Patch release notes for Workarea 3.0.48.
Remove Unused Class from Inline Form Style Guide
.value__error CSS class from the
inline-form component in
the storefront style guide, as this class is not applied to the
element depicted in the style guide in the real world.
Force Dragonfly Attachments to Be Private In S3
When uploading Dragonfly attachments to Amazon S3, ensure the raw file
blobs are not accessible in the public domain by setting the HTTP header
X-Amz-Acl: private when making storage requests to the S3 API. This
header ensures that any files, from this point forward, will not be
accessible by any entity. Workarea now ensures that only the
application, with the proper access keys, can read the raw attachments
uploaded by Dragonfly, providing proper application-level access control
This test causes intermittent issues on CI builds and thus blocks deployment for implementation teams. Remove the test, since it doesn't help anyone to have something that is almost never customized fail for indeterminate reasons.
Order Regions By Name In Addresses Form
<select> tag defining all possible region options for the
currently selected country, Workarea previously ordered the
tags by their value. They are now being sorted by the display name of
the region to prevent issues where they appear out-of-order to the end
Disable Change Admin Password Form in Ajax Requests
GET request is made via Ajax, Workarea previously rendered the
"Change Password" form for admins who have expired passwords. This
caused visual problems when requesting things like product details or
navigation menus until the password was changed. If requested via XHR,
Workarea now returns a
401 Unauthorized response (instead of displaying
the requested content) with no content if the current user's password needs
to be reset.
Search Products By Filter Values In Admin
In previous versions of Workarea, filter values (e.g., for the filter "Color", values would be "Red" and "Blue") could be entered into the admin search and the product(s) that match those hues would be returned. This changed at some point when v3 was released and the search system was refactored.
BulkIndexProducts for Large Amounts of Featured Products
By default, Workarea reindexes all products featured in a category in a
single request using the
BulkIndexProducts worker. However, if this
set of featured products grows too large, this worker must store a large
amount of data in memory, thus causing issues in production where the
job is terminated for over-consumption of memory. To prevent this,
Workarea will now enqueue
BulkIndexProducts in batches of (by default) 100 if the
amount of featured products in a category is over 100. This value is