On Friday, November 7, 2014, we released a patch for the on-premises version of Apigee Edge.
New features and enhancements
Following are the new features and enhancements in this release.
Configure URL encoding when serializing a request
You can now configure http.properties in your message processor to not encode the URL when serializing a request line. These properties are global to the message processor.To configure your message processor to not encode the URL when serializing a request line:
- Access the property file .../conf/http.properties.
- Edit the file to set the HTTPClient.urlencode.request.line property to false and HTTPClient.urlencode.request.line to false.
The following bugs are fixed in this release.
|Netty profile||Netty profile on the router is no longer blocking the PATCH HTTP method. The method no longer returns a "501 NOT IMPLEMENTED" error.|
|Added missing configuration params||
Two missing configurations were added to the apigee4/config/ui.apigee.conf file:
Once you set these values, an admin user will be able to add users, activation link emails will be sent (if a valid SMTP configuration exists), and the forgot password link on the login page will work.
|Developer Page now shows developers||The Developers page in the Edge management UI now correctly shows the list of developers.|
|Email addresses containing hyphens now supported||A GET of a user with an email address that includes a hyphen now works as expected.|
|Prorated usage fee and actual fee charged are being calculated using an inconsistent number of decimal places.||All transaction fees are now calculated to the granularity of two decimal places.|