Platform SDK for .NET Release Notes
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This release contains the following new features and enhancements:
- Platform SDK for .NET now allows you to substitute a new transport layer for the protocol instance.
- The internal codecs for Web Media Platform SDK, Open Media Platform SDK and Contacts Platform SDK were modified in order to send and receive messages in both directions:
- A new ChatServerClientHandler class has been added to initialize and use XML transport on the server side when it is used together with ServerChannel<ChatServerClientHandler>, which allows organized common server side functionality for Basic Chat and Flex Chat protocols.
- The new client handlers (such as BasicChatProtocol.ClientHandler, FlexChatProtocol.ClientHandler, EspEmailProtocol.ClientHandler, ConfServerProtocol.ClientHandler, UniversalContactServerProtocol.ClientHandler, CallbackProtocol.ClientHandler, EmailProtocol.ClientHandler, InteractionServerProtocol.ClientHandler, ExternalServiceProtocol.ClientHandler) have been appended for the appropriate protocols.
This release contains the following resolved issues:
FlexChatProtocol no longer modifies messages in the background after they have been made available to user applications. Previously, it was possible for EventInfo messages to be returned to the application before the Text or NoticeText values were set. (PSDK-8373)
No special procedure is required to upgrade to release 8.5.300.02.