Keep up with the latest updates we’ve made in Workato.
On-prem Agent (OPA) logs now available in Logging Service
By default, this feature is disabled, but it can be enabled in workspaces with OPA and Logging Service via the on-prem group level settings.
Recipe Hyperlink in Manifest
In an effort to improve the Recipe Lifecycle Management experience, you can now navigate directly to changed recipes by clicking the recipe hyperlink in the manifest. This enhancement makes it quick and easy to review any recipe changes before deploying updates.
Update to dashboard job totals
As part of a slow rollout, some customers will now see that the Dashboard counts jobs only once, by the last repeated job (e.g. a single job that has been repeated three times and failed each time will display as one failed job in the Dashboard). This behavior matches the Jobs History table, and should result in clearer analytics about the total successful and failed job counts for a given time period.
Once released widely to all existing workspaces, this will be the default behavior for all net new workspaces.
Cancel multiple jobs in process
You can now select multiple jobs in the Jobs History table and cancel. Only jobs in process can be canceled.
Select/deselect all tables when creating a manifest
When creating a manifest file for your project, you can now select/deselect all tables that you would like to include from the project. This update brings the table select behavior in line with the properties select behavior, allowing you to more quickly create manifests for complex projects.
Environment deployment permission update
Our latest update introduces a new Deployment permission for deploying project across environments. Effective December 12, 2023, users need this permission in both Development and target environments in order to deploy, replacing the Recipe lifecycle management requirement.
The Deployment permission is enabled for system roles and custom roles as follows:
- Admin: Enabled
- Analyst: Enabled
- Operator: Disabled
- Custom: Disabled until an admin manually enables it
This security enhancement provides better control over who can deploy to production or test environments by separating deployment permissions from recipe lifecycle management permissions.
Manage workspace users with the new User Audit API
- Get details of the authenticated user
- Get a list of members in your workspace
- Get details about a user you specify
- Get the role and privileges for a workspace user you specify
Navigate faster than ever with our Workspace settings and profile settings split!
We've revamped our navigational experience by separating workspace related settings from your personal profile settings. Our new Workspace admin tab is your go-to tab to find all environment related features such AI usage, Secrets Management, Key management, Audit Log Streaming, and more!
The personal profile tab on the other hand houses your personal information such as your name, email, workspace memberships and is the place you go to configure 2FA for your own account!
Streamline asset management with new filtering options
Discover assets more efficiently with our enhanced filters. Previously, you could only filter assets by type and status. Now, you can also filter by apps, recipe trigger, and editors.
On-prem Agent (OPA) 22.0 Release
- Security: updated Java runtime to version 17.0.9+9.
- MySQL: updated JDBC driver to version 8.2.0.
- Monitoring: fixed initialization error when starting agent with monitoring feature enabled.
- Hardening: fixed rare reconnection bug when using a proxy.
- Hardening: fixed memory consumption for long-running agents.
- Configuration: reduced default graceful shutdown timeout to 30 seconds.
See the OPA release notes for this and previous updates to OPA.