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Introduction

This page provides a compilation of end-of-life releases for the Production Cloud Agent GroupFor the latest Production Cloud Agent Group releases, see Production Cloud Agent Group Releases.

See Jitterbit Harmony Known Issues for detailed information on issues and workarounds.

End-of-Life Production Cloud Agent Group Release Notes

10.26

The 10.26 release date is by region:

  • APAC: 18 November 2020

  • EMEA: 19 November 2020

  • NA: December 1, 2020

This update is an upgrade of the Production Cloud Agent Group from 10.24 to 10.26. There was no 10.25 Production Cloud Agent Group release.

10.24

The 10.24 release date is by region:

  • APAC: 7 October 2020

  • EMEA: 8 October 2020

  • NA: October 12, 2020

This update is an upgrade of the Production Cloud Agent Group from 10.23 to 10.24.

10.23

The 10.23 release date is by region:

  • APAC: 16 September 2020

  • EMEA: 17 September 2020

  • NA: September 21, 2020

This update is an upgrade of the Production Cloud Agent Group from 10.21 to 10.23. There was no 10.22 Production Cloud Agent Group release.

Changes

  • HTTP client updated
    The HTTP client used by agents has been updated from version 4.5.2 to 4.5.3, which provides access to Kerberos authentication. Connector SDK developers can take advantage of this feature when creating connectors. (Added in 10.23.1)

10.21

The 10.21 release date is by region:

  • APAC: 12 August 2020

  • EMEA: 13 August 2020

  • NA: August 19, 2020

This update is an upgrade of the Production Cloud Agent Group from agent version 10.20 to 10.21.

10.20

The 10.20 release date is by region:

  • APAC: 15 July 2020

  • EMEA: 16 July 2020

  • NA: July 20, 2020

This update is an upgrade of the Production Cloud Agent Group from agent version 10.18 to 10.20.

10.18

The 10.18 release date is by region:

  • APAC: 3 June 2020

  • EMEA: 4 June 2020

  • NA: June 8, 2020

This update is an upgrade of the Production Cloud Agent Group from agent version 10.17 to 10.18.

NOTE: We fixed an issue with Production Cloud Agents where operations using URL encoding in FTP URL filenames were failing and generating errors. The fix version number is 10.18.2.1. Please check your installed version and install the latest version.

Enhancements

  • Percent-encoded special characters now allowed in filenames with FTP/SFTP
    You can now use percent-encoding in filenames to represent control and special characters with FTP and SFTP transfers (Cloud Studio) and FTP Site Sources and FTP Site Targets (Design Studio).
  • XML to JSON transformations can be set to ignore errors
    Setting the Jitterbit variable $jitterbit.operation.chunking.warn_on_error to true will ignore an XML to JSON file transformation error where the XML file has an empty chunk.

Fixes

  • Fixed an issue where operations using URL encoding of FTP filenames failed
    Operations using URL encoding in FTP URL filenames were failing and generating errors.
  • Success operations can be set to run without matching source files
    Operations now honor the checkbox Run Success Operation even if there are no matching source files in the Operation Options dialog box.

10.17

The 10.17 release date is by region:

  • APAC: 13 May 2020

  • EMEA: Released14 May 2020

  • NA: on May 18, 2020

This update is an upgrade of the Production Cloud Agent Group from agent version 10.15 to 10.17.

Enhancements

  • New variables added to append the date to success folder filenames
    Two new Jitterbit variables, jitterbit.target.append_date_to_success_file and jitterbit.source.append_date_to_success_file, are available to append the current date in 24-hour format to success folder filenames. If a variable is not set or set to true, the current date is appended to the respective success file. If set to false, no date is appended.

  • Salesforce API version 48 is now supported
    The Cloud Studio Salesforce and ServiceMax connectors and the Design Studio Salesforce connector now support Salesforce API version 48.

    • Cloud Studio uses the new API version automatically with the use of a 10.17 agent.

    • Design Studio provides the option to use the new API version with the use of both a 10.17 agent and 10.17 version of Design Studio. When opening an existing Design Studio project that uses this connector and meets both of these version requirements, you will be prompted to upgrade to Salesforce API version 48.

