the maximum schema size is now 5 MB. The limit has been reduced to maintain the processing speed of other requests.


Cloud Studio

  • Enhanced performance of existing activities
    When reopening an existing activity configuration, only the selected object will be displayed instead of reloading the entire object list. You can still reload the entire list using the refresh link to change an existing configuration.
  • Display states now persist by user and project
    Cloud Studio now remembers the display states that a given user was last using for a given project. These include, for example, whether the project index displays projects in tile or list view, whether categories in the project navigator are expanded or collapsed, and which tab is active in the script component palette.
  • Project navigator items are now collapsed by default
    The project pane's Workflows and Components tabs now display items in a collapsed state by default.
  • Filename keyword support is now displayed
    Endpoint configuration fields that support using filename keywords such as file, date, and time as input now include those keywords in the field's "V" icon dropdown.
  • Project variable information is now displayed within scripts
    The value and description of project variables are now displayed upon hovering over a project variable in the Variables > Project Variables tab of the script component palette.
  • Snowflake connector now supports warehouses
    When configuring a Snowflake connection, you can now specify a warehouse name for connecting to Snowflake.
  • Snowflake connector now supports SQL queries
    The Snowflake connector now provides a Query activity that walks you through constructing a SQL statement to query data from a Snowflake table.



  • 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.

Cloud Studio

  • Renaming global variables now works properly
    When renaming a global variable and selecting the option to update all references in the project, references that contain the new global variable name as a portion of another variable are no longer erroneously renamed.
  • Validation now works properly for manually edited schemas
    After uploading a valid sample file schema and then manually editing it to result in an invalid schema, the schema is now correctly reported as invalid. Previously, some manually edited schemas were erroneously being reported as valid.
  • Validation now works properly for schemas with mismatched file types
    After uploading a valid sample file schema that doesn't match the selected file type, the schema is now correctly reported as invalid. Previously, any valid schema was being reported as valid regardless of the selected file type.
  • Imported API SOAP projects can now be deployed
    After importing a project that uses an API SOAP Request or Response activity as an operation step, the project is now able to be deployed without an error.