Release period: 2021-03-09 to 2021-03-11
This release includes the following issues:
- Fix customer access when member is added to group
- Fix localId assignments on meshTenants
- Fix for meshCustomerUserGroup assignment
- Improve termination status for OpenStack cloud resources
- Updates Azure Subscription creation API to latest version
Fix customer access when member is added to group
There was an issue in the meshObject Import API where a user newly added to a meshCustomerUserGroup didn't get access to the meshCustomer via any roles assigned to the group. This issue has been fixed.
Fix localId assignments on meshTenants
In case of a reused meshTenant the localId could not be assigned correctly for some meshTenants. This issue has been resolved and all possibly affected meshTenants have been updated with their correct localId.
Fix for meshCustomerUserGroup assignment
There was a problem in the assignment of meshCustomerUserGroups to meshProjects, that occasionally prevented the creation of new assignments. This issue has been removed.
Improve termination status for OpenStack cloud resources
Audience: Partner, Operator
As a Partner and via the API it is possible to retrieve a list of cloud resources (currently only OpenStack Nova Servers). This list only contained a termination date of the resource to identify it as terminated. An OpenStack VM can also be in an error state and already deleted, but it doesn't have a termination date. To be able to still identify it as Terminated, we added a new status to cloud resources that can be 'Active' or 'Terminated'. This is provided via the API and is considered accordingly in the Resource Inventory screen in the Admin area.
Updates Azure Subscription creation API to latest version
Adapts the EA Subscription creation to the latest Azure API. Fixes the prolonged creation of new Subscriptions as a fallback mechanism was used to pick them up after creation with the old API. This feature is disabled by default in order to allow testing in QA environments first.