The following are the new features for August 2023:
Response Encoding configuration in the HTTP Service Destination Step:
The HTTP Service Destination step now has a Response Encoding feature! This feature is used to select the response to use when parsing the response data as illustrated in the below image. Select the encoding to use from the options shown in the image below. Utf8 is used to for strings. Json is used for Json formats and Binary is used for files. Utf8 is selected by default when the HTTP Service Destination step is added.
Rate Limit tab in the REST API Builder/Gateway:
This feature is used to set a limit on the number of REST API requests that can come from an API. Click on the Enabled checkbox to enable the rate limit and the Maximum Requests field will appear. Type in the maximum number in the field and click on the Save Rate Limit button. In the example below, a maximum number of two requests is set.
An AM360 Connection is now available!! The page below shows the credentials that are required to create an AMS360 connection. The red asterisks next to the fields are required fields. The URL field can be modified as required. You can also set a maximum number of sessions which is set at 100 by default. Once the credentials are inputted, you can click on the Save button and test the connection by clicking on the Test button after the connection is saved.
AMS360 Source Step:
You can now retrieve data from AMS360 by using the AMS360 Source step. Click on the ‘plus’ button highlighted in the image below to add a new connection or select an existing connection from the dropdown list. An entity can be selected by clicking on the dropdown list and selecting the entity you require. The Retry field can be enabled by clicking on the Enable checkbox. The Delay field and the number of retries filed will appear. Input the required numbers and save the step. In the example shown in the image below, it will retry 5 times and the delay is 30 seconds in between those 5 retries/requests.
File System Action Step in the Run Event page:
The Run Event File System Actions Step allows you action a file on your local machine depending on the status of the run. It is located by clicking on the last plus icon at the end of a flow before the Log step. The below page will appear. Click on the Run Event tab and select the step.
The Events field allows you to select the event that you require the step to trigger on which is based on the status of the run. More than one event can be selected. Select a relay by clicking on the dropdown list or create a new connection by clicking on the highlighted button as shown in the below image. The Action section allows you to choose from the different actions provided, such as Create path, Delete Path, Delete File, Move File or Copy File. Once an Action is selected, the required fields will appear. In the example below, the Move File action is selected, and the relevant fields appear below it. Once the configuration is added, save the step.
Google Workspace Connection:
A Google Workspace connection is now available! A JSON Key is required to create a connection. This can be obtained from the Google Cloud control console. The Scopes can be modified as requested.
For more information on obtaining the JSON key and how to reference an endpoint in the API, please click on the links below:
Page Size field in the Hubspot Service Source Step:
A Page Size section that has been added to the Hubspot Service Source step. The size of the pages to retrieve can be set. Type the required size in the field. In the example below, the page size is set at 100.