Important announcements about the latest changes to DataMiner core functionality and behavior.
|Item||Current status||Detail||Future status|
|Jobs app||End of Engineering||Module is being retired.||End of Life to be confirmed|
|Ticketing app||End of Engineering||Module is being retired.||End of Life to be confirmed|
|Annotations||End of Engineering||Module is being retired.||End of Life as of DataMiner version 10.3.x (Q4 2022)|
|Legacy Reporter & Dashboards||End of Engineering||Module is being retired and replaced with the new DataMiner Dashboards app.||End of Life as of DataMiner version 10.3.x (Q4 2022)|
|Web Services API V0||End of Life||From DataMiner version 10.1.5 onwards, version 0 of the DataMiner Web Services API is disabled. Users will be required to port any reliant applications to use Web Services API V1.||End of Life|
Overview of statuses
|End of Engineering||Feature will no longer be updated, but will still be supported.|
|End of Support||Feature will no longer be updated and no longer be supported.|
|End of Life||Feature or compatibility will be removed.|
From DataMiner 10.0.12 onwards, alarm squashing can change the behavior of the Alarm Console and help you gain more clarity on your operations.
For more information, see Declutter your alarm tree.
Average Trending Calculation
As of DataMiner 10.1.9, the new average trending calculation feature is enabled by default. This results in the following breaking changes:
- Some special status trend points are no longer used.
- In some specific cases, intervals between two average trend points are no longer guaranteed to be constant.
- The exception values of continuous (non-discrete) parameters are now averaged in a discrete manner.
For more information, see Average trending calculation.