A new maintenance release of the E2E Bridge has been released. With this edition of our E2E Developer Newsletter we inform you about the latest features and bug fixes of the E2E Bridge software components. As usual, you find all details in our release notes that are provided in our Online Documentation.
With this release we present the new Bridge API.
Some Bridge resources now can be accessed via a RESTful E2E Bridge API and you can view the API documentation online via the Bridge’s user interface, for example you can get statuses of all services, and update service preferences and settings. In upcoming releases we will increase the number of resources that are accessible via the Bridge API.
Please note that concerning the new Bridge API this is a preview release, which means that we do not yet guarantee backwards compatibility from this version on, as the Bridge API may be still subject of change.
The Bridge API Documentation provides an OpenAPI 2.0 Specification for documentation and testing purposes.
On this page, you can inspect the Bridge API interface and make HTTP calls to the resources.
For more details, refer to our online documentation at E2E Bridge API.
|E2E Bridge||E2E Builder||E2E Analyzer||E2E Runtime|
|Please note that on all operating systems, E2E Builder and E2E Bridge of version 6.0 are distributed in 64bit only.|
Important note: Whether or not you are required to upgrade one or more of your E2E Bridge platform components may depend on a variety of factors. Please check the relevant release notes for details. Please pay special attention to the Builder Release Notes and Analyzer Release Notes, which list all dependencies between Builder / Analyzer and xUML Runtime.
The release provides new features and improvements in different areas, as well as bug fixes. These are the highlights:
npm installfor Node.js service deployment (see Deployment of Node.js Services)
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