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The following sections describe the known issues with Apigee Edge. In most cases, the issues listed will be fixed in a future release.
Known issues with the Edge UI
The following sections describe the known issues with the Edge UI.
|Can't access Edge SSO Zone Administration page from navigation bar after organization is mapped to an identity zone||When you connect an organization to an identity zone, you can no longer access the Edge SSO Zone Administration page from the left navigation bar by selecting Admin > SSO. As a workaround, navigate to the page directly using the following URL: https://apigee.com/sso|
Known issues with the integrated portal
The following sections describe the known issues with the integrated portal.
|SAML identity provider||Single logout (SLO) with the SAML identity provider is not supported for custom domains. To enable a custom domain with a SAML identity provider, leave the Sign-out URL field blank when you configure SAML settings.|
Known issues with Edge for Private Cloud
The following sections describe the known issues with Edge for Private Cloud.
As a workaround, install
149245401: LDAP connection pool settings for JNDI configured through the LDAP resource are not reflected, and JNDI defaults cause single-use connections each time. As a result, connections are being opened and closed each time for single use, creating a large number of connections per hour to the LDAP server.
In order to change the LDAP connection pool properties, do the following steps to set a global change across all LDAP policies.
To verify that your connection pool JNDI properties are taking effect, you can perform a tcpdump to observe the behavior of the LDAP connection pool over time.
|High Request Processing Latency||
139051927: High proxy processing latencies found in the Message Processor are affecting all API Proxies. Symptoms include 200-300ms delays in processing times over normal API response times and can occur randomly even with low TPS. This can occur when than more than 50 target servers in which a message processor makes connections.
Root cause: Message processors keep a cache that maps target server URL to HTTPClient object for outgoing connections to target servers. By default this setting is set to 50 which may be too low for most deployments. When a deployment has multiple org/env combinations in a setup, and have a large number of target servers that exceed 50 altogether, the target server URLs keep getting evicted from cache, causing latencies.
Validation: To determine if target server URL eviction is causing the latency problem, search the Message Processor system.logs for keyword "onEvict" or "Eviction". Their presence in the logs indicate that target server URLs are getting evicted from the HTTPClient cache because the cache size is too small.
For Edge for Private Cloud versions 19.01 and 19.06, you can edit and configure the HTTPClient
Then restart the message processor. Make the same changes for all message processors.
The value 500 is an example. The optimal value for your setup should be greater than the number of target servers that the message processor would connect to. There are no side effects from setting this property higher, and the only affect would be an improved message processor proxy request processing times.
Note: Edge for Private Cloud version 50.00 has the default setting of 500.
|Multiple entries for key value maps||
157933959: Concurrent inserts and updates to the same key value map (KVM) scoped to the organization or environment level causes inconsistent data and lost updates.
Note: This limitation only applies to Edge for Private Cloud. Edge for Public Cloud and Hybrid do not have this limitation.
For a workaround in Edge for Private Cloud, create the KVM at the