Select a Date Format for Analytical Designer and KPI Dashboards
In your account setting in the GoodData Portal, you can now specify in which format the dates in Analytical Designer and KPI Dashboards will be displayed for you.
You can select from multiple predefined date formats to use.
To specify the date format for all users in a workspace, use the responsiveUiDateFormat platform setting to define the desired format.
Change Date Format
Configure Various Features via Platform Settings
LDM Modeler: More Options for Working with Attribute Labels
When working on a logical data model (LDM) in the LDM Modeler, you now can:
- Set a default label for an attribute
If an attribute has multiple labels, the attribute values belonging to the default label are used when the attribute is used in a report or an insight.
- Sort an attribute by a label
When an attribute is sorted by its label, the attribute values used in a report/insight get sorted in the order that the values belonging to this label are sorted in (by default, in ascending order). The label itself may or may not be used in the report or the insight.
Update a Logical Data Model
Automated Data Distribution v2: Running Multiple Data Load Processes at the Same Time
In a workspace, you can now run (or schedule to run) multiple ADD v2 data load processes at the same time. The processes running concurrently must load data to different datasets in the workspace, though.
Automated Data Distribution v2 for Data Warehouses
Automated Data Distribution v2 for Object Storage Services
GoodData.UI Version 8.1 Available: Custom Date Format and ES Module Build Artifacts
We have released Version 8.1 of GoodData.UI, our powerful library for building analytical applications powered by GoodData.
What's new in GoodData.UI Version 8.1
- Custom date format
You can now set up a custom format for dates in the Date Filter component. For more information, see Date Filter.
NOTE: This feature is also available for Analytical Designer and KPI Dashboards.
- ES module build artifacts
ES module build artifacts are now included in published packages. This allows for more efficient tree shaking of the GoodData.UI code in your target applications and can reduce the footprint of the GoodData.UI code in the applications by up to 20% (depending on how much code from the individual packages a particular application uses).
Google Chrome Extension Tool: New Version Available
We have released a new version of the Google Chrome Extension Tool, a useful extension for the Google Chrome browser that allows you to easily open the gray pages for various objects, retrieve basic information about the workspace in two clicks, and browse the information from the log files presented in a user-friendly format.
What's new in Version 0.9118
- The new layout of the Toolbar where the links are grouped in tabs
- More links to useful GoodData resources in the Toolbar
- The number of custom links that you can add to the Toolbar increased to 16
- The option for discovering object dependencies (where this object is used and what other objects use this object)
- More information about the workspace available in the Overlay
- The updated configuration page that autosaves changes as you are making them
- An interactive tutorial to guide you through the updated Extension Tool
You can install the Extension Tool from the Chrome Web Store.
GoodData Extension Tool for Chrome
REMINDER: Use TLS Version 1.2 or Higher Only
Support for Transport Layer Security (TLS) version 1.0 and 1.1 is deprecated and will end in one of future releases. We will announce the exact date as soon as it is set.
How will this affect you?
All modern web browsers and programming languages already support the newer versions of TLS (1.2 and higher). Unless you use obsolete software or unsupported systems, you are not affected.
You may be affected if you are using an older version of the libraries or programming languages in your tools. To verify, check the documentation for your tool:
- Java: https://blogs.oracle.com/java-platform-group/jdk-8-will-use-tls-12-as-default
- Microsoft Windows: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/security/solving-tls1-problem
- Python: https://docs.python.org/3/library/ssl.html
- Ruby: https://blog.rubygems.org/2018/02/24/tls-10-and-11-deprecation-notice.html
Make sure that all your components and integrations use TLS version 1.2 or higher.
What will happen if you do not upgrade to the newer versions?
When support for TLS version 1.0 and 1.1 ends, if you do not switch to a newer version of TLS, the integration with the GoodData platform will stop working.
- For more information about the deprecation of support for TLS version 1.0 and 1.1, see Support for TLS Version 1.0 and 1.1.
- For more information about TLS protocols, see Supported TLS Security Protocols and Ciphers.
- For information about all deprecated features, see Deprecated Features.