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API Community Manager Release Notes

December 2019

API Community Manager Package version: 1.35

New Features

There are no new features in this release.

Updates

  • API Community Manager introduces limited support of Microsoft Internet Explorer 11 for API discovery and displaying content components including API Carousel, API Catalog, and API Documentation Viewer.

  • Improved install process.

Fixed Issues

  • Improved informative messages in the components and control panel when data is not available.

  • The API Carousel, API Catalog, and Search Results components sort APIs alphabetically.

  • Search operates on global and API-level forums and topics.

  • Corrected API Console navigation and display of request headers.

  • Images in API Exchange markdown pages render correctly in a community, including images from API assets that are not public in Exchange.

  • If the API Community Manager control panel is open in one browser tab, and the community is activated and published in a second browser tab or window, then the Open Community button in the control panel opens the community correctly.

  • If a client application has a contract with an API instance, and a new SLA tier is added after the client is created, then this client application can upgrade to the new tier.

  • Advanced filtering in the API Carousel and API Catalog components supports Exchange category names that contain spaces.

Known Issues

  • Upgrading from a package version before 1.26 requires additional steps during the upgrade process.

  • When an access request (contract) for a client application is approved, the client application owner receives a standard Anypoint Platform email notification instead of email customized with community branding.

November 2019

API Community Manager Package version: 1.26

New Features

  • New API Catalog Lightning component enables discovering APIs by exploring interactively.

  • New ACM Search Box and ACM Search Results Lightning components enable integrated search across business-oriented and API-specific content.

Updates

  • Performance is improved through usage of platform cache.

  • Lightning components are compliant with WCAG-2.1 (A-level).

  • Lightning components are updated to API version 45.

  • Exchange categories are supported for advanced filtering in the API Carousel and API Catalog components.

Fixed Issues

  • No fixed issues in this release.

Known Issues

  • Upgrading from a previous version of the package requires additional steps.

  • Exchange categories with spaces are not supported for advanced filtering in the API Carousel and API Catalog components.

  • After activating and publishing a community in a different browser tab or window, the API Community Manager control panel must be refreshed (reloaded) for the Open Community button to correctly open the community.

  • Client applications that have an existing contract with an API instance can’t be upgraded to new SLA tiers added after the client was created.

    To use these new SLA tiers, you must create a new client application and request a new contract.

  • When an access request (contract) for a client application is approved, the client application owner receives a standard Anypoint Platform email notification instead of a customized email with the community branding.

  • Images in API Exchange markdown pages are not rendered correctly in a community unless the API asset is made public in Exchange.

August 2019

API Community Manager Package version: 1.16

New Features

There are no new features in this release.

Updates

  • Support provided for multiple API Consoles in the same page.

  • New "Learn More" component provides direct access to the API business page from any other page.

  • New "API details" component provides direct access to the API details page from any other page.

  • Member lists allow refresh without reloading the complete control panel.

  • Confirmation requested when activating or deactivating a member.

Fixed Issues

  • Corrected position of endpoint information in the API Console component.

  • Corrected spacing and tab highlighting on the API Console Try it now panel.

  • Corrected response preview rendering in the API Console Try it now panel.

Known Issues

  • After activating and publishing a community in a different browser tab or window, the API Community Manager control panel must be refreshed (reloaded) for the Open Community button to correctly open the community.

  • Client applications that have an existing contract with an API instance can’t be upgraded to new SLA tiers added after the client was created.

    To use these new SLA tiers, you must create a new client application and request a new contract.

  • When an access request (contract) for a client application is approved, the client application owner receives a standard Anypoint Platform email notification instead of a customized email with the community branding.

  • Images in API Exchange markdown pages are not rendered correctly in a community unless the API asset is made public in Exchange.

July 2019

Initial release of API Community Manager.

API Community Manager Package version: 1.14

Features

  • Simple out-of-the-box API portal/API community template.

  • Point-and-click and code-based branding, look and feel, and customization of site structure.

  • Publishing of API specs, documentation pages and API Console from Exchange for selected APIs.

  • CMS content authoring and publication (news, articles, events, and blogs).

  • Salesforce Lightning components to interact with the Anypoint Platform from a community.

  • Discussion forums.

  • Member onboarding with approval process.

  • Client application onboarding, application credentials management, and consumption analytics view.

  • Extensibility through custom components.

Known Issues

  • After activating and publishing a community in a different browser tab or window, the API Community Manager control panel must be refreshed (reloaded) for the Open Community button to correctly open the community.

  • Client applications that have an existing contract with an API instance can’t be upgraded to new SLA tiers added after the client was created.

    To use these new SLA tiers, you must create a new client application and request a new contract.

  • When an access request (contract) for a client application is approved, the client application owner receives a standard Anypoint Platform email notification instead of a customized email with the community branding.

  • Images in API Exchange markdown pages are not rendered correctly in a community unless the API asset is made public in Exchange.

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