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Cora SeQuence 8.5.2 Release Notes

22 FEBRUARY 2018

This is an update for Cora SeQuence v8.5.0, which includes a new feature and fixes for issues detailed below.

New Features

  • Cora SeQuence can now communicate through TLS 1.2, which is implemented when you run the 8.5.2 patch. The following keys were added to the  web.config file for all Cora SeQuence sites.
    • <add key="ValidationSettings:UnobtrusiveValidationMode" value="None" />
    • < httpRuntime requestValidationMode="2.0" maxRequestLength="4096" executionTimeout="1200" enableVersionHeader="false" targetFramework="4.6.2"/>

Resolved Issues

  •  When you use an expression that contains HTML content (such as form data, HTML forms, HTML controls, rich text editors) in the body section of the Email Activity, you need to wrap the expression inside {{= }} to render the expression in HTML format. For example, {{= {Form1}.Query("Form1")["Editor1"] }}.
  • When you embed a SQL expression in a form, or set it as a default value, the form fails to load.
  • The email listener queue stalls when an email encounters an error in the post-processing stage.
  • The rich text editor does not support setting Korean as an input language (you cannot type in Korean).

Update Steps

Update from v8.5.0:

  1. Backup your Cora SeQuence database.
  2. Run the PatchSynchronization.sql script from the DB Scripts on your Sequence Database.
  3. Run IISReset.
  4. Make sure the following files and folders are on the same level in the server.
    • Active Directory Synchronization Service
    • Administration
    • Flowtime
    • GAC
    • exe.bat
    • PatchTo8_5_2.ps1
  5. Run the exe.bat file as an administrator on all Cora SeQuence servers.
  6. Run IISReset for the change to take effect.

NOTE: Only Sequence Cumulative Update is available for download. If you are running a Cora SeQuence version earlier than v8.5.0, you must install v8.5.0 before you install v8.5.2.