The Copy Trustee operation is now correctly identified as CopyTrustee, not COPYTRUSTEES.
Action Object processing can be enabled or disabled by using the NSMAdmin administration interface.
By default, Action Object processing is disabled for both upgrades and new installations.
At least one Action Object container must be specified by using the NSMAdmin administration interface before Action Object processing works. This is in addition to enabling Action Object processing.
Action Objects can now be flagged for system cleanup. After an Action Object has been triggered and processed, its cleanup attribute is evaluated to see whether the system should perform the deletion of the Action Object from eDirectory™.
Action Objects are now triggered via a new attribute: cccFSFactoryActionTrigger. Because of this, Action Objects are no longer limited to one-time usage.
Action Object linking is now enabled. Multiple Action Objects can be created, with a sequence between the objects defined by the link attribute. As an action is successfully completed, the Engine and Event Monitor process the next Action Object referenced by the link attribute of the current Action Object.
All tag names for any embedded XML in Action Object properties have changed to initial caps, instead of all uppercase.
All Success result messages are set to “Success” with initial caps, instead of “SUCCESS” with all uppercase.
Action Objects can now be set for processing at a specified date. The cccFSFactoryActionExecuteTime attribute can be filled in with a time_t integer value based on UNIX time, which specifies the number of seconds since midnight January 1, 1970.
The cccFSFactoryActionStatus attribute is now updated at the start of each Action Object state processing level. This attribute is managed by the Engine, and should be treated as read-only.
The CopyDir, DeleteDir, CreateDir operations only work against folders (directories), and not against individual files. File-based versions of these operations will be available in a future release.