[v1.2.6] 30 October 2020

TimeSeries configuration changes

  1. Some namings have been replaced for readability and no longer supported:
    <TimeSeriesChannel> -> <Channel>
    timeValue -> timeColumn
    value -> column
    inputFormat -> timeFormat
    format -> timeDisplayFormat
    unitsFormat -> displayFormat
    displayName -> legend

Read more about new Time Series labeling configuration

  1. Row indexing format extended:

    • by default reads integer or float-based values from column specified by timeColumn attribute
    • automatically generates 0,1,2,... indices when timeColumn is not presented in label config / input data
    • imports from datetime-formatted indices (e.g. 2020-01-01) when time format is explicitly specified as strftime string (e.g. timeFormat="%Y-%m-%d")
  2. Column naming format extended:

    • reference column by names (timeColumn="time" and column="value") OR
    • reference column by index (timeColumn="0" and column="1")

Flexibility over S3 parameters

When you’re using a single role to access all your buckets in a single AWS region, it is tiresome to copypaste AWS credentials and an S3 bucket region name every time you create a new storage connection.
To simplify this, AWS credentials & region names are now reused on a project or an organization levels.

Furthermore, now you can freely import tasks with URLs having s3:// prefixes, they will be resolved with Presigned URLs. To achieve this, AWS parameters (credentials and regions) are looked up in the following order:

  1. If S3 cloud storage is connected to the project and the task was imported from that storage - parameters from that storage are taken;

  2. If any cloud storage is connected to the project - parameters are taken from the latest created storage

  3. Otherwise it seeks the globally specified environmental variables with HEARTEX_ prefix:

    HEARTEX_AWS_ACCESS_KEY_ID=<The access key for your AWS account>
    HEARTEX_AWS_SECRET_ACCESS_KEY=<The secret key for your AWS account>
    HEARTEX_S3_REGION=<Your S3 bucket region name, "us-east-1" is used by default>
  1. Or finally without HEARTEX_ prefix:

    AWS_ACCESS_KEY_ID=<The access key for your AWS account>
    AWS_SECRET_ACCESS_KEY=<The secret key for your AWS account>
    S3_REGION=<Your S3 bucket region name, "us-east-1" is used by default>

Other S3 integration improvements

  1. When creating a new storage connection, it first scans for the existed tasks with the same bucket key, and don’t create new ones.
    Now you can safely delete and recreate storage connections.

  2. When trying to remove storage connection, you’ll be prompted to prevent unintentional deletion.

Read more details in Cloud storage documentation.

LDAP integration new features

Now it’s possible to set the default organization member roles per each LDAP group, for example:


Misc fixes