7.2 Release Notes
ThoughtSpot version 7.2.1.CU1 is now available.
For a complete list of issues that we fixed in the 7.2.1.CU1 release, see Fixed issues.
These release notes include information about new and enhanced features.
To see our feature deprecation plans, please see Deprecation announcements.
- OAuth for Microsoft Azure Synapse
Synapse connections now support OAuth. See Configure OAuth for an Azure Synapse connection.
- Oracle connections support Exadata and ADW
In this release, the Oracle ADW connection is renamed to Oracle. Existing ADW connections continue to work. There are now two options: Cloud for ADW connections, and On Premise for Exadata or on-prem database connections. For details, see Oracle.
- Support for Python versions 3.6, 3.7, and 3.9
ThoughtSpot supports use of the following versions of Python 3 for deployment:
Python 3.6: ThoughtSpot-managed CentOS for AWS, GCP, VMware, Azure, SMC, and Dell; customer-managed RedHat Enterprise Linux (RHEL); customer-managed Oracle Enterprise Linux (OEL); customer-managed Amazon Linux 2
Python 3.7: customer-managed Amazon Linux 2
- Improved import workflow for Scriptability
The new import workflow for Scriptability identifies errors, suggests solutions, and allows you to resolve these errors as part of the import workflow. It also has a cleaner, more intuitive UI, with separate sections for different object types.
- UI improvement for user profile
This release improves the UI and user experience of the user profile.
- Geo map support
- New Zealand
We added support for regional councils, cities and districts, and postcodes, for New Zealand.
We added support for regions, municipalities, and postal codes, for Denmark.
See Geo Map Reference.
- Azure AD OAuth for Snowflake connections
Snowflake connections now support Azure AD OAuth. For configuration details, see Configure Azure AD OAuth for Snowflake.
- OAuth for Redshift connections
Redshift connections now support OAuth. For configuration details, see Configure OAuth for Redshift.
- RHEL 8 support
ThoughtSpot now supports installation on RHEL 8.1, 8.2, 8.3, 8.4, and 8.5. Refer to the RHEL deployment guide.
- SAML assertion validity
ThoughtSpot now supports 2 methods to increase the duration of validity for your SAML assertion: the
SessionNotOnOrAfterattribute and the
maxAuthenticationAgeparameter. You can ask ThoughtSpot to disable either one of these checks. If you use both, and either check fails, ThoughtSpot does not authenticate the user. Some IDPs do not support use of
SessionNotOnOrAfter. If your IDP does not support use of
SessionNotOnOrAfter, remove that attribute from your IDP assertion and ask ThoughtSpot Support to enable
Customers embedding ThoughtSpot in software releases should continue embedding ThoughtSpot using legacy embedding tools, which remain supported in 7.x software releases. Upgrading an environment with an existing embedded solution leveraging the legacy embedded technology to SW v.7.x is supported and seamless from an embedding standpoint.
If you are running one of the following versions, you can upgrade to the 7.2.1.x release directly:
7.0.x to 7.2.1.x
7.1.x to 7.2.1.x
This includes any hotfixes or customer patches on these branches.
If you are running a different version, you must do a multiple pass upgrade.
First, upgrade to version 7.0.x or 7.1.x, and then to the 7.2.1.x release.
|To successfully upgrade your ThoughtSpot cluster, all user profiles must include a valid email address. Without valid email addresses, the upgrade is blocked.|