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Platform Server 10.0.1019.0

Removed from availability on Jan 17, 2020

New in Platform Server 10.0.1019.0

Bug Fixing

  • Fixed a compiler crash when introspecting the database index without the corresponding column. This fix makes the staging of apps between environments more resilient. (RPD-4602)
  • Fixed JPEG images in E11. An invalid content-type response header caused this. (RPD-4591)
  • Solved issue with concurrent calls to stored procedures in MySQL when AutoCommit is On. (RPD-4449)
  • Fixed an issue preventing users of different tenants from submitting feedback. (RPD-4419)
  • Fixed a security vulnerability. CVSSv3.0 score 7.6 (High). (RPD-4310)
  • [.NET Only] Fixed Platform Server license becoming invalid after the machine restarts in recent versions of Windows due to the change of the serial number. (RPD-4216)
  • [.NET Only] Fixed the Service Center application pool crashes in error request scenarios. (RPD-4486)
  • [.NET Only] We fixed a memory performance issue related to Aggregates, SQL elements, and Entity Actions. The connection objects in the generated source code by the platform are now correctly disposed of and do not take up the resources. (RPD-4443)
  • [.NET Only] Fixed compilation when an effective user provider was not included in a solution. Errors were thrown in Compilations of "Users" and any module with "Users" as user provider when "User" had another module as effective user provider. (RPD-4361)
  • [.NET Only] Fixed the error "Circular attribute group reference" when executing the XMLDocument_Load action of the Xml extension. (RPD-3742)
  • [.NET Only] Fixed the scenarios where the "Add Query Origin to Generated SQL" setting wasn't applied. (RSBO-498)
  • [Java Only] Fixed the inefficient performance of getXMLGregorianCalendar method. (RPD-4401)

Known Issues

  • When using the File Upload Rich Widget in a Screen that includes assigns to local variables shared between Preparation and OnNotify actions, Preparation runs multiple times, which may result in data corruption or unexpected runtime behavior.
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