DryvIQ Migrate Release Notes



DryvIQ Migrate Release Notes

Version: 5.7.2
Release Date: June 7, 2024

 

DryvIQ Migrate version 5.7.2 was available on June 7, 2024. This release that focuses on enhancements and bug fixes. Learn more about the release below. For detailed information about individual items, refer to the DryvIQ Migrate Documentation Center.

New Features and Enhancements

  • The Jobs export now includes the last failure message and status for each job on the export.

  • Items flagged for retry that no longer exist will now be marked as “Ignored,” and an audit log message will be added for the item.

  • Improvements were made to Simulation Jobs to prevent jobs failing with an "Object reference" error when targeting a destination folder that doesn't exist.

Fixes

  • The SharePoint connectors were updated to correct an issue that would sometimes correlate an old version of an item as the current version.

  • Encoded characters can now be used the destination path when creating a SharePoint connector in DryvIQ.

  • When paging sites at the Microsoft Office 365 tenant level, all sites for a tenant will be available in the Locations picker.

  • The Dropbox for Business and Dropbox for Business Teams Folders connectors were updated to produce better error messages when attempting to impersonate an invalid or unknown Dropbox user account during author preservation.

  • The HCP Anywhere connector was updated to prevent "The application was unable to obtain a valid access token to the storage platform" errors in jobs when HCP Anywhere source system is under load.

  • The NFS connector was updated to ensure Execute access rights were properly applied to NFS items.

  • Updates were made to prevent 500 errors and rate limit exceptions from disabling a connector.

  • DryvIQ will return null to prevent an error for files with unparsable created on, modified on, or last accessed time.

  • Link remediation was updated to remediate links to files outside the current job.

  • Improved error messaging was added to identify when there is an issue with the user or group map configuration.

  • Updates were made to improve loading of the DryvIQ API documentation.

  • DryvIQ deployments in Kubernetes environments now respect log level set on the Performance page in the Settings.

  • When DryvIQ encounters a write/delete collision during a copy job (one-way transfer), it will prefer the write and treat it as a new item, generating a new platform ID.

 

Updating the DryvIQ Platform does not update the Command-line Interface (CLI). If you use the CLI, you should update it when you update to a new version of DryvIQ to ensure the CLI is current. Run the CLI install command to update the CLI.  


Previous Release Notes

 

New Features and Enhancements

  • DryvIQ no longer integrates with FiddlerCore, so the integration was removed from the Enable Capture option was removed from the Performance page in the Settings.

Fixes

  • The SharePoint connector was updated to correct an issue that would sometimes correlate an old version as the current when reading an item.

  • Items that were marked for Retry but no longer exist will now be marked as Ignored with an audit log message.

  • Updates were made to prevent 500 errors and rate limit exceptions from disabling connections.

  • When a write event occurs on the source and a move out of job scope event on the destination is detected, the moved file will be deleted.

  • All sites for a tenant will be available when paging through the Locations picker at the Office 365 tenant level.

  • Execute access rights are properly applied to NFS items.

  • Link remediation for files outside the job now properly remediates.

  • DryvIQ will return null to prevent an error for files with an unparsable created on, modified on, or last accessed date.

 

New Features and Enhancements

  • A new job setting can be configured for delta job runs to skip destination events in scenarios where the subsequent job run occurs after an initial run into an empty destination. This setting can only be set using the API and must be set per job run. Learn more here.

  • The Items job report page now allows you to display Mime type as one of the column headers. It displays the mime type for five types of Google documents: Google Jamboard, Google Sites, Google Maps, Google Forms, and Lucidchart. Learn more here.

  • Records in the Transfer Item audit will now be purged after 90 days. The default value can be updated in the configuration options.

  • The Dropbox connectors were updated to allow a connection to display unmounted folders. Refer to the Dropbox, Dropbox for Business, and Dropbox for Business Teams Folders connector pages for more information about this feature including its impact on connector performance.

  • Items reported with an unknown status are now reported on the Overview and Items reports.

  • The roll up reports now include a User Mappings page like the individual job report. This allows you to review all the user mappings for the jobs included in the report instead of having to go to the individual job to review the user mapping results.

  • Updates were made to improve the performance of the Links export when an large number of links are included in the exported report.

Fixes

  • When you cancel the location picker modal for a Dropbox connection when creating a job, DryvIQ now properly sends Dropbox a cancelation token to cancel any additional paging requests.

  • The Dropbox connector was updated to request and use refresh tokens for authentication.

  • Folders with permissions set to Deny now show up as Flagged.

  • Graphs were updated to show 0 instead of negative numbers.

  • An error no longer occurs when duplicating jobs in the user interface without editing the root paths.

  • An update was made to ensure the the metadata filter reason is populated in database when an item is excluded by an “Include” policy.

  • Sorting by job duration now displays in proper chronological order.

  • A null check was added to the Google connector to ensure links located on the root of the Google connection can be detected and resolved.

  • The Job column on the Items page now sorts properly.  

 

New Features and Enhancements

  • When files are identified as not containing shared links, the Box connector will now skip calls for retrieving them. This helps limit the number of API calls made into Box.

Fixes

  • The Box connector was updated to correct issues with Box Notes rendering due to list items and headings that used advanced formatting.

 

New Features and Enhancements

  • Link remediation has been added to the Link Detection feature, so DryvIQ can now update the identified links, eliminating the need for manual remediation. Learn more here.

  • An update was made to the “Move” transfer type to support moving duplicate files (multiple files on the source with the same name and extension) to the destination if the platform supports duplicate names.

  • For SharePoint Online migrations, desktop.ini and .ds_store files will be revised and included in the revised file count.

  • The Amazon S3 connector now supports permissions. However, the Amazon S3 permission structure affects how DryvIQ can apply permissions. Learn more here.

  • DryvIQ now offers a Hitachi HCP Anywhere connector. Learn more here.

Fixes

  • The Box connector was updated to manage the rare instance where the Box API returns duplicate items when DryvIQ request items in a folder.

  • Files filtered using an “Include” policy will have the correct “SkipReason” field populated in the database.

 

New Features and Enhancements

  • DryvIQ tested and verified the Dropbox connectors (Dropbox for Business and Dropbox for Business Teams Folders) are compatible with the new Dropbox for Business Teams Spaces 2.0. You do not need to update existing Dropbox connections as DryvIQ works with both versions of Dropbox for Business Teams Spaces.

  • The Google Workspace connector was updated with a new setting that allows DryvIQ to impersonate a file owner when deleting an item. This prevents items from being flagged when the file owner is different than the current impersonated user, requiring less manual remediation. Learn more here.

  • The Microsoft SharePoint Online connectors were updated to support vanity URLs.

  • When adding permission preservation settings to items during job creation, you can now choose to preserve only shared links. Learn more here.

Fixes

  • Restoring deleted items to the destination no longer results in multiple copies being created with # appended to the name.

  • Because Google does not allow downloading of native link files that appear on the Google platforms, DryvIQ now filters these files out of the migration job and logs the skipped reason for reference.

  • A fix was made to ensure the Reports page in the DryvIQ Cloud environment loads.

  • A change was made to the SharePoint Online connectors to refresh the server time zone to ensure proper timestamps for on-premises and customer-hosted deployments.

  • Filtered items are now properly labeled as “ignored” rather than being added to the flagged items.

 

DryvIQ Migrate Version: 5.7.2
Release Date: June 7, 2024