Release date 12 Jul 2019
Export tables into CSV files
Users see a new function:
All tables now have an option to be exported into CSV files. The tables impacted are:
- Security Objects
- When attempting to login via Active Directory (AD) or LDAP, user will now be able to successfully do so via “User Principal Name”. Previously, attempts to authenticate the user via “User Principal Name” would fail to login. Configuration for LDAP can be accessed from Account Settings page, select Authentication, change Authentication to Single Sign-On, and then, click on Add LDAP Integration.
- Fixed various issues with search/filtering via Expiry Date
- After selecting an Expiry date range to filter, the search box will not allow user to select another Expiry date range to filter. To change the Expiry date range to be filtered, click on the “X” to remove the Expiry date filter criteria. The user will then be able to select a new Expiry date range to filter.
- Standardized the Expiry date format: MM/DD/YY. Previously, date format was inconsistent; both DD/MM/YY and MM/DD/YY would be displayed.
- The system now correctly shows a warning when Expiry date is less than one day away. Previously, this warning was failing to show up.
- Fixed a bug when filter by Expiry date did not filter anything when a long date range was input.
- Fixed a bug when deleting a security object, the page does not refresh and return to the Security Object table display page.
- Fixed a UI/UX bug - when editing a security object, the text field changes from left-aligned to right-aligned. The text field should stay aligned to the left.