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Published:Dec 11, 2018

Config Tool & API Reference Updates & More in 4.19

In our latest release, the system now allows users to omit integration into the DevOps’ work item dialog in the Configuration Tool. This lets users skip any modifications made by 7pace Timetracker into the work item template during the installation process (on-premise only).

Our built-in API reference documentation was updated to the actual state (3.0 documentation now includes visible notification that “For stable API reference, use 2.1 documentation”, with v2.1 selected by default).

We fixed a bug in the CRUD API /api/rest/workLogs/{id} so that the “Team” and “None” roles cannot access other users’ worklogs, but all other roles (“Product”, “Budget” and “Administrator”) are able to access the worklogs of other users.

Fixes were also made to our API Reference documentation. API functions from version 2.1 that are not supported in 3.0 were still being shown in the 3.0 documentation. This has been fixed so that 3.0 documentation contains only API functions that are implemented in 3.0.

For the full list of improvements, fixes, and details in Timetracker 4.19 and all other releases, please check out our release articles here: https://support.7pace.com/hc/en-us/sections/115000080746-Release-History

You can download the latest release of 7pace Timetracker for TFS here: https://www.7pace.com/download

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