In this release we introduce application graph viewer and new data model viewer capabilities in VIS. We have also standardised CSRF token handling which improves large file handling.
For detailed information please see the relevant sections.
the edorasware team
We introduced an experimental graph view for the App model which shows all the models contained in the App in a graphical form with arrows connecting the referencing and referenced models. By default, only case and process models are shown, however, form models can be seen by changing the filter settings.
The App graph is currently in experimental state and therefore not enabled by default. In order to control its activation, a new system property called
.enabled has been introduced (see the upgrade notes).
Once activated the App graph view becomes the default view of the App model.
It is not advised to activate the App graph view in production as long as it is in experimental state.
The experimental data model viewer has been improved with the following new capabilities:
Provision to add comments against variables
Provision to add new variables with scope and comments
Provision to delete unreferenced variables
CSRF token generator and sliding window repository were replaced by the 'standard' CSRF token handlers implemented in the spring security library.
Aspose slides library was upgraded to the version
16.6.0. The upgrade was initiated by the bug fixes done in the Aspose slides library.
Please have a detailed look at the upgrade notes for this version so that you are able to upgrade to the newer version in a controlled manner.