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R9 Update 3
Important Notice: Enhanced Labor Standards validation
As part of the validation enhancement to Labor Standards create and update API operations, labor standards must have a version that starts at the Beginning of Time (1900-01-01). This includes any operation that references a labor standard that already exists.
Important Note: Your existing API requests will fail with an error if the referenced labor standard does not contain a version with an effective date at the Beginning of Time (1900-01-01). This is true for both create and update operations and true for both new and pre-existing labor standards.
The following operations are affected:
- POST /v1/forecasting/labor_standards
- POST /v1/forecasting/labor_standards/multi_create
- POST /v1/forecasting/labor_standard_tasks/import
- POST /v2/forecasting/labor_standard_tasks/import
- POST /v1/forecasting/labor_standards/apply_update
- POST /v1/forecasting/labor_standards/multi_update
Note: Other Forecasting operations that reference labor standards may or may not be affected. However, you should update all of your labor standards immediately to include a version with an effective date at the Beginning of Time (1900-01-01).
New authentication method for federated users
The Authenticate with federated user accounts topic has been updated to reflect the new, improved federated authentication process.
People Editor Cross-Reference
We added the People Editor Information Mapping topic, which contains a table with all People Information fields in the UI cross referenced with the specific API operation and property that allows you to update each field using the API.
R8 Update 2
FAQ about deprecated API operations
This release introduces a topic defining the way we use the term Deprecated and answering a number of frequently asked questions about our deprecated API operations and their replacement operations.
Introducing a Hyperfind Query timeout limit
Hyperfind queries that consistently take more than 5 minutes to execute will be prevented from executing.
- If a query group is deactivated for this reason, the following error message will display:
Execution of this Hyperfind query has been disabled. Simplify the query and try again.
- If a query group is consistently resulting in queries that take over 5 minutes, the following error message will display:
Execution of your Hyperfind query will exceed the limit of 5 minutes. Simplify the query and try again.
Updated 14 days ago