10.15 Harmony Release
Harmony Portal, Private Agents, Private API Gateway, and Sandbox Cloud Agent Group
Scheduled for March 4, 5, and 9, 2020
The 10.15 release date is by region:
APAC: Released 4 March 2020
EMEA: Released 5 March 2020
NA: Released March 9, 2020
Included in this release are updates to these Harmony components:
The Sandbox Cloud Agent Group and cloud applications accessed through the Harmony Portal were updated to 10.15 at the time of the release. Private Agent installers are available in each region at the conclusion of each region's release.
As of March 11, 2020, Private Agent version 9.9 will reach end of life and will no longer be supported. We recommend that all users of this (and earlier) versions upgrade to the latest version as soon as practicable.
MSSQL ODBC database sources can now use a parameterized GUID as a key for table joins
When using Cloud Studio or Design Studio with a Private Agent to join tables using an MSSQL ODBC database source, parameterized GUIDs can now be used as the key between the tables. Previously, the join would cause an error and the operation would fail.
Manually clearing a mapping no longer generates an unconfigured script error
Editing a script on a target field in a transformation and then clearing the script contents does not cause an error.
Retrying a failed child operation now retries the entire operation chain
In cases where a child operation fails but the operation log presents a Try Again button to retry the operation, using this option now re-runs the entire operation chain from the top level down to all downstream operations instead of retrying only the child operation with the error.
Migrating a previously migrated project to the same environment completely overwrites the project
Re-migrating a project to the same environment now completely overwrites the target project and removes any operations and endpoints added before the re-migration.
Saved Request parameters in an HTTP target now persist
When opening an existing HTTP activity, saved request parameters no longer disappear.
Using project variables as an HTTP endpoint URL or in query parameters is now successful
You can now successfully run an operation when using project variables in the Base URL of an HTTP connection or in the Request Parameters or Request Headers of an HTTP activity.
Circular references can no longer be created in custom hierarchical schemas
When configuring a custom hierarchical schema, you can no longer select a parent node that would cause a circular reference. Previously, this was allowed and generated an error. In addition, the parent node names now update immediately when a node is renamed.
Using the keyboard shortcut for undo in a script no longer removes the entire script
If you use the undo keyboard shortcuts (
Control+Zon Windows or
Command+Zon Mac) immediately after opening a script, the entire script is no longer deleted.
Schema data now validates correctly and is retained in Connector Builder editor step 3
After providing and validating a schema, then using the popout and return icons, the schema now validates as designed. Clicking the popout icon expands the editor again and retains the schema data.
Amazon Redshift: Table field data with the
Datedata type now persists
When using an input file with an Amazon Redshift Insert Record or Insert Bulk activity, data with a
Datedata type now retains the data type during the insert. Previously it would persist only if the data was input directly in a request.
Magento: Searches with capitalized field names now work
Using field names with capitalization that doesn’t exactly match the Magento API field names is now successful.
Project history now tracks schedule changes
Actions performed within the Schedules tab of the operation settings are now reflected in the project history.
Restoring a previously deployed project to a prior version no longer causes errors when adding another workflow
If you have deployed a project and then added a new workflow, redeploy, and restore a prior version of the project, Cloud Studio no longer displays errors.
Script cursor position now persists
When saving a script, Cloud Studio saves the cursor location. When you reopen the script, the cursor is placed in the same location you left it.
Valid operations no longer report as invalid when focus moves to another activity
When you don't save an activity in one operation before switching focus to an activity in another operation, an error is no longer reported.
- 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 Jitterbit Harmony Known Issues and Cloud Studio Known Issues related to recent releases.
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