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Version: Bamboo Operations Centre v1.5.1
Release date: December 16, 2013
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This update will be available to all xMatters Bamboo clients as of December 16, 2013. Please contact your xMatters enablement representative to request an upgrade.
Issues Fixed in This Patch Release
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|BAM-942||Exporting of plans fails if data contains certain characters||Details|
|BAM-964||Country code requirements for Mobile Phone are applied to Phone; incorrect error is displayed||Details|
|BAM-923||Status displayed after sending a bulk message is not meaningful||Details|
|BAM-927||No "Bulk Message" status shown for Send SMS or Send Push Message||Details|
|BAM-928||Bulk Send status indicate success even when no devices could be notified||Details|
|BAM-931||No validation of certificates or passwords for Apple Push shown in Operations Centre user interface||Details|
|BAM-967||No validation of account user/password for SMS shown in Operations Centre user interface||Details|
Details For Issues Fixed In This Release
Exporting of plans fails if data contains certain characters
An issue was reported where attempting to export a plan would fail, but no error would be returned except within the Operations Centre server logs. This was traced to an issue with the handling of special characters, such as < or >, which caused the HTML processing to fail. The export process should now be able to handle special characters.
Country code requirements for Mobile Phone are applied to Phone; incorrect error is displayed
An error was identified with the Contact details page in the user interface where attempting to add a phone device would fail, and the user would be prompted with an error message indicating that the number for the mobile phone must begin with a country code. This issue has been addressed.
Status displayed after sending a bulk message is not meaningful
The status message displayed after sending bulk messages (e.g., Apple Installation Email, Device Registration Email, Send SMS, etc.) is not particularly meaningful and can imply success even when an error is enountered. The status message has been updated to provide more information, and include relevant information about any errors.
No "Bulk Message" status shown for Send SMS or Send Push Message
Using the bulk message feature for Send SMS or Send Push Message on the Company Contacts page did not indicate whether the operation was successful. A message indicating success (or any errors encountered) has been added to the user interface.
Bulk Send status indicate success even when no devices could be notified
Sending a bulk Apple Installation Email from the Company Contacts page would result in a message saying that the emails were sent, even if there were no eligible devices to receive the message. The user interface will now indicate how many devices, and how many contacts, received the message.
No validation of certificates or passwords for Apple Push shown in Operations Centre user interface
The Operations Centre user interface did not perform any validation of the certificates and passwords required for Apple Push notifications. This meant that an expired certificate or a mis-typed password would prevent any notifications from being sent to the device. Validation has been added to the user interface that will warn users if they have or attempt to upload an expired certificate, and prevents users from changing passwords on an existing certificate.
No validation of account user/password for SMS shown in Operations Centre user interface
The Bamboo Operations Centre user interface did not display any content in password fields, which made it easy to accidentally misconfigure user settings, and difficult to troubleshoot problems. To help identify and trace issues, the user interface will now display a popup error message indicating when an incorrect password has been entered. This also makes it possible to send a test message to an SMS device to check the current configuration.
JDN-4429 Originally created by Don Clark