Release Notes > Release Notes for ThingWorx Platform 9.0 > Fixed Issues in ThingWorx Platform 9.0.8
Fixed Issues in ThingWorx Platform 9.0.8
The following fixed issues are part of ThingWorx Platform 9.0.8.
Due to a bug in Java 1.8 build 292, ThingWorx will not start if you use this Java build.
Bug Fixes
Fixed potential security issues, including items proactively identified by vulnerability scanning software or PTC Quality Assurance testing. Upgrade as soon as possible to take advantage of these important improvements.
PTC has recently implemented a new support policy with respect to Identity and Access Management (IAM) solutions. See the appropriate eSupport center section for more information.
See this technical support article for important recommendations regarding the use and update of third-party software for ThingWorx.
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Fixed an issue with the Support subsystem that was causing it to start multiple Diagnostic Watchdog threads that were concurrently writing to the stacktrace file.
Fixed an issue that was preventing the AddDataTableEntries service in the Mashup Builder from returning the Data Shape fields.
Fixed an issue that was preventing session parameters from being set in an async service.
Fixed an issue that was preventing property values from being set correctly when using a script.
Mashup Builder
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Fixed an issue with the Grid Advanced widget that was preventing dynamic Style Themes from being applied.
Fixed an issue with the Line Chart that was preventing the legend color from matching the rendered data line on a data condition.
Fixed an issue that was preventing parameter fields from displaying inside the Data Properties tab.
Known Issues and Limitations
The following items are known issues and are scheduled to be fixed in a future release.
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An import fails if there are cyclic dependency conditions between projects and their entities.
If you are running a large number of concurrent services that add or update data tables, the platform may become non-responsive.
An Active Directory user is not created in ThingWorx HA Cluster if the user entity is deleted after logging the user out.
If the Enable Watchdog checkbox is selected on the Support Subsystem, a heap dump is generated on server restart. This is not desirable because it interferes with JVM and is memory intensive.
Mashup Builder
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A button's focus border style clips through mashups.
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Upgrading a ThingWorx instance using the ThingWorx Foundation Installer to a version below 9.0.8 will fail when the following are true:
The server is running Linux operating system
Flow is installed on same server
Workaround: Delete the following files from the /etc/yum.repos.d directory:
Using the 9.0.8 ThingWorx Foundation Installer will avoid this issue. See the following support articles for more information: CS344663 andCS344677.
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