Version 220.127.116.11 Release Notes
Review the changed features and fixed features in Version 18.104.22.168 for Automation Anywhere Control Room and Enterprise Client. There are no new features, security fixes, or known limitations in this release.
Retrieve all characters from an Excel cell
using Get Cell Value in the Excel command
Service Cloud case ID: 00390855
In the Excel command, a Get Cell Value check box is now available for the Get Cells, Specific Cell option, which you can use to perform the following:
Display email received date and time in local time zone
for the Email Automation
Zendesk ticket ID: 94592, 00458979
In the Email Automation command, when you select IMAP or POP3 as the server type, a Use local timezone check box is now available. When you select this check box, the email received date and time is displayed in the local time zone.
If the Use local timezone check box option is not selected, the email received date and time is displayed in the server time zone.
Configure timeout to unlock
machine for Auto Login
Service Cloud case ID: 00452226
You can now configure a timeout period in the AA.Settings.xml configuration file that enables the machine to wait until Auto Login unlocks the machine. The default value is 60 seconds. You can increase or decrease the timeout value according to the time taken by the machine to unlock and successfully deploy the bot.
|Zendesk ticket ID/Service Cloud case ID||Description|
|00469758||The scheduler now automatically corrects (auto-corrects) the state of the Quartz table, preventing the scheduler from stopping work. As a result, schedules no longer disappear and the scheduler properly triggers the schedules based on the next occurrence.|
|00362547||When an attended bot is run on the Bot Runner machine and that bot is not uploaded on the Control Room, the task run data for that bot is not included in the history. As a result, exceptions are not displayed.|
|00437121||Login to the Control Room is no longer delayed if the logged-in user is assigned a locker role (Owner, Manager, and Participant) or Queue (Owner or Participant). The system performance is no longer degraded.|
|00363307||Caching service was restarting due to a lost connection between the SQL database and the Control Room node. The connection might be lost due to network connectivity issues, routing issues, or SQL server availability. When the connection was lost, the segmentation processor logic marked the node as segmented. This triggered the Ignite service restart. This issue is fixed by trying to reconnect with the database. If the connection can be reestablished within approximately 7 seconds, the caching service does not restart. In short, this fix applies to short-term database connection losses.|
|00376702||Two threads in the caching service were using the same JDBC statement: one for reading the status of the Ignite cluster and the other for updating the status of the Ignite cluster. Two threads concurrently using the same statement object sometimes resulted in null pointer exception in the Ignite segmentation processor. When this issue occurred, the segmentation processor logic stopped functioning. This issue is now fixed by ensuring each thread uses its own JDBC statement.|
|00378563, 00373297, 00470918, 00462701||Fixed an invalid partition issue with Apache Ignite in a clustered environment. Communication between the Apache Ignite cache nodes in the Control Room with the clustered setup is resolved. The Control Room installed with any number of nodes now works properly.|
|234083, 237875, 244110||Users can now manually configure the time interval value of
the database connection retries in the
cluster.properties file. If the
database is reconnected within the time specified in the
cluster.properties file, the Apache Ignite cache node in the cluster setup will not
restart the Apache Ignite server, keeping the device and
the Control Room user connected. The default
value of the time property
Note: Restart the Control Room services on each node for the manually configured value of the time property to work effectively. Also, set the time in milliseconds.