Version 11.3.2 Release Notes
These release notes describe new features, changed features, fixed features, security fixes, deprecated features, and known limitations introduced in Version 11.3.2 for Automation Anywhere Control Room, Enterprise Client, and Bot Insight.
|Control Room new features|
|Automation Anywhere Control Room user interface localization||A Control Room user can change the language of the application's user interface by selecting English (United States), French, Japanese, and Korean from the Control Room. See Control Room interface overview.|
|Password type attribute in Credential Vault (Zendesk # 48249, 49478,52363, 62880, 65358, 84852,100452, 138760, 138779, 141926, 178161)||When creating a credential, you can now mark a specific attribute
as a password type to ensure that a password-type attribute
selection can only be made from the password field in the
commands supporting the Credential Vault
variables in the Enterprise Client interface. This feature
enhances the security of credential variables because the
password-type attributes are not exposed and the value cannot be
printed in a plain text application.
Note: Existing bot users must modify their credential variable definition to use this feature. However, the bots require no modification.
See Create a credential.
|Automatically discover domains and sites across single or multi-forest environments for Active Directory configuration.||Introduced support for automatically discovering domains and sites by the Control Room when the administrator configures or updates Active Directory authentication. See Configuring Control Room for Active Directory: auto mode, Configuring Active Directory Settings, Reset LDAP user credentials|
|Added API to get the Scheduled Activity list in the Control Room||Introduced an API to get the Scheduled Activity list, also available from the page of the Control Room.|
|Provision to communicate with changed database password without reinstalling the Control Room (Zendesk #124537)||When the database password is changed, the Automation Anywhere Enterprise can now communicate with the database without reinstalling the Control Room.|
|Forward Audit Log entries to remote Syslog server(s) (Zendesk # 132247, 145180, 146118)||You can now configure Control Room to forward all Audit Log entries in Syslog format to a remote Syslog server. See Configuring Syslog service.|
|Role-based access to generate API key for Authentication||
|Configure callback URLs for the Bot Deployment API to send bot execution status and bot output||Control Room administrators can now configure callback URLs for the Bot Deployment API on the Control Room Settings page. Use the callback URLs to send the bot success, failure, and reason for failure after the bot finishes execution. See ../control-room/administration/settings/configuration-settings.html#mxf1682866149197__call-back-url.|
|Tag variables in a Bot for data output||Introduced a setting-based API for bot deployment so a Bot Creator can tag variables in a bot for data output.|
|View installed database details||The Control Room settings page now shows the selected database type and the corresponding details. See Control Room Database.|
|Enterprise Client new features|
|Support to recognize Asian languages using Automation Anywhere Enterprise ABBY OCR engine. (Zendesk # 137375)||Automation Anywhere Enterprise with ABBY OCR engine is now able to recognize Asian languages like Korean.|
|Password type attribute in Credential Vault supported commands (Zendesk # 48249, 49478,52363, 62880, 65358, 84852,100452, 138760, 138779, 141926, 178161)||
You can now ensure that when creating a credential in the Control Room, a password-type attribute can only be selected from a password field in the commands supporting Credential Vault variables, by selecting the This is a password attribute. This feature enhances the security of credential variables because the password-type attributes are not exposed and their values cannot be printed in a plain text application.See Credential variables.
|Override default browser and choose browser to use (Zendesk #109820, 26502)||
Using the Override default browser option in the Launch Website command, a bot developer can now choose the browser to use and override the default browser setting of the system.
The supported browsers are Google Chrome, Microsoft Internet Explorer, and Microsoft Edge. See Enterprise 11: Launch Website command.
|Extract custom table control from Flex application||The Object cloning command now enables you to extract the custom table control from the specific Flex application and export it to a .CSV file.|
|Switch Terminal Emulator logs generation||You can now enable and disable the generation of Terminal Emulator logs for mainframe terminals using Advanced Technology during bot execution to capture only the required logs to share for analysis. This preserves user-sensitive information and does not capture the username and password.|
|Support SOAP Version 1.2 in SOAP Web Service command||The SOAP Web Service command now
supports SOAP Version 1.2, which uses the content type
|Improved action of MetaBot with Outlook web application||You can now capture the Microsoft Outlook web application using a MetaBot and do a Click using MetaBot Logic.|
|Add screen using MetaBot for Microsoft Outlook 365 with IE browser||The Add screen feature using MetaBot is now improved for Microsoft Outlook 365 with Microsoft Internet Explorer.|
|Install Flex plug-in supported files in approved Microsoft directory||
The Flex plug-in is now installed in the approved Microsoft directory, that is, the Client installation folder instead of "C:\users\<username>\AutomationAnywhere\"in the following files:
|Option to regularly clean up Terminal Emulator logs||
You can now clean up the Terminal Emulator log at specific intervals to optimize disk space. For example, if you set an interval of seven days, older log files are deleted during cleanup.
Valid interval ranges: 1 through 60 days Default: 7 days.
|Mutual authentication using Access Manager Reverse Proxy server||
|Object Cloning using the Remote Agent for Citrix||
The Remote Agent for Citrix enables you to use the Object Cloning command to capture objects from the applications that are installed on a Citrix environment, even when the Enterprise Client is installed outside the Citrix environment. See Object Cloning command.
|Bot Insight new features|