Rocket Software Introduces MVIS 1.3.1

Rocket has released MultiValue Integration Server (MVIS) 1.3.1 with new features that give users more control, improving the ease of use for exposing MultiValue data, and introducing business logic as RESTful APIs.

The updates include improved support for Vanity URLs with pass-through capabilities that give MV developers full control over the format and content of output payloads. With pass-through mode, users or developers can create custom JSON or XML documents on BASIC subroutines and return the results as is in the REST response payload.

Also from the new version, if users are using the Rocket U2 Web Development Environment (Web DE), they can upgrade to MVIS without the need for additional components. With this version of MVIS, he can both deploy and run RBOs and make changes if necessary to fix or improve the RBOs.

MVIS servers will also have expanded support for OAuth 2.0 identity providers, allowing users to work with an identity provider of their choice using MVIS configuration options.

There are also new admin features to improve logging and performance, including:

  • Improved logging: Account Logging On Start is a new setting in the Configuration > Control section of the MVIS administration user interface. This setting allows users to include account names in log entries for better observability.
  • Time-To-Live setting for better management of unresponsive VM servers: MVIS 1.3.1 provides the ability to set a lifetime value for MVIS queries. Using this value, MVIS will abandon requests waiting in the queue longer than the set value.

“We’ve had a positive response from customers,” said Hernando Borda, Senior MV Product Manager at Rocket. “Our customers are eagerly awaiting the improved logging and we are very pleased. There’s another customer that’s excited about customizing payload APIs. This is a very good update and we will continue to add the features our customers need for MVIS.

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Maria H. Underwood