10.15

The 10.15 release date is by region:

  • APAC: 8 April 2020

  • EMEA: 9 April 2020

  • NA: 13 April 2020

This update is an upgrade of the Production Cloud Agent Group from agent version 10.14 to 10.15.

10.14

The 10.14 release date is by region:

  • APAC: 11 March 2020

  • EMEA: 12 March 2020

  • NA: 16 March 2020

This update is an upgrade of the Production Cloud Agent Group from agent version 10.13 to agent version 10.14. 

Changes

  • PostgreSQL configuration defaults updated
    The PostgreSQL configuration file postgresql.conf for 64-bit agents now sets the default max_connections to 400 (instead of the previous limit of 100). In addition, the default checkpoint_timeout for 32-bit and 64-bit agents is now 1 hour instead of 5 minutes.

10.13

The 10.13 release date is by region:

  • APAC: 19 February 2020

  • EMEA: 20 February 2020

  • NA: February 24, 2020

This update is an upgrade of the Production Cloud Agent Group from agent version 10.11 to agent version 10.13. This includes all updates up to and including the 10.13 release.

New Features

  • Jitterbit Google authentication plugin
    A new plugin, Jitterbit OAuth - Google - Service Account, is available that authenticates with Google’s implementation of OAuth 2 for Google service accounts, placing the auth token in the variable google.oauth.token.auth and the expiration number of seconds in the variable google.oauth.token.expireSeconds. The new plugin is available on Cloud Agents. (Added in 10.12)

Changes

  • PostgreSQL database driver updated to 9.4
    The PostgreSQL JDBC database driver that is packaged with the Jitterbit Cloud Agent Groups has been upgraded from PostgreSQL JDBC Driver 9.1 to 9.4. (Added in 10.12)

Fixes

  • General improvements to Harmony Agents
    (Added in 10.13)
  • Cloud Agents processing web services with a SOAP fault now report the correct status
    When using a Jitterbit Cloud Agent Group to run a SOAP-based web service operation, the operation status is now correctly reported as a SOAP Fault as applicable. Previously, as of version 10.1 Linux Agents, the operation status for a SOAP fault was incorrectly being reported as an Error status. This issue affected operations using SOAP endpoints in Cloud Studio, and Web Service Method and Workday endpoints in Design Studio. (Added in 10.12)

  • Data syncing errors related to API calls no longer occur
    When running operations that call an API, intermittent 400 errors related to data syncing no longer occur. (Added in 10.12)

10.11

The 10.11 release date is by region:

  • APAC: 13 January 2020
  • EMEA: 15 January 2020
  • NA: January 16, 2020

This update is an upgrade of the Production Cloud Agent Group from agent version 10.8 to agent version 10.11. This includes all updates up to and including the 10.11 release.

Changes

  • Cloud Agent temp storage file size limit is now 50 GB
    When using 10.10 or higher Cloud Agents with a temporary storage target in Cloud Studio or Design Studio, there is now a limit of 50 GB per file. Those who need to create temporary files larger than 50 GB are encouraged to use Private Agents. (Added in 10.10)

Enhancements

  • Salesforce API version 47 is now supported
    The Design Studio Salesforce connector now supports Salesforce API version 47 with the use of a 10.11 agent and 10.11 version of Design Studio. When opening an existing Design Studio project that uses this connector and meets both of these version requirements, you will be prompted to upgrade to Salesforce API version 47. This upgrade from version 45 includes new objects supported in both versions 46 and 47. (Added in 10.11)
  • OASIS WSS plugin now supports WS-Addressing SOAP headers
    A new version of the OASIS Web Service Security plugin (1.3.0.0) allows you to specify the Web Services Addressing SOAP header elements wsa:To and wsa:Action by defining these parameters using global variables. The updated plugin is available on 10.10 and higher Cloud Agents. (Added in 10.10)

  • PrependData plugin can now be used with Linux Agents
    The current versions of the PrependData plugin (1.1.1.0 and 1.3.0.0) can now be used with the Jitterbit Cloud Agent Groups. (Added in 10.10)

