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On Monday, March 20, 2017, we released a new version of Apigee Edge for Private Cloud.
To update your installation, perform the following procedure:
On all Edge nodes, clean Yum repos:
> sudo yum clean all
On all Edge UI nodes, update edge-ui:
>/opt/apigee/apigee-setup/bin/update.sh -c ui -f configFile
The following bugs are fixed in this release.
|Issue ID||Description||Build number|
User session not destroyed when user logs out of Edge UI
When a user logs out of the Edge UI, the session cookie for the user is deleted. However, while the user is logged in, malware or other malicious software running on the user's system could obtain the cookie and use it to access the Edge UI.
You can configure the Edge UI to store information about current sessions in server memory. When the user logs out, their session information is deleted, preventing another user from using the cookie to access the Edge UI. See Configure the Edge UI to store session information in memory for more.
Can now set rules for auto generating passwords in the Edge UI
The Edge UI auto generates user passwords for new users. Users are typically then sent an email that allows them to change the auto generated password. You can now set the rules used to create these passwords. See Configure rules used to auto generate Edge UI passwords for more.
Can now set the password hint text in the Edge UI
You can now control the text that appears in the reset password dialog box in the Edge UI. This is useful if you have special requirements on user passwords. See Setting the password hint text in the Edge UI for more.
|EDGEUI-664||Edge UI session is now correctly extended when user performs an action||edge-ui-4.17.01-0.0.3814|
Specifying session.maxAge in minutes now works
You can now configure the session timeout of the Edge UI in minutes by setting the conf_application_session.maxAge property in the /<inst_root>/apigee/customer/application/ui.properties file.