On Thursday, October 27, 2016, we began releasing a new version of Apigee Edge for Public Cloud.
Retired: Monetization Limits
The monetization Limits feature has been removed from the management UI (Admin > Limits). See the deprecation notice for more details, including what to use instead: Limit feature deprecation notice. (DEVRT-3259)
New features and updates
Following are the new features and updates in this release.
Create encrypted key value maps in the UI
When creating an environment-scoped key value map (KVM) in the management UI (APIs > Environment Configuration > Key Value Maps), a new Encrypted checkbox lets you create an encrypted KVM. After you add keys to the KVM, the encrypted values appear in the management UI as asterisks (*****). You add keys/values to an encrypted KVM exactly as you do for non-encrypted KVMs. Full backend support for encrypted KVMs was available in cloud release 160921. (EDGEUI-764)
Renamed "Error Code Analysis" dashboard
The "Error Analysis" dashboard has been renamed to "Error Code Analysis." The dashboard includes API calls with HTTP status codes of 4xx and 5xx. (EDGEUI-738)
TPS data on proxy dashboards
Data for average transactions per second ("Average TPS") has been added to the main Proxy Traffic dashboard. In addition, when you hover over individual data points on the Proxy Traffic and Proxy Performance charts, TPS for that time interval is displayed in the tooltip. (EDGEUI-668)
Analytics error display
When an analytics dashboard received a 500 error, the management UI displayed "Report timed out" regardless of the error. To provide better troubleshooting capabilities, the UI now displays the actual error. (EDGEUI-753)
Inactive developer indicators in the UI
When an app developer is set to "Inactive," the developer's apps and credentials are no longer valid even though they remain in an "Approved" state. Now when viewing an inactive developer's apps and credentials in the management UI, the "Approved" status label on apps and credentials is displayed in strikethrough text, and a mouseover tooltip on the label indicates that the developer is inactive. If the developer is restored to "Active," her approved apps and credentials are once again valid, and the strikethrough text on the "Approved" label is removed. (EDGEUI-728)
The following bugs are fixed in this release. This list is primarily for users checking to see if their support tickets have been fixed. It's not designed to provide detailed information for all users.
|EDGEUI-768||Proxy creation with StockQuote WSDL is failing|