Cloud CMS Release 3.2.16

The following are the new features, enhancements and fixed issues for Cloud CMS 3.2.16 release.

Upgrade from 3.1.x

For Docker on-premise customers and for customers who've built custom modules, we recommend reviewing the Cloud CMS 3.2 Migration Documentation.


  • Added support for Amazon Comprehend - natural language processing (NLP) service that uses machine learning to find insights and relationships in text. Included are two new content features (f:aws-sentiment and f:aws-dominant-language) that support automatic detection of content sentiment and language/locale.
  • Added support for Amazon Transcribe - an automatic speech recognition (ASR) service that adds speech-to-text capabilities to your content. Included is a new feature (f:aws-transcribe) that supports automatic speech-to-text for audio attachments.
  • Enhancements to distributed job queue to support externally executing processes with both polling and queue-based callback for signaling of job completion. Job queue now utilizes more multi-phase jobs to allow for better concurrency and await state management.
  • Added support for multiple MongoDB environments and support for no downtime migration of MongoDB database from one environment to another while serving live read/write requests. Includes oplog (operations log), request tracking, replay of oplog onto new environment and activation. Multiple MongoDB environments provides an elegant way to migrate DBs from older versions of MongoDB to newer versions without incurring any downtime. It also provides a way to offer a high performance DB for some databases or applications if desired.
  • Added command line tool support to script MongoDB database migration.
  • Audit records are now written to Log4j-based logging service and stored on disk. This reduces the size requirements on the DB and makes it easier for customers to integrate to third-party BI tools. Customers can also control the log format, rollover scheduling and replication of log files to S3 (among many other things).
  • Improved GraphQL to support deeply nested objects and nested arrays for non-relator properties
  • The max number of concurrent jobs per tenant platform has been increased to match the max per installation by default. Customers who use platform multi-tenancy may calibrate this setting as they desire.
  • When performing a touch document action against a node, relator properties that point to non-existent nodes are now cleaned up
  • Archives are now automatically cleaned up by default when deployment packages complete execution of all of their handlers
  • Fixed a user creation bug whereby failed password validation didn't always clean up the user properly
  • Upgraded versions of some third-party dependencies including iText to make PDF and other textual document extraction a bit better and more reliable
  • Improvements to error handling and logging throughout the product, including jobs and job log entry capture

Cloud CMS User Interface Server

  • Improvements to drag-and-drop support within the Content Model Builder such that you can now drag fields out of an object and into container entities on multiple levels. Support for dragging fields from the template panel into objects within the builder.
  • Forms now support drag-and-drop for arrays, making it easier to adjust the order of entries in a long list. Works for scalar values as well as complex sub-types (nested objects, sub-properties).
  • Updated helper text and messages in several places. Password policy is now displayed for the user when creating a new account.
  • Fixed a bug to make the UI compatible with some legacy data (which doesn't have edited_on or edited_by properties stored on the Node's system data).

Cloud CMS Developer SDK

  • Added a sample ReactJS web application using the Cloud CMS app server and the Cloud CMS GraphQL API
  • Added a sample Angular web application using the Cloud CMS app server as an API gateway and Cloud CMS as a backend
  • Added a new Java sample to demonstrate node operations on all project content repository branches

Cloud CMS Command Line Client

  • Added command to support automatic MongoDB database migration

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