IQ Bot Version 184.108.40.206 Release Notes
Review the new features, changed features, and fixed features in Version 220.127.116.11 of Automation Anywhere IQ Bot. There are no security fixes in this release.
|Default validations for
When editing a learning instance, you can now use the Select the default validations group drop-down menu to select an available group. The custom logic and validations for the selected group will apply to all new group documents in production.
|Change in encryption protocol support (Service Cloud
case ID: 00687856, 00707964)
IQ Bot now supports only TLS 1.2 and higher.
|Python library upgrade (Service Cloud case ID:
IQ Bot now uses Python version 3.9.5 for data extraction.
|Node.JS upgrade (Service Cloud case ID: 00737129,
IQ Bot now uses Node.JS version 10.24.1.
|RabbitMQ upgrade (Service Cloud case ID: 00771128,
IQ Bot now uses RabbitMQ version 3.8.16.
|Service Cloud case ID||Description|
|00668412, 00644948, 00717414||When you upload a document to a learning instance in production, IQ Bot now runs without failures caused by deadlocks.|
|00702139||When you are loading the dashboard, editing a learning instance, or extracting results to a CSV, the page no longer freezes.|
|--||You can now successfully add fields to a learning instance that
is on a cluster and click Save. Previously,
an error caused the Edit learning instance page to be stuck on the
|00651057||IQ Bot can now connect to Control Room Ignite cache without any errors. This fixes the issue that previously caused IQ Bot to not display all learning instances.|
|--||You can now access IQ Bot after a fresh installation without issues. Previously, there was a communication issue between IQ Bot and Control Room.|
|00784016||The Upload API now supports requests that contain
|00728523||When you add a field to a learning instance, the change is now reflected in all the existing bots for that learning instance.|
|00795424, 00723586||When you move a learning instance between environments, unclassified data is no longer exported.|