Episerver Release Notes - June 2020

Episerver's June 2020 release notes highlight API updates to the Content Delivery Network and Microsoft's translation features along with new additions to the Commerce CSR Order Management tool.
by 
David Korff, David Fewless

Episerver’s continuous release cycle provides new features and bug fixes on a bi-weekly cadence. Each month, C2 will aggregate and highlight some of the bigger updates to Epi software. To learn more, or if you have specific questions, you can contact The C2 Group, an Episerver Gold Partner, here.

Output cache updates to content delivery network

Fixed in: EPiServer.ContentDeliveryApi 2.11.0 [ID: HAPI-596]

Epi DXP customers will now have more control over the output cache for the content delivery network (CDN). In this update, ETag and the Cache-Control headed have been added to the response of each endpoint. This means that you can configure the output cache expiration time as well as other cache controls. For more information about Episerver’s CDN, visit world.episerver.com.

Episerver language manager gets an update to support the new Microsoft Text Translator API

Fixed in: EPiServer.Labs.LanguageManager 4.0.0 [ID: LM-338]

The Language Manager add-on now supports Microsoft’s New Text Translation API, meaning more support and an increase in accuracy of the auto translation features. If you are interested in learning more about the Language Manager add-on, contact your C2 RSA or project manager.

CSR UI: Add new address for an order

Fixed in: EPiServer.Commerce 13.20.0 [ID: COM-10732]

If you take advantage of Epi’s Order Management (Beta) feature, customer service representatives can now add a new shipping address to a customer’s order in the event a customer makes a mistake during checkout. CSRs can add an address without editing an existing address or adding a new address to the customer’s profile. Epi has also built in safeguards to prevent abuse of this new feature. For more details on the exciting features within Order Management visit Episerver’s Commerce User Guide.

Adding a new shipping address to an order (Source: Episerver).

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