Cloud CMS Release 3.2.20

The following are the new features, enhancements and fixed issues for Cloud CMS 3.2.20 release.

Happy New Year! We present you with the 3.2.20 release just in time to close out the old year and bring in the new. Stay tuned for many more exciting features in 2019! We wish you and your loved ones a safe and happy holiday.

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.


  • Improvements to OAuth 2.0 Authorization Code flow - now supports custom login URL and customizable Authorize and Access Confirmation pages, improvements to token management
  • Removed legacy support for OAuth 2.0 Implicit and Credentials Grant Types due to evolving OAuth 2.0 specification and security analysis. Going forward, the focus will be on Resource Password and Authorization Code flows with an emphasis on the strong security concepts they promote.
  • Fix to ensure that the optional Refresh Token can optionally be included in JWT payload
  • Fix to support locale strings that have a dash separator ("-") in them and the dash follows lower case characters. These can now be added as a translation.

Cloud CMS User Interface Server

  • Optimized the build process to produce smaller minified files and a faster user interface
  • Updated the Administration Console pages for Clients and Authentication Grants to emphasize the Authorization Code and Resource Password Grant Types for OAuth 2.0
  • Added support to Service Descriptor wizard for AWS Elastic Transcoder, AWS Polly, AWS Transcribe and AWS Comprehend
  • The "Cloud CMS Link" plugin for CKEditor now allows for selection of text from underlying DOM that is malformed or otherwise unparseable
  • Improved error message handling so that it relays Job log entries back to the user on the modal popup
  • Uploading a document through the UI now allows you to optionally delete an existing file if one is found
  • Improvements to Create Content wizard for cases where there is only one registered form so that the wizard flow is simplified and easier to use
  • Documents now retain form information allowing for the same form to be selected and re-used on subsequent edits
  • Enhanced the error messages displayed when sign on attempts fail with the wrong username or password
  • Updates to third party libraries

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