Custom domain and appearance
Within the Console, the management of domains and custom appearance for partners has been revised.
Now, on the Access and Security / Domains page, you can edit all the custom domains on which the application is published and associate each domain with a specific partner.
Moreover, for each custom domain, into certain pages, you can lock a partner and edit its appearance including images, labels and CSS resources.
New organization management page
In preparation for the removal of the old administration area, the organization management page has been moved inside the user menu. Within this page, you will be able to edit your organization data, manage users, and configure sub-organizations through a tree view.
Thing Count statistic binding improvement
The thing count statistic that can be bound on a property, now allows defining additional conditions to filter out the thing to count.
For example, you can count the number of active or online machines and save this count at the client level. By doing so, you will be able to search and/or sort customers based on this count.
New Work Session lists widgets
The V2 version of the active and historical work session list widgets has been released. The new widgets support paging instead of infinite scrolling, and the advanced search panel has been aligned with the other list widgets.
For more details about how to migrate your templates, please refer to the Deprecations page.
Thing Definition extension improvements
By using the thing-definition extension, you can now also inherit Work Sessions, Rules, Firmware and Documentation. This way, you can save time in defining new versions of your product and avoid having to redefine objects common to the product family.
Bug fixes (DPS)
- The Notification tab was empty for users with pending activation. This prevented pre-configuring notifications.
- With the new map widget, if the marker was near the bottom edge of the map, the details popup was displayed truncated.
- Display of duplicate units when applying a filter with your own unit of measurement.