The latest release notes that describe the latest features, enhancements, and fixes for Adobe Scene7 Publishing System 6.8–part of the Adobe Experience Manager solution in the Adobe Marketing Cloud.
The latest release notes that describe the latest features, enhancements, and fixes for Adobe Scene7 Publishing System 6.8-part of the Adobe Experience Manager solution in the Adobe Marketing Cloud.
The following were updated:
The following were refactored:
The following is now supported:
SetIndicatorto HTML5 Zoom Viewer and HTML5 Mixed Media Viewer to visually represent swatches on mobile devices.
getComponentAPI to allow external access to HTML5 viewer components.
stagesizeto HTML5 Flyout Viewer.
initCompletehandler to HTML5 viewers for triggering functions after viewers.
unload()API to SpinView and ZoomView to allow disposing of the component at runtime.
IconEffectcomponent when zoom is not possible
See also Scene7 Viewers Reference Guide.
HTML5 Viewers SDK
The Adobe Scene7 HTML5 Viewers SDK is available as part of the SDK download from Adobe Developer Connection.
contenturlis from Publish server HTML5 Viewer preview URL.
Added alert message when you edit the Adobe Analytics configuration and then attempt to escape from the setup without saving.
Project options reference is reset to None when editing a scheduled upload job.
The File-Move folder should not be shown for User role.
Could not see some of the tabs in Details view.
Web-to-print editing error when the Flashplayer debug version is installed.
“Space After” does not work; it should use ‘sa’, currently it’s ‘margb’.
When initializing the company settings, Scene7 Publishing System sends duplicate option
<defaultValue> in API
Flash plug-in and Scene7 Publishing System crashed due to a large number of folders not having enough Flash memory.
When removing the value for Date/Time user-defined field, Scene7 Publishing System does not send a request to IPS (Image Publishing System).
If Evideo encoding options are enabled, reprocessing a PDF or PSD file encountered the Adaptive Video Encoding warning message.
Fail to export asset when SSL is enabled.
Incorrect password was being shown in the Forgot Password email.
Any Scene7 Publishing System Web Admin requests are redirected to HTTP.
All batchset presets were being applied during upload if no presets were selected.
Scene7 Publishing System request s7info by way of HTTP when uploading s7info content.
The URL in the Forgot Password email is HTTP, even if it came from SSL Scene7 Publishing System.
Special characters were getting encoded in an HTML formatted “Forget Password” email, causing the password to not display correctly.
Scene7 FTP account information is missing in the Welcome email for a Trial account
Reprocess job failed when both project option and crop option are selected.
Upload file not working when job options are reset to company defaults.
The label Company does not display completely in Adobe Analytics Setup page.
Unable to import metadata.
Text hyphenation will be de-supported in the Scene7 6.9 Fall release. The hyphenation dictionaries define how words can be split and hyphenated to support optimal text flow.
Effective January 31, 2014, Scene7 officially ended support for the DHTML viewer platform.
For more information about this change, see the following FAQ website:
Dynamic (Flash) Banners are being deprecated in this release. Adoption of this feature has been low as other technologies have emerged for creating, managing, and delivering personalized website banners. Scene7 Dynamic (Flash) Banner functionality will continue working on the server-side but it will no longer be supported.
Reminder: Metadata Server and the use of associated APIs has been officially de-supported as of the previous Scene7 release.
Scene7 Creative Suite Extensions (Flash Panels) will be deprecated at the end of 2014. Further development of content ingestion workflows are focusing on Adobe Experience Manager Dynamic Media and Creative Cloud. For Scene7, upload and export capabilities in the Scene7 Publishing System will remain and can be used instead.
As of May 2014, Akamai no longer supports email notification when Cache Invalidation in Scene7 is complete. Typical processing time for CDN invalidation is approximately eight minutes. If there is a large queue of requests, or a large number of URLs, processing time can take slightly longer.
Category “Universal Presets” in the URL and Embed code tab in Detail view.
RTMP streaming for video detail view.
“Email Communications” and SendMailSimple.jsp servlet from Scene7 Publishing System.
Scene7 FTP account section in Welcome email template for Media Portal User.
dc.title from filter panel as it caused the IPS (Image Publishing System) instance to go down.
Social features displaying in full screen mode on HTML5 viewers.
Close button displaying in full screen mode on HTML5 viewers.
selectSwatchmethod not triggering when embedded in the
initialBitRatemodifier to select bit rate used for initial playback on desktop.