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RosettaNet Connector Release Notes

July 2017

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The Anypoint Connector for RosettaNet sends and receives RosettaNet messages using RNIF 2.00.01. The connector automatically handles send timeouts and retries, and responds to received messages with the appropriate HTTP response and/or signal. Users work directly with the RosettaNet message service content as an XML document.

Version 1.1.0 - July 19, 2017

Compatibility:

Software Version

Mule Runtime

3.7.0

Java

7

Version 1.1.0 - Features

  • Added support for TLS configurations.

  • TLS host name verification controlled by org.mule.modules.rosettanet.client.TlsHostNameVerify property (default is true)

  • Supports multiple partners at the same endpoint in HTTP Listener.

Version 1.1.0 - Fixed in this Release

  • Corrected PIP 3C3 action codes.

  • Corrected problem with alias used for registering action or signal.

Version 1.1.0 - Known Issues

Only supports:

  • Asynchronous response messages

  • RNIF 2.00.01

  • Cluster 3 PIPs (limited selection)

Version 1.0.1 - May 2, 2017

Compatibility:

Software Version

Mule Runtime

3.7.0

Java

7

Version 1.0.1 - Features

None.

Version 1.0.1 - Fixed in this Release

  • Properly populated values under <KnownInitiatingPartner>.

  • Fixed a HTTP header issue.

Version 1.0.1 - Known Issues

Only supports:

  • HTTP transport binding

  • Asynchronous response messages

  • RNIF 2.00.01

  • Cluster 3 PIPs (limited selection)

Version 1.0.0 - April 12, 2017

Compatibility:

Software Version

Mule Runtime

3.7.0

Java

7

Version 1.0.0 - Features

  • Receive action message - The connector acts as the source for flows processing received action messages matching the PIP configuration.

  • Receive failure notification message - The connector acts as the source for flows processing received failure notification messages (PIP 0A1).

  • Receive signal message - The connector acts as the source for flows processing received acknowledgment or exception signals, or send failures (after retries exceeded).

  • Set metadata for received action - The connector adds metadata for a received action message matching the PIP configuration, simplifying DataWeave usage.

  • Set metadata for received failure - The connector adds metadata for a received failure notification message, simplifying DataWeave usage.

  • Set metadata for receive signal - The connector adds metadata supplied by acknowledgment or exception signals, or by send failures, simplifying DataWeave usage.

  • Send action message - The connector sends action messages matching the PIP configuration.

  • Send failure message - The connector sends failure notification messages (PIP 0A1).

Version 1.0.0 - Fixed in this Release

None.

Version 1.0.0 - Known Issues

Only supports:

  • HTTP transport binding

  • Asynchronous response messages

  • RNIF 2.00.01

  • Cluster 3 PIPs (limited selection)

No support for:

  • Message encryption

  • Certificate revocation (directly managed by used in keystore)

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