Quality Clouds 20.4.4.0 Release Notes

Release date: 28th December 2020


Highlights

  • Too many instances in the nav? We've got it covered

If you have more than 10 instances, you can search for them by typing in the instance names:

The instances are also sorted by the ones with latest scan date. 


  • Drill-down to issues? Check!

Our graphs in the Executive views (for both ServiceNow and Salesforce) are now more interactive. You can click to drill-down to specific issue details. 

Quality Clouds for ServiceNow

  • We've improved the ways in which you can compare the open and closed issues between two different scans

On our new Compare Issues view you can now see the three following sets of data: Issues created between scans, Issues solved between scans, and the Net issue change between scans.

See more at Compare issues.


  • Too many widgets? We're letting you scroll through them easily

Our Profiling view now contains a scrollable left-hand side nav. Use the down arrowand up arrowthat let you move between the different widgets. 

See more on Profiling.


  • We're now checking a few new configuration elements 

Our analysis now covers the following configuration elements:

    • Update Sets
    • REST Message Methods
    • SOAP Message Functions
    • Transform Map - Field Maps
    • Database Indexes

Of these, Update Sets, Field Maps and Database Indexes are required to support the following new rules on the default ruleset Fields used to coalesce records in a Table Transform Map should be indexed and Update Sets should contain a description

REST Message Methods and SOAP Message Functions have been included to support future enhancements on the Integrations dashboard. 

The following new rules are included: 

As of this release, custom rules can be defined to support naming conventions on Update Sets, REST Message Methods and SOAP Message Functions.

Be aware that the number of detected configuration elements will increase as a result of these new CE types being included in the scan. If your instance contains a large number of transform maps with many field mappings, this increase could be significant.

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Last modified on Jan 28, 2021