June 15, 2023

pSeven Enterprise v2023.06 Release

pSeven development team announces the release of pSeven Enterprise v2023.06, a new version of our low code cloud-native collaborative platform for building, deploying and operating different models and processes at scale. It brings some improvements and updates. Take a look what's new below.


  • Added a shortcut to preview a workflow app UI - click Open app UI in the workflow edit toolbar or select the Open app UI command from the toolbar menu. As before, you can also preview the app UI by opening the index.html file from the workflow UI folder in Explorer.
Open App UI Command


  • You can edit multiple workflow references at once: select the reference blocks you want to edit and use the Reference another workflow... command from the menu in the workflow edit toolbar. After you confirm the new workflow choice in the workflow reference dialog, all blocks you had selected will reference that new workflow. This might be useful, for example, when you need to switch to an updated version of a child workflow, which is referenced by several blocks in the main workflow.
Multiple workflow references edition

Deployment and administration

  • Added initial WebDAV support: users can mount their pSeven Enterprise home folders as WebDAV shares, provided that they have WebDAV access enabled.
  • Fixed a number of issues with the Run log pane where the log did not load properly, the "loaFixed a vulnerability issue where a disabled user account could gain API access to pSeven Enterprise.
  • Fixed a number of CVE vulnerabilities in the pSeven Enterprise images.
  • Fixed an issue with Windows extension nodes where a node could not establish connection with pSeven Enterprise and hence was not displayed to users in pSeven Enterprise Studio, if that node was allocated to the same subnet as the Kubernetes cluster nodes.
  • Fixed an issue where the pSeven Enterprise images contained test files used in vulnerability and stability testing routines, which were recognized as security threats by protection utilities.
  • Cleaned up the administrative interface, removing various unused and disabled buttons and commands.

User block development

  • Fixed an issue with the example block implementation (Example user block.p7protoblock) which potentially caused instability when running workflows that include blocks based on that example: there was no timeout and no retries after sending a request from the block to pSeven Enterprise, so if the block did not receive a response (for example, due to network connectivity issues), it could wait indefinitely or raise an error, thus disrupting the workflow run.
  • Fixed an issue where the HOME variable in the block environment was unset, which caused an error if the block had to access the directory pointed by HOME.
  • Added initial WebDAV support: users can mount their pSeven Enterprise home folders as WebDAV shares, provided that they have WebDAV access enabled.

pSeven Enterprise v2023.06 also includes other changes and bugfixes — please check the release changelog for a full list. You can also contact us to get more information and pSeven Enterprise updates.

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