What’s new in the documentation for the 10.4.2 release?

What’s new in the documentation for the 10.4.2 release?

The DataMiner documentation is continuously growing and improving. That’s why from time to time we like to provide you with a summary of all things new in the DataMiner Docs.

Here’s a quick overview of the changes we’ve done to the documentation for DataMiner 10.4.2:

  • In Dashboards and Low-Code Apps, you can now jump straight to a component’s dedicated documentation page by hovering over the component with your mouse pointer and clicking the brand-new information icon.
  • It is now possible to intuitively navigate grid components on your mobile device with the newly added touch controls. Swipe left or right to move across the component, and tap to select grid items.
  • From now on, when you add a Join query operator to your GQI query, followed by a Sort operator, the latter is automatically forwarded to the correct query in the Join operator.
  • The get profile instances data source is now widely available for GQI queries, and is no longer only available as a soft-launch feature. This data source helps you retrieve all profile instances in your DataMiner System.
  • In the Low-Code Apps module, you can now easily discard the current draft version of an app and delete the application itself with two separate buttons. With this user-friendly addition, you can undo your latest changes and revert back to the previously saved version without being scared of accidentally deleting the entire app.
  • DataMiner modules can now register with APIGateway.
  • You can now configure data offloading to multiple Elasticsearch or OpenSearch clusters and set size limits for file offloads directly in the DB.xml file instead of in the DBConfiguration.xml file.

But those are not the only things we’ve changed recently!

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