10.66 / 11.4 Harmony Release Notes¶
10.66 / 11.4 Harmony Release¶
This page includes release notes for all generally available components being released as part of 10.66 / 11.4. Compilations of release notes for Production Cloud Agent Groups, Sandbox Cloud Agent Groups, and Private Agents are also available.
The 10.66 / 11.4 release is staggered based on the dates as listed below by region. The dates used for each component are identified in the tables that follow. See the Jitterbit Trust site for specific times.
|Date Set 1||Date Set 2||Date Set 3|
|APAC||Feb. 7, 2023 (AEDT)||Feb. 14, 2023 (AEDT)||Feb. 16, 2023 (AEDT)|
|EMEA||Feb. 7, 2023 (CET)||Feb. 14, 2023 (CET)||Feb. 16, 2023 (CET)|
|NA||Feb. 8, 2023 (PST)||Feb. 15, 2023 (PST)||Feb. 15, 2023 (PST)|
As part of this release, the Harmony platform and Harmony cloud applications (as applicable) are automatically updated by these dates:
|Cloud Components||Release Date|
|Harmony platform and Harmony Portal cloud-based applications||Date Set 1|
|Cloud API Gateway||Date Set 1|
These versioned components are available from the Downloads page (unless noted) by these dates:
|Locally Installed Components||Version||Release Date|
|Windows Private Agent |
Linux Private Agent
|10.66, 11.4||Date Set 2|
|Docker Private Agent |
(available at Docker Hub)
|11.4||Date Set 3|
The Jitterbit Cloud Agent Groups are automatically updated to these versions by these dates:
|Jitterbit Cloud Agent Group||Version||Release Date|
|Sandbox Cloud Agent Group||11.4||Date Set 1|
|Production Cloud Agent Group||11.4||Date Set 2|
As of February 16, 2023 Private Agent version 10.49 has reached end of life and are no longer supported. We recommend that all users of these (and earlier) versions upgrade to the latest versions as soon as practicable.
Exporting and importing of app templates
You can now export an app as a template and use it to create a new app in the same or another environment. From the apps page:
Export: The option Export as Template is available from a new app tools menu that also contains an app’s Settings and a Delete option.
Import: The option to import an app is available from the Create a New App menu by selecting From Template.
There are 7 new connectors available for use with the following agent types and versions:
- Adobe Analytics: Query object data in Adobe Analytics.
- Airtable: Query, create, update, or delete object data in Airtable.
- Amazon Athena: Query object data in Amazon Athena.
- Azure Data Catalog: Query object data in Azure Data Catalog.
- Basecamp: Query, create, update, or delete object data in Basecamp.
- Dynamics NAV: Query, create, update, or delete object data in Dynamics NAV.
- Microsoft Advertising: Query object data in Microsoft Advertising.
- OData API default record retrieval limit increased
The default maximum number of records retrieved by the App Builder OData API is now 1000, increased from 500.
- Jitterbit MQ (Beta) connector bulk support
The new Get Bulk and Send Bulk activities for the Jitterbit MQ (Beta) connector allow you to get and send batches of messages in a Jitterbit message queue.
- Harmony SSO support for BMC OAuth 2.0
OAuth 2.0 can now be configured to allow BMC Helix iPaas users using OpenID Connect to log in to Jitterbit Harmony. This feature is proprietary to BMC customers.
- Dashboard page redesign
The Dashboard page has been redesigned with a modern UI and more information relevant to your Harmony organization.
Alternative regex parser resolves FTP Read issue
In situations where a Cloud Studio FTP Read activity or Design Studio FTP Site source doesn’t return expected data, using an alternative regex parser may fix the issue. To use, set the Jitterbit variable
truein a script upstream of the FTP source in an operation.
Base64Encodefunction now encodes binary data properly
Base64Encodefunction now encodes binary data properly when the Jitterbit variable
jitterbit.base64.encoded.string.no.wrapis set to disable wrapping. This was not an issue when the result was wrapped (default behavior) or when the input was string data.
HTTP custom proxy settings now support variables
When configuring a custom proxy in a Cloud Studio HTTP connection or Design Studio HTTP source or target, variables configured in the Host, User, Password, and NTLM Domain fields are now correctly processed as variables by the agent.
- Downloading a Design Studio project from multiple environments no longer fails
In the Design Studio Download Project tab, when attempting to download a project from multiple environments, the project is now downloaded as expected. Previously, in some situations an error was returned and the project failed to download.
JMS connector IBM MQ non-default port now works
When connecting to IBM MQ using a JMS connection, using a port other than the default port (1414) no longer results in an error.
LDAP Search Entry activity now lists all available attributes
In step 3 of the configuration of an LDAP Search Entry activity, all existing attributes in the LDAP endpoint are now listed in the Available Attributes column. Previously, certain attributes were missing from the list.
Schema fields containing an underscore are now processed correctly
When an underscore is present in a schema field name generated by a connector, the portion of the field name preceding the underscore is no longer truncated.
Unreferenced global variables are no longer shown in the project pane
Global variables whose only reference was in a deleted Variable connection are no longer shown in the project pane’s Components tab. Previously, such variables were shown as unreferenced but could not be removed.
Jitterbit’s intention to stop distributing Private Agent 10.x
Jitterbit intends to stop distributing a 10.x Private Agent version within the next several Harmony releases. Since Harmony release 10.63 / 11.1, both a 10.x and 11.x Private Agent version have been distributed with these differences:
- 11.x versions: In 11.1 and later versions, the PostgreSQL database bundled with the Private Agent is now version 14.5-1.
- 10.x versions: Current 10.x versions are packaged with the existing 9.6.24-1 PostgreSQL. The distributed 10.x versions will continue to be supported in accordance with Jitterbit’s end-of-life policy.
Upgrading to an 11.x Windows Private Agent from 10.x requires a complete uninstall. Follow the documented instructions to complete the upgrade. Linux Private Agents can be upgraded as usual from any 10.x version.
NetSuite, Cloud Studio, and Design Studio¶
HMAC-SHA1 deprecation and removal from the Cloud Studio and Design Studio UI
NetSuite is deprecating HMAC-SHA1 as a valid signature algorithm as previously announced (see NetSuite HMAC-SHA1 Deprecation). To support these changes, Jitterbit intends to remove the HMAC-SHA1 signature algorithm from the Cloud Studio and Design Studio UI in an upcoming Harmony release.
As the HMAC-SHA1 signature algorithm will no longer be supported by NetSuite or the Jitterbit Harmony NetSuite connectors, you should change any Jitterbit Harmony projects that are presently using HMAC-SHA1 as the signature algorithm to use HMAC-SHA256 as soon as possible to avoid issues with those integrations.