Unique asset_id column has been added to integration_manager_instance table.
In Activity Log, it is possible now to fully track Accelerator/Package deployments.
System admins can create a new group in Atlassian and to map it to an account.
It is possible to assign/remove users to/from Atlassian groups.
There is a new column in the Connections table that allows you enable/disable debugging for deployed Pricefx connections.
The 'Account - Edit' permission used to contain also the permission to create/delete integrations and to manage users. Now these two permissions have been separated (and automatically assigned to users who have the 'Account - Edit' permission).
It is possible to run data uploads with various separators, such as , ; : - > | * ` and quote chars.
Upgrades: A date range picker is available next to the quick filters and the "Time to" column has been removed from the table.
When a new partition starts reporting, the UUID of all partitions that have this ID is checked to prevent duplicities. If the ID is the same, the record is renamed/moved to the appropriate node record (so that Account, Cluster is correctly reflected) and the original references are removed.
When there several super assets workflows generated for the same user and their approvers and number of approvals are the same, the workflows are merged.
Trigger states used in setting up notification rules have been unified with Pricefx partition states: Waiting for dispatch > Pending, Queued for execution > Scheduled, Failed > Error, Finished > Ready.
Notification email mentions now only the partition/route state which triggered the notification, not all the states from the definition.
It is possible to select "Marketplace > Templates Management" page as the default route in User Preferences.
Notification email generated for a route check newly contains also the IM instance name; for a partition check it now contains the account name.
The Notifications overview for an account newly shows also partition name and IM instance columns.
PlatformManager can now be used as a SAML client, i.e. if users use their own SSO solution, they can use it to authenticate to log into PlatformManager. Currently, this feature runs as proof of concept. If you are interested in using it, please reach out to Pricefx Support.
Account owners are notified when a new user is added to the account they own.
Users are notified when some of their user rights are revoked or when they are removed from a project.