Version 2.71 (2021-06-15)
Technical documentation available online
All technical documentation for Managed IoT Cloud, including API specifications, Release Notes, and Getting Started Guides, are available online: https://docs.telenorconnexion.com/mic/
Patch Release 2.70.1
Patch release 2.70.1 was deployed 2021-06-02, addressing the following issues:
- Fixed an issue introduced by a recent release causing duplicated shadow updates for Networked Things
- Corrected a problem with the interpretation of permissions for the Rules API, that was e.g. preventing users with relevant permissions from creating new Rules
Debugger for Thing communications and Events
A new “Developer Tools” menu item has been added to Settings in App Board. Clicking this item will open a new browser tab containing a live feed of Thing communication and system Events (such as Rule executions). This is helpful, for example, when connecting a Thing for the first time, or when troubleshooting various aspects of the communication behavior and the platform configuration.
By default, the debugger will display messages from the Event-topic, which can be filtered using the toggles in the left hand side menu.
In addition to this, the drop down in the menu can be used to add communication related to specific Thing(s) to the feed.
This is the first release of the Developer Tools and Debugger. Feedback and comments are more than welcome – please use the email link in the Debugger!
Updated look and feel for the Gauge widget in App Board
The Gauge widget in App Board has an updated look and feel (as well as updated technology under the hood).
The available settings and capabilities of the widget are unchanged for the time being.
Removed “known limitation” from Permissions
A previous “known limitation” of Permissions was that the Event API REALTIME action was not accessible for users without a System Role assigned. This limitation is now removed, and the documentation has been updated accordingly.
Minor improvements and corrections
Minor enhancements and bug fixes are delivered by the new release, including:
- A new mechanism for sending emails from the Managed IoT Cloud platform has been implemented, providing improved scalability and robustness
- ‘path’ has been added as a response option for Domain in the GraphQL API