Fixes

  • FTP/HTTP transfer for large files now works
    When using Cloud Studio or Design Studio to upload a file greater than 2 GB to an FTP or HTTP endpoint, the transfer is now successful. Previously, you may have received an error regarding a libcurl function. The issue was caused by library upgrades in Jitterbit Harmony agent version 8.29 and has been resolved with 10.11 and higher agents. (Added in 10.11)
  • FormatDate() can now handle milliseconds and a time zone
    When using the Jitterbit function FormatDate(), you can now format source dates provided in the form of YYYYMMDDHHMMSS.SSSZwhere SSS indicates the milliseconds and Z indicates the time zone, which are seen with certain LDAP implementations. (Added in 10.8)

10.8

The 10.8 release date is by region:

  • APAC: 11 November 2019
  • EMEA: 12 November 2019
  • NA: November 13, 2019

This update is an upgrade of the Production Cloud Agent Group from agent version 10.7 to agent version 10.8.

Fixes

  • 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. (Added in 10.8)

10.7

The 10.7 release date is by region:

  • APAC: 16 October 2019
  • EMEA: 17 October 2019
  • NA: October 21, 2019

This update is an upgrade of the Production Cloud Agent Group from agent version 10.3 to agent version 10.7. This includes all updates up to and including the 10.7 release.

New Features

  • 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 Cloud Agents. (Added in 10.6)

Changes

  • Updated libraries resolve issues with large file transfers
    The libraries libcurl and libssh2 have been upgraded to the latest versions, resolving issues customers may have experienced with transferring large files, particularly when using AWS SFTP servers. (Added in 10.6)

Enhancements

  • Drain stop now waits for APIs to finish running
    When an agent drain stop is initiated, the agent will now wait 180 seconds for any APIs to finish running before the drain stop is completed. (Added in 10.7)
  • Base64Decode() function is now faster
    The Base64Decode()function now processes large files (multiple MB) more quickly. (Added in 10.6)
  • NetSuite 2019.1 WSDL is now supported
    Support for NetSuite's 2019.1 WSDL is now available for use with Jitterbit's NetSuite connectors. To use the new WSDL, specify its URL during configuration of a Cloud Studio NetSuite connection or Design Studio NetSuite endpoint. Jitterbit continues to be Built for NetSuite (BFN) certified. (Added in 10.4)

Fixes

  • Design Studio JMS Listener now reconnects after interruption
    When using a Design Studio JMS Listen operation, if the connection to the JMS server is interrupted, the agent will try to reconnect to the JMS server every 1 minute, for a maximum of 120 retries. Previously, the listener wouldn't recover after JMS server downtime. (Added in 10.7)
  • 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. (Added in 10.6)
  • AWS S3 Create plugin now supports KMS encryption
    An updated version of Jitterbit's AWS S3 Create plugin (1.0.1.0) can now be used with S3 buckets using Server-Side Encryption with AWS KMS-Managed Keys (SSE-KMS). Version 1.0.1.0 of the plugin is available on Cloud Agents. (Added in 10.6)

10.3

The 10.3 release date is by region:

  • APAC: 12 August 2019
  • EMEA: 13 August 2019
  • NA: August 15, 2019

This update is an upgrade of the Production Cloud Agent Group from agent version 9.4.2 to agent version 10.3. This includes all updates up to and including the 10.3 release.

New Features

  • Application-specific Cloud Studio connectors released in 10.1 or later are now available to use with agents version 10.1 or higher. The new connectors can be accessed on the right side of the project designer from the design component palette and will automatically be downloaded by an agent as required. (Added in 10.1)

Changes

  • A change made to the Cloud Studio Cherwell connector means it is no longer compatible with 10.0 agents. If using the Cherwell connector, please upgrade to 10.1 or higher agents. (Added in 10.1)
  • The Production Cloud Agent Group no longer supports creating new projects using ODBC drivers as of agent version 10.1. This change has already been made for the Sandbox Cloud Agent Group as of version 10.0, effective March 26, 2019. Existing projects using ODBC will continue to work for the time being, but will no longer be supported at a later date. We encourage you to convert existing projects using ODBC to JDBC or migrate them to a Private Agent ahead of this upcoming change. For assistance, contact Jitterbit Support. (Added in 10.1)

