Watch this video to see a summary of what’s new in this release:
- The Java Edition now includes a guided setup experience for Windows, with the capability to run as a service. For Linux installations, a .tar.gz file is now available. Both options now include a JRE so an external installation is no longer necessary.
- Added the ability to format message content in the preview modal for XML and JSON files.
- Added the ability to filter the dashboard for transactions from the current day. Trends are assessed by comparing metrics to the same time period from the previous day.
- Metric cards on the dashboard now include links to more detailed information, where applicable.
- SSO issuer certificates are now refreshed daily, or upon failure to verify the signature in a JWT.
- All CData drivers included in the application have been updated to 2023.
- Alerts for errors that pertain to a connector now mention the Id of the workspace that the connector resides in.
- Flow APIs now do not create locks by default to allow for greater concurrency.
- Fixed an issue where database connectors receiving a large number of records in a single receive operation could result in an Out of Memory exception in some environments. The Arc messaging engine now appropriately buffers message data to disk when a large number of messages are produced in a single receive operation.
- Fixed an issue causing the process of populating message-related metadata from the transactions table to fail if SQL Server was used as Application Database. This only affected the working set of data present at the time of upgrading.
- Fixed an issue causing health checks to fail to report the disk usage of Application Directory when set to a UNC path. If Archive Directory is set to a separate disk, it is now checked as well.
- When copying one or more connectors into the same workspace as the original connectors, the copies are now placed directly beneath the original connectors.
- Minor security fixes to address low level vulnerabilities.
- Added a Kintone connector.
- Rebuilt the lookup experience in database connectors to provide several key improvements:
- The Lookup action now allows for selecting multiple columns and records within the same operation.
- Added a designer to the Lookup action to assist in building queries, referencing information from input files, and testing the configuration directly in the settings tab.
- Added the ability to target a stored procedure with a lookup through the Lookup Stored Procedure action. The existing Execute Stored Procedure action has been improved to match this design.
- When a custom script or condition in the XML Map connector causes the connector to throw an error, the error now references that node by name.
- XML Map no longer hides namespace definitions in the mapping editor.
- Improved the performance of services that receive files passively, especially for connectors like AS2 when requests do not match a configured trading partner profile.
- The Validate connector now allows for linked schemas to pass through it. For example, in a Database → Validate → XML Map flow, the XML Map connector can now reference the schema from the Database connector for mapping.
- Improved the performance of the PDF Label connector.
- The FTP Server connector now requires the reuse of the PI SSL session in the DI channel by default.
- The Magento connector has been rebranded to the Adobe Commerce connector.
- The Excel connector now allows for the specification of a range of cells where the table should be found in Table mode.
- The SharePoint connector now better handles long filenames.
- Fixed an issue in the UI of the SFTP connector that caused the server thumbprint to be overwritten when creating a new public key.
- Application connectors like Salesforce, Shopify, etc. now properly handle aggregate columns when a custom query is defined.
- The Email Receive connector now properly handles message attachments that are not part of MIME encoded entities.