MobileFirst Foundation iFix 22.214.171.124-MFPF-IF20170803-1112 released
Please do not download this iFix as there is a known issue with this iFix.
A new iFix has been released for MobileFirst Foundation 8.0, dated August 3rd, 2017.
Important: There is a known issue with this iFix causing the Mobile Foundation server to not start properly. This is fixed in iFix 126.96.36.199-MFPF-IF20170901-1903.
Changes in this iFix
For a cumulative list of all previous fixes, see the iFix download page on IBM Fix Central.
Generate an adapter from its OpenAPI specification
Mobile Foundation introduces the capability to auto-generate an adapter from its OpenAPI specification. Mobile Foundation users can now focus on the application logic instead of creating the Mobile Foundation adapter, which connects the application to the desired back-end service. Learn more.
Support for pinning multiple certificates in the Cordova SDK
Starting with the iFix 188.8.131.52-MFPF-IF20170624-0159, Mobile Foundation had introduced the support for pinning of multiple certificates. This was supported only for native android and iOS apps. Now, starting with this iFix (184.108.40.206-MFPF-IF20170803-1112) pinning of multiple certificates is supported in the Cordova SDK. Read more on Multiple certificate pinning support from What’s new, under the section What’s new in MobileFirst APIs .
PI84719 NEW JNDI PROPERTY TO CONTROL ANALYTIC EVENT QUEUE SIZE TO IMPROVE PERFORMANCE
PI84522 MobileFirst SDK cannot pin a certificate using the WL.Client.pinTrustedCertificatePublicKey API when Web ResourcesE
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Individual artifact build numbers in this iFix
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IBM MobileFirstPlatform Push SDK 8.0.2017012419
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