TDP v3.3.4 Release Notes
Release Date: 10 October 2022
Customers still using the API_KEY for authentication must shift to using the JSON Web Token (JWT) before the 3.3.x migration to avoid breaking their integrations. For more information on how to create a JWT, see
TetraScience has released its next version of the Tetra Data Platform (TDP) version 3.3.4. As its major focus, this release targets bug fixes.
Details appear in the following sections:
- Bug fixes
- Deprecated features
- Known issues
Links to Tetra Agents and Artifacts Release Notes are provided in the Other Release Notes section at the end of this topic.
There are no enhancements for this version of the software.
The bug fixes for this release appear below.
- DP-599: Fixes an issue with retrieval of object types in shared settings during pipeline execution that prevented the proper resolution of shared settings and secrets. Any task script or protocol that is using shared settings with an object type in pipeline configuration was impacted in post v3.3 upgrade.
- DP-603: Displaying logs for failed workflows took an excessive amount of time (~1 min). The fix resolves log display latency. This issue is experienced when there are many historical workflows and the deployment was upgraded from a past release.
- DP-606: Resolves an issue where pipelines with trigger conditions that used IDS Type were not initiated.
Minor Functionality Changes
There are no minor functionality changes for this release.
Please see release notes for TDP v 3.3.0 for deprecated features.
- Please see release notes for TDP v 3.3.1, 3.3.2, 3.3.3 and 3.3.0 for other known issues.
Other Release Notes
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