Rocket released MultiValue Integration Server (MVIS) 1.3.1 with new features that give users more control, improving ease of use to expose MultiValue data and introducing business logic as RESTful APIs.
Updates include enhanced Vanity URL support with pass-through capabilities that give MV developers full control of format and content of output payloads. With pass-through mode users or developers can create custom JSON or XML documents on BASIC subroutines and return the results as-is in the REST response payload.
Also starting with the new release, if users utilize Rocket U2 Web Development Environment (Web DE), they can upgrade to MVIS without the need of any additional components. With this version of MVIS, it can both deploy and run RBOs and make modifications if needed to fix or enhance RBOs.
MVIS sers will also benefit from expanded support for OAuth 2.0 identity providers, enabling users to work with an identity provider of choice using configuration options in MVIS.
There are also new administrative features for improved logging and performance, including:
- Enhanced Logging: Account Logging On Start is a new parameter in the Configuration > Control section of the MVIS Admin UI. This parameter allows users to include account names in log entries for better observability.
- Time-To-Live Setting for better management of unresponsive MV Servers: MVIS 1.3.1 provides the capability to set a Time-To-Live value for MVIS requests. Using this value, MVIS will timeout abort requests waiting in queue longer than the set value.
“We’ve gotten a positive response from customers,” said Hernando Borda, MV senior product manager at Rocket. “Our customers are looking forward to logging enhancement and we’re really happy to see that. There’s another customer who is excited about customization of payload APIs. This is a really good update and we will continue to add features our customers need to MVIS.”
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