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Known Issues in ThingWorx Platform 9.2.10
The following items are known issues and are scheduled to be fixed in a future release.
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Due to a change in Java 11.0.17, customers could have problems using signed extensions that were signed using Java 8. ThingWorx Extensions impacted include:
ThingWorx Manufacturing Applications
ThingWorx Navigate
Digital Performance Management
ThingWorx Applications (FSU Applications)
ThingWorx Software Content Management extensions
This issue impacts all Java 11.0.17 versions, including OpenJDK and Corretto.
Corretto and Oracle JDK versions 11.0.17 and above are not supported if installing ThingWorx Manufacturing Applications, Navigate, DPM Amu, CWC, and RTPPM.
Any customer signing their own extension will need to re-sign using Java 11.
Check the Release Advisor for updates on latest ThingWorx Extensions versions, Java support, and other support information.
The Performance Metrics Enabled check box within the Platform Subsystem is incorrectly displayed as non-selected when deploying ThingWorx manually with an opt-in license for data collection. To workaround this issue when disabling performance metrics reporting, perform the following steps:
1. On the Metrics Reporting tab of the Platform Subsystem, select the Performance Metrics Enabled check box, then click Save.
2. Clear the Performance Metrics Enabled check box, then click Save.
For more information, see Data Collection in ThingWorx.
When using the ReadFromEdge setting for a property defined on a remote thing and connected through Kepware, if the connection to an edge device is broken a race condition can exist between ThingWorx and Kepware which blocks updating the property value in ThingWorx.
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