Flux 7.11.1 is a maintenance release. It is a drop-in replacement for Flux 7.11.x.
- Large Flux clusters, containing up to 35 engines, are now supported in the Operations Console.
- Engines can now be sorted on the homepage of the Operations Console and also in the new Managed Clustered Engines dialog, accessible from the Operations Console homepage.
- The frequency at which the Operations Console homepage is refreshed can be changed or disabled.
- Expediting a flow chart now displays a confirmation dialog that allows users to see the total number of triggers that were expedited.
- Users can now upload or download Engine and Agent Configurations from the repository page in the Operations Console.
- The "Message Type" property of the JMS Action can now be edited in the Web-based Designer.
- File substitution and Deadlines examples were updated to not use deprecated actions/triggers.
- Included REST API documentation and REST Java Client API JAR in release.
- When installing Flux, the Operations Console (flux.war) is now generated correctly if the system uses a JRE rather than a JDK.
- Flow charts are now correctly sorted in the Operation Console's repository page.
- The engine now correctly starts if both the LDAP_ENABLED and SECURITY_ENABLED engine configuration properties are set.
- The Audit Trail Trigger now ignores old audit trail entries in a looping flow scenario.
- The doc/ directory no longer contains an empty jsdoc/ folder.
- Incomplete SQL upgrade scripts are no longer shipped in the distribution.
- License key details are now aligned properly in the System page of the Operations Console.
- The Operations Console does not attempt to login excessively to the engines.
- Flow Chart Actions no longer return an error when executed using a secured Flux engine.
- The encryption type of an FTPS host now saves properly when using the Desktop Designer.
- Audit trail filter is corrected to remove the invalid deadline exceeding event.