What's new in 22.2

The following new features and enhancements are introduced in PulseUno 22.2.

Git enhancements

Use the following enhancements when working with the PulseUno Git server.

Enhancement Description
Configure SSH protocols

If you have security concerns, you can disable legacy SSH ciphers and MAC (message authentication code) algorithms that are supported for communication with the Git server.

For details, see Disable legacy SSH ciphers and MACs.

More secure host identification algorithm

The Git server is upgraded to use a more secure key for host identification.

Due to this enhancement, you may get a security message about the change in remote host identification. For details on how to hide the message, see Remove remote host identification warning.

Pull a Git repository into your IDE

You can now pull the contents of a Git repository into Visual Studio Code or IntelliJ IDEA directly from the PulseUno user interface.

For details, see Clone a Git repository.

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Vault enhancements

The following new features and enhancements are available in PulseUno vaults.

Enhancement Description
Support for NuGet packages

PulseUno now integrates with NuGet package manager.

To start deploying NuGet packages, create your NuGet vault and configure NuGet to use the vault as the package source.

For details, see Create and manage vaults and Configure NuGet to use vaults.

Manual upload of Maven and npm packages

You can now upload Maven and npm packages directly through the user interface.

For details, see Upload Maven and npm artifacts.

Snapshot version view in Maven vaults PulseUno now displays the details of Maven snapshots. For example, size, number of files, the user who deployed the package, and the time the package was deployed or modified.

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Security and access

The following security and authentication enhancements are introduced in this release.

Enhancement Description
OpenID Connect SSO support

PulseUno now supports single sign-on via OpenID Connect (OIDC).

For details, see Configure OpenID Connect SSO.

Personal access tokens

You can now create personal access tokens (PATs). When you run command-line operations that require access to the Git or Vault servers, you can replace your password with a PAT.

For details, see Add personal access tokens.

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Usability and UI enhancements

This release introduces updated user interface navigation and many usability enhancements.

Enhancement Description
Navigation to Spaces and My Work

The top navigation has a new fresh look. It includes breadcrumbs to reflect your current location in PulseUno, while the Spaces and My Work areas have moved:

  • To open a space, select it from the spaces list at the top right.

    The Spaces page is now available through Administration .

  • To access My Work, click PulseUno in the breadcrumbs, or the company logo at the top left.

For details, see Navigate PulseUno.

Audit history

PulseUno now maintains the history of configuration changes for an entity, such as space, product, or stream/branch. To view an entity's history, you need owner or administrator permissions.

For details, see View history.

Improved display of pull request differences

When displaying pull request changes, PulseUno limits the list of changes to only those differences that are causing conflicts or are relevant to the pull request.

This way, it's easier to review differences when you need to resolve conflicts by merging the target Git branch to the pull request's branch.

For details on how to view code changes, see Browse files in reviews.

Improved display of test results

When inspecting test results in a chain run, you can now use new toggle filtering options to fine-tune the displayed data.

For details on how to view chain runs, see View chain runs.

Change the ownership of pull requests and reviews

You can now pass the ownership of your pull requests and reviews to other users.

For details, see Modify pull requests and Edit reviews.

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Chains enhancements

Use the following enhancements when working with chains.

Enhancement Description
Duplicate chains

You can create a chain by copying an existing chain. The new chain has all the steps, settings, and variables of the source chain.

For details, see Create chains.

Chain history

You can now view the history of changes for a chain.

For details, see View chain runs.

Export chains from the chain list

You can now export a chain by selecting it in the chain list.

For details, see View and share chains.

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The following enhancements are available to administrators.

Enhancement Description
Personal access tokens (PATs)

As an administrator, you can revoke personal access tokens of other users.

For details, see Revoke personal access tokens.

UI banners and messages

Customize your PulseUno instance by adding text banners and messages relevant to your organization. You can add a message on the login page, set the text banner above the user interface area, or modify the sidebar banner.

To add custom messages, set the corresponding system properties.

For details, see Set system properties.

Global history

You can explore the history of your PulseUno instance. Global history keeps track of changes to space and product settings as well as plugins, chains, and system properties.

For details, see View global history.

Multiple agents restart

You can now restart multiple agents at the same time.

For details, see Restart agents.

Download agent install

If you need to update your agents manually, you can download the latest agent files directly from the user interface.

For details, see Upgrade agents.

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Micro Focus integrations

You can now run chains with the following Micro Focus plugins.

Micro Focus Fortify SSC

Uploads Fortify SCA scan results to Micro Focus Fortify Software Security Center.

For details, see Fortify SSC.

Micro Focus LoadRunner Cloud

Runs LoadRunner Cloud performance tests and delivers the test report to PulseUno.

For details, see LoadRunner Cloud.

Micro Focus UFT Developer Reports

Picks up the UFT Developer HTML test reports and attaches them to a chain as a zip file.

For details, see UFT Developer Reports.

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