Social Messaging Server Release Notes
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New in This Release
There are no restrictions for this release. This section describes new features that were introduced in this release of Social Messaging Server.
- Social Messaging Server supports the use of a directory, by primary and backup Social Messaging Servers, to keep information about submitted interactions. Any driver can use that directory, to avoid duplicating an interaction submission, in the case of a server switchover, or in the case of a restart. Previously, drivers did not have a mechanism to avoid duplicate submissions in those cases. (SMD-1907)
- This release adds support of Windows Server 2012. (SMD-1747)
Corrections and Modifications
This release also includes the following corrections or modifications:
The obsolete configuration option "media-accounts-monitoring" has been removed from Social Messaging Server. (SMD-1836)
A chat session is now closed in the following scenarios:
(a) On receipt of an OVER signal.
(b) When Chat Server removes Social Messaging Server's client from a chat session.
(c) If, during the timeout set by the "session-shutdown-timeout" option, there are no inbound or outbound messages and the chat events “new party joins the chat” and “a party leaves the chat” are not received. (SMD-1773)
Social Messaging Server must have only one Interaction Server in its Connections. By design, Social Messaging Server does not support multiple Interaction Servers. Previously, Social Messaging Server activated connections to all Interaction Servers listed on its Connections tab, but it used only the first connection in the list. (SMD-1482)