- Localization was broken following our previous release, all the information being displayed in English regardless of the selected language. We're sorry for any inconvenience.
- If a trigger had a calendar attached to it and the tenant's timezone was changed after calendar creation, then you couldn't edit the trigger unless you first changed its timezone to match that of the tenant.
job.startedwebhook event was not sent to an external system for jobs started from the Robot tray.
- The roles and folders inherited by a directory user at login time were not audited.
- The payload for webhook queue events did not contain information related to queue SLA changes.
Always thinking about your user experience, we've simplified how you obtain your API access information. The API Access page displays all the information you need to make API calls to your Cloud Platform-based Orchestrator. While at it, we've also eased the authentication process, cutting down on the steps involved and the time consumed performing this operation.
Now you can easily find a link to the latest Enterprise Edition of the UiPath Remote Runtime installer. Expand the new Remote Runtime Installers category within the Resource Center's Resource Links section and click the link. The download starts immediately. Read more about UiPath Remote Runtime here.
- Localization doesn't work on Cloud Portal at the moment. We're working on solving this inconvenience as quickly as possible.
- We replaced the word "account" with the new term organization within the Organization Settings menu and its corresponding page.
Just recently we've released 2019 as our latest long term support Enterprise Edition. Get ready to dive into some of the newest Orchestrator features, already updated and available through your Cloud Platform Orchestrator services.
Your feedback is precious to us and we strive to deliver a better, easier to use product. Therefore, to avoid naming confusion between Cloud Platform accounts (as you knew them until now) and user accounts, starting with this release, the term Organization is used to refer to Cloud Platform accounts. For example, from now on, you access the Organization Settings page to change your settings.
Further improving the user management process within Cloud Platform, we’ve enriched the Users page with information about the users' roles within your organization and the services assigned to them. We’ve also rethought the user editing flow.
The reengineered Edit User window enables you to perform more changes in one single place: change users' names, grant them roles within your organization, assign them to services, and grant them specific service level roles.
No worries, you can still edit users at service level if it suits you better.
- The external library version we used for rendering the Login page had an issue that caused the page to only load partially. This made it impossible to access Cloud Platform. We switched to a stable version of the library which fixed the problem. We're sorry about any inconvenience.
- You could revoke the Administrator role when editing users at service level, even if they were Organization Administrators.
- Audit logs are now displayed properly in the dedicated page.
Updated about a month ago