14.03.19 - Apigee Edge cloud release notes
On Thursday, March 20, 2014, we released a new cloud version of Apigee Edge.
If you have questions, go to Apigee Customer Support.
For a list of all Apigee Edge release notes, see Apigee Edge Release Notes.
Following are the new features and enhancements in this release.
- Business Transactions Dashboard
A new Business Transactions Dashbboard lets you combine performance URI patterns on multiple APIs, giving you a view of pattern-based analytics across your API program. Choose Analytics > Business Transactions Dashboard in the Edge management UI.
- Regenerate consumer keys in the UI
A new Regenerate Key button on the details page of a Developer App lets you regenerate a consumer key and consumer secret for a developer. Use this feature, for example, if an existing developer key is no longer secure.
- HTTP response caching
Edge now provides expanded support for HTTP 1.1 response caching, including Entity Tags (ETags), Cache-Control response header directives, and caching and returning compressed responses.
See HTTP response caching.
- New analytics report filter operators
The following new operators are available in analytics report filters: "Like Case-Insensitive", "Not Like", "Similar To", "Not Similar To".
The following bugs are fixed in this release.
|Changing verbs in an API proxy||On the details page of an API Proxy, editing a resource by changing the verb no longer overwrites the condition on a step in the API proxy XML configuration.|
|Node.js proxy Develop view||After creating a Node.js API proxy, the Develop view is now displayed correctly.|
|Save button in API proxy editor||After clicking Save in the API proxy editor, the Save button is disabled after the first click to prevent the mistake of clicking it again.|
|API proxy import and validation||When you try to import an API proxy that has the same name as an existing proxy, a "Duplicate policy name" error message is now thrown, and a duplicate API proxy is not created in Edge. Also, when an API proxy bundle fails validation, no revision of the API proxy is created.|
|Class dependency checking on proxy import||On importing API proxy bundles that contain Java classes, an error message now appears if a required class is missing.|
|MatchesPath operator in API proxy||When using a tilde character (~) instead of MatchesPath operator in an API proxy condition to define a resource, the API proxy resource now appears on the API proxy editor Overview page.|
|Browser hanging on trace||In the beta version of the API proxy trace tool, the browser would hang in certain organizations.|
|API proxy trace with permissions set||API proxy trace functionality now works when a user role containing "trace" permissions is assigned to an API proxy.|
|API proxy trace output||The Trace output in the API proxy editor no longer truncates header values separated by commas. Trace also now displays service callout URIs.|
|Special characters in product names||Parentheses and quotes (single and double) are now supported in product names. Other special characters continue to be supported.|
|Company apps in the UI||Company apps (which are created with the management API) are now clickable and can be deleted in the management UI.|
|Null pointer exception on service callouts||When an API proxy performs a service callout configured with continueOnError, but the service being called isn't available, Edge no longer throws a null pointer exception.|
|SOAP-to-XML transformation||In transforming large SOAP responses to XML, Edge now allows more than 1024 namespaces per URL, which prevents a previous error from being thrown.|
|Environment selector||On the Environment Configuration page, the Environment selection menu is now more intuitively positioned below the Environment Configuration title.|
|Forgotten password email||When you use the Forgot Password feature on the management UI sign-in page, you are now sent an email with a link to change your password. Previously, your password was automatically overwritten with a temporary password, and an email notification was sent.|
|UI issues for custom roles||The management UI now correctly disables relevant features that are not available to users in custom roles. Other UI issues and errors related to custom roles have also been addressed.|
|Viewing developer apps||If you have permission to view developer apps but not products, the details page for a developer is now displayed correctly.|
|"Insufficient permissions" error on custom report modification||Users not in the Organization Administrator role no longer receive an "Insufficient permissions" error when modifying custom reports.|
|No app data on report drill-down||In a custom report, when drilling down on an app to view transaction details, no data was shown.|
|Naming validation of exported analytics reports||The management UI now validates the names of analytics reports being exported to ensure that no unsupported characters are contained in the name.|
|Top-performing APIs charts||The Performance chart on the API Proxies page is now configured to correspond to the Top APIs chart on the Edge dashboard.|
|Analytics GeoMap||The GeoMap in Edge analytics has been enhanced for better performance and accuracy.|
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