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Spring Cloud Data Flow v1.3

Spring Cloud Data Flow Release Notes

Release notes for Spring Cloud Data Flow for PCF.

Known Issues

  • Prior to Spring Cloud Data Flow for PCF version 1.3.2, if you are using MySQL for PCF 2.4.x to provide the Spring Cloud Data Flow service broker’s backing MySQL database service instance, and you have enabled TLS support for MySQL for PCF, the installation of Spring Cloud Data Flow for PCF will fail. Pivotal recommends using MySQL for PCF 2.5.x with Spring Cloud Data Flow for PCF. If you must use TLS with MySQL for PCF 2.4.x, see Using TLS with MySQL for PCF v2.4.x.

v1.3.3

Release Date: June 7, 2019

Enhancements included in this release:

  • Resolved issue with adding configuration options when running cf update-service.

v1.3.2

Release Date: February 27, 2019

Enhancements included in this release:

  • Upgraded to Spring Cloud Data Flow OSS v1.7.4.RELEASE. For more information and to view a list of resolved issues, see [1.7.4.RELEASE] on GitHub.
  • Upgraded MariaDB Java client to version 2.4.0 to resolve issue with using TLS enabled MySQL for PCF service instances.

v1.3.1

Release Date: December 20, 2018

Enhancements included in this release:

  • Upgraded to Spring Cloud Data Flow OSS v1.7.3.RELEASE. For more information and to view a list of resolved issues, see [1.7.3.RELEASE] on GitHub.

v1.3.0

Release Date: November 15, 2018

Enhancements included in this release:

  • A service instance now can be configured at create or update time to use the Spring Cloud Data Flow OSS concurrent task launch limit, using a new concurrent-task-limit parameter.
  • A service instance now can be configured at create or update time to support either only tasks (without stream support) or only streams (without task support), using new task-only and stream-only parameters.
  • Binding credentials from bound apps or service keys now can be used to give API access to the Data Flow server and Spring Cloud Skipper backing apps for a service instance.
  • The Java version used has been upgraded to resolve a vulnerability present in OpenJDK 1.8u182 and earlier.
  • Based on Spring Cloud Data Flow OSS v1.7.2.RELEASE
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