Release 10.15

This release readme provides information on the release highlights, usage notes, and known issues for the webMethods Cloud Container 10.15 release.


New features and enhancements Description
Rollback enhancements Asset rollback is improved. On the Confirm Rollback page, you can now see the list of assets that are available for rollback. More details about the assets’ names, latest amended information, most recent status, and newly changed status are available on the Confirm Rollback page. In addition, the History tab allows you to look through the rollback’s specifics.
Support for DSP pages A Dynamic Server Page (DSP) is a document embedded with special codes (tags) instructing webMethods Cloud Container to perform certain actions. DSPs are used to build browser-based clients and allow you to construct a more secure and flexible user interface. The DSP URL within a custom package in webMethods Cloud Container can now be shared upon request to external clients.
Deprecation notification - Product version 10.5 is deprecated in this release. As a result, you won’t be able to create or copy solutions using v10.5. Alternatively, you can now upgrade v10.5 solutions to either v10.7 or v10.11.
- Support for browsing the logs using the Kibana dashboard is deprecated. Alternatively, you can download the past logs of Integration Server, Universal Messaging, and BigMemory Max to your local maching by clicking on the    icon

Usage Notes

This section provides any additional information you need to work with webMethods Cloud Container.

Known Issues

This section lists the issues for this release that were known when this readme was published.

When an environment is created using the Allow users of Another Environment option, then the users of another environment will not be able to connect using Software AG Designer to the newly created environment using the same user credentials.
Workaround: Create a local user in the linked environment and then proceed.

In webMethods Adapter for JDBC, polling notifications are not retaining the enabled state after the webMethods Cloud Container solution gets Reactivated or Upgraded or Cloned.
Workaround: Enable the Adapter for JDBC polling notifications manually, once the webMethods Integration Server is up and running.

In an Integration Server cluster setup, one of the instances is restarted manually from the user interface. In such circumstances, the runtime transaction may fail a maximum of up to a half-minute because the instance is going down.
Workaround: There is no workaround currently for this issue.

When a Trading Networks service is executed in webMethods Cloud Container, few nodes such as ‘ValidationSvc’, ‘VerificationSvc’, ‘SigningSvc’, ‘Attributes’, ‘PipelineMatchIData’, ‘docType’, ‘dtd’, ‘queries’, ‘qryEvals’, ‘sig_queries’, ‘attribQueries’, ‘envelopeIData’, ‘ValidationSchema’, ‘recordBlueprint’, ‘VERSION_NO’, ‘_contentType’, ‘standard’, ‘version’, ‘transaction’, ‘iidQuery’, ‘EDIBDT.Standard’, ‘EDIBDT.Version’, ‘EDIBDT.DocType’, ‘EDIBDT.IsRootEnv’, ‘EDIBDT.Queries’, ‘EDIBDT.IID’ in the pipeline are not shown in service output rendered in webMethods Cloud Container user interface.
Workaround: There is no workaround currently for this issue.

A global variable of the password type is displayed as encrypted text in Designer.
During variable substitution in flow services, a password configured as a global variable is displayed as encrypted text instead of masked characters (*). This happens when Integration Server configuration containing global variables is deployed using Command Central.
Workaround: The workaround for this issue is to deploy global variables using ACDL files through Deployer.


This section provides information on the fixes for webMethods Cloud Container v10.15.

Issue ID Release Date Region Description
CLDP-4334 December 14, 2022 US2 East Azure
EU3 West Azure
Along with a minor improvement for tracking deployment status, a security enhancement is made to avoid vulnerabilities in third-party software from affecting webMethods Cloud Container.