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9.1.006.03

Digital Messaging Server Release Notes


Release Date Release Type Restrictions AIX Linux Solaris Windows
07/10/20 Update X X


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What's New

This release contains the following new features and enhancements:

  • Administrators can now specify an application cluster with multiple UCS instances in DMS connections configuration. (DMS-636)
  • New LMS messages have been introduced in DMS for use with Cloud API Driver for Facebook and Cloud API Driver for Twitter. These messages can be used with the alarm mechanism.
    • The new message codes pertaining to Facebook are:
      • 45110|STANDARD|fb_auth_exception|authorization failed: %s
      • 45111|STANDARD|fb_fetch_exception|fetch failed: %s
      • 45112|STANDARD|fb_confirm_exception|confirm failed: %s
      • 45113|STANDARD|fb_network_exception|network request execution has been failed: %s
      • 45114|STANDARD|fb_parsing_exception|network response parsing has been failed: %s
      • 45115|STANDARD|fb_execution_exception|execution of API query has been failed: %s
    • The new message codes pertaining to Twitter are:
      • 44060|STANDARD|twt_auth_exception|authorization failed: %s
      • 44061|STANDARD|twt_fetch_exception|fetch failed: %s
      • 44062|STANDARD|twt_confirm_exception|confirm failed: %s
      • 44063|STANDARD|twt_network_exception|network request execution has been failed: %s
      • 44064|STANDARD|twt_parsing_exception|network response parsing has been failed: %s
      • 44065|STANDARD|twt_execution_exception|execution of API query has been failed: %s

    (DMS-641)

    Important
    These new LMS messages require Genesys Cloud API Driver for Facebook 9.0.011.15 or higher and Genesys Cloud API Driver for Twitter 9.0.011.15 or higher.

Resolved Issues

This release contains no resolved issues.


Upgrade Notes

No special procedure is required to upgrade to release 9.1.006.03.

This page was last edited on September 18, 2020, at 13:55.

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