Workday Connector Release Notes - Mule 4
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Anypoint Connector for Workday is a software as a service (SaaS) solution developed by Workday comprising of a set of management applications that cover areas such as human resources management, staffing, recruiting, and performance management. Workday Connector requires an Enterprise license.
October 15, 2020
Upgraded the Workday API to 35.0. (CONN-6946)
Added the Moments operation, which enables you to invoke the Workday Moments Web Service.
To learn more about the changes in this major release, see Upgrade Workday Connector.
April 24, 2020
Upgraded the Workday API to 34.0. (CONN-5640)
Student Coreoperation, which enables you to invoke the Workday Student Core Web Service
On New Objectsinput source with the
On Modified Objectsinput source, which polls data more efficiently
Changed all operations so that they return headers as attributes
Added the ability to create response timeouts for the input source (
On Modified Objects) and all connector operations by using the new
Response Timeout Unitfields
Split the connection timeout fields into value and time unit fields
For more information, see Upgrade the Connector to Version 12.0.
October 24, 2019
When using Workday Connector in Anypoint Studio, depending on connectivity conditions, a timeout can occur while obtaining Workday metadata. See Increase Timeout in Studio in the Workday Connector documentation.
The only way to test connections between a Mule app and Workday is to have permissions for the Get_Degrees operation in the Performance_Management web service.
September 27, 2019
Improved error handling. The validation
WORKDAY:VALIDATION_ERRORand the processing
WORKDAY:PROCESSING_ERRORerror types were added.
The Workday 11.0.0 Max In Memory Size field name was changed in Workday 11.1.0 to In Memory Size. The type and description for this field stays the same.
November 9, 2018
This connector now supports multiple versions of the Workday API.
New Object Trigger - You can now start a flow with the connector every time an object of a specific type is created.