Enhancements

  • Support for NetSuite's 2019.1 WSDL is now available for use with Jitterbit's NetSuite connectors. To use the new WSDL, specify its URL during configuration of a Cloud Studio NetSuite connection or Design Studio NetSuite endpoint. Jitterbit continues to be Built for NetSuite (BFN) certified. (Added in 10.4)
  • LDAP passwords can be set and updated in Jitterbit Script using the LDAP functions. (Added in 9.9)
  • The maximum iterations for JavaScript loops can now be set in the jitterbit.conf file. In the [Settings]section, specify JavaScriptMaxIterations=limit where limit is the maximum number of iterations to be permitted. (Added in 9.8)
  • The Java distribution included in the Jitterbit Harmony Agent has been changed from the Oracle JRE to the AdoptOpenJDK JRE. (Added in 9.8)
  • Boolean types are now supported for OData when using SQL Server, MySQL, or PostgreSQL. (Added in 9.7)
  • SAP fields defined as doubles now work correctly when used in OData APIs. (Added in 9.7)

Fixes

  • When testing a connection's configuration in Cloud Studio using the Test button, you will no longer see an erroneous error message indicating the connector is being downloaded across agents when the connection was actually successful. (Added in 10.3)

  • When configuring a pipe-delimited custom schema in Cloud Studio or Design Studio, the option to convert escape sequences now works as expected. Previously, using this option with such a schema would cause the operation to fail. (Added in 10.3)
  • The Jitterbit Script function SendEmail() in Cloud Studio or Design Studio can now be used to send emails containing multi-byte characters. (Added in 10.1)
  • Fixed an issue with the SAP Connector driver when it is installed for the first time on a Jitterbit Harmony Linux Agent. (Added in 10.0)
  • Fixed an issue with the architecture of the third-party SAP JCo (Java Connector) library included in the Jitterbit Harmony Linux Agent. (Added in 9.9)

  • Fixed an issue with the installation of the AdoptOpenJDK JRE by the Harmony Windows Agent installer that prevented certain plugins from functioning. (Added in 9.9)
  • An issue with the Jitterbit global variable jitterbit.source.preserve_char_whitespace not being honored when transforming from CSV to JSON or from an Oracle Database to XML has been fixed. Setting jitterbit.source.preserve_char_whitespace=true means white space will be preserved and won't be trimmed from the beginning and end of strings in the source.

    The default value for this variable is "false", and white space will be trimmed from the beginning and end of strings in the source. This default value will be used if the variable has not been explicitly set. The default behavior is unchanged from prior releases. (Added in 9.8)

  • Fixed an issue with retrieval of the NetSuite custom segments to avoid timeout errors while generating or refreshing the schemas. (Added in 9.7)

  • Fixed an issue in the JMS Connector with messages that are missing a JMS destination header. (Added in 9.7)

  • Fixed an issue with the parsing of IDoc types. It is now enabled. (Added in 9.6)

  • Resolved timeout issues when using JDBC to retrieve a large number of tables. (Added in 9.5)

  • Fixed an Issue with the input parameter of the CVTDate() script function being set to an empty value. The CVTDate() function now successfully converts each input data value to the appropriate date and does not set any input to an empty value. (Added in 9.5)

9.4.2

The 9.4.2 release date is by region:

  • EMEA: 6 February 2019
  • NA: February 8, 2019

This update was an upgrade of the Production Cloud Agent Group from agent version 9.2 to agent version 9.4.2. This includes all updates up to and including the 9.4.2 release.

The Sandbox Cloud Agent Group was made available on January 7, 2019 in both EMEA and NA for testing your projects with agent version 9.4.2 to ensure that you are ready for this upgrade of the Production Cloud Agent Group.

Enhancements

  • Added the SQL Server Microsoft JDBC Driver to the Jitterbit Harmony Agent. The SQL Server Microsoft JDBC Driver is now included in the Harmony Agent as an alternative way to connect to SQL Server. This fixes a known Date type bug in the jTDS Driver. (Added in 9.3)

Fixes

  • Fixed an issue with retrieval of the NetSuite custom segments to avoid timeout errors while generating or refreshing the schemas. (Added in 9.4.2)

  • Fixed an issue where you were unable to create an SAP RFC function. SAP Remote Function Call now utilizes the user created functions. (Added in 9.3)

  • Fixed an issue where a field is missing on the actual SAP request, which causes the operation to fail. The Agent transformation engine now generates the required XML tag if the element in the schema has 0 occurrences and contains a fixed attribute. (Added in 9.3)

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