- Bug (#3839): Fixed a regression issue (introduced in version 8) where an exception error was raised when starting a legacy ASP.NET XML Web Service workflow application without
WSDL as a
SOAP Web Service application type.
Auth v3.0.12 (Node.js app)
- Security (#3850): OIDC authentication: Added the
SameSite flag with the
Lax value to some WorkflowGen session cookies.
Webhooks v6.1.5 (Node.js app)
- Updated Node.js vulnerable dependencies.
All of the Node.js modules (
Auth v3.0.12, and
SCIM v3.0.11) now require Node.js version
Please refer to all the WorkflowGen release notes (8.0.0, 8.0.1, 8.0.2, 8.0.3, 8.1.2, 8.1.3, 8.2.0, 8.2.1) for all the new features and changes in the new version 8.2.2
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GraphQL does not work when I upgrade node to 18.18.2.
It works if I revert back to 14.21.2 even with WorkflowGen v8.2.2.
Any GraphQL error messages after the upgrade?
Have you attempted to restart your server?
Ensure that you overwrite the entire “/wfgen/graphql” folder.
No error. The request return code 500.
I restarted the server and overwrote the entire folder and it still does not work.
It works if I change the version of node to 14.21.2.
Is it working for you?
iisnode encountered an error when processing the request.
HTTP status: 500
HTTP subStatus: 1002
HTTP reason: Internal Server Error
You are receiving this HTTP 200 response because system.webServer/iisnode/@devErrorsEnabled configuration setting is ‘true’.
Thanks, I’ll look into upgrading an existing WorkflowGen tomorrow.
We just made a test upgrade from version 8.0.8 using node.js version
14.16.1 LTS to version 8.2.2 using the node.js version
18.18.2 LTS with no issue while using GraphQL.
Kindly open a ticket in our Helpdesk system and we’ll investigate possible solutions.
There must have been an issue with nvm. I use nvm to handle multiple versions of nodejs.
After reinstalling NVM, it worked.
Thanks for your help