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Cloud Elements Version 2.154

February 26, 2018

Element Updates

Google Drive: Order search results

You can now order search results from GET /search and GET /folders/{id}/contents requests by name, createdDate, and modifiedDate. For example:

Google Suite: Background and foreground colors

We updated the Google suite element to support background and foreground colors.

Microsoft Graph: New element

We added the Microsoft Graph element to access the Microsoft Graph API and manage calendars and other objects.

Docusign: Added recipients endpoint to the envelopes resource

You can now GET all the recipients of an envelope using GET /envelopes/{id}/recipients.

Netsuite: Added support for more custom field types

The following types of custom fields can be included in the POST request on Netsuite elements:

Box: Added the ability to specify access level to files

We added a new access-level query parameter for the following endpoints:

SugarCRM: Added support for changes to Winter '18 Release

Beginning with the Winter '18 Release, Sugar will prevent REST API access to Sugar from unknown platform types. When you authenticate an element instance, you can now pass the sugar.platform to prevent any connection issues related to platform. See Sugar's documentation for more information.

Cloud Elements Platform Updates

Security Updates

We made several changes to security in this release including:

Cloud Elements 2.0 supports Custom JS only transformations

Previously, if you attempted to create a transformation using only Custom JS, you received an error indicating at least one field level transformation was required. You can now create a transformation exclusively through Custom JS.

Cloud Elements Version 2.153

February 20, 2018

Element Updates

Intacct.: Added files endpoints to the folders resource

We added the following endpoints to the folders resource so you can manage attachments:

Square: Added customers endpoint

You can now manage the customers associated with your Square element. We added the following endpoints:

Intacct.: Transformations of the bill-payments resource included duplicate fields

We removed the duplicate fields. When you map bill-payments to a common resource, you will no longer encounter duplicate fields.

Bullhorn: Updated models for the placements resource

In the placements resource models the clientContact field was shown as clientcontact. We updated the model to show the correct value.

Intacct.: Added elements-total-count header to paged responses

We added a response header to indicate the total Intacct records when querying.

Onedrive: Support for Converged App authentication

When you authenticate an element instance, you can now include the credentials from a converged app — an app that accepts both MSA & Azure AD sign-in. To authenticate using a converged app, you must authenticate an element instance using the APIs.

SAP Business One: Added project-codes resource

You can now fin projects using the project-codes resource.

Zoho CRM: Added configurable URLs to support authentication with both US and European accounts

You can now override the default US URLs for Authentication URL and Base URL with European URLs.

QuickBooks Enterprise: Added tax-rates and tax-codes resources

You can now perform CRUD operations on the tax rates and tax codes in QuickBooks Enterprise.

Google Drive: Added support for thumbnails

We enhanced POST /files to accept a thumbnail file to associate with a file. We also added the following endpoints to update thumbnails:

Intacct.: Fixed authentication via Cloud Elements 2.0

Previously, authenticating via Cloud Elements 2.0 resulted in errors. You can now authenticate an instance of the Intacct. element in Cloud Elements 2.0.

Cloud Elements Platform Updates

Enabled Hash Verification for bulk job callbacks

To enable hash verification for bulk job callbacks, we updated the Event Notification Signature Key which is currently used to add an extra layer of security when receiving event callbacks.

In the UI, we renamed Callback Notification Signature Key to Callback Notification Signature Key. The Callback Notification Signature Key property is now available as an optional field, rather than part of event setup. If you configure the Callback Notification Signature Key, it will be used to provide hash verification in the header of bulk job and event callbacks.

The name of the configuration property event.notification.signature.key remains unchanged. If you set it, it will be used for bulk job and event callbacks.