A Connection Error Dialog informs Vault users about erroneous web requests, responses and their exact cause
powerEvents Restriction events are automatically restricted when ERP connection problems occur
WebRequestException Class provides following properties:
Sourceinforms about where the issue occurred. This can be either the local computer, powerGateServer or the ERP system
StackTraceprovides details about the actual error occured in powerGateServer Plugins or on the web server of the ERP system
Connection problems are displayed more clearly on all workstations when beeing caused by:
the local computer if no request can be send to the server (e.g. no internet connection available, proxy blocks access…) or if the license has expired
the powerGateServer or the ERP system when no response is returned (e.g. server not responding in time, powerGateServer service not running…)
incorrect data input by the Vault user or the ERP integration (e.g. invalid credentials, execution of operations for non-existing entities, bad syntax in requests…) causing the server to respond with 4xx client errors
the powerGateServer or the ERP system while processing
All Cmdlets now respond to non-terminating errors by additionally displaying the error messages in PowerShell consoles before the execution continues (common parameter -ErrorAction:Continue)
Improved performance of ERP Entity- and Media cmdlets by reducing unnecessary
$metadatarequests to unavailable Catalog Service-services (powerGateServer and SAP systems).
An attempt to first find the passed -EntitySet or -EntityType only within previously available services is performed.
Typo in the error message of New-ERPObject when multiple entity types match the passed -EntityType parameter