MobileFirst Foundation iFix 22.214.171.124-MFPF-IF20170710-1834 released
Sreelatha Sankaranarayanan July 21, 2017MobileFirst_Foundation Announcement iFix_8.0 iFix
A new iFix has been released for MobileFirst Foundation 8.0, dated July 10th, 2017.
Changes in this iFix
For a cumulative list of all previous fixes, see the iFix download page on IBM Fix Central.
Adapters for building a cognitive app
With this iFix, Mobile Foundation has introduced pre-built adapters for Watson Cognitive Services such as WatsonConversation, WatsonDiscovery, and WatsonNLU (Natural Language Understanding). These adapters are available to be downloaded and deployed from the Download Center in the Mobile Foundation Console.
OpenWhisk adapter for building a serverless app
With this iFix, Mobile Foundation has introduced a pre-built adapter called OpenWhisk adapter for the OpenWhisk Platform. The adapter is available to be downloaded and deployed from the Download Center in the Mobile Foundation Console.
PI84204 SENSITIVE INFORMATION IN MFP CONSOLE VISIBLE TO ALL USERS OF THE CONSOLE
PI84213 SIGN_OUT MENU ITEM IS MISSING FROM THE MFP OPERATIONS CONSOLE INBYOL DEPLOYMENTS
PI84208 SUPPORT MOBILE FOUNDATION 8.0 DEPLOYMENT ON BLUEMIX KUBERNETES CLUSTER USING SCRIPTS
How to upgrade
To upgrade, download & install the Developer Kit for evaluators, Developer Kit for customers / iFix package for on-prem production environment (requires login to IBM Fix Central), or refresh your Mobile Foundation service from your service Dashboard.
To upgrade, run the upgrade commands for your platform.
Individual artifact build numbers in this iFix
The artifacts updated in the iFix are emphasized.
IBM MobileFirstPlatform Push SDK 8.0.2017012419
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