3.4.2 Release Notes#


  • Communities:

    • Create and update communities in an asynchronous fashion.

    • Move creation of communities & image fetching to the backend.

    • Create API to create or update batch of communities.

    • Create endpoint to retrieve status of creating and updating batch of communities.

    • Add configuration and logic to allow automatic synchronisation of communities from a facet value.

    • Postpone fetching communities images after communities are created/updated.

    • Deduplicate imported communities based on facet value.

    • Deleting a community type deletes the associated KEE step.

  • Include the published models of AI Studio in the import/export functionality.

  • Add an optimization mechanism to the backend for running multiple ML inference jobs.

  • Add filtering and pagination to the Data Sources page.

  • Add custom SOQL query option to the Salesforce dataloaders.

  • Add new pipeline step called PDF OCR which performs OCR on scanned PDF documents in order to extract their text.

  • Uploading pipelets accepts an optional parameter called pipeline_section which designates in which section of the Pipeline Editor the pipelet will go under.

Bug Fixes#

  • Python 3 related fixes for the OpenSearch studio plugin & Natural Language query parser studio plugin.

  • The Pipelets which are added to a pipeline workflow using the Pipeline Editor now enforce defining any required arguments.

  • Fix RPM dependencies to fix installation instabilities on RHEL 7 / CentOS 7

  • Upgraded PyYAML to match the NLP requirements.

  • Fix documentation building by requiring the right library versions.

  • Scheduled sources will be able to run again (based on their configured interval) after killing them.

  • Fix visual regressions on Engagement Map Widget.

Installation and Upgrade#

You will have to resolve at least the following config files when upgrading from Squirro 3.3.0

  • /etc/nginx/conf.d/ssl.inc

  • /etc/squirro/common.ini

For new installations, please follow the Installing Squirro on Linux instructions.

To upgrade an existing installation, please consult Upgrading Squirro.