IQ Bot Version 126.96.36.199 Release Notes
Review the new features, changed features, and fixed features in Version 188.8.131.52 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.|
|Sometimes, the PDFBox is unable detect PDF (Portable Document Format) documents accurately. We recommend that you first convert the documents into PDF using Adobe Acrobat before uploading it to IQ Bot.|