What's New in Cloud Storage Integrator 2016
Cloud Storage Integrator 2016 brings some new features and changes. See below for the details, and be sure to check out the newly updated Getting Started With Cloud Storage Integrator article as well.
Google Drive Updates
Cloud Storage Integrator 2016 has been updated to use the Google Drive V3 API, and as such our API has undergone a few changes as well. The documentation has also been updated to reflect these changes as well, and should be consulted for details and examples. The table shows the various renames, removals, and additions to the API.
|Cloud Storage Integrator V1
|Cloud Storage Integrator 2016
|"Commenter" enum added to PermissionRole property
|Split into the PermissionEmail and PermissionDomain properties
|(Use the DownloadFile method)
The following changes have also been made:
- The ResourceViewed property is now read-only
- The DownloadFile method now takes a MIME Type string as its only parameter.
- The UploadFile method now takes a MIME Type string in addition to a file name string as its parameters.
- The ListChanges method's functionality has changed significantly in order to match changes made to the Google API
- The parameters returned by the PermissionList, ChildList, ParentList, and ResourceList events have changed to match the changes to the rest of the API.
It is recommended to review the documentation for these changes.
Azure Blob Support Added
Cloud Storage Integrator 2016 has added support for the Microsoft Azure Blob Service with the new AzureBlob component. In addition, Azure Blob is now one of the supported service providers for the CloudStorage component. Be sure to check out the Getting Started article for more information.
Wasabi Support Added
Cloud Storage Integrator 2016 has added support for the Wasabi Service with the new Wasabi component. In addition, Wasabi is now one of the supported service providers for the CloudStorage component. Be sure to check out the Getting Started article for more information.
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