V6.03 upgrade 11-19-17

  1. The “Service Manager” subsystem has been renamed to “Connection Manager”. This currently unused subsystem has been updated to use the connections page in the automation editor.

  2. The buttons in the admin console’s “System Compile” screen are now sorted alphabetically.

  3. In the admin console’s “System Compile” screen, the runtime option for the assembly editor has been removed, it is now only compiled to HTML5 (Adobe Flash is no longer supported).

  4. The V1 automation builder and V1 automation execution engine code has been removed from the system. It has been dormant since all automations have been migrated to V2.

  5. The config.xml now has two new settings under server->smtp->standard for outbound emails via SMTP. can be used to specify a different SMTP port number than the default of 25. , if true, will connect to the SMTP server using SSL. The docker-compose.yml has two new environment variables for these settings, APIANT_SMTP_STANDARD_PORT and APIANT_SMTP_STANDARD_IS_SSL

  6. The automation editor’s Connections screen now scrolls back to the previous position when changes are made, rather than always returning to the top.

  7. Rendering performance of the automation editor’s Connections screen has been improved when lots of apps are connected.

  8. After connecting an app account in the automation editor’s Connections screen, the popover catalog is now automatically closed.

  9. The StatusCake integration has been updated to use their latest API endpoints.

  10. When editing and an automation having two-way sync triggers/actions, changing configuration settings and saving the automation no longer causes the two-way sync ids in the database to be flushed. Now the only way to flush two-way sync ids from the database for an automation is to use the “reset” menu option from the automation’s gear icon in the dashboard.

  11. The Email module can now specify CC and BCC email addresses.

  12. Added APIANT_STDOUT_LOG and APIANT_WEBHOOKS_LOG as docker-compose.yml environment variable settings.

  13. The developer menu in the assembly editor has two new options to purge the stdout and webhooks log files. The menu options only appear if the system is configured to have these log files.

  14. The “Text from XML Nodes” module has been renamed “Data Nodes - Serialize” to better reflect what it does and to place it in the catalog grouping with other data node process modules.

  15. The admin console’s “Native Work Queue” screen now displays the peak minimum free system memory.

  16. The system’s can now send the sysadmin an email about the system’s free memory falling below the configured alert threshold up to once per day, rather than just once until the system is rebooted again.

  17. When an automation has an error with a trigger data row, the automation engine now just stores that single data row in the database to be retried later, rather than storing all data rows emitted by the trigger. This is to optimize and reduce database storage.

  18. Fixed the “…trigger data row x of y…” messages in automation debug logs so the values are accurate.