In the September release for Dell Boomi’s Atomsphere the platform now offers a Google Apps Connector!
The Google Apps connector uses the Google Drive API for spreadsheet file management as the Google Document List API has been deprecated.
Dell Boomi has added the following improvements to the September 2015 release of Dell Boomi AtomSphere. For more information, please see the September Release Notes in the AtomSphere Reference Guide.
A Dell Boomi administrator can create a series of API Roles and associate specific users to each API Role. By associating a group of users to a single API Role, the administrator can grant access all the users associated with that API Role for specific APIs, groups of APIs, or web service components at once without needing to set the permissions individually.
Also, the administrator can define specific IP addresses or IP address ranges…
As part of Tallan’s continuing effort to keep our Dell Boomi community informed here are the latest and greatest changes for August!!!
Dell Boomi has added the following improvements to the August 2015 release of Dell Boomi AtomSphere. For more information, please see the August Release Notes in the AtomSphere Reference Guide.
Java 8 SupportThe Dell Boomi Test Atom Cloud and EU Atom Cloud have been upgraded to support Java 8. Additionally, Atom and Molecule upgraders and installers for Java 8 are available. The Cloud upgrader and installer for Java 8 will be available as part of the September release.Adding Write Restrictions to Folders Administrators can limit users’ ability to change a folder and the components in it by adding write restrictions to the folder. Adding write restrictions to a folder allows a certain group of users to rename, move, delete and restore the…
We thought we’d post some of the recent changes and new functionality added to the Del Boomi Platform. Some of these are additional features to the API Stack while others are new functionality in existing shapes (as in the try/catch shape) and the New proxy settings for Atom, HTTP, SOCKS4, and SOCKS5 protocols provide the ability to add a userID and password to key-based authentications. Overall some really really cool stuff and we hope that you will find them useful in your project or implementation!!!!!!
Please read on and see if one of these enhancements or new features will work for you!