Those are some changes included in this week’s release:
- Synchronous version of the user.getIdentities method has been deprecated: as mentioned in a previous post, this shouldn’t be used anymore, and now a warning will be written to the user logs to remind people of changing it.
- Application SQL errors should be written to the user logs: there were some SQL errors which were not being written to the user logs; this has been fixed now.
- Insert calls with an ‘id’ field for tables with integer ids will always fail: we fixed a bug in which in some scenarios this invalid insert would succeed. Tables with integer ids do not support inserts where the ‘id’ member is passed in the POST body (even if the value is null). For tables with string ids, it is valid to insert an item specifying its id.
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