Release Notes 5.9
  • 22 Feb 2022
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Release Notes 5.9

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February 22, 2022

The following changes have been implemented in Corezoid 5.9:

End of support

  • Git Call old version (v1) nodes and their server support are discontinued.
    All the old version Git Call nodes have ceased operation. Please, use Git Call new version (v2) nodes instead;
  • Support for old template of URL links to objects is discontinued. From now on, links to objects are created using the new template:….


  • Content-type headers are added to all responses in Corezoid API protocol to distinguish between json, xml, and nvp data formats

New Features:

  1. API
    The check obj_scheme method was added, using which a user can determine the processes that contain undeployed changes when exporting processes to a file. Thus, the user can deploy all the changes before the export and not lose them afterwards.

  2. For working with Projects and Stages, the support of project_short_name and stage_short_name parameters was added to the API. These parameters can be used instead of objects' id when working with Projects, Stages and objects that they contain.

  3. Standard functions
    The $.random function, which generates random numbers in a specified range was added to the standard functions for working with parameters:

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API Call

  1. The “RFC standard response” checkbox was added to the “Other” section of the API Call node. Checking this box allows processing tasks according to the RFC standard. With that, for the previously created nodes, the rfc box is unchecked, while for the newly created ones the box is checked by default:


  1. Corezoid UI
    For a task search by REF in Corezoid and via API v2, now in cases when there are more than one task with the specified REF in a node, all the tasks with the REF in the node are displayed in the search results.

  2. From now on, in the history of changes for processes, state diagrams and dashboards, all the internal changes (nodes adding, deletion, editing, etc.) are displayed in addition to changes of object names, short names or aliases:



  1. Fixed the problem, which caused a task data being available for the system for a long period of time after the node containing the task was deleted.

  2. Fixed the issue of incorrect referencing of statistic data to time in node archives when running Corezoid in locations with daylight saving change.

  3. Fixed the issue of not displaying all folders in Copy Task node tree with deep folder nesting.

  4. Fixed the issue of displaying zero digit (0) with different characters in task references and task bodies. Now, zeroes in task reference and body are displayed in the same format and with the same character.

  5. Fixed the issue, which caused a Corezoid node to hang (enter an infinite loop) when a text containing a symbol with unrecognized coding was copied to the node.

  6. Fixed the problem of cursor arbitrarily returning to the uppermost position after you’ve opened a process task in Code Editor mode, switched to another tab/monitor and then reopened the first tab with the task.

  7. Fixed the issue, which caused the “You can't add a Set State node to Processes” error to occur when copying nodes from a state diagram and trying to paste them into a process.

Private Cloud and On-premises Hosting type

Include all the features/improvements/fixes of and:

New Features:


  1. For admins and superadmins, the feature of unblocking the users, which were blocked due to reaching the specified number of failed login attempts, was added in the UI:



  1. The feature of enabling MFA for users to authorize with Corezoid was added.


Change of ownership

  1. Now, when changing the owner of user’s objects, the new owner is granted the ownership of all groups and API keys owned by the previous owner.


  1. The feature of enabling/disabling the Secure flag for cookies in the config was added.


  1. Now a superadmin is displayed all the groups, which the user is a member of even if the superadmin is not a member of these groups.

  2. The “name” parameter duplicating the “title” parameter was removed from the “list” method for alias.

  3. Fixed the issue of an admin not having rights to perform operations on user groups created by a superadmin.