Blue Cedar Integration Platform enables you to integrate services into iOS and Android apps. These services are available in the form of integration accelerators—modules that you can integrate with your apps without having to write any code.
The Platform is currently available for Beta users, with either of these integration accelerators.
- Blue Cedar Enforce Integration Accelerator: Use the Blue Cedar Platform to integrate apps with Blue Cedar security policies.
- Blue Cedar Integration Accelerator for BlackBerry: Use the Blue Cedar Platform to integrate apps with the BlackBerry Dynamics SDK.
Anything with a is new with Platform 4.5.x / Client 4.0.2
What's new in the Integration Platform
The platform interface now has a help button to link to documentation.
Forgot password workflow
Users can now reset their password by clicking on the "Forgot Password" link on the Login screen.
The platform version is now visible on the lower left in the UI.
The platform now allows you to rename signing profiles.
What's new in the Integration Accelerator for BlackBerry
Blue Cedar Platform 4.4+ allows you to enable these BlackBerry Dynamics policies for your integration:
- Secure storage
Resolved in 4.5.1
|BCP-1759, BCP-1787||Platform||Miscellaneous policy (Blue Cedar Enforce) appears in platform configuration when disabled by administrator||Miscellaneous policy is now only available when Enforce integration accelerator is enabled.|
|BCP-1754||Platform||Apps should be sorted by Created Date||Apps are now sorted by Created Date instead of Modified Date.|
Resolved in 4.5.0
|BCP-1386, BCP-1652||Platform||Access error on login||Permissions are now synced with Roles|
|BCP-1520||Platform||Conditional polling of tasks and apps||API requests and lag are significantly improved.|
|BCP-1590||Platform||Creating new user account workflow does not tell me my username||The Welcome email now includes the email and the username associated with the created account.|
|BCP-1635, BCP-1667, BCP-1668||Platform||Company admins should be able to see only their own organization.||Fixed organization issues so that company admins now have access only to their own organization but not other organizations.|
|BCP-1639||Platform||Remove Blue Cedar Admin role option for non master admins||Non-Blue Cedar Admins will not be able to give any user Blue Cedar admin permissions.|
|BCP-1640||Platform||Channel partner admins can't create new organizations||Channel partner can now create new organizations.|
|BCP-1651||BlackBerry||Require GD App ID in BlackBerry policy configuration before saving||GD App ID is now required in BlackBerry configuration.|
|BCP-1653, BCP-1666||Platform||Remove Add New Company if permission does not exist||Fixed issues with users without appropriate permissions being able to see an "Add New Company" button.|
|BCP-693||BlackBerry/iOS||Apps using SQLite should use BlackBerry Dynamics SQLite APIs||SQLite interception is now functional on iOS.|
|BCP-1471||BlackBerry/Android||Dynamics SDK APIs for secure clipboard management||Integrating an app with BlackBerry Dynamics now supports secure copy-paste on Android as well as iOS. BlackBerry Dynamics SDK: Securing cut-copy-paste on devices (Data Leakage Prevention, or DLP)|
|BCP-1523||iOS||BlackBerry secured app not displaying BlackBerry prompts on iOS ARM v7 devices||BlackBerry Dynamics does not integrate into apps on ARM v7 Apple devices (32-bit CPUs) such as iPhone 5 or 5c|
|BCP-1638||Android||Dynamics SDK ClipboardManager: drag and drop||The ClipboardManager Dynamics API is not integrated into apps since there is no 1:1 mapping to Android's ClipboardManager. Apps usually do not call the ClipboardManager directly to perform drag and drop operations.|
|BCP-1270||iOS||Mattermost integrated with BlackBerry fails to connect on subsequent launch|
Subsequent launches of the Mattermost app do not work properly when integrated with BlackBerry.
Workaround: Log out of the app and log back in after relaunch to resolve the issue.
|BCP-704||Disable BlackBerry interception for network/storage based on policy||Turning on/off Secure Network/Transport from the platform does not affect the client.|
|BCP-1224||Disable BBIO interception when becoming unauthorized|
If BlackBerry times out, a (re)authorization/authentication must take place. Apps can crash instead of recognizing the timeout.
Workaround: Set the BlackBerry idle timeout to 0 (disabling it).
|BCP-1623||Android||Android Java SQLite interception||SQLite interception is not functional yet on Android. Apps using SQLite do not write/read encrypted data.|
Documentation and technical support
This release includes online documentation. To access this documentation, see the Tech Acceptance documentation at https://apollo.bluecedar.com/platform-doc-ta.