Version 18.104.22.168 Release Notes
Review the new features, fixed features, and known limitations in Version 22.214.171.124 for Automation Anywhere Control Room and Bot Insight. There are no security fixes in this release.
Role-based access control (RBAC) enhancements
A new permission Assign Roles is available in Control Room that enables more granular access control over various IQ Bot learning instance actions to different groups of users. Users can achieve this by allocating or deallocating custom roles to learning instances. Users can use this new permission in IQ Bot Version 11.3.5.
|Zendesk ticket ID or Service Cloud Case ID||Description|
|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.
Control Room users can now deploy bots, and the device landing page displays data even
if the specified query parameters (SQL and Oracle) are passed to the
Previously, Control Room users were not able to deploy the bot and the device landing page was not loading due to a limitation of the database server. The query execution failed If more than 2100 parameters were passed in the SQL Server and more than 1000 parameters were passed in the Oracle Server. The limitation of the database server has been fixed.
|00495106||Control Room users can now be created in the Active Directory even if the user is a member of a security group and the group names are separated by a comma (,) in the Active Directory domain.|
|00500158||Work Items in the Control Room are processed correctly based on the created device pool and set priority. The priorities are now set properly, and no duplicate priorities are set even when large queues (more than 10) are created on a device pool.|
|00487998||Work Items in the Control Room that are kept on hold or deleted will no longer be processed on the device.|
Control Room known limitations
- You cannot install the Version 126.96.36.199 patch directly
over the Version 188.8.131.52 patch. If you have applied the
Version 184.108.40.206 patch over the Version 220.127.116.11 patch, uninstall the Version 18.104.22.168 patch and then install the Version 22.214.171.124 patch.
If you are using the Version 126.96.36.199 patch, you can directly upgrade to the Version 188.8.131.52 patch.
- The Enterprise Client might be disconnected from the Control Room while upgrading Control Room to Version 184.108.40.206 for high-availability setup. Relogin to all the devices after the upgrade is complete.
- The following special characters are used in the um.properties file to separate domains, organization units, or security groups: comma (,), colon (:), ampersand (&), or pipe (|). Therefore, if any of your Active Directory entities have names that include these special characters, escape these characters by preceding them with a double backslash.
Bot Insight known limitations
The FasterXML jackson-databind component used in the Version 220.127.116.11 library permits data transfer of malicious objects when used in conjunction with polymorphic type handling methods. This is a medium severity issue based on the National Vulnerability Database (NVD) and has no direct impact on the application because ZoomData is not directly accessed by Automation Anywhere Enterprise.