From a feature point of view, we included a series of new features and bug fixes, including:
- Added support for models including collections at Data Index service
- Support to access HTTP headers in Serverless Workflows started using REST.
- Debug logger for processes in quarkus dev mode
- Codegen maven step should be disable or there is a likely chance openapi in Serverless Workflow will stop working (Quarkiverse integration is enabled with codegen maven step and is still in experimental phase, some specs are working, but others not)
- To disable this experimental change, please remove the maven goals “generate-code” and “generate-code-tests” from the Quarkus Maven Plugin in your pom.xml file. This will keep the old OpenAPI integration feature in place.
If you want to use the experimental feature, please add the goals mentioned above to your pom.xml file. The properties now must be changed to "quarkus.rest-client.<class fqdn>.url". The class FQDN can be found in "target/generated-code/open-api-stream". In the package "api" you will find the generated REST stubs that you need to use to properly configure the extension. Please follow this JIRA for more information and the documentation of the OpenAPI extension.
In the next version we will support version 0.6.1 of the OpenAPI extension (also see the 0.6.0 release notes), which will favor the Quarkus REST Client integration and will make it easy to properly configure this integration.
For more details head to the complete release notes.
All artifacts are available now:
- Kogito runtime artifacts are available on Maven Central.
- Kogito examples can be found here.
- Kogito images are available on Quay.io.
- Kogito operator is available in the OperatorHub in OpenShift and Kubernetes.
- Kogito tooling 0.19.0 artifacts are available at the Visual Studio Marketplace.
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