Release Notes

Red Hat Managed Integration 1

For Red Hat Managed Integration 1

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Abstract

This document provides a high-level description of known issues and features in Red Hat Managed Integration 1.

Preface

These release notes list the components of Red Hat Managed Integration 1.6.0, as well as known and fixed issues in this release.

Note

When a Managed Integration patch or upgrade is available, you are notified and prompted to create an upgrade schedule. When prompted, see these Release Notes for details regarding changes to your cluster.

Chapter 1. Versions of Components

Red Hat Managed Integration 1.6 includes the following software versions:

Component

Release Notes

Supported Configurations

Documentation

Red Hat Fuse Online

7.5

https://access.redhat.com/articles/310603

7.5
(Click Fuse Online Category)

Red Hat AMQ Online

1.3

https://access.redhat.com/articles/2791941

1.3
(Click AMQ Online Category)

Red Hat 3scale API Management

2.7

https://access.redhat.com/articles/2798521

2.7

Red Hat CodeReady Workspaces for OpenShift

1.2

N/A

1.2

Red Hat Single Sign-On

7.3

https://access.redhat.com/articles/2342861

https://access.redhat.com/documentation/en-us/red_hat_single_sign-on/7.3/

Chapter 2. Fixed Issues

The following issues are resolved in Red Hat Managed Integration 1.6.0:

  • IUXD-73 - Update the ordering of Solution Patterns on the home page

Chapter 3. Known issues

This section lists known issues with Red Hat Managed Integration 1.6.0:

  • Any Managed Integration user can now determine which Solution Patterns are available in a cluster. In future releases, this ability will be restricted to the customer-admin user.

Chapter 4. New and changed features

4.1. New component versions

This release includes new versions of the following components:

Component

Release Notes

Red Hat Fuse Online

7.5

Red Hat AMQ Online

1.3

Red Hat 3scale API Management

2.7

4.2. Solution Explorer changes

The Solution Explorer homepage now provides more information on the applications in your cluster, listing the goals you can accomplish with each service. The Solution Patterns are available in a separate tab, named All Solution Patterns.

In addition, you can now:

4.3. Mobile features

  • Mobile Security Service - The Mobile Security Service is no longer available.
  • Mobile Developer Console - The Mobile Developer Console is no longer available. The Push Admin UI is now linked directly from the Solution Explorer.
  • Mobile Developer Services - This documentation no longer refers to Mobile Developer Services. The documentation is now separated as follows:

    • The Data Sync framework documentation provides all the steps required to implement data sync features in a web or mobile app.
    • The Adding Data Sync to your Application with GraphQL demonstrates the data sync features and shows you how to implement authentication and authorization in your web or mobile app.
    • The Push Notification Service documentation shows you how to implement push notifications in your mobile app